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Philosophy of Biology Articles Published 1930-1959 in

Erkenntnis, Philosophy of Science, Synthese, and the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science

  1. Friedrich Kraus, EINS- UND VIELES-PROBLEM IN BIOLOGISCHER BETRACHTUNG, Erkenntnis 1 (1930-1931): 341.
  2. Ludwig Bertalanffy, TATSACHEN UND THEORIEN DER FORMBILDUNG ALS WEG ZUM LEBENSPROBLEM, Erkenntnis 1 (1930-1931): 361.
  3. *Kurt Lewin, DER ÜBERGANG VON DER ARISTOTELISCHEN ZUR GALILEISCHEN DENKWEISE IN BIOLOGIE UND PSYCHOLOGIE, Erkenntnis 1 (1930-1931): 421.
  4. Julius Schaxel, DAS BIOLOGISCHE INDIVIDUUM, Erkenntnis 1 (1930-1931): 467.
  5. Max Hartmann, DIE METHODOLOGISCHEN GRUNDLAGEN DER BIOLOGIE, Erkenntnis 3 (1932-1933): 235.
  6. *Yrjö Renqvist, ÜBER DIE BEGRIFFLICHE BESTIMMUNG DER SINNESINHALTE (DAS MESSEN IN DER SINNES-PHYSIOLOGIE) UND ÜBER DAS WEBERSCHE GESETZ, Erkenntnis 3 (1932-1933): 348.
  7. Paul Jensen, KAUSALITÄT, BIOLOGIE UND PSYCHOLOGIE, Erkenntnis 4 (1934): 165.
  8. *Pascual Jordan, QUANTENPHYSIKALISCHE BEMERKUNGEN ZUR BIOLOGIE UND PSYCHOLOGIE, Erkenntnis 4 (1934): 215.
  9. R. A. Fisher, INDETERMINISM AND NATURAL SELECTION, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1934): 99.
  10. N. Rashevsky, FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICAL BIOPHYSICS, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 2 (Apr. 1934): 176.
  11. Edgar A. Singer, BEYOND MECHANISM AND VITALISM, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 3 (Jul. 1934): 273.
  12. Ralph S. Lillie, THE PROBLEM OF VITAL ORGANIZATION, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 3 (Jul. 1934): 296.
  13. H. J. Muller, THE VIEWS OF HAECKEL IN THE LIGHT OF GENETICS, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 3 (Jul. 1934): 313.
  14. O. O. Norris, A PREAMBLE TO AN ORGANISMIC THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE, Philosophy of Science 1, no. 4 (Oct. 1934): 460.
  15. Edgar Zilsel, P. JORDANS VERSUCH, DEN VITALISMUS QUANTENMECHANISCH ZU RETTEN, Erkenntnis 5, no. 1 (1935): 56.
  16. Erwin Bünning, SIND DIE ORGANISMEN MIKROPHYSIKALISCHE SYSTEME?, Erkenntnis 5, no. 5 (1935): 337.
  17. Pascual Jordan, ERGÄNZENDE BEMERKUNGEN ÜBER BIOLOGIE UND QUANTENMECHANIK, Erkenntnis 5, no. 5 (1935): 348.
  18. *N. Rashevsky, THE BIOPHYSICS OF SPACE AND TIME, Philosophy of Science 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1935): 173.
  19. Lawrence K. Frank, STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND GROWTH, Philosophy of Science 2, no. 2 (Apr. 1935): 210.
  20. *Edwin G. Boring, THE RELATION OF THE ATTRIBUTES OF SENSATION TO THE DIMENSIONS OF THE STIMULUS, Philosophy of Science 2, no. 2 (Apr. 1935): 236.
  21. Theodosius Dobzhansky, A CRITIQUE OF THE SPECIES CONCEPT IN BIOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 2, no. 3 (Jul. 1935): 344.
  22. W. M. Kruseman, VITALISME EN MECHANISME, Synthese 1, no. 1 (1936): 21.
  23. H. J. Jordan, LEVEN EN LEVENSVERSCHIJNSELEN, Synthese 1, no. 3 (1936): 53.
  24. W. M. Kruseman, PRIKKELVERSCHIJNSELEN BIJ PLANT, DIER EN MENSCH, I, Synthese 1, no. 4 (1936): 118.
  25. W. M. Kruseman, PRIKKELVERSCHIJNSELEN BIJ PLANT, DIER EN MENSCH, II, Synthese 1, no. 6 (1936): 180.
  26. W. M. Kruseman, PRIKKELVERSCHIJNSELEN BIJ PLANT, DIER EN MENSCH, III, Synthese 1, no. 8 (1936): 252.
  27. Raymond H. Wheeler, ORGANISMIC LOGIC IN THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE, Philosophy of Science 3, no. 1 (Jan. 1936): 26.
  28. Sidney Ratner, EVOLUTION AND THE RISE OF THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT IN AMERICA, Philosophy of Science 3, no. 1 (Jan. 1936): 104.
  29. Walter Zimmermann, STRENGE OBJEKT/SUBJEKT-SCHEIDUNG ALS VORAUSSETZUNG WISSENSCHAFTLICHER BIOLOGIE, Erkenntnis 7, no. 1 (1937): 1.
  30. *Hermann Baege, DIE MODERNE TIERPSYCHOLOGIE: IHRE AUFGABEN, PRINZIPIEN UND FORSCHUNGSMETHODEN, Erkenntnis 6, no. 4 (1937): 225.
  31. J. B. S. Haldane, SOME PRINCIPLES OF CAUSAL ANALYSIS IN GENETICS, Erkenntnis 6, no. 5-6 (1937): 346.
  32. *N. Rashevsky, PSYSICO-MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN BIOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, Erkenntnis 6, no. 5-6 (1937): 357.
  33. Georges Matisse, LES SYSTÈMES ORIENTÉS ET LES ÊTRES VIVANTS, Erkenntnis 6, no. 5-6 (1937): 367.
  34. W. M. Kruseman, DE HISTORIE VAN HET VITALISME, I, Synthese 2, no. 1 (Jan. 1937): 24.
  35. Ralph S. Lillie, DIRECTIVE ACTION AND LIFE, Philosophy of Science 4, no. 2 (Apr. 1937): 202.
  36. W. M. Kruseman, DE HISTORIE VAN HET VITALISME, II, Synthese 2, no. 5 (May 1937): 185.
  37. W. M. Kruseman, DE HISTORIE VAN HET VITALISME, III, Synthese 2, no. 10 (Oct. 1937): 438.
  38. Hans Winterstein, DER MIKROPHYSIKALISCHE VITALISMUS, Erkenntnis 7, no. 2 (1938): 81.
  39. F. S. C. Northrop, CAUSALITY IN FIELD PHYSICS IN ITS BEARING UPON BIOLOGICAL CAUSATION, Philosophy of Science 5, no. 2 (Apr. 1938): 166.
  40. W. M. Kruseman, DE ONZEKERHEIDSRELATIE IN DE BIOLOGIE, Synthese 3, no. 6 (Jun. 1938): 280.
  41. *J. J. Fahrenfort, DE TEGENWOORDIGE STAND VAN DE EVOLUTIE-GEDACHTE IN DE ETHNOLOGIE, Synthese 3, no. 8 (Aug. 1938): 341.
  42. G. J. Whitrow, ROBERT HOOKE, Philosophy of Science 5, no. 4 (Oct. 1938): 493.
  43. W. M. Kruseman, ORGANISME EN SAMENLEVING, Synthese 3, no. 11 (Nov. 1938): 456.
  44. Albert Daan, WIJSBEGEERTE EN GENEESKUNDE, Synthese 3, no. 12 (Dec. 1938): 513.
  45. Alfred Heilbronn & Curt Kosswig, PRINCIPIA GENETICA, Journal of Unified Science (Erkenntnis) 8, no. 4 (1939): 229.
  46. H. J. Jordan, CAUSALITEIT EN CAUSALE STRUCTUREN: DE BETEEKENIS VAN DEZE BEGRIPPEN VOOR DE WETENSCHAP VAN HET LEVEN, Synthese 4, no. 2 (Feb. 1939): 72.
  47. *S. Feitelberg, WAS SOLL IN DER SINNESPSYCHOLOGIE UND-PHYSIOLOGIE ALS ‘ADAEQUATER REIZ’ GELTEN?, Synthese 4, no. 3, Unity of Science Forum (Mar. 1939): 57.
  48. Albert Daan, SIGNIFISCHE PROBLEEMSTUDIE IN DE GENEESKUNDE, Synthese 4, no. 3 (Mar. 1939): 170.
  49. W. M. Kruseman, LEVEN EN NIET-LEVEN, Synthese 4, no. 5 (May 1939): 244.
  50. Hans Driesch, ENTELECHIE UND SEELE, Synthese 4, no. 6 (Jun. 1939): 266.
  51. William Seifriz, A MATERIALISTIC INTERPRETATION OF LIFE, Philosophy of Science 6, no. 3 (Jul. 1939): 266.
  52. William M. Malisoff, WHAT IS A GENE?, Philosophy of Science 6, no. 4 (Oct. 1939): 385.
  53. H. J. Jordan, SIGNIFIK UND BIOLOGIE, Synthese 4, no. 10-11 (Oct.-Nov. 1939): 486.
  54. Edgar Zilsel, HISTORY AND BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, Philosophy of Science 7, no. 1 (Jan. 1940): 121.
  55. Ralph S. Lillie, BIOLOGICAL CAUSATION, Philosophy of Science 7, no. 3 (Jul. 1940): 314.
  56. Arthur F. Bentley, THE HUMAN SKIN: PHILOSOPHY’S LAST LINE OF DEFENSE, Philosophy of Science 8, no. 1 (Jan. 1941), 1.
  57. John M. Reiner, DIFFUSION AND BIOLOGICAL MEMBRANE PERMEABILITY, II, Philosophy of Science 8, no. 1 (Jan. 1941): 105.
  58. Melvin Avrami, GEOMETRY AND DYNAMICS OF POPULATIONS, Philosophy of Science 8, no. 1 (Jan. 1941): 115.
  59. L. V. Heilbrunn, PROTOPLASMIC ACTIVITY, Philosophy of Science 8, no. 2 (Apr. 1941): 280.
  60. Ralph S. Lillie, THE PROBLEM OF SYNTHESIS IN BIOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 9, no. 1 (Jan. 1942): 59.
  61. R. W. Gerard, A BIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR ETHICS, Philosophy of Science 9, no. 1 (Jan. 1942): 92.
  62. *James T. Culbertson, A PHYSICAL THEORY OF SENSATION, Philosophy of Science 9, no. 2 (Apr. 1942): 197.
  63. Frank E. Egler, VEGETATION AS AN OBJECT OF STUDY, Philosophy of Science 9, no. 3 (Jul. 1942): 245.
  64. Ralph S. Lillie, LIVING SYSTEMS AND NON-LIVING SYSTEMS, Philosophy of Science 9, no. 4 (Oct. 1942): 307.
  65. Henry Winthrop, THE THEORETICAL BASIS OF BIOTYPOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 10, no. 2 (Apr. 1943): 131.
  66. Edgar J. Witzemann, THE ROLE OF CATALYSIS IN BIOLOGICAL CAUSATION, Philosophy of Science 10, no. 3 (Jul. 1943): 176.
  67. Y. H. Krikorian, LIFE, MECHANISM AND PURPOSE, Philosophy of Science 10, no. 3 (Jul. 1943): 184.
  68. *Ralph S. Lillie, THE PSYCHIC FACTOR IN LIVING ORGANISMS, Philosophy of Science 10, no. 4 (Oct. 1943): 262.
  69. *Trigant Burrow, THE NEURODYNAMICS OF BEHAVIOR: A PHYLOBIOLOGICAL FOREWORD, Philosophy of Science 10, no. 4 (Oct. 1943): 271.
  70. Vassily Pavlov, MATHEMATICS FOR THE DOCTOR IN THE MILLION, Philosophy of Science 11, no. 1 (Jan. 1944): 47
  71. *Ralph S. Lillie, VITAL ORGANIZATION AND THE PSYCHIC FACTOR, Philosophy of Science 11, no. 3 (Jul. 1944): 161.
  72. W. R. Dunlop, ORGANIZATION, Philosophy of Science 11, no. 3 (Jul. 1944): 171.
  73. Orville T. Bailey, LEVELS OF RESEARCH IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Philosophy of Science 12, no. 1 (Jan. 1945): 1.
  74. Henry S. Simms, THE FUTURE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH, Philosophy of Science 12, no. 1 (Jan. 1945): 19.
  75. Edgar J. Witzemann, CHEMISTRY AND EVOLUTION, Philosophy of Science 12, no. 3 (Jul. 1945): 179.
  76. J. Lee Kavanau, A THEORY ON CAUSAL FACTORS IN THE ORIGIN OF LIFE, Philosophy of Science 12, no. 3 (Jul. 1945): 190.
  77. Edgar A. Singer, MECHANISM, VITALISM, NATURALISM: A LOGICO-HISTORICAL STUDY, Philosophy of Science 13, no. 2 (Apr. 1946): 81.
  78. Gerhardt von Bonin, TYPES AND SIMILITUDES: AN ENQUIRY INTO THE LOGIC OF COMPARATIVE ANATOMY, Philosophy of Science 13, no. 3 (Jul. 1946): 196.
  79. George Gentry, ETERNAL OBJECTS AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF ORGANISM, Philosophy of Science 13, no. 3 (Jul. 1946): 252.
  80. W. M. Kruseman, ASPECTEN DER MODERNE BIOLOGIE IN NEDERLAND, Synthese 5, no. 3-4 (Jul.-Aug. 1946): 174.
  81. *H. Heath Bawden, THE PSYCHICAL AS A BIOLOGICAL DIRECTIVE, Philosophy of Science 14, no. 1 (Jan. 1947): 56.
  82. F. E. Lehmann, OBJEKT UND METHODE IN DER BIOLOGIE, Synthese 6, no. 1-2 (May 1947-May 1948): 44.
  83. Hans Fischer, EINHEIT UND METHODE IN DER BIOLOGIE, Synthese 6, no. 9-12 (May 1947-May 1948): 412.
  84. Heinz Herrmann, THE UNITY OF THE MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS OF LIVING MATTER, Philosophy of Science 14, no. 3 (Jul. 1947): 254.
  85. Charles G. Bell, MECHANISTIC REPLACEMENT OF PURPOSE IN BIOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 15, no. 1 (Jan. 1948): 47.
  86. David L. Miller, THE EFFECT OF THE CONCEPT OF EVOLUTION ON SCIENTIFIC METHODOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 15, no. 1 (Jan. 1948): 52.
  87. Charles P. Raven, FORMALIZATION OF THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS IN SOME BIOLOGICAL FIELDS, Synthese 7, no. 1-2 (1948-1949): 93.
  88. J. Clay, THE CONCEPT OF EVOLUTION, Synthese 7, no. 6B (1948-1949): 560
  89. Ralph S. Lillie, SOME ASPECTS OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 15, no. 2 (Apr. 1948): 118.
  90. W. E. Agar, THE WHOLENESS OF THE LIVING ORGANISM, Philosophy of Science 15, no. 3 (Jul. 1948): 179.
  91. Joseph H. Greenberg, THE LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF KINSHIP, Philosophy of Science 16, no. 1 (Jan. 1949): 58.
  92. *Anatol Rapoport, MATHEMATICAL BIOPHYSICS, CYBERNETICS AND SIGNIFICS, Synthese 8, no. 3-5 (1950-1951): 182.
  93. V. Westhoff, AN ANALYSIS OF SOME CONCEPTS AND TERMS IN VEGETATION STUDY OR PHYTOCENOLOGY, Synthese 8, no. 3-5 (1950-1951): 194.
  94. *M. H. Pirenne, DESCARTES AND THE BODY-MIND PROBLEM IN PHYSIOLOGY, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 1, no. 1 (May 1950): 43.
  95. *E. S. Russell, THE ‘DRIVE’ ELEMENT IN LIFE, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1950): 108.
  96. Ludwig von Bertalanffy, AN OUTLINE OF GENERAL SYSTEM THEORY, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 1, no. 2 (Aug. 1950): 134.
  97. W. M. Kruseman, GRADATION OF LANGUAGE IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMATICS, Synthese 8, no. 3-5 (1950-1951): 175.
  98. J. S. Wilkie, CAUSATION AND EXPLANATION IN THEORETICAL BIOLOGY, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 1, no. 4 (Feb. 1951): 273.
  99. Ralph S. Lillie, BIOLOGY AND UNITARY PRINCIPLE, Philosophy of Science 18, no. 3 (Jul. 1951): 193.
  100. *Karl W. Deutsch, MECHANISM, ORGANISM, AND SOCIETY: SOME MODELS IN NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE, Philosophy of Science 18, no. 3 (Jul. 1951): 230.
  101. Walter M. Elsasser, QUANTUM MECHANICS, AMPLIFYING PROCESSES, AND LIVING MATTER, Philosophy of Science 18, no. 4 (Oct. 1951): 300.
  102. *Adrian C. Moulyn, TIME IN RELATION TO NEUROPHYSIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of Science 19, no. 1 (Jan. 1952): 33.
  103. Lester S. King, IS MEDICINE AN EXACT SCIENCE?, Philosophy of Science 19, no. 2 (Apr. 1952): 131.
  104. J. H. Woodger, FROM BIOLOGY TO MATHEMATICS, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 3, no. 9 (May 1952): 1.
  105. David Le Vay, HANS SELYE AND A UNITARY CONCEPTION OF DISEASE, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 3, no. 10 (Aug. 1952): 157.
  106. *M. H. Pirenne, THE SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI’S THEORY OF PERSPECTIVE, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 3, no. 10 (Aug. 1952): 169.
  107. A. Bachem, HEISENBERG’S INDETERMINACY PRINCIPLE AND LIFE, Philosophy of Science 19, no. 4 (Oct. 1952): 261.
  108. *Warren S. McCulloch, INFORMATION IN THE HEAD, Synthese 9, no. 3-5 (1953): 233.
  109. *George Karreman, THE MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY OF PHYSIOLOGICAL EXCITATION, Synthese 9, no. 3-5 (1953): 248.
  110. *H. L. de Vries, THE INFORMATION CAPACITY OF THE HUMAN EAR AND OF THE COCHLEAR NERVE, Synthese 9, no. 3-5 (1953): 252.
  111. *George Karreman, RECENT MATHEMATICAL-BIOLOGICAL STUDIES ON COMMUNICATION, Synthese 9, no. 3-5 (1953): 255.
  112. *Harry A. Teitelbaum, THE RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM, Philosophy of Science 20, no. 1 (Jan. 1953): 42.
  113. J. H. Woodger, WHAT DO WE MEAN BY ‘INBORN’?, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 3, no. 12 (Feb. 1953): 319.
  114. George K. Plochmann, D’ARCY THOMPSON: HIS CONCEPTION OF THE LIVING BODY, Philosophy of Science 20, no. 2 (Apr. 1953): 139.
  115. Heinz Herrmann, AN ACCOUNT OF RECENT BIOLOGICAL METHODOLOGY: CAUSAL LAW AND TRANSPLANAR ANALYSIS, Philosophy of Science 20, no. 2 (Apr. 1953): 149.
  116. *M. H. Pirenne, PHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS IN THE PERCEPTION OF DISTANCE BY SIGHT AND BERKELEY’S THEORY OF VISION, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 4, no. 13 (May 1953): 13.
  117. *Richard D. Chessick, THE APPLICATION OF NEUROLOGICAL STUDIES IN AN APPROACH TO SOME PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS, Philosophy of Science 20, no. 4 (Oct. 1953): 300.
  118. *R. J. Pumphrey, THE EVOLUTION OF THINKING, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 4, no. 16 (Feb. 1954): 315.
  119. James K. Feibleman, THEORY OF INTEGRATIVE LEVELS, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 5, no. 17 (May 1954): 59.
  120. Lester S. King, WHAT IS DISEASE?, Philosophy of Science 21, no. 3 (Jul. 1954): 193.
  121. Reginald O. Kapp, LIVING AND LIFELESS MACHINES, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 5, no. 18 (Aug. 1954): 91.
  122. *J. R. Smythies, ANALYSIS OF PROJECTION, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 5, no. 18 (Aug. 1954): 120.
  123. Charles P. Raven, IRRATIONAL ELEMENTS IN SOME THEORIES OF LIFE, Synthese 10 (1955-1958): 359.
  124. *Kenneth E. Bock, DARWIN AND SOCIAL THEORY, Philosophy of Science 22, no. 2 (Apr. 1955): 123.
  125. L. L. Whyte, ONE-WAY PROCESSES IN PHYSICS AND BIOPHYSICS, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 6, no. 22 (Aug. 1955): 107.
  126. *R. A. Hinde, ETHOLOGICAL MODELS AND THE CONCEPT OF ‘DRIVE’, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 6, no. 24 (Feb. 1956): 321.
  127. H. A. C. Dobbs, DIATHESIS, THE SELF-WINDING WATCH, AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 8, no. 30 (Aug. 1957): 140.
  128. R. P. Gould, THE PLACE OF HISTORICAL STATEMENTS IN BIOLOGY, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 8, no. 31 (Nov. 1957): 192.
  129. A. Bachem, ETHICS AND ESTHETICS ON A BIOLOGICAL BASIS, Philosophy of Science 25, no. 3 (Jul. 1958): 169.
  130. Schuntaro Ito, BIOLOGISCHE ERKENNTNIS UND MODERNE PHYSIK, Philosophy of Science 25, no. 3 (Jul. 1958): 195.
  131. Marjorie Grene, TWO EVOLUTIONARY THEORIES, I, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 9, no. 34 (Aug. 1958): 110.
  132. Marjorie Grene, TWO EVOLUTIONARY THEORIES, II, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 9, no. 35 (Nov. 1958): 185.
  133. T. A. Goudge, CAUSAL EXPLANATIONS IN NATURAL HISTORY, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 9, no. 35 (Nov. 1958): 194.
  134. Thomas R. Williams, THE EVOLUTION OF A HUMAN NATURE, Philosophy of Science 26, no. 1 (Jan. 1959): 1.
  135. Frank B. Ebersole & Marvin M. Shrewsbury, ORIGIN EXPLANATIONS AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 10, no. 38 (Aug. 1959): 103.
  136. John R. Gregg, ON DECIDING WHETHER PROTISTANS ARE CELLS, Philosophy of Science 26, no. 4 (Oct. 1959): 338.
  137. J. J. C. Smart, CAN BIOLOGY BE AN EXACT SCIENCE?, Synthese 11, no. 4 (Dec. 1959): 359.

(* = 'hybrid' articles that bridge philosophy biology and philosophy of mind / philosophy of psychology)