In this appendix some key concepts of the physics perspective to understand humans and animals are listed. In addition, a second list of concepts is given for which it has been shown in previous chapters that they are unnecessary within the physics perspective. The concepts listed in that second list might be useful concepts in approaches that look at humans and animals from various non-scientific perspectives.
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