New study sketches out the intractable nature of species through a historical account of the species problem.
A new study published in the Vol 5 No 3 and 4 (2017): Issue-September and December of SOCRATES sketch out the intractable nature of species through a historical account of the species problem. Through this paper, the authors, Gopalakrishnan Alikkal Hareesh, PhD Research Scholar, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India and C Upendra Associate Professor – Philosophy Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India, have tried to decipher a ‘common thread’ that, perhaps, binds all our ideas of species together.
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