Archive forenero, 2013

Dos textos del Discurso del método

Lee con atención los dos textos procedentes de la obra de Rene Descartes, “El discurso del método¨ correspondientes a las partes II y IV, y contesta a las preguntas que se plantean a continuación. Sería conveniente que repasaras antes las ideas más relevantes del pensamiento cartesiano que aparecen en los apuntes de clase.

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Tres facetas de la evolución

Vamos a acercarnos al concepto de evolución a partir del siguiente artículo de Stephen Jay Gould

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Natural Selection (edHelper.com)

 

Natural Selection (edHelper.com)

By Cindy Grigg

In 1831, Darwin was the ship’s naturalist aboard the HMS Beagle for a five-year journey. The ship sailed to South America and the Galapagos Islands. During those five years, Darwin saw many unique animals. He wondered how and why the animals seemed to be perfectly suited to their environment. He began to develop his ideas about natural selection. He knew his ideas would meet with disapproval and opposition. He waited more than twenty years to publish them!

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Darwin’s Theory of Evolution (edHelper.com)

Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

By Cindy Grigg

In 1831 the HMS Beagle left England on a journey to chart the coastline of South America. The captain hired Charles Darwin to be the ship’s naturalist. Darwin, only twenty-two years old at the time, was more interested in science than the career as a clergyman that his father had planned for him. Darwin’s job on the Beagle was to take notes about the living things he saw throughout the voyage.

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