Functions Selection And Mechanisms

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Colyvan. 2004. Ecological orbits: How planets move and populations grow. New
York: Oxford University Press. Glennan, S.S. 1996. Mechanisms and the nature of
causation. Erkenntnis 44: 49–71. Godfrey-Smith, P. 1993. Functions: Consensus
without unity. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 74: 196–208. Godfrey-Smith, P.
2009. Darwinian populations and natural selection. Oxford: Oxford University
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The Biological Mind

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Hanson, M. 2009. Principles of Evolutionary Medicine. Oxford: Oxford
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Material Basis of Evolution.

The Evolved Apprentice

Author: Kim Sterelny
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In his Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection, Peter Godfrey-Smith makes
a helpful distinction between philosophy of science and philosophy of nature.
The intellectual target of philosophy of science is science itself: most critically,
trying to understand how and why science has been such a uniquely successful
mode of investigating the world. The intellectual target of philosophy of nature is
nature itself; the world in which we live (which, of course, includes humans and
their ...

Naturalism And Normativity

Author: Mario De Caro
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... Research Schools at the Australian National University and since 2006 has
been professor of Philosophy at Harvard. His main interests are in the philosophy
of biology and the philosophy of mind. He has written three books, Complexity
and the Function of Mind in Nature (Cambridge University Press, 1996), Theory
and Reality: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (Chicago University
Press, 2003), and Darwinian Populations and Natural Selection (Oxford
University Press, ...

Sexual Selection And The Descent Of Man

Author: Bernard Grant Campbell
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The Darwinian Pivot Bernard Grant Campbell. whelming. On the other hand,
numerous cases are quoted in which it is not clear whether they should be
regarded as examples of natural or of sexual selection. In many cases, the
superior vigor of males of one genotype is ... This extension is completely in
agreement with the concept of Darwin that natural selection leads to fitter, that is,
better adapted populations. But the concept of fitness of populations has been
further extended.

Proceedings Of The Sixth Berkeley Symposium On Mathematical Statistics And Probability Held At The Statistical Laboratory University Of California June 21 July 18 1970 April 9 12 1971 June 16 21 1971 July 19 22 1971

Author: Lucien Marie Le Cam
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DARWINIAN. VERSUS. NON-DARWINIAN. EVOLUTION. IN. NATURAL.
POPULATIONS. OF. DROSOPHILA. FRANCISCO J. AYALA University of
California, Davis 1. Scientific hypotheses : natural selection The goal of science
is to discover patterns of relations among recorded phenomena, so that a few
principles can explain a large number of propositions concerning these
phenomena [2]. The scientific value of a theory depends on its explanatory power
, that is, on its ability to ...

Evolutionary Systems

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Self-organization and selection together play a key-role in these new
developments. One's interpretation of their respective explanatory functions is
indicative of the more, or less, "neo-Darwinian" position one occupies in the field
of evolutionary thinking. Indeed, ever since the neo-Darwinian interpretation,
genetic variations and evolution of populations by natural selection have been
considered as the conceptual and explanatory core of the biological theory of
evolution: variation ...

Philosophy Of Biology

Author: Peter Godfrey-Smith
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This is a concise, comprehensive, and accessible introduction to the philosophy of biology written by a leading authority on the subject.

Bringing Fossils To Life

Author: Donald R. Prothero
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In 1937, the geneticist Theodosius Dobzhansky published Genetics and the
Origin of Species, which synthesized all that was known of genetics at the time
and showed that it was consistent with Darwinian natural selection. In 1942, Ernst
Mayr published Systematics and the Origin of Species, which addressed the
problem of natural selection in wild populations and laid the groundwork for his
allopatric speciation model (see chapter 3). And in 1944 (written in the late 1930s
but ...