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Monthly Archive for August, 2016

About the Author: Emanuele Ratti  is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science Project. He is a philosopher of biology interested in the epistemology of contemporary molecular biology with a particular focus on how the field is shaped by developments from a small-science regime to a big-science structure. What kind of norms […]

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About the Author: Adam Willows is a Postdoctoral Fellow working in the Human Distinctiveness Project. He specializes in philosophical theology, with particular interests in normative ethics, virtue, free will theory, and philosophy of religion. When one academic discipline brings its own perspectives to another’s work, it can sometimes result in apparently strange areas of focus that does’t […]

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About the Author: Tom Stapleford is an Associate Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies at the University of Notre Dame and co-principal investigator of Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science.  He studies the human sciences in the early twentieth century, particularly economics and the mind sciences (psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience). Science and Ethics “Science deals with […]

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About the Author: Emanuele Ratti  is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Developing Virtues in the Practice of Science Project. He is a philosopher of biology interested in the epistemology of contemporary molecular biology with a particular focus on how the field is shaped by developments from a small-science regime to a big-science structure. “[W]e cannot understand how […]

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About the Author: Gene Rogers is a member of the Human Distinctiveness Project, writing a book about how Christians think about blood. He is Professor of Religious Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of North Carolina. The evolutionary theory of costly signaling seeks to explain not only sexual selection but how social animals […]

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