History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences is an interdisciplinary journal committed to providing an integrative approach to understanding the life sciences. In specific terms, it welcomes submissions from biologists, historians, philosophers, and scholars in the social study of science that offer broad and interdisciplinary perspectives on the development of biology, especially as these perspectives illuminate both biology’s scientific development and its larger role in society. Submissions which are collaborative and feature different disciplinary approaches are especially encouraged, as are submissions written by senior and junior scholars (including graduate students).
HPLS also welcomes submissions featuring novel formats. While it is anticipated most submissions will represent recent scholarship, they may also include essays on contemporary issues or perspectives, results of unique workshops, and/or discussions featuring a wide-range of perspectives. Papers are published on the understanding that they have not been published before and are not concurrently under offer to any other journal. Authors will usually receive a decision on their articles within 3 months of receipt.
Journal encourages submissions of:
- Historical and philosophical research of all life science disciplines
- Interdisciplinary research of Medicine
- English Book reviews of non-English books that fall within area of remit
- Philosophical or historical discussions about Bioethics
Original PaperTopical Collection Darwin in the Humanities and the Social Sciences
Hughlings Jackson and the “doctrine of concomitance”: mind-brain theorising between metaphysics and the clinic
M. Chirimuuta (September 2017)
Catherine Larrère, Raphaël Larrère, Penser et agir avec la nature: Une enquête philosophique, éditions La Découverte, coll. Sciences humaines, France, 2015, 374 pp., €14.99
Héloïse Varin (August 2017)
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