Elements of Physical Biology by Alfred J. Lotka
Publisher: Williams & Wilkins Company; First Edition (1925) | ASIN: B000KBC8AE | Pages: 495 | DJVU | 13.44 MB
The preface is that part of a book which is written last, placed first, and read least. As I approach my concluding task I am moved to reflect why a preface should be written at all. This question, if followed into all the intricacies of which it holds potentiality, should apparently result in a composition new in literature, a Preface to the Preface.