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Lotka, A. J. (1925). Elements of physical biology. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Company. 
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Resource type: Book
BibTeX citation key: Lotka1925
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Categories: Biologie
Creators: Lotka
Publisher: Williams & Wilkins Company (Baltimore)
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On le trouve sur le site d’Internet Archive en texte, en PDF, en DéjàVu et quelques autres formats.
Réédité chez Dover en 1956 comme Elements of Mathematical Biology.
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p.403   The “problem” of psycho-physical parallelism is probably due to an inadequate statement of the case. It is probably, in this sense, of the nature of a pseudo-problem. To say that a necessary condition for the writing of these words is the willing of the author to write them, and to say that a necessary condition for the writing of them is a certain state and configuration of the material of his brain, these two statements are probably merely two ways of saying the same thing. A state of consciousness can be described either in terms of its “contents,” or in terms of the disposition of the molecules, etc. of the brain […]   Added by: Dominique Meeùs
Keywords:   parallélisme psycho-physique cerveau conscience dualisme matérialisme volonté
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La phrase centrale, sur « the willing of the author » est citée par Denton (1995, p.28).

Denton, D. (1995). L’émergence de la conscience: De l’animal à l’homme J.-P. Mourlon, Trans. Paris: Flammarion.   Added by: Dominique Meeùs  (2009-12-15 07:32:06)
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