Hope you enjoyed your Fall break days off. To get back in the swing of things, we’re scheduling our next reading group for next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the second floor lounge of the West Duke Building on East Campus.
We will be reading Grant Ramsey’s new BJPS paper “Organisms, Traits, and Population Subdivisions: Two Arguments against the Causal Conception of Fitness?”
Hope to see you then!
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Our next philosophy of biology reading group will be next Tuesday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the second floor lounge of the philosophy department. We will be reading “Regarding Biology as a Universal Science” by [redacted]. [Redacted] will be with us for the meeting, so I hope you will all come and give him or her some comments.
Our next reading group meeting will be tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the West Duke Building lounge. We will be discussing Clatterbuck, Sober, & Lewontin’s “Selection does not dominate drift, and vice versa” as well as “Drift sometimes dominates selection, and vice versa” by our very own Robert Brandon and Leonore Fleming. This promises to be a great discussion.