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Asclepio: Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia
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  • Creation <i>versus</i> evolution: from <i>The origin of species</i> to intelligent design

    Hortolà, Policarp; Carbonell, Eudald (2007)
    In this article, the authors provide a historic outline on the creationistic idealism and the evolutionistic empiricism and they expose some reflections about the different epistemic value of both views. While the evolutionism resists the empirical contrast and has a sufficient resolutive value in the prediction, the creationism generates an irrational explanation of the diversity of the living things out of the biology. Although historically several attempts of exploiting the science had ari...

    In search of biology. Reflections on evolution

    Sandín, Máximo (2009)
    After 150 years conceiving and dealing with Nature in terms of competence, costs-benefits, exploitation of resources, strategies…, we have managed to make it enter into a «recession». This estrangement from reality and from natural phenomena, has seriously jeopardized the future of mankind on our planet and makes it necessary, even urgent, the search for a conception of biology based on scientific concepts and vocabulary that re-connects us with Nature before it is too late.<br><br&g...

    «Des hommes noirs et non pas des nègres»: skin and race in XVIII<sup>th</sup> century

    Martínez Pestana, Paola (2011)
    A growing interest in the nature of the black skin and in the origins of the peoples classified under this trait was accompanied in the eighteenth century by an increasing differentiation of their nature from whites, to the point that they were considered either a degenerated variety of humans, a separate species or inferior animals. Skin and race go together in the natural history of man, wich comprises not only anatomical and physiological aspects, but also the history of nations, the Sacre...

    Dinámicas científicas, técnicas e institucionales en el desarrollo de la diálisis y los trasplantes renales en la Argentina

    Romero, Lucía (2012)
    This paper analyzes the origin and development of experimental and clinical research about kidney transplant and dialysis in Argentina which were carried out, from 1957, at the Instituto de Investigaciones Médicas (IIM) de la Facultad de Medicina, at the Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). The aim is to show how these developments were possible due to the convergence of social and cognitive dynamics. The major boost given to research and clinical experience on transplants and dialysis at...
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