Bruce Glymour
Kansas State University
Department of Philosophy

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Selected publications

“Predicting Populations by Modeling Individuals”. Forthcoming in Proceedings of the INPC, MIT Press.

“Modeling Environments: Interactive Causation and Adaptations to Environmental Conditions”. Philosophy of Science 78:3 (July 2011), pp. 448-471.

“Correlated Interaction and Group Selection”. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 59 (2008), pp. 835-855.

“Stable Models and Causal Explanation in Evolutionary Biology”. Philosophy of Science 75 (2008), pp. 571-583.

“Watching Science” (with Clark Glymour and Maria Glymour), American Behavioral Scientist 51 (2008), pp. 1231-1259.

“In Defense of Explantory Deductivism”, Causation and Explanation, J. Campbell, M. O'Rourke and H. Silverstein (eds), MIT Press, 2007.

“Wayward Modeling: Population Genetics and Natural Selection”, Philosophy of Science 2006, 73:369-389

“On The Metaphysics of Probabilistic Causation: Lessons from Social Epidemiology”, PSA Proceedings 2003, 70:1413-1423

“Foraging Theory and Chancy Selection”, forthcoming in Determinism in Physics and Biology, Andreas Huettemann (ed), Mentis-Verlag, b Paderborn, 2003.

“Selection, Indeterminism and Evolutionary Theory”, Philosophy of Science 2001, 68:518-535

“Quantum Java: The Upwards Percolation of Quantum Indeterminacy” (with Marcelo Sabates and Andrew Wayne), Philosophical Studies 2001, 103:271-283

“Micro Indeterminism and Macro Determinism” (with Marcelo Sabates), Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Volume 10: Philosophy of Science, 2001

“Causal Realism, Epistemology and Underdetermination”, Patagonian Journal of Philosophy 2000, 1(2):43-66

“Data and Phenomena, A Distinction Reconsidered”, Erkenntnis 2000, 52: 29-37

“Population Level Causation and a Unified Theory of Natural Selection”, Biology and Philosophy 1999, 14: 521-536

“Is Pure R-Selection Really Selection”, Philosophy of Science (Supplement) 1999, 66: S185-195

“Contrastive, Non-Probabilistic Statistical Explanation”, Philosophy of Science 1998, 65: 448-471

“The Cartesian Theater Stance: Commentary on Dennett and Kinsbourne” (et al.), BBS, 15:209-210


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