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Abstract: Keywords: HoST - Journal of History of Science and Technology 12, pp. 1-22 DOI 10.2478/host-2018-0001 Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Jürgen Renn The Evolution of Knowledge: Rethinking Science in the Anthropocene1 epistemic evolution, cultural evolution, Anthropocene, global society 1 This paper is based on excerpts from: Jürgen Renn, The Evolution of Knowledge: Toward a Historical Theory of Human Thinking (Princeton: Princeton University Press, forthcoming in 2019), and published with kind permission of

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latter group has described various patterns of stride biomechanics, but under differing conditions. Some have focused on the evolution of kinematic variables during long runs at constant speed (Hunter and Smith, 2007), whereas others have compared the evolution of variables across runs at different speeds ( Dorn et al., 2012 ) or over the course of an accelerating run ( Schache et al., 2014 ). Other studies have investigated elite athletes running at high intensities or until exhaustion ( Fourchet et al., 2014 ). Interesting biomechanical changes emerge during these

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