Wilhelm Reich, Biologist

Wilhelm Reich, Biologist

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Wilhelm Reicha€™s experiments in the 1930s with cutting-edge light microscopy and time-lapse micro-cinematography were considered discredited, but not because of shoddy lab technique, as has been claimed. Scientific opposition to Reicha€™s experiments, James Strick argues, grew out of resistance to his unorthodox sexual theories and Marxist leanings.This topic is treated at length in Garland Allen, Life Science in the Twentieth Century, op. cit., and in Bowler, Evolution, op. cit. ... 38n2. 84. In modern practice, see, e.g., John Ruscio, a€œThe Emptiness of Holism, a€ Skeptical Inquirer (Mar.a€“Apr. 2002), pp. ... that some key insights from vitalism ought not to be overlooked, despite embracing modern experimental work in biology. ... 1915), written in answer to H. S. Jenningsa#39;s article of 29 months previous, a€œDoctrines Held as Vitalism, a€ Amer.

Title:Wilhelm Reich, Biologist
Author: James E. Strick
Publisher:Harvard University Press - 2015-04-01

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