Natural Responsibilities: Philosophy, Biology, and Ethics in Ernst Mayr and Hans Jonas
Hastings Center Report 2002 July-August; 32(4): 36-43
Mayr from biology, Jonas from philosophy, both worked their way--against the philosophical current--toward a biologically informed philosophy that both draws from the natural sciences and reflects a responsibility toward nature.
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