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> > This is, of course, the
> >holism versus reductionism debate, and very sterile it is too, IMO. I
> >prefer GC Williams' characterisation of reductionism and holism in
> >biology as a function of the size of the glassware used.
> >John S Wilkins
> >Head, Communication Services
> >The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
> >Parkville, Victoria, Australia
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