A three day workshop in the philosophy of biology, taught by Professor John Dupré, Dr Christine Hauskeller, Professor Paul Griffiths and Dr Staffan Mueller-Wille, all respected academics in the field. The workshop will provide postgraduate students with an opportunity for an in-depth discussion of recent literature in the field that addresses classical topics of philosophy of science —classification, conceptual change, and causation— in a fresh way.
More details and POB PG call for papers: [ pdf ]
Genes Made Molecular[pdf] - C Kenneth WatersPhilosophy of Science, Vol. 61, No. 2 (June., 2004), 163-185
Type Specimens and Scientific Memory[pdf] - Lorraine Daston
In Defence of Classification[pdf] - John DupreStud. His. Phil. Biol &.Biomed. Sci., Vol 32, No.2, pp203-219, 2001
General Information: A Metaphor In Search of a Theory[pdf] - Paul E GriffithsPhilosophy of Science, Vol. 68, No. 3 (Sep., 2001), 394-412
Genes [pdf] - Phillip KitcherThe British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 33, No.4 (Dec., 1982), 337-359br />
Joining Lapland and the Topinambes in Flourishing Holland[pdf] - Staffan Muller-WilleScience in Context, 16(4), 461-488 (2003)