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Kinji Imanishi’s semiobiotic in his book ‘The world of living things’ (3rd part): paraphrasis of ‘Umwelt’, regarding ‘environment, society and history’

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.861

Keywords:

Biological theory, natural history, evolution , artificial life, biosemotics, behavior, Artificial intelligence, ethology

Abstract

Kinji Imanishi was a Japanese who made important contributions to ethology, theoretical biology, and anthropology. The Japanese biologist organized his book "The world of living things" in a total of 5 chapters: 1) similarity and difference, 2) on structure, 3) on environment, 4) on society and 5) on history. Previously, I published two works with interpretations of the first and second chapters of his book. This work is an interpretation of the last three remaining chapters.

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Posted

06/29/2020

How to Cite

Otálora-Luna, F. (2020). Kinji Imanishi’s semiobiotic in his book ‘The world of living things’ (3rd part): paraphrasis of ‘Umwelt’, regarding ‘environment, society and history’. In SciELO Preprints. https://doi.org/10.1590/SciELOPreprints.861

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Biological Sciences

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