Biology and Philosophy 23 (5):659-671. Do we need, and can we get, a single authoritative list of species? Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 11:311-332. Eventually he knew the fields he covered so well that the professional societies he was investigating made him a member and asked him to present papers on substantive issues in science. 1988. The Role of John Stuart Mill. “There are many whose careers owe something to David,” said Robert J. Richards, Morris Fishbein Professor of the History of Science at the University of Chicago, in a Chicago Sun-Times obituary. . Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press:180-187. Replication. Biology and Philosophy 9 (1):105–112. Hull got his undergraduate degree at Illinois Wesleyan University in 1960 and his Ph.D. at Indiana University in 1964, where he received the program’s first Ph.D. in the history and philosophy of science. Gene. This list of work is truly monumental. 1999b. Burghardt, Gordon M. 1990. Philosophy of Science 45:335-360. Truth, Selection and Scientific Inquiry. The metaphysics of evolution. 1984b. 1976a. Is Science Really a Young Man’s Game? David Hull. When David began work, biology was often treated in the philosophy of science as an afterthought. In What the philosophy of biology is: Essays dedicated to David Hull, edited by M. Ruse. For they are not, given the stipulations, individuals within the Earthian lineage that constitutes the horse species. Northwestern University 633 Clark Street, Evanston, IL 60208 | Evanston: 847-491-3741 | Chicago: 312-503-8649 | webmaster@northwestern.edu, Arizona State University Center for Biology and Society. A period of development: A response. Wonderful. Mr. The philosophy of biology, Oxford readings in philosophy. A general account of selection: biology, immunology, and behavior. Consistency and Monophyly. The Metaphysics of Evolution - Ebook written by David L. Hull. The Use and Abuse of Sir Karl Popper. From these sine quibus non, Hull thought that evolution was a necessary outcome. 1990a. In Foundational Problems in the Special Sciences: Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, London, Ontario, Canada, edited by R. E. Butts and J. Hintikka. I’m thinking of trying to write a blog looking at the current problems in psychology (and other sciences) with weak and unreliable results through this lens. David himself was close friends with, and a demic partner, of Michael Ruse, although they disagreed on crucial issues. The Philosophy of Biology book. 1989. 1978c. I have added my bibliography of David’s works below the fold. 1994d. Journal of Memetics – Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission 2:2–33 . 1984c. 1989. This effort has taken many forms. In. David Hull, Hod Carrier. Winsor, Mary Pickard. 313-324; reprinted in Hull … Published in Biology, Epistemology, Evolution, History, Metaphysics, Philosophy, Science, Social evolution, Species and systematics, Species concept and Systematics. 1992a. Ellegard, Alvar. Biology and Philosophy 7 (2):229-236. Individuality and selection. Biology and Philosophy 3:204-209. Social Studies of Science 33 (1):137-149. Arbor 145 (568):9-29. London: Chapman and Hall:357-380. Ghiselin, Michael T. 1974. Dordrecht: Kluwer:183-208. Physics provided the subject-matter and test cases for almost all of the most influential work. Sometimes it has meant ‘either explaining basic biology to philosophers or explaining basic philosophy to biologists’ (Hull 1996, p. 77). : Harvard University Press, 2005, also in Dutch and Korean the Archives of Scientific Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, for assistance in accessing the David Hull papers. Phil. Systematic Zoology 32:315-342. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Systematic Zoology 33:110-112. What the philosophy of biology is: essays dedicated to David Hull, Nijhoff international philosophy series; v. 32. See Paul Griffiths’ essay “David Hull’s Natural Philosophy of Science” for more. Cambridge, Mass. He is widely regarded as making known the field of research that became the philosophy of biology, and his career was devoted to understanding how science, and biology in particular, works. He was a close colleague of Mr. La epistemologìa evolutiva de David Hull: ¿Existe una ciencia de la difusion de teorìas cientìficas? In Introduction to reprinted edition of J. David Hull was one of the first graduates from the University of Indiana’s HPS program. Castle, D. 2002. Studying the study of science scientifically. David Hull was one of the first graduates from the University of Indiana’s HPS program. Book Review: Philosophy of Biological Science. : Harvard University Press. 2002. New York: Wiley:273-327. In The Cambridge Companion to the philosophy of biology, edited by D. L. Hull and M. Ruse. Biology and Philosophy 15:301–310. Philosophy of Science 46:613-622. Biology and Philosophy 5:473-487. New York: Cambridge University Press:103-119. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. The Philosophy of Marjorie Grene. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (06):902-904. 1979. 1988. In The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, edited by D. L. Hull and M. Ruse: Cambridge University Press. 2005–. Cladistics, Sociology and Success – a Comment on Donoghue’s Critique of David Hull. In 2009, Mr. 1988a. Why Did Darwin Fail? Certainty and Circularity in Evolutionary Taxonomy. Hull joined the Northwestern faculty in 1985 and was named the Dressler Professor in the Humanities in 1989. Does Science have a “global goal?”: a critique of Hull’s view of conceptual progress. EVANSTON, Ill. --- David L. Hull, 75, Dressler Professor in the Humanities Emeritus at Northwestern University and a leading philosopher of science, died Aug. 11 of pancreatic cancer at his home in Chicago. Is Science Really a Young Man’s Game? Mr. He was the author of several books, The Philosophy of Biology (Prentice-Hall, 1974), Science as a Process: An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science (The University of Chicago Press, 1988), and two collections of essays, The Metaphysics of Evolution (SUNY Press, … On Human Nature. The adaptive landscape of science. The epistemic significance of collaborative research. He hurriedly rewrote it (in ways Popper would not have approved, but Popper never read the final version, apparently) and it became the most cited paper of its time in the philosophy of biology. Darwin’s science and Victorian philosophy of science. 1989. Philosophy Of Biology by David Hull available in Trade Paperback on Powells.com, also read synopsis and reviews. These two books effectively set the debate in the history and philosophy of biology for the next forty years. 1993. What’s in a Meme? 2001a. La dualité génotype-phénotype en épistémologie évolutionnaire: remarques sur le modèle de David Hull: Groupe de recherche en èpistèmologie comparèe. Common sense and science. Reply to David Hull. Gatensrobinson, E. 1993. Vicente, Kim J. A populational approach to scientific change. What is a species? 2002. Griffiths, Paul E, and Karola Stotz. Includes bibliographical references. . Philosophy of the Social Sciences 6 (2):189. Biology and Philosophy 14 (4):481-504. Planck’s Principle. Maynard Smith, John. David Hull, along with Michael Ruse, William Wimsatt, and some others, changed this, and the change seemed Hull in December 2009. Why Falsification Is the Wrong Paradigm for Evolutionary Epistemology – an Analysis of Hull’s Selection Theory. This project investigates the ways that philosopher David Hull (1935-2010) put his own philosophical approach into practice. Grantham, Todd. I reserve the right to block users and delete any comments that are uncivil, spam or offensive to all. David Hull’s Natural Philosophy of Science. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Darwin’s science and Victorian philosophy of science. DAVID L. HULL WHAT PHILOSOPHY OF BIOLOGY IS NOT* Periodically through the history of biology, biologists have tried to do a little philosophy and occasionally a philosopher has turned his attention to biology. 1983c. What is a species? Ruiz, Rosaura, and Francisco J. Ayala. Hist Philos Life Sci 23 (3-4):341-360. The David L. Hull Collection consists of books and reprints from philosopher David Hull's personal library. Edited by L. H. David: State University of New York Press. 1981. Biology and Philosophy 23 (4):493-507. Multiply concurrent replication. Andersson, Claes. Wilson, Robert A., ed. 1998b. Biology and Philosophy 15 (3):425-442. 1990c. 1989, A Function for Actual Examples in Philosophy of Science, in What Philosophy of Biology Is: Essays for David Hull, M. Ruse (ed. David Hull, one of the dominant figures in contemporary philosophy of science, sets out in this 2001 volume a general analysis of this selection process that applies equally to biological evolution, the reaction of the immune system to antigens, operant learning, and social and conceptual change in science. 1983b. I just re-read Science as a Process (for the third time) this summer as I was lounging in Queensland. In Minds, machines, and evolution, edited by C. Hookway. Try to remain coherent, polite and put forward positive arguments if engaged in debate. The Creation of the Essentialism Story: An Exercise in Metahistory. An associated email address for Philip is ceol****@yahoo.com. B inding tight. David Hull, Science and Selection: Essays on Biological Evolution and the Philosophy of Science. A Review of David Hull, Science and Selection: Essays on Biological Evolution and the Philosophy of Science. Hist. David L. Hull and Michael Ruse, eds., The Cambridge Companion to The Philosophy of Biology. Reflections from the perspective of the history and philosophy of evolutionary biology. In Foundational problems in special sciences, edited by R. Butts and J. Hintikka. Science and selection: essays on biological evolution and the philosophy of science, Cambridge studies in philosophy and biology. Following on from William Hamilton’s notion of “inclusive fitness” as a driver of evolution, Hull supposed that memes were also inclusively fit – that it, a meme was fit if any of the individuals who had it flourished, and all who had a copy of the scientific meme shared in “conceptual inclusive fitness”. Biology and Philosophy 2:168-184. Hull was an advocate for gay and lesbian rights and worked with disadvantaged youth. Series Statement Nijhoff international philosophy series ; v. 32 Technical Details Staff View 1978. His view of science was a “hidden hand” view, in which the competitive aspects of science, as well as the cooperative, led to the progress of scientific theories. The limits of cladism. Mary, D. 1991. Biology & Philosophy 8 (4):441-443. Species: a history of the idea, Species and Systematics. Information in Biology. Ecology. 1976. Paper read at Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, at Salzburg , Austria. When faith and reason clash: evolution and the Bible. The ontological status of species as evolutionary units. British Journal for the History of Science 3 (12):309-337. Nelson, Gareth J., and Colin Patterson. 2001a. The epistemic significance of collaborative research. Lamarck among the Anglos. Hull began his academic career, Seeskin said, as a sociologist of science, specializing in the life sciences. Book Reviews: Darwin and His Critics: The Reception of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution by the Scientific Community. Darwin and the nature of science. The success of science and social norms. David Hull was the author of many papers, mainly published between 1965 and 1985. He expanded Dawkins’ idea of the meme, the cultural replicator, into a full-blown theory of science as an evolutionary process, hence the title of his 1988 book. The David L. Hull Collection consists of books from philosopher David Hull's personal library. East Lansing, Michigan: Philosophy of Science Association:3–13. 1965. However, he often noted that scientists, like organisms and genes, would act altruistically and cooperatively, because altruism at one level was inclusive self-interest at another. Popper took it upon himself to send this, without telling Hull, to the BJPS, and the first David knew of it was when the proofs arrived. He adopted many of Ernst Mayr’s views on the history of biology, particularly the (I claim) false notion that before Darwin, people were wedded to Aristotelian logic in natural history, but he also noted that Darwin’s reception was rapidly positive, and that religious opposition to his theories did not immediately arise. 2002. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:85-102. Overmann, Ronald J. From 1974 to 2005 he was based in the Division of History and Philosophy of Science, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Leeds. The Quarterly Review of Biology 69 (3):385-386. David Hull, one of the dominant figures in contemporary philosophy of science, sets out in this volume a general analysis of this selection process that applies equally to biological evolution, the reaction of the immune system to antigens, operant learning, and social and conceptual change in science. Science as a process: an evolutionary account of the social and conceptual development of science. Biology and Philosophy 21 (3):353-367. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press:295–330. Conceptual evolution and the eye of the octopus. Systematic Zoology 39:397-399. Systematic Zoology 39:420-423. Introduction. Cambridge UK; New York: Cambridge University Press:48-63. Plantinga, Alvin. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. I have a broad tolerance, but don't test it, please. Trees of Life – Essays in Philosophy of Biology. Hull was also one of the first philosophers to take cladism seriously. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 25 (4):332-334. Biology and Philosophy 3:241-261. Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, edited with David Hull, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007 Darwinism and its Discontents, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006 The Evolution/Creation Struggle Cambridge, Mass. 1988b. Mr. David L. Hull. Possibly all biological theories, including evolutionary theory, eventually will be reduced to physics and chemistry. Cambridge, Mass. Scientific change occurs, according to Mr. 1994a. 2003. 2nd ed, Science and its conceptual foundations. ———. Copyright @ 1978 by the Philosophy of Science Association. Deconstructing Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Context. Philosophical Issues in Systematics. Hull’s main philosophical contributions fall into three categories: (1) the philosophy of biological taxonomy, in which he famously attacked “essentialistic” views and defended the thesis that species are historical individuals; (2) the theory of selection processes, in which he exchanged the concept of “interactor” for that of Richard Dawkins’ concept of “vehicle,” and suggested an account of selection … Multiply concurrent replication. Essences and generation. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Philosophy in Review 29 (2):114. Rosenberg, Alexander. Philosophy of Science, 45 (1978) pp. In time, his colleagues -- myself included -- began to think of him more as an angel than a human being.”. The metaphysics of evolution. Conceptual Selection. Journal of the History of Biology 38 (1):137. Biology and Philosophy 7:217-228. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Hull is survived by his brother, Richard Hull of North Carolina, one niece and two nephews. The Replication entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia is coauthored by me because David thought I could advance my career by maintaining his article, for example. From this followed his “demic” conception of science (and, indeed, all cultural disciplines and traditions): to get ahead you have to make and maintain a circle of allies and colleagues, to promote each others’ work and protect each others’ professional interests. Hull, David L., Rodney E. Langman, and Sigrid S. Glenn. 1987. PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association 1982:479-503. 2000. 1989b. 2005. David L. Hull. The purpose of this Hull, David L. 1964. 2003. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel:91-102. 1984e. (replacing Dawkins’ term “vehicle”, which was more passive) for the environmental aspects of the evolving objects, as the foundational ontology of evolution. He lived openly as a gay man from the early 1960s. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Metaphysics of Evolution. 1997. In The role of behavior in evolution, edited by H. C. Plotkin. Griffiths, Paul E. 2000. In Sociobiology: Beyond nature/nurture? Philosophy of biological science. People Search, Background Checks, Criminal Records, Contact Information, Public Records & More Selection theory and social construction: the evolutionary naturalistic epistemology of Donald T. Campbell, SUNY series in philosophy and biology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. New York: Columbia University Press:5-23. A reply to Kitts. 1993. ———. Species: new interdisciplinary essays. Thanks for the expanded obituary. He adopted many of Ernst Mayr’s views on the history of biology, particularly the (I claim) false notion that before Darwin, people were wedded to Aristotelian logic in natural history, but he also noted that Darwin’s reception was rapidly positive, and that religious opposition to his theories did not immediately arise. Christian Scholar’s Review 21:8-32. 1996. 2004. This meant that the measure of a scientist’s fitness was the extent to which their ideas and work were cited and used by others. Philosophy of Science 67 (1):163-175. Can Kripke alone save essentialism? David L. Hull. Philip Hull in South Dakota. He also made out the claim that all the entities of evolution were historical individuals, not classes or natural kinds. AAAS Selected Symposium 35, edited by G. W. Barlow and J. Silverberg. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Australia License. 1998a. 335-360. Is science and evolutionary process? Hull was the author of a 1988 book, “Science as a Process: An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science,” perhaps his most well-known and controversial work. 1986. Ruse, Michael, and David L. Hull. ———. David Hull’s evolutionary model for the progress and process of science. 1973b. – P Griffiths. 1973a. ———, eds. The British Journal for the History of Science 22 (04):461-462. 1976b. 2006. Quarterly Review of Biology 49 (4):333. In Keywords in evolutionary biology, edited by E. Keller and E. Lloyd. Biology and Philosophy 23 (2):229-242. An evolutionary account of science: A response to Rosenberg’s critical notice. I read a number of his books and articles when working on my dissertation, but I should catch up on some of the newer work. 2009. David L. Hull: Science and Selection: Essays on Biological Evolution and the Philosophy of Science. A memorial service is being planned for October. The effect of essentialism on taxonomy: Two thousand years of stasis. 2001. In Cladistic perspectives on the reconstruction of evolutionary history, edited by T. Duncan and T. Stuessy. 2005. Between 1969 and 1974 he taught at the Universities of Texas, Toronto, California (Berkeley), and Pittsburgh. Philosophy of Science 69 (March 2002):150-168. Fine and P. K. Machamer. Review of Science as a Process, by David L. Hull. David Hull through two decades. Includes index. American Journal of Primatology 20 (4):293-295. Godfrey-Smith, Peter. 2010. Goodman, Nelson, Mary Douglas, and David L. Hull. The authors explore, in a variety of ways, what 'Darwin's dangerous idea' (Daniel Dennett) entails for doing philosophy. Farris on Haeckel, history, and Hull. Mr. In The Cambridge companion to Darwin, edited by J. Hodge and G. Radick. 1978a. He retired from the University in 2000. In What the philosophy of biology is: essays dedicated to David Hull, edited by M. Ruse. New Sci 79 (1121):862-865. : MIT Press. Cambridge, MA: Bradford/MIT Press:23-48. A function for actual examples in philosophy of science. We have 2 records for Philip Hull ranging in age from 48 years old to 48 years old. Hull, David L., and John S. Wilkins. 1983a. La analogía sociobiológica del desarrolllo de la ciencia, la epistemología evolucionista de David Hull. Wray, K. Brad. 1974b. Science and selection: Critical notice of David Hull’s Science as a process. The David L. Hull Collection includes a number of out-of-print books as well as published works on evolutionary biology, systematics and taxonomy, psychology, Darwin and the philosophy of science. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 1992. 2003. Conceptual issues in evolutionary biology. Hull, David L., and Michael Ruse. 1994. ———. 1984a. Thirty-one years of Systematic Zoology. August 12, 2010 | by Megan Fellman. I am starting a newsletter via subscription on Substack here, in 1974. During that program he attended a seminar with Karl Popper in the course of which he wrote a paper on essentialism in biology. He contributed significantly to many areas of philosophy of biology on topics such as reductionism, philosophies of systematics, and evolutionary theory. 2007. Units of evolution: a metaphysical essay. ———. The ideal species concept – and why we can’t get it. Science 182:1121-1124. 2001b. 1990. 2000. Mr. Philosophical discussion of systematics was a response to a ‘scientific revolution’ in that discipline in the 1960s and 1970s, a revolution which saw the discipline transformed first by the application of quantitative methods, and then by the ‘cladistic’ approach, which argues that the sole aim of systematics should be to represent the evolutionary relationships between groups of organisms (phylogeny). Sophisticated selectionism as a general theory of knowledge. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ———. 2008. Hull was also an early adopter of Richard Dawkins’ views on evolution, enthusiastically taking up the notion of a, , an entity that exactly or very nearly so copies its structure, and his own term. He is the author of Science as a Process: An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science; Philosophy of Biological Science; and Darwin and His Critics: The Reception of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution by the Scientific Community. Interior clean. Realistic philosophy of science. 2000. Mikkelson, Greg. Review of: Transformed cladistics, taxonomy and evolution. Isis 95:174-174. Biology and Philosophy 3:123-155. Mr. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 23 (2):291-291. Grene, Marjorie Glicksman. Hull, an evolutionary theorist, taught at Northwestern from 1985 to 2000. He held that selective processes worked in all evolutionary processes, including immunology and culture. Behav Brain Sci 24 (3):511-528; discussion 528-573. In Learning, development and culture: Essays in evolutionary epistemology, edited by H. Plotkin. In The Darwinian heritage, edited by D. Kohn. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press:168-191. 1994c. A mechanism and its metaphysics: An evolutionary account of the social and conceptual development of science. 1988d. Mishler, Brent D., and Robert N. Brandon. Light cover edge wear/scuff. 1987. They were donated to the Arizona State University Center for Biology and Society by Dr. The unpublished correspondence is found in the David L. Hull Papers, 1965–2004, ASP 2005.01, Archives of Scientific Philosophy, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System. Perspectives on Science 8 (1):53-69. The Philosophy of Biology Edited by David L. Hull and Michael Ruse Oxford Readings in Philosophy Drawing on work of the past decade, this volume brings together articles from the philosophy, history, and sociology of science, and many other branches of the biological sciences. In What the philosophy of biology is: essays dedicated to David Hull, edited by M. Ruse: Kluwer Academic Pub:1. Hull was also an early adopter of Richard Dawkins’ views on evolution, enthusiastically taking up the notion of a replicator, an entity that exactly or very nearly so copies its structure, and his own term interactor (replacing Dawkins’ term “vehicle”, which was more passive) for the environmental aspects of the evolving objects, as the foundational ontology of evolution. But he lived by his own views, and as a result a great many people, such as myself, owe David a lot of help. 2001. 1982b. Ontological Queries and Evolutionary Processes: Comments on Hull. Philosophy of Biological Science. He had his own twist, though. In Conceptual Issues in Evolutionary Biology, edited by E. Sober. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. No single paper is cited more often in this volume than an essay, 'On human nature', published by the philosopher David Hull in 1986. 2005. The sociology of sociobiology. 2002. 1991. Biology and Philosophy 13 (4):479–504. 4. Hull was also one of the first philosophers to take cladism seriously. Open Court, La Salle, IL:279–283. Are species really individuals? Some puzzles about species. Individuality, pluralism, and the Phylogenetic Species Concept. In Seventh proceedings of the international congress of logic methodology and philosophy of science, edited by P. Weingartner, R. B. Marcus and G. Dorn. Downes, Stephen M. 2000. Hull's work encompassed both history and philosophy of biology and centered on philosophical and historical considerations in theoretical taxonomy, systematics, evolutionary biology and genetics. In Species, New interdisciplinary essays, edited by R. A. Wilson. He taught biology and philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from 1964 to 1984. Bowler, Peter J. 28:149-174. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Compulsory service in the military was followed by 4 years at Illinois Wesleyan … After serving in the Army, Mr. Hull, David L., and Sigrid S. Glenn. [REVIEW] Stephen M. Downes - 2002 - Biology and Philosophy 17 (5):739-742. Darwin and his critics; the reception of Darwin’s theory of evolution by the scientific community. Hull, David L., and Sigrid S. Glenn. Book Reviews: … Science as a Process: An Evolutionary Account of the Social and Conceptual Development of Science, by David L. Hull… Science, Technology & Human Values 17 (2):237. 1967b. Mechanisms and Models. 2001. Wellington, New Zealand: Nova Pacifica. Hull held positions in scientific societies, including as president of the Philosophy of Science Association and the Society for Systematic Zoology. Currently, he is a senior honorary member of the Leeds Centre for History and Philosophy of Science. Darwinism & Philosophy is a highly diverse and very interesting collection of essays on the philosophical implications of Darwinism, originating from a conference on this topic held at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, in March 2001. 1967a. Species, in particular, were historical individuals in his view, which he and Michael Ghiselin argued in favour of. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press:139-159. In The Cambridge Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, edited by D. L. Hull and M. Ruse. Notes. 1994. Ideas from the philosophy ofscience were used to argue for both transformations, and the philosopher David … 1980a. One of his earliest ideas that has stood the test of time is the notion that species are individuals rather than classes of things with essential features. Theory in Biosciences 129:141–148. 2002. “When Northwestern first made him an offer, he took less than 15 minutes to think it over. Systematic Zoology 25:174-191. is the fundamental theory in biology, and all other biological theories must be brought into accord with it. Hull in December, 2009. The year before, he had published a book. Assuming that there is no possibility of previous contact between Earth and Buchephalus, the philosopher impressed with the biological definition of species (as Hull is) claims that the Buchephalean creatures cannot be horses. “For all intents and purposes, David invented the field of philosophy of biology as we now have it,” said Kenneth Seeskin, professor of philosophy and Philip M. and Ethel Klutznick Professor of Jewish Civilization in Northwestern’s Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. 2010. This didn’t mean you agreed with each other. Systematic Zoology 28 (4):520. A matter of individuality. Biology and Philosophy 2:397-414. Systematic Zoology 28:416-440. How classification works: Nelson Goodman among the social sciences. Edited by D. L. Hull. 2010. Life Sci. 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