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In this paper we examine aspects of Canguilhem's philosophy of biology, concerning the knowledge of life and its consequences on science and vitalism. His concept of life stems from the idea of a living individual, endowed with creative subjectivity and norms, a Kantian view which "disconcerts logic". In contrast, two different approaches ground naturalistic perspectives to explore the logic of life (Jacob) and the logic of the living individual (Maturana and Varela) in the 1970s. Althoughdoi:10.24117/2526-2270.2018.i4.06 fatcat:rpmh7kats5cktgpdss2phlcaoe