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BATEMAN Simone - directrice de recherche au CNRS - Centre de Recherche Médecine

This book examines three connected aspects of Frege’s logicism: the differences between Dedekind’s and Frege’s interpretation of the term ‘logic’ and related terms and reflects on Frege’s notion of function, comparing its understanding and the role it played in Frege’s and Lagrange’s foundational programs. It concludes with an examination of the notion of arbitrary function, taking into account Frege’s, Ramsey’s and Russell’s view on the subject. Composed of three chapters, this book sheds light on important aspects of Dedekind’s and Frege’s logicisms.

BATEMAN Simone - directrice de recherche au CNRS - Centre de Recherche Médecine
Couverture des Comptes Rendus Biologies : Jacques Monod, Un thĂ©oricien Ă  l’ùre de la biologie molĂ©culaire
GROS François - membre de l'Académie des sciences

Fifty years ago, François Jacob, AndrĂ© Lwoff, and Jacques Monod received the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine “for their discoveries concerning the genetic control of enzyme and virus synthesis”. This distinction was awarded in recognition of an exceptional series of discoveries and theoretical achievements: existence, induction and genetics of lysogeny, notions and evidence of repressor, regulatory genes, messenger RNA, operon, operator and promoter sequences, and allostery.

CARNAP Rudolf

 La supervision de la traduction et la rédaction de l'introduction ont été assurées par Pierre Wagner, « Quel empirisme ? Le projet carnapien dans Testabilité et signification ».

MANCOSU Paolo


Les essais rĂ©unis dans ce livre traitent de notions de tout temps centrales dans la rĂ©flexion des philosophes, logiciens et mathĂ©maticiens : l’infini, le nombre, la vĂ©ritĂ©, la consĂ©quence logique, l’explication, la puretĂ© des mĂ©thodes, le nominalisme, le platonisme.

MORENO Alvaro

Since Darwin, Biology has been framed on the idea of evolution by natural selection, which has profoundly influenced the scientific and philosophical comprehension of biological phenomena and of our place in Nature. This book argues that contemporary biology should progress towards and revolve around an even more fundamental idea, that of autonomy.

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