Especies como sistemas: un enfoque filosófico

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  • Juan Elías García-Pérez Universidad Nacional Experimental de los Llanos Occidentales

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2021-12-01

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García-Pérez, J. E. (2021). Especies como sistemas: un enfoque filosófico. Ludus Vitalis. Revista De Filosofía De Las Ciencias De La Vida, 29(56), 65–88. Recuperado a partir de https://micologia.uv.cl/index.php/ludusvitalis/article/view/3854