Divine Action and the Brain
Talk given by Dr Stuart Judge as part of summer course 1
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1.2 Taxa and relationships

Until the mid-20th century, inferences about evolutionary relationships between species were generally based upon as wide a range of evidence as could be mustered. Evolutionary systematics is the name given to this eclectic approach, because of its explicit focus on evolutionary conclusions. The disparate nature of the evidence used (ranging from the taxonomic attributes and geographical distribution of living organisms to the stratigraphical distribution of fossils) meant that there w
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Learning space evaluation
The subject of physical learning space has in recent years become increasingly complex This reflection examines what evidence exists in this area
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Procedures in Emergency Medicine: Application of below-knee backslab

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Dr Almero Oosthuizen & Cape Town Emergency Medicine Registrars