Site dedicated to promoting post-Darwinian evolutionary science.
Entry from the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Colin Allen.
A regular series of lectures promoting research in the history and philosophy of biology, sponsored by LSE and UCL. Includes a schedule of upcoming lectures and related events.
A scientific hypothesis for the origin of mind based in evolutionary biology. Includes downloadable manuscript and a few graphics.
Designed for prospective and practicing elementary school teachers, provides a biology lesson, knowledge mapping, and alternative ideas for effectiveness in teaching biology.
Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science, University of the Basque Country. Includes information about the group, their research on different aspects of Philosophy of Biology, and some of the activities they organise.
A list of persons, institutes, research groups and journals within theoretical biology, philosophy and history of biology, and related areas of research.
Maintained by Michael R. Dietrich, of the Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College; includes links to web sites and online articles dealing with the philosophy of biology and related subjects.
Discussion of the beauty of evolution; explains that evolution is continuous and discontinuous at once, as is a good poem, or a work of art.
Entry from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Marc Ereshefsky.