This book pursues a twofold objective: on the one hand it is a tractate concerned with the meaning, ramification and scope of the
biology; while on the other, it is an attempt to define a potential
philosophy-science that will be based upon biology and its philosophy, and aimed at coming to grips with the various scientific, technological as well as moral and spiritual questions of our problem-torn age.
Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1996. 158 pp., 5 fig.
Contents: The living being that tries to know his/her knowledge is the Homo sapiens sapiens. The philosopher's
specific objective is primarily knowledge by itself. Hence he is, so to speak, homo sapiens sapiens inter homines