Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of philosophy of biology / edited by Michael Ruse.

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Table of contents
Introduction - Michael Ruse
1. History of the Philosophy of Biology - David Hull
2. Natural Selection and the Structure of Evolutionary Theory - Michael Ruse
3. Population Thinking - Andre Ariew
4. Testing and Optimality Models - Steven Orzack
5. Teleology - Denis Walsh
6. Evolvability - Roger Sansom
7. Species and Taxonomy - Richard Richards
8. Chance and Contingency - John Beatty
9. Macroevolution - David Sepkoski
10. Molecular Biology and Reduction - Ken Waters
11. Origins of Life Studies - James Greisemer
12. Evo-Devo - Jason Robert
13. Philosophical Issues Arising from Genomics - Zac Ernst
14. Animal Behavior - Stephen Crowley and Colin Allen
15. Neurocience - Adina Roskies and Ian Gold
16. Teleological Theories of Mental Content - Karen Neander
17. Sociobiology, Evolutionary Psych, and Cultural Evolution - Matteo Mameli
18. Evolution of Moral Norms - William Harms and Brian Skyrms
19. Genes and Society - Lisa Gannett
20. The Concept of Race in Medicine - Robin Andreasen
21. Ecology and the Environment - Anya Plutynski
22. Agriculture and Agricultural Biotechnology - David Castle
23. Biology and Religion - Nancey Murphy and Jeffrey Schloss
24. Feminist Philosophy of Biology - Carla Fehr
25. Rhetoric in Biology - Ana Barahona and Vladimir Cachón

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Biology -- Philosophy -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.