Los conceptos de especie: algunas consideraciones desde la perspectiva de la práctica sistemática y su integración con el problema de la objetividad

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  • Luciana Pesenti Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
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Luciana Pesenti, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

Licenciatura en Filosofía

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2014-02-16

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Pesenti, L. (2014). Los conceptos de especie: algunas consideraciones desde la perspectiva de la práctica sistemática y su integración con el problema de la objetividad. Versiones. Revista De Filosofía, (6), 77–85. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/versiones/article/view/18501

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