Marie I. Kaiser gives talk in Lisbon

Marie I Kaiser gave a talk, "Explanatory Reduction and Multiple Realization in Biology", at the Third Lisbon International Conference on Philosophy of Science at the Centre for Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon (CFCUL) on December 15, 2016.

Marie I. Kaiser receives the Offermann-Hergarten Award

Marie I. Kaiser received the Offermann-Hergarten Award from the University of Cologne for her book "Reductive Explanation in the Biological Sciences" (2015, Springer)

Marcel Weber has paper accepted

Marcel Weber has his paper "Which Kind of Causal Specificity Matters Biologically" in Philosophy of Science.

Marcel Weber's paper appears in Philosophy of Science

Marcel Weber's paper "On the Incompatibility of Dynamical Biological Mechanisms and Causal Graphs" appeared in Philosophy of Science 83: 959-971.

Marc Ereshefsky Receives SSHRC Grant

Marc Ereshefsky receives Insight Grant from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canda (SSHRC) for his project titled "Natural Kinds, Classification, and Scientific Practice". The grant runs from 2016-2020.

Marcel Weber gives public lecture in Minneapolis

Marcel Weber gave a Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science Colloquium talk, "How Objective are Biological Functions", in Minneapolis on December 2, 2016.

Core Team Meets in Minneapolis

Core Team members from Calgary, Geneva, and Minnesota, were in Minneapolis meeting and planning the 2017 Summer Institute in Banff, Alberta, Canada. Stay tuned for information about the 2017 Institute!

Ken Waters gives project-related talk in Edmonton

C. Kenneth Waters gave a colloquium talk, "No General Structure" in the Department of Philosophy at University of Alberta, Canada. November 17, 2016

Janella Baxter gives colloquium talk in Oakland

Janella Baxter gave a colloquium talk, "What's Really the Matter with Actual Difference Making?", at the Department of Philosophy at Oakland University, Rochester, MI. November 17, 2016

Marc Ereshefsky gave talk in Toronto

Marc Ereshefsky gave a talk, "Natural Kinds, Classification, and Scientific Practice", in the Department of Philosophy at University of Toronto. November 2016.