Metascience 16:535-537 (2007)

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Paul Edmund Griffiths
University of Sydney
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The Royal Institute of Philosophy’s London lecture series for 2004–2005 offers a useful snapshot of the current state of philosophy of biology in Britain. With one or two exceptions the papers are not simply current research articles. The authors map out questions they feel need more research, analyse ongoing debates, or outline the program of their own previously published work. This presumably reflects the fact that the papers are based closely on public lectures. It also makes for surprisingly easy and enjoyable reading in the context of such a volume.
Keywords Philosophy   Philosophy of Science   History   Interdisciplinary Studies   Philosophy of Biology   Philosophy of Technology
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DOI 10.1007/BF02913283
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