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Chinery M. Pareys Buch der Insekten. Hamburg-Berlin, 1987
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Ogilvie elaborates on the precision and scientific devotion with which Ray described and classified insect species, and demonstrates that in the succeeding editions of his works, Ray was eager to improve, correct, or complete his findings. In this way God manifests himself in the smallest details of zoological research. Each little step toward more precision is an important one toward the knowledge of God. In his second contribution Bernd Roling deals with another important theory of generation, palingenesis.