Items where Subject is "Specific Sciences > Biology > Function/Teleology"
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Number of items at this level: 19.
Bogen, Jim and Machamer, Peter (2010) Mechanistic Information and Causal Continuity. [Preprint]
Brigandt, Ingo (2008) Natural Kinds in Evolution and Systematics: Metaphysical and Epistemological Considerations. [Preprint]
Burock, Marc (2011) Information and the function of neurons. [Preprint]
Byron (formerly Baker), Jason M. (2005) Adaptive speciation: The role of natural selection in mechanisms of geographic and non-geographic speciation. UNSPECIFIED.
Esfeld, Michael (2005) The causal homogeneity of biological kinds. [Preprint]
Garson, Justin (2014) Why (a Form of) Function Indeterminacy is Still a Problem for Biomedicine, and How Seeing Functional Items as Components of Mechanisms Can Solve it. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 24th Biennial Mtg (Chicago, IL).
Griffiths, Paul (2005) Function, Homology and Character Individuation. [Preprint]
Griffiths, Paul E (2001) Evo-Devo Meets the Mind: Towards a Developmental Evolutionary Psychology. [Preprint]
Griffiths, Paul E (2006) Function, Homology and Character Individuation. [Preprint]
Griffiths, Paul Edmund (2005) Function, Homology and Character Individuation. [Preprint]
Griffiths, Paul Edmund (2008) In what sense does 'nothing make sense except in the light of evolution'? [Preprint]
Hitchen, S.A. (2014) Adapting our Language: The Problem (?) of Teleological Language in the Philosophy of Biology. In:  Meeting of the Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science (Lund, Sweden; 27-28 March 2014).
hunean, philippe (2006) Naturalising purpose: From comparative anatomy to the ‘adventures of reason’. [Preprint]
Slutsky, David (2010) Confusion and dependence in uses of history. [Published Article]
Sustar, Predrag (2006) Neo-Functional Analysis: Phylogenetical Restrictions on Causal Role Functions. In:  Philosophy of Science Assoc. 20th Biennial Mtg (Vancouver) > PSA 2006 Contributed Papers.
Wolfe, Charles T. (2010) From substantival to functional vitalism and beyond, or from Stahlian animas to Canguilhemian attitudes. [Preprint]