Biology and Philosophy 23 (4):493-507. Mr. In Cladistic perspectives on the reconstruction of evolutionary history, edited by T. Duncan and T. Stuessy. Biology and Philosophy 3:241-261. A populational approach to scientific change. Biology and Philosophy 3:123-155. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Publisher: Prentice 1974 softcover in good condition. I have added my bibliography of David’s works below the fold. Kitcher, Philip. 1988b. : Harvard University Press, 2005, also in Dutch and Korean Maynard Smith, John. In Conceptual Issues in Evolutionary Biology, edited by E. Sober. 2007. 1989, A Function for Actual Examples in Philosophy of Science, in What Philosophy of Biology Is: Essays for David Hull, M. Ruse (ed. Science 202 (4369):717-723. 2005. An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science. In Keywords in evolutionary biology, edited by E. Keller and E. Lloyd. The metaphysics of evolution. Series Statement Nijhoff international philosophy series ; v. 32 Technical Details Staff View In The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, edited by D. L. Hull and M. Ruse: Cambridge University Press. This didn’t mean you agreed with each other. Systematic Zoology 32:315-342. Hull, David L., Peter D. Tessner, and Arthur M. Diamond. Hull in December, 2009. Selection theory and social construction: the evolutionary naturalistic epistemology of Donald T. Campbell, SUNY series in philosophy and biology. Social Studies of Science 33 (1):137-149. New Sci 79 (1121):862-865. I just re-read Science as a Process (for the third time) this summer as I was lounging in Queensland. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Philosophy of Science 45:335-360. David Hull, one of the dominant figures in contemporary philosophy of science, sets out in this 2001 volume a general analysis of this selection process that applies equally to biological evolution, the reaction of the immune system to antigens, operant learning, and social and conceptual change in science. Biology and Philosophy 5:473-487. Compulsory service in the military was followed by 4 years at Illinois Wesleyan … Nelson, Gareth J., and Colin Patterson. David L. Hull. Hull, David L., and Sigrid S. Glenn. He had his own twist, though. Farris on Haeckel, history, and Hull. 2005–. 2001. A memorial service is being planned for October. There are plenty of places you can accuse people of being pedophilic communist sexist pigs; don't do it here. Science and selection: Critical notice of David Hull’s Science as a process. Paper read at Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, at Salzburg , Austria. Hull, David L., and Michael Ruse. 1998a. Evidence from miscitations of the scientific literature. Assuming that there is no possibility of previous contact between Earth and Buchephalus, the philosopher impressed with the biological definition of species (as Hull is) claims that the Buchephalean creatures cannot be horses. In. Systematic Zoology 39:397-399. 28:149-174. Philosophy of Biological Science. Common sense and science. Chicago: Chicago University Press. The Creation of the Essentialism Story: An Exercise in Metahistory. . Colless, Donald. Hull’s main philosophical contributions fall into three categories: (1) the philosophy of biological taxonomy, in which he famously attacked “essentialistic” views and defended the thesis that species are historical individuals; (2) the theory of selection processes, in which he exchanged the concept of “interactor” for that of Richard Dawkins’ concept of “vehicle,” and suggested an account of selection … David Hull, Science and Selection: Essays on Biological Evolution and the Philosophy of Science. New York: Columbia University Press:5-23. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. New York: Wiley:273-327. (replacing Dawkins’ term “vehicle”, which was more passive) for the environmental aspects of the evolving objects, as the foundational ontology of evolution. Try to remain coherent, polite and put forward positive arguments if engaged in debate. American Journal of Primatology 20 (4):293-295. La dualité génotype-phénotype en épistémologie évolutionnaire: remarques sur le modèle de David Hull: Groupe de recherche en èpistèmologie comparèe. ———. Hull, in much the same way that evolutionary change occurs in the natural world -- via repeated cycles of variation, replication and environmental interaction. Units of evolution: a metaphysical essay. Systematic Zoology 25:174-191. Phil. Ruiz, Rosaura, and Francisco J. Ayala. British Journal for the History of Science 3 (12):309-337. The year before, he had published a book Darwin and His Critics. David L. Hull. 1994b. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. The adaptive landscape of science. Godfrey-Smith, Peter. 1978a. Studying the study of science scientifically. Thanks for the expanded obituary. What is a species? 1982a. David Hull’s Natural Philosophy of Science. B. Lamarck’s Zoological Philosophy: An Exposition with Regard to the Natural History of Animals. Hull proposed that Mendelian genetics was not reducible to molecular genetics early in the 1970s, in his book The Philosophy of Biological Science in 1974. DAVID L. HULL WHAT PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY IS NOT* Periodically through the history of biology, biologists have tried to do a little philosophy and occasionally a philosopher has turned his attention to biology. Ecology. The Metaphysics of Evolution - Ebook written by David L. Hull. 2002. 2006. He taught biology and philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from 1964 to 1984. 1988. 1975. He expanded Dawkins’ idea of the. He is widely regarded as making known the field of research that became the philosophy of biology, and his career was devoted to understanding how science, and biology in particular, works. 1998. Dordrecht: Kluwer:309-321. Multiply concurrent replication. The epistemic significance of collaborative research. 1983a. In Foundational problems in special sciences, edited by R. Butts and J. Hintikka. Philosophy of Science 69 (March 2002):150-168. Hull held positions in scientific societies, including as president of the Philosophy of Science Association and the Society for Systematic Zoology. Hull was also one of the first philosophers to take cladism seriously. He was a close colleague of Mr. 2nd ed. 1988c. Wilson, Robert A., ed. His view of science was a “hidden hand” view, in which the competitive aspects of science, as well as the cooperative, led to the progress of scientific theories. Contemporary Systematic Philosophies. A period of development: A response. David Hull: | |David Lee Hull| (15 June 1935 – 11 August 2010)|||| was a philosopher with a par... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. "Publications of David L. Hull": p. -327. All errors are my own. Hull, an evolutionary theorist, taught at Northwestern from 1985 to 2000.