Faculty Bookshelf: U – Z

View faculty publications (books, authored and edited, as well as selected articles) by author’s last name from U to Z below. Click on a book cover’s image or linked article citation to visit the publisher’s or retailer’s website.

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The letter W

Denis Walsh

Books

Selected Articles

  • Walsh, D.M. (forthcoming) Being human, Being Homo sapiens. In Hübner, K. (ed) Concepts: Human Nature. Oxford University Press.
  • Walsh, D.M. (forthcoming) Teleology and Purpose In: Love, A. and Nuño de la Rosa, L (eds) The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Developmental Biology. Springer
  • Walsh, D.M. (forthcoming) Aristotle and Contemporary Biology. In Connell, Sophia (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle’s Biology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Walsh, D.M. and K. Wiebe (forthcoming) The being of living beings: Hylomorphism versus Foundational Materialism. In Meincke, Anne-Sophie (ed). Biological Identity. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Walsh, D.M. (2019) The Paradox of Population Thinking In: Uller, T. and K. Laland (eds) Cause and Process in Biology. Cambridge, Ma.: MIT Press
  • Walsh, D.M. (2018) Objectcy and Agency: Toward A Methodological Vitalism. In Nicholson, D. and J. Dupré (eds) Everything Flows: Towards a process biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Walsh, D.M. A, Ariew, M. Matthen (2017) “Four Pillars of Statisticalism” Philosophy, Theory and Practice in Biology (New series) 1:1-17
  • Walsh, D.M. (2017) Chance caught on the wing: metaphysical commitment or methodological artifact? In Huneman, P and D. Walsh (eds) Challenging the Synthesis: Adaptation, Development, Inheritance Oxford University Press. pp. 239- 261
  • Walsh, D.M. and Philippe Huneman (2017) Challenging the Synthesis: Introduction. In Huneman, P. and D. Walsh (eds) Challenging the Synthesis: Adaptation, Development, Inheritance. Oxford University Press. pp. 1-36
  • Walsh, D.M. (2014)  “Function and teleology.” In Thompson, R. Paul and Denis M. Walsh (2014) Evolutionary Biology: Conceptual, Ethical and Religious Issues. Cambridge University Press. pp. 193-216.
  • Walsh D.M. (2014) “Adaptation and the Affordance Landscape.” In Pearce. T., Berger, G. and Desjardins. E. (eds). Entangled Life: Organism and environment in the Biological and social Sciences. Dordrecht: Springer pp. 213-236 (CD).
  • Walsh, D.M. (2012) “Situated Adaptationism.” In The Environment. Topics in Contemporary Philosophy Vol 9. Campbell, J.K., M. O’Rourke and M. M Slater (eds.), Contemporary Issues in MIT Press 89-116.
  • Walsh, D.M. (2013) Descriptions and Models: Some responses to Abrams’ Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science and the Biomedical Sciences 44: 302-308.
  • Walsh, D.M. (2013) “The Negotiated Organism: Inheritance, Development and the Method of Difference” Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 14 Jun 2013. DOI: 10.1111/bij
  • Walsh, D.M. (2010) “Not A Sure Thing,” Philosophy of Science 77: 147-171.

Owen Ware

Selected Articles

Jonathan Weisberg

Selected Articles

  • “Could’ve Thought Otherwise,” Philosophers‘ Imprint (forthcoming).
  • “Risk writ large” (with Johanna Thoma), in Philosophical Studies (2017) 174: 2369.
  • “Formal Epistemology”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015).
  • “You’ve Come a Long Way, Bayesians”, Journal of Philosophical Logic: 40th Anniversary Issue (2015), 44(6): 817–34.
  • “Updating, Undermining, and Independence”, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2015), 66(1): 121–59.
  • “Knowledge in Action”Philosophers’ Imprint, 2013.“
  • “The Argument from Divine Indifference”, Analysis (2012), 72(4): 707–14
  • “The Bootstrapping Problem”, Philosophy Compass (2012), 7(9): 597–610.
  • “Bootstrapping in General”Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 81 (2010), 525-48.
  • “Embedding If and Only If ”, with Adam Sennet, Journal of Philosophical Logic (2012), 41(2): 449–60.
  • “Representation Theorems and the Foundations of Decision Theory”, with Christopher J. G. Meacham, Australasian Journal of Philosophy (2011), 89(4): 641–63.
  • “Varieties of Bayesianism”, Handbook of the History of Logic, vol. 10 (2011), eds. Dov Gabbay, Stephan Hartmann, and John Woods.

Jessica Wilson

Selected Articles

The letter Y

Byeong-uk Yi

Selected Articles

  • “The Logic and Meaning of Plurals”, 2005 – Journal of Philosophical Logic 34 (5-6):459-506.
  • “The Logic and Meaning of Plurals”, (Part II), 2006 – Journal of Philosophical Logic 35 (3):239-288.

The letter Z

Lambert Zuidervaart

Books