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29-37. © 1991 Kluwer Academic Publishers. 30 KARL-FRIEDRICH WESSEL conceptions that already serve as explicit theories of evolution (Evolution). It has established new analyses and promoted new conceptions. The latter are of special significance for ordering facts anew under evolutionary perspectives. In this respect the statement of Ernst Mayr is expressly to be supported: In biology most great advances derive from the introduction of new concepts or the improvement of existing ones. We achieve a more effective understanding of the world by improving our ideas and concepts than by discovering new facts, although these do not mutually exclude one another (pp.
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Oparin, and others have proven the significance of materialistic dialectics for the development of their science. , against the theories of relativity, mesomers, and genes. Although there is no lack of references to this at international discussions of philosophical questions of the sciences, we can speak of growing interest in the positive achievements of materialistic dialectics, even by its opponents. The growth of science compels one more and more to have to think dialectically, whether it is noticed or unnoticed and spontaneous.