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Holism and Reductionism in Ecology: A Trivial Dichotomy and Levins' Non-trivial Account



Holism and Reductionism in Ecology: A Trivial Dichotomy and Levins' Non-trivial Account



History & Philosophy of the Life Sciences 28(3): 313-336




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DOI: 10.2307/23334136


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