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Pearl, Raymond, 1879-1940 The John's Hopkins University. The biology of death; being a series of lectures delivered at the Lowell institute in Boston in December 1920.
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By: Benjamin C. Gruenberg and N. Eldred Bingham
Benjamin C. Gruenberg,Consultant, Social Security Board Formerly Chairman Biology Departments Commercial and Julia Richman High Schools New York City and N. Eldred Bingham,Horace Mann-Lincoln School Teachers College, Columbia University
By: John Henry Napper Nevill
"To clear the way for the understanding of the line of argument adopted in this little book, I commence with a quotation from Herbert Spencer's
Synthetic Philosophy, on the scope of Biology.
I do this for two reasons :
1. To present the reader with the fullest and
clearest explanation obtainable, of the meaning of
the words "Biology" and "Biological."
2. To show what are those principles or ...
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