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Hence, the wing of a bird and of a bat, the foreleg of a quadruped, and the arm of a human (and also the pectoral fin of a fish and the flipper of a seal) are homologues. It should be noted that in evolutionary biological science,40 "homologous" has a strict signification: a correspondence in the type of structure of parts or organs of different organisms resulting from their descent from some common remote ancestor. 41 In what follows I shall consider the terms analogy and homology as denoting respectively, at their most precise, similarity in function and similarity in form.

Verlag, 1974). P. Richman: Wilhelm Dilthey: Pioneer of the Human Studies (Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, 1979), esp. pp. P. ), esp. pp. 79-82. In the latter (p. S. Mill's 'moral sciences"'; as I have mentioned, 1. Schiel did this in 1849 in his German version of Mill's System of Logic. See also Wilhelm Dilthey: Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften, vol. 1 (Leipzig: Verlag von Dunker & Humblot, 1883), esp. pp. 5-7: this work is reprinted in Dilthey's Gesammelte Schriften, vol.

79-82; Erich Rothacker (n. 26 supra), esp. pp. 253-277. 33 Cf. Rudolf A. Makkreel: Dilthey: Philosopher of the Human Studies (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975), esp. pp. P. Rickman: Wilhelm Dilthey: Pioneer (n. 27 supra), esp. pp. 58-73; and the works cited in nn. 2 and 7 supra. I. BERNARD COHEN 1. 1. INTRODUCTION Ever since the time of Aristotle, the natural sciences and medicine have furnished analogies for studies of governments, classifications of constitutions, and analyses of society.

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