LA EVOLUCIÓN DEL COMPORTAMIENTO INTELIGENTE: ¿EXISTE EVIDENCIA DE PROPÓSITO EN LAS MOLÉCULAS COMPLEJAS DE LA QUÍMICA? (*)

Julián Chela Flores.
Doctor en Mecánica Cuántica y Licenciado en Matemáticas (Universidad de Londres). The Abdus Salam Internacional Centre for Theorethical Physics (ICTP, Trieste, Italia) e Instituto de Ideas Avanzadas (IDEA, Caracas, Venezuela). Cátedra UNESCO de Filosofía (1998).


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