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The Logic of Life Paperback – April 19, 1993

ISBN-13: 978-0691000428 ISBN-10: 0691000425 Edition: 0th

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"Brilliant. . . . One thing the book reveals to the general reader is the interconnection of the development of biological ideas with the development of the rest of science and technology."--Jeremy Bernstein, The New Yorker

"[A] lucid account of man's changing ideas about heredity. [It] seizes and stimulates the imagination."--Arnold W. Ravin, Science

"Franois Jacob, who won the Nobel Prize in 1965 for his work on genetics, has written an unusual and illuminating history of his discipline. It is not so much a history of science as a history of the ideas of science."--Edward Edelson, Washington Post Book World

"[One of] the most important discussions yet published of the recent advances in molecular biology. . . ."--The Times Literary Supplement

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Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French

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