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Behind the Mirror: A Search for a Natural History of Human Knowledge (1973)

by Konrad Lorenz

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Nobel laureate Lorenz here investigates culture as a living system. From amoebas to humans, he traces the physiological mechanisms that direct behavior and thought. Translated by Ronald Taylor; Index. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book.
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Dedicato al mondo di Königsberg e ai miei amici di Königsberg, primi fra tutti Otto Koehler e Eduard Baumgarten
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'La pietra angolare del metodo scientifico è il postulato dell'oggettività della natura', così scrive Jacques Monod nel suo famoso libro 'Le hasard et la nécéssité'.
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