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Collections : Bulletin d’histoire et d’épistémologie des sciences de la vie, Revues
ISBN : 978-2-84174-605-7
Année : 2012
Nombre de pages : 128
Prix : 16 €

– From the plastic nature to the plastic natures: consideration
on the uses of the concept in philosophy of nature during
the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Antonine Nicoglou
– L’abbé Jacques-François Dicquemare (1733-1789), a French
zoologist from Le Havre and his discoveries on sea anemones
Olivier Perru
– The impact of the works of Pierre-Joseph Van Beneden
(1809-1894) on commensalism : issues and outlooks
Brice Poreau
– Collective work and scientific validation : the French botanical
exchange societies
Christian Bange
– Botany and Horticulture in the International Congresses
(1864-1868)
Christina Oghina-Pavie
– From microbe to gene, a new reading of the history
of French genetics
Laurent Loison
– Epistemological rupture and « the Knowing of Life »: is there any
historical progress specific to the life sciences ?
Barthélemy Durrive
– The Gaia Hypothesis: why should one care about it even if one thinks that Earth is not an organism?
Sébastien Dutreuil