Seminar 2 run by: Arantza Etxeberria
Keywords: identity, self-production, self-distinction, organism-environment interactions, evo-devo, concepts of organismic individuality, developmental systems, inheritance, reproduction, E. Jablonka, S. Oyama, P. Alberch, T. Pradeau.
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Etxeberria, A. and Ruiz-Mirazo, K. (2009). The challenging biology of transients. A view from the perspective of autonomy. EMBO Reports, 10, S33–S36.
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Pradeu, T. (2016). Organisms or biological individuals? Combining physiological and evolutionary individuality. Biology & Philosophy, 31(6), 797–817.
Ruíz-Mirazo, K., Etxeberria, A., Moreno, A., and Ibáñez, J. (2000). Organisms and their place in biology. Theory in Biosciences, 119 (3-4), 209-233.
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