Biology & Philosophy
Recent decades have witnessed fascinating and controversial advances in the biological sciences. This journal answers the need for meta-theoretical analysis, both about the very nature of biology, as well as about its social implications. Biology and Philosophy is aimed at a broad readership, drawn from both the sciences and the humanities. The journal subscribes to no specific school of biology, nor of philosophy, and publishes work from authors of all persuasions and all disciplines. The editorial board reflects this attitude in its composition and its world-wide membership. Each issue of Biology and Philosophy carries one or more discussions or comparative reviews, permitting the in-depth study of important works and topics.
29 Volumes 132 Issues 1,379 Articles available from 1986 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Matthew H. Haber (July 2014)
How could a “blind” evolutionary process have made human moral beliefs sensitive to strongly universal, objective moral standards?
William J. Talbott (July 2014)
David Haig (July 2014)
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