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By Richard David Precht

«¿Cómo escribir un libro sobre el amor? ¿Sobre algo tan privado, velado, maravillosamente ilusorio como el amor? De este libro no aprenderá usted nada que mejore sus habilidades en el dormitorio. Tampoco le ayudará en caso de ataques de celos, penas de amor y pérdida de confianza. Y no contiene sugerencias y apenas buenos consejos para los angeles convivencia diaria en pareja. Aunque quizá pueda contribuir a que usted se vuelva más consciente de unas cuantas cosas que antes le resultaban poco claras; a que tenga ganas de sondear con mayor exactitud este reino loco en el que (casi) todos queremos vivir. Y posiblemente piense usted conmigo un poco en las reacciones que ha consolidado como normales y supuestas. Quizá tenga ganas de proceder con usted mismo en el futuro un poco más inteligentemente; aunque, naturalmente, sólo si y cuando usted quiera.»

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The various species of chickadees and titmice share the same genus. Hawks probably make up three of the four families in the order Falconiformes, although there are some questionable subfamilies. Whether a kite, an eagle, or a caracara is a hawk is a futile debate that I shall not attempt to initiate; but I feel sure that a vulture is not. A particularly interesting example is provided by the moths. The order Lepidoptera includes the suborders Jugatae and Frenatae. It appears that all the Jugatae are moths.

The major difficulty with the biological species concept is its limited applicability. 10 Perhaps a more serious difficulty is that in a great many actual cases, especially, but by no means only, among plants, reproductive isolation is fairly weak. This fact has led some biologists to a somewhat more radical dissatisfaction with the biological species concept, which is reflected in a questioning of the overriding role of isolation in divergent evolution. Apart from isolation from alien genetic material, the other guiding idea behind the biological species concept is that the flow of genes between members of a species will hold together a species.

And it is even possible that all the water everywhere could get hotter and dirtier. ) In the latter case, surely, we do not need to say that the kind water has changed, merely that all the bits of water that make it up have changed. In the case of a species, then, provided only that we can find some way of defining the kind independently of any narrow set of properties of its members, this problem should be similarly soluble. 5 A rather different ground for denying that species could be natural kinds is the claim that there are no laws true of their members.

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