Existographies (life/non-life theorists)

In existographies, existographies (life/non-life theorists) refers to thinkers digressing, historically, or in a related sense, on the life/non-life topic, e.g. Lionel Beale (1870) on the “physical life theorists”, Richard Owen (magnetic life) or William Grove (battery life), etc., or related topics, e.g. half-alive theory (John Haldane).

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