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Philosophy of Microbiology
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An introduction to philosophy of microbiology; 1. Philosophy in microbiology; microbes in philosophy; 2. Philosophical debates in high-level microbial classification; 3. Philosophical debates in species-level microbial classification; 4. Philosophical issues in microbial evolution; 5. Microbial ecology from a philosophical perspective; 6. Microbes as model biological systems; Conclusion. Further philosophical questions.

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Maureen O'Malley is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sydney.

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'Many readers will be familiar with the basic concepts behind the topics discussed in this book, but the author's treatment of these topics is guaranteed to make readers think about them more deeply and in new ways ... Recommended. Graduate students, researchers/faculty, professionals/practitioners.' R. K. Harris, Choice 'Philosophy of Microbiology raises new questions relevant to both historical and contemporary topics in the philosophy of science, such as modelling and individuality. I recommend this book to philosophers of science who wish to see old philosophical questions in a new and stimulating context.' Alison K. McConwell, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 'Philosophy of Microbiology is a thought-provoking and comprehensive look at the influence of microbiology on how we conceive of and study the living world.' Paul Sniegowski, The Quarterly Review of Biology

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