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actions adaptation animals appear become beginning behavior believe biological body brain called century clocks communal complex concept concern connection considered continuous corresponds death derived described determined direction earlier earth emergence environment eotemporal ethics evolution example existence expected experience expressed external functions future geometry hence human idea identified identity increasing individual instance integrative interest knowledge known language laws learned light limits living logical mathematical matter means measure memory mental mind motion nature objects observer organism origins past perception perhaps period personality philosophy physical possible present Press principle problem reality reason reference regarded relation relativity remain scientific selection sense separation social society space specific structure suggests symbols temporal theory things thought timeless tion truth Umwelt understanding universe York