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Monthly Archive for December, 2016

Think Like a Bee

About the Author: Marcus Baynes-Rock is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Human Distinctiveness project. He is an Australian anthropologist whose academic interests lie in the relationships between humans and large carnivores, including these relationships throughout evolutionary history. The photo to the left of a man moving a bee hive isn’t particularly impressive without some context but it’s […]

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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. In previous blog posts, I have established […]

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About the Author: Craig Iffland is a doctoral student in Moral Theology and a John Templeton Foundation Graduate Student Scholar at the University of Notre Dame. His research interests include the philosophical anthropology of Thomas Aquinas, especially his views on human and non-human animal cognition and action, the Catholic origins of subjective rights of due process, […]

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About the Author: Marc Kissel is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Evolution of Wisdom project. His research focuses on the biological and social origins of humans. He is interested in human evolution and in applying mathematical models, genetic data, and anthropology to questions about our evolutionary history. As part of the “Evolution of Human Wisdom” project, I’ve found […]

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