Michael Ruse

Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Note :
Professeur de philosophie des sciences, University of Guelph, Canada (1965-2000), puis, Florida state university, Tallahassee (2000-)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0932 064X

Activities of Michael Ruse (51 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (37)

A meaning to life
The problem of war
Monotheism and contemporary atheism
On purpose
The Cambridge handbook of evolutionary ethics with Michael Ruse as Editor
On faith and science
Darwinism as religion
Science, evolution and religion
Science and spirituality
Le darwinisme
Complexity and the arrow of time with Michael Ruse as Editor
Science and spirituality
The Cambridge companion to the "Origin of Species" with Michael Ruse as Editor
Evolution with Michael Ruse as Editor
Philosophy after Darwin with Michael Ruse as Editor
Charles Darwin
The Oxford handbook of philosophy of biology with Michael Ruse as Editor
Evolution and religion
The Cambridge companion to the philosophy of biology with Michael Ruse as Editor
Darwinism and its discontents
Debating design with Michael Ruse as Editor
The evolution-creation struggle
Darwinian heresies with Michael Ruse as Editor
Genetically modified foods with Michael Ruse as Editor
Of the plurality of worlds with Michael Ruse as Editor
Can a Darwinian be a Christian ?
Biology and the foundation of ethics with Michael Ruse as Editor
The philosophy of biology with Michael Ruse as Editor
Religion and science with Michael Ruse as Editor
Evolutionary naturalism
What the philosophy of biology is with Michael Ruse as Editor
The Darwinian paradigm
But is it science? with Michael Ruse as Editor
Taking Darwin seriously
Sociobiology : sense or nonsense ?
Papers with Michael Ruse as Editor
The darwinian revolution

Mixed works (14)

Atheism
The Oxford handbook of atheism with Michael Ruse as Editor
The Cambridge encyclopedia of Darwin and evolutionary thought with Michael Ruse as Editor
The Gaia hypothesis
The philosophy of human evolution
The paleobiological revolution with Michael Ruse as Editor
Darwin and design
Mystery of mysteries
Monad to man
The darwinian paradigm
Taking Darwin seriously
Is science sexist ?
Sociobiology
The Darwinian revolution

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