Faculty, Postdoc, and Graduate Student Research
- Allchin, D. 2021. Who speaks for science? Science & Education doi: 10.1007/s11191-021-00257-4
- Allchin, D. 2017. Sacred Bovines: The Ironies of Misplaced Assumptions in Biology. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Allchin, D. and A. Werth. 2017. The naturalizing error. Journal of the General Philosophy of Science 48:3–18.
- Boantza, V.D. 2017. Elements, instruments, and menstruums: Boerhaave’s imponderable fire between chemical masterpiece and physical axiom. In J. Buchwald and L. Stewart (eds), The Romance of Science, 9–46. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Boantza, V.D. and L. Tomory. 2016. The ‘subtile aereal spirit of fountains’: mineral waters and the history of pneumatic chemistry. Early Science and Medicine 21(4):303–331.
- Boantza, V.D. 2013. Matter and Method in the Long Chemical Revolution: Laws of Another Order. Burlington: Ashgate.
- Borrello, M.E. and D. Sepkoski. February 5, 2022. Ideology as Biology The New York Review of Books.
- Zuk, M. and M.E. Borrello. 2013. Parasites and altruism: converging roads. Biology Letters 9(6):20130367.
- Ratcliff, W.C., R.F. Denison, M.E. Borrello, and M. Travisano. 2012. Experimental evolution of multicellularity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109:1595–1600.
- Borrello, M.E. 2010. Evolutionary Restraints: The Contentious History of Group Selection. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
- Cook, R.T. 2021. MTV Logics. J Philos Logic
- Tourville, T., and Cook, R.T. 2020. Embracing intensionality: Paradoxicality and semi-truth operators in fixed point models. Logic Journal of the IGPL, 28(5):747–770.
- Cook, R.T., and Ø. Linnebo. 2018. Cardinality and acceptable abstraction principles. Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 59(1):61–74.
- Berg, E.D., and R.T. Cook. 2017. The propositional logic of Frege’s Grundgesetze: semantics and expressiveness. Journal for the History of Analytic Philosophy 5(6):1–34.
- Cook, R.T. 2017. Abstraction and four kinds of invariance (or: what’s so logical about counting?). Philosophia Mathematica 25(1):3–25.
- Distelzweig, P.M. 2016. “Mechanics” and mechanism in William Harvey’s anatomy: varieties and limits. In P.M. Distelzweig, B. Goldberg, and E. Ragland (eds), Early Modern Medicine and Natural Philosophy, 117–140. New York: Springer.
- Distelzweig, P.M. 2016. The use of usus and the function of functio: teleology and its limits in Descartes’ physiology. Journal of the History of Philosophy 53(3):377–399.
- Distelzweig, P.M. 2013. The intersection of mathematical and natural science: the subordinate sciences in Aristotle. Apeiron 46(2):85–105.
- Donaho, S. 2002. Standard quantification theory in the analysis of English. Journal of Philosophical Logic 31(6):499–526.
- Donaho, S. 1998. "Are Declarative Sentences Representational?", Mind 107 (January 1998), pp. 33-58.
- Fletcher, S.C. 2018. Minimal approximations and Norton’s dome. Synthese.
- Cuffaro, M.E. and S.C. Fletcher (eds) 2018. Physical Perspectives on Computation, Computational Perspectives on Physics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Fletcher, S.C., J.B. Manchak, M.D. Schneider, and J.O. Weatherall. 2018. Would two dimensions be world enough for spacetime? Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
- Fletcher, S.C. 2016. Similarity, topology, and physical significance in relativity theory. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 67(2):365–389.
- Folina, J. 2018. After non-Euclidean geometry: intuition, truth, and the autonomy of mathematics. Journal for the History of Analytic Philosophy 6(3):163–80.
- Folina, J. 2012. Newton and Hamilton: in defense of truth in algebra. Southern Journal of Philosophy 50(3):504–27.
May, G. Ruth G. Shaw, Charles J. Geyer, and Daniel J. Eck. 2022. Do Interactions among Microbial Symbionts Cause Selection for Greater Pathogen Virulence? The American Naturalist 199:2, 252-265
- Al-Dhalimy, H., and C.J. Geyer. 2016. Surreal time and ultratasks. Review of Symbolic Logic 9(4):836–847.
- Eck, D.J., R.G. Shaw, C.J. Geyer, and J.G. Kingsolver. 2015. An integrated analysis of phenotypic selection on insect body size and development time. Evolution 69(9):2525–2532.
- Price, B.S., C.J. Geyer, and A.J. Rothman. 2015. Ridge fusion in statistical learning. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 24(2):439-454.
- Gordon-Roth, J. 2018. What kind of monist is Anne Finch Conway? Journal of the American Philosophical Association 4(3):280–97.
- Gordon-Roth, J., and N. Kendrick. 2015. Including early modern women writers in survey courses: a call to action. Metaphilosophy 46(3):364–379.
- Gordon-Roth, J. 2015. Locke's place-time-kind principle. Philosophy Compass 10(4):264–74.
- Gorham, G. 2018. Descartes on the infinity of space vs. time. In O. Nachtomy and R. Winegar (eds), Infinity in Early Modern Philosophy, 45–61. London: Brill Publishers.
- Gorham, G. 2014. Hobbes on the reality of time. Hobbes Studies 27:80–103.
- Gorham, G. 2014. Spinoza on the ideality of time. Idealistic Studies 43:27–40.
Hawthorne, SCC; Williams-Wengerd A: “Is treatment helping? How providers gauge effectiveness in treating serious mental illness.” SSM-Mental Health 2022; 2, unpaginated, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmmh.2022.100110
Hawthorne, S. with Anne Williams-Wengerd. 2019. On Effective’ at What?: On Effective Intervention in Serious Mental Illness. Health Care Analysis 27(4):289-308. Online March 20 2019; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10728-019-00367-9
Hawthorne, S. with Amy Ihlan. 2018. Rethinking Civil Commitment: The Radical Resources of the Ethics of Care. Public Philosophy Journal 1(1). Open source: http://publications.publicphilosophyjournal.org/record/?issue=6-18-22&kid=6-15-173285
- Hawthorne, S. 2017. Values as ‘Evidence For’: Mental Illness, Medicine, and Policy. Robyn Bluhm, ed., Knowing and Acting in Medicine, London, Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 133-150.
- Hellman, G. and S. Shapiro. 2018. Varieties of Continua: From Regions to Points and Back. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Hellman, G. and S. Shapiro. 2018. Mathematical Structuralism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Hellman, G. and R.T. Cook. 2018. Extendibility and paradox. In R. Cook and G. Hellman (eds), Hilary Putnam on Logic and Mathematics, 51–73. New York: Springer.
Love, A.C. and M. Dresow. 2022. Organizing interdisciplinary research on purpose. BioScience. [open access]
- Love, A.C. and G.P. Wagner. 2022. Co-option of stress mechanisms in the origin of evolutionary novelties. Evolution. [open access]
- Love, A.C. 2021. Manipulating levels of organization. In D.S. Brooks, J. DiFrisco, and W.C. Wimsatt (eds), Hierarchy and Levels of Organization in the Biological Sciences. Cambridge: MIT Press, 135–151.
Love, A.C. 2020. Situating evolutionary developmental biology in evolutionary theory. In S.M. Scheiner and D.P Mindell (eds), The Theory of Evolution: Principles, Concepts, and Assumptions. University of Chicago Press, 144-169. [preprint]
Love, A.C. and S.D. Stovitz. 2020. The pandemic and conceptual issues in medicine and health. The Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed).
- Lidgard, S. and A.C. Love. 2018. Rethinking living fossils. Bioscience 68(10):760–770.
- Love, A.C. 2018. Individuation, individuality, and experimental practice in developmental biology. In O. Bueno, R.-L. Chen, and M.B. Fagan (eds), Individuation, Process and Scientific Practices, 165–191. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Love, A.C. 2017. Building integrated explanatory models of complex biological phenomena: From Mill’s methods to a causal mosaic. In M. Massimi and J.-W. Romeijn (eds), EPSA Philosophy of Science: Düsseldorf 2015. The European Philosophy of Science Association Proceedings, Vol. 5, 221–232. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Love, A.C., T.A. Stewart, G.P. Wagner, and S.A. Newman. 2017. Perspectives on integrating genetic and physical explanations of evolution and development. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57(6):1258–1268.
- Redish, A.D., E. Kummerfeld, R.L. Morris, and A.C. Love. 2018. Reproducibility failures are essential to scientific inquiry. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 115:5042–5046.
- Marshall, D. 2013. Galileo’s defense of the application of geometry to physics in the Dialogue. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 44(2):178–87.
- Marshall, D. 2011. Leibniz: geometry, physics, and idealism. The Leibniz Review 21:9–32.
- Nelson, P.G. and G. May. 2017. Coevolution between mutualists and parasites in symbiotic communities may lead to the evolution of lower virulence. American Naturalist 190(6):803–817.
- David, A.S., E. Seabloom, and G. May. 2017. Disentangling environmental and host sources of fungal endophyte communities in an experimental beachgrass study. Molecular Ecology 26(21):6157–6169.
- Bruns, E., M.L. Carson, and G. May. 2014. The jack of all trades is master of none: A pathogen's ability to infect a greater number of host genotypes comes at a cost of delayed reproduction. Evolution 68(9):2453-2466.
- McNulty, M.B. 2018. Continuity of change in Kant’s dynamics. Synthese.
- McNulty, M.B. and M. Stan. 2017. From general to special metaphysics of nature. In M.C. Altman (ed), The Palgrave Kant Handbook, 493–511. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- McNulty, M.B. 2016. Chemistry in Kant’s Opus Postumum. HOPOS: The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science 6(1):64–95.
- McNulty, M.B. 2015. Rehabilitating the regulative use of reason: Kant on empirical and chemical laws. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 54:1–10.
- Shaw, R.G. 2019. From the past to the future: considering the value and limits of evolutionary prediction. American Naturalist 193:1–10.
- Warwell, M.V. and R.G. Shaw. 2018. Phenotypic selection on growth rhythm in whitebark pine under climatic conditions warmer than seed origins. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 31:1284–1299.
- Tanner, J.C., J.L. Ward, R.G. Shaw, and M.A. Bee. 2017. Multivariate phenotypic selection on a complex sexual signal. Evolution 71:1742–1754.
- Travisano, M. and R.G. Shaw. 2013. Lost in the map. Evolution 67:305–314.
- Slowik, E.S. 2019. Cartesian Holenmerism and its Discontents: Or, On the “Dislocated” Relationship of Descartes’s God to the Material World. Journal of the History of Philosophy 57:235-254.
- Slowik, E.S. 2016. The Deep Metaphysics of Space: An Alternative History and Ontology beyond Substantivalism and Relationism. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Slowik, E.S. 2016. Situating Kant’s pre-critical monadology: Leibnizian ubeity, monadic activity, and idealist unity. Early Science and Medicine 21(4):332–349.
- Slowik, E.S. 2016. An historical defense of non-spacetime hypotheses: non-local beables and Leibnizian ubeity. Philosophia Scientiae 20:149–166.
- Slowik, E.S. 2019. The Deep Metaphysics of Quantum Gravity: The Seventeenth Century Legacy and an Alternative Ontology beyond Substantivalism and Relationism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 44:490-499.
- Snell-Rood, E. and M.K. Steck. 2019. Behaviour shapes environmental variation and selection on learning and plasticity: review of mechanisms and implications. Animal Behaviour 147:147–156.
- Steck, M.K. and E. Snell-Rood. 2018. Specialization and accuracy of host-searching butterflies in complex and simple environments. Behavioral Ecology 29(2):486–495.
- Sikkink, K. L., M.E. Kobiela, and E. Snell-Rood. 2017. Genomic adaptation to agricultural environments: cabbage white butterflies (Pieris rapae) as a case study. BMC genomics 18(1):412.
- Snell-Rood, E. 2016. Interdisciplinarity: bring biologists into biomimetics. Nature 529:277–278.
- Fletcher, S.C., Taylor, D.E. 2021. Two quantum logics of indeterminacy. Synthese 199, 13247–13281. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-021-03375-2
- Fletcher, S.C., Taylor, D.E. 2021. Quantum indeterminacy and the eigenstate-eigenvalue link. Synthese 199, 11181–11212 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-021-03285-3
- Taylor, D.E. 2021. Reference for neo-Fregeans. Synthese 198, 11505–11536. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-020-02811-z
- Taylor, D.E. Quine on matters of fact. 2021. Synthese 193, 605–636. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-015-0765-6
- Taylor, D.E. 2018. A minimal characterization of indeterminacy. The Philosopher’s Imprint 18:1–25.
- Taylor, D.E. 2017. Deflationism and referential indeterminacy. The Philosophical Review 126(1):43–79.
- Tiberius, V. Forthcoming, What Do You Want From Life: a Philosophical Guide to Figuring out What Matters. Princeton University Press.
- DeYoung, Colin G., and Tiberius, V. Forthcoming. “Value fulfillment from a cybernetic perspective: A new psychological theory of well-being”, Personality and Social Psychology Review.
- Tiberius, V. 2021. “Growth and the Multiple Dimensions of Well-Being: A Philosopher’s Take on the Idea of Post-Traumatic Growth”, in Redesigning Research on Post-Traumatic Growth: Challenges, Pitfalls, and New Directions, edited by Frank J. Infurna and Eranda Jayawickreme. Oxford University Press, pp. 1-11.
- Koenig, M. A., Tiberius, V., & Hamlin, J. K. 2019. Children’s Judgments of Epistemic and Moral Agents: From Situations to Intentions. Perspectives on Psychological Science, https://doi.org/10.1177/1745691618805452.
- Tiberius, V. 2018. Well-Being as Value Fulfillment: How We Can Help Each Other to Live Well, Oxford University Press.
- Rebolleda-Gómez, M., and M. Travisano. 2019. Adaptation, chance, and history in experimental evolution reversals to unicellularity. Evolution.
- Lin, H., R.J. Kazlauskas, and M. Travisano. 2017. Developmental evolution facilitates rapid adaptation. Scientific Reports 7(1):15891.
- Driscoll, W. W. and M. Travisano. 2017. Synergistic cooperation promotes multicellular performance and unicellular free-rider persistence. Nature Communications 8:15707.
- O'Malley, M.A., M. Travisano, G.J. Velicer, and J.A. Bolker. 2015. How do microbial populations and communities function as model systems? Quarterly Review of Biology 90(3):269-293.
- Truran, P.L., 2016. The Development of Creative Thinking in Graduate Students Doing Scientific Research. Educational Technology. Nov-Dec. pp 41-46.
- Garry, V.R. and P.L. Truran. 2015. Developmental toxicology. In: S.M. Roberts, R.C. James, and P.L. Williams (eds), Principles of Toxicology: Environmental and Industrial Applications (3rd edition), 223–234. New York: Wiley.
- Truran, P.L. 2013. Practical Applications of the Philosophy of Science: Thinking about Research. Berlin: Springer.
- Garry, V.R. and P.L. Truran. 2011 Secular trends in pubertal timing: a role for environmental chemical exposure? In: E. Diamanti-Kandarakis and A.C. Gore (eds), Endocrine Disruptors and Puberty, 357–372. Berlin: Springer.
- Uffink, J. & Valente, G., 2021, Afanassjewa and the Foundations of Thermodynamics in Women in the History of Philosophy and Sciences. Springer Nature, vol 7. p. 55-82 28 p.
- Uffink, J. 2017. Masanes and Oppenheim on the third law of thermodynamics. Foundations of Physics 47(7):871–872.
- Uffink, J. and G. Valente. 2015. Lanford’s theorem and the emergence of irreversibility. Foundations of Physics 45(4):404–438.
- Uffink, J. 2013. Reply to Gao's "On Uffink's criticism of protective measurements". Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 44(4):519–523.
- Douven, I. and J. Uffink. 2012. Quantum probabilities and the conjunction principle. Synthese 184(1):109–114.
- Wimsatt W.C. 2015. Entrenchment as a theoretical tool in evolutionary developmental biology. In A.C. Love (ed), Conceptual Change in Biology: Scientific and Philosophical Perspectives on Evolution and Development, 365–402. Dordrecht: Springer.
- Wimsatt, W.C. 2013. Articulating Babel: linking different perspectives on cultural evolution. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 44:563–571.
- Caporael, L., J. Griesemer, and W.C. Wimsatt. (eds) 2013. Developing Scaffolds in Evolution, Culture, and Cognition. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Wimsatt, W. C. 2007. Re-Engineering Philosophy for Limited Beings: Piecewise Approximations to Reality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
- Zuk, M. 2022. Dancing Cockatoos and the Dead Man Test: How Behavior Evolves and Why it Matters. W.W. Norton, NY.
Heinen‐Kay, J.L., Kay, A.D. and Zuk, M. 2021. How urbanization affects sexual communication. Ecology and Evolution. 11(24):17625-17650. doi.org/10.1002/ece3.832
- Zuk, M. 2021. Sex differences, sexual selection, and gamete size: a comment on Shuker and Kvarnemo. Behavioral Ecology 32:800-801.
- Zuk, M. and Spencer, H.G. 2020. Killing the Behavioral Zombie: Genes, Evolution, and Why Behavior Isn’t Special. BioScience 70(6):515-520
- Tanner, J.C., L.M. Garbe, and M. Zuk. 2019. When virginity matters: age and mating status affect female responsiveness in crickets. Animal Behaviour 14783–90.
Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Fellows
- Stoltzfus, A. and K. Cable. 2014. Mendelian-mutationism: the forgotten evolutionary synthesis. Journal of the History of Biology 47(4):501–546.
- Cook, R.T. and M. Calasso. 2018. Review of Abstraction and Infinity (OUP, 2016) by Paolo Mancosu. Philosophia Mathematica.
- Dresow, M.W. 2019. Macroevolution evolving: punctuated equilibria and the roots of Stephen Jay Gould’s second macroevolutionary synthesis, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Biology and Biomedical Science, Part C, 75: 15-23.
- Dresow, M.W. 2019. Gould's laws: a second perspective, Biology & Philosophy, 34(46) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10539-019-9698-7.
- Dresow, M.W. 2017. Before hierarchy: the rise and fall of Stephen Jay Gould’s first macroevolutionary synthesis. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 39(2):6.
- Harkness, A., E.E. Goldberg, and Y.J. Brandvain. 2018. Heterosis from local drift load is likely insufficient to favor reversions to outcrossing. bioRxiv: 273946. doi: 10.1101/273946.
Harkness, A., Y.J. Brandvain, and E.E. Goldberg. 2018. Evolution of plant mating systems. Oxford Bibliographies in Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199941728-0095
Gabriela Huelgas Morales
- Huelgas Morales, G. and D.I. Greenstein. 2018. C. elegans germline cell death, live! PLoS Genetics 14(7):e1007425.
- Huelgas Morales, G. and D.I. Greenstein. 2018. Control of oocyte meiotic maturation in C. elegans. Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 84:90–99.
- Spike, C.A., G. Huelgas Morales, T., Tsukamoto, and D.I. Greenstein. 2018. Multiple mechanisms inactivate the LIN-41 RNA-binding protein to ensure a robust oocyte-to-embryo transition in Caenorhabditis elegans. Genetics 210(3):1011–1037.
- Liu, K.E. 2018. Rethinking causation in cancer with evolutionary developmental biology. Biological Theory 13(4):228–242.
- Liu, K.E., A.C. Love, and M. Travisano. 2017. How cancer spreads: reconceptualizing a disease. In G. Boniolo and M.J. Nathan (eds), Philosophy of Molecular Medicine: Foundational Issues in Research and Practice, 100–121. New York: Routledge.
- Love AC, Yoshida Y (2019) Reflections on model organisms in evolutionary developmental biology. In: W Tworzydlo, S Bilinski (eds) Evo-Devo: Non-model species in cell and developmental biology, pp. 3-20, Springer, Berlin
- Yoshida, Y. and H. Nakao. 2015. EvoDevo as a motley aggregation: local integration and conflicting views of genes during the 1980s. Biological Theory 10(2):156–166.