By Jacques Monod
Ensayo sobre l. a. filosofía traditional de l. a. biología moderna publicado originalmente en 1970 por Jacques Monod, Premio Nobel de Medicina en 1965. Este biólogo francés formuló el teorema de que, si en cualquier proceso se suprime los angeles notion de finalidad, las cosas suceden por una combinación de azar y necesidad.
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