The thought of Daniele Rosa (1857 – 1944), one of the first evolutionists who criticized Darwinism, is revisited, mainly on the ground of the new edition of “Hologenesis” edited by the philosopher of science Antonello La Vergata (2001). A comparison of Rosa’s main tenets with the ideas of W. Hennig, but also with H. E. H. Paterson’s concepts of species and speciation, is provided.

Rosa’s “Hologenesis” revisited

ZUNINO, MARIO ENRICO
2004

Abstract

The thought of Daniele Rosa (1857 – 1944), one of the first evolutionists who criticized Darwinism, is revisited, mainly on the ground of the new edition of “Hologenesis” edited by the philosopher of science Antonello La Vergata (2001). A comparison of Rosa’s main tenets with the ideas of W. Hennig, but also with H. E. H. Paterson’s concepts of species and speciation, is provided.
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