Griffiths lab, or 'Theory and Method in Biosciences', applies the philosophy of science to contemporary biological and biomedical research.
Pierrick's (@pierrickbourrat) new work on fitness decoupling is an example of philosophy *in* biology with Guilhem Doulcier (@geeklhem) and Katrin Hammerschmidt (@Hammerschmidt_K), both evolutionary biologists, theoretical and experimental, respectively.
Division of labor and fitness decoupling in evolutionary transitions in individuality https://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.10.23.352948v1 #bioRxiv
TMB welcomes Dan Nicholson as our first ‘virtual visiting fellow’. We’ll be meeting regularly online for the next three months exploring our different views of the organism. Where there’s a will there’s a way!
Our response to the current crisis - revising our curriculum to give a thorough introduction to medical epistemology https://sophi-events.sydney.edu.au/blog/
Paul Griffiths and John Matthewson reply to criticisms of their work on disease and evolution in a new paper 'Diseases are not Adaptations and Neither are Their Causes' in Biological Theory (Online First) http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13752-020-00350-x