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Unformatted text preview: Topic Rating Authors Year Title Journal Volume History and Philosophy of Systematic Biology Bock, W. J. 1973 Philosophical foundations of classical evolutionary classification Systematic Zoology 22 History and Philosophy of Systematic Biology Brower, A. V. Z. 2000 Evolution Is Not aCladistics Assumption of Cladistics Necessary 16 History and Philosophy of Systematic Biology Dayrat, Benoit 2005 Ancestor-descendant relationships and the reconstruction of the T Paleobiology 31 History and Philosophy of Systematic Biology Kadereit Donoghue, M.J. and J.W. 1992 Walter Zimmermann and the Biologyof phylogenetic theory Systematic growth 41 History and Philosophy of Systematic J. W. H. Trueman Faith, D. P. and Biology 2001 Towards an inclusive philosophy for phylogenetic inference Systematic Biology 50 History and Philosophy of Systematic Biology Gaffney, E. 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