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William Whewell (1794—1866) college head and writer on the history and philosophy of science



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The view, put forward in the 1990s by biologist Edward O. Wilson, that everything in the world can be understood and explained through a small number of natural laws or principles, which apply across the sciences and the humanities, but which are based on physics and evolve according to the laws of evolution.

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