Darwin-L Message Log 4:40 (December 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<4:40>From c.lavastida1@genie.geis.com  Thu Dec  9 20:35:47 1993

From: c.lavastida1@genie.geis.com
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 93 01:50:00 BST
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Re: Re: extinction and speciation

How about sexual selection?
 May this not be a good time to ask for a critique of Barbara Cronin and her
work on this subject?
 As a practicing systems analyst, a number of issues peculiar to
"systematics" seem to come forth from the discussion on "drift":
 1. What is the consequence of tropism on its way from the biological
sciences to the historical sciences, and how does that relate to,
 2. Imabalances, a well measurable term in the hard sciences, the
differential calculus could be say to use the ambiguity of the word as its
 3. Spanish is decadent Latin? Whatever happened to Septimania, ..not off
Puerto Rico, ...if you get my drift..

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