Monday, May 23, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

Conference: Evolution ‘On Purpose’: Teleonomy in Living Systems (Part 5)

This conference was held online over June 28 and 29, 2021.
Conference theme: Living systems exhibit an internal teleology, the full implications of which have not been explored. This meeting will address various aspects of this phenomenon, including its scope and meaning, and its many forms and facets.

This is part five (concluding), which includes the following talks from June 29:

Samir Okasha (Bristol) | Teleonomy, Agency, and Unity of
James A. Shapiro (Chicago) | Teleonomy and Genome Change
Stephen Talbott (The Nature Institute, Ghent NY) | Toward a
Thought-full Teleology – Beyond the Hollow Organism
Denis Walsh (Toronto) | Teleophobia
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