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The Language of Science

A Study of the Relationship between Literature and Science in the Perspective of a Hermeneutical Ontology. With a Case Study of Darwin's <i>The Origin of Species</i>.

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Using Darwin's <i>The Origin of Species</i> as a casepoint, this book shows that the language of scientists does remain <i>language</i> and that a skilful use of its rhetorical and poetic aspects often determines the 'facts' and the transmission of information.

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