The Past, Present, and Future of Integrated History and Philosophy of Science
Integrated History and Philosophy of Science (iHPS) is commonly understood as the study of science from a combined historical and philosophical perspective. Yet, since its gradual formation as a research field, the question of how to suitably integrate both perspectives remains open. This volume presents cutting edge research from junior iHPS scholars, and in doing so provides a snapshot of current developments within the field, explores the connection between iHPS and other academic disciplines, and demonstrates some of the topics that are attracting the attention of scholars who will help define the future of iHPS.
2018. ‘Great is Darwin and Bergson his poet’: Julian Huxley's other evolutionary synthesis, Annals of Science, 75(1), pp. 40-54
2016. Des évolutionnismes sans mécanisme: Les néolamarckismes métaphysiques d’Albert Vandel (1894-1980) et Pierre-Paul Grassé (1895-1985). Revue d'histoire des sciences, 2(2), pp.369-398.
Herring, Emily and Radick, Gregory. 2018. Emergence in Biology: From Organicism to Systems Biology. In. Gibb, Sophie, Hendry, Robin and Lancaster Tom (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Emergence. Routledge.
Loison, Laurent and Herring, Emily. 2018. Lamarckian Research Programs in French Biology. 1900-1970. in. Delisle, Richard G. (ed.). The Darwinian Tradition in Context: Research Programs in Twentieth-Century Evolutionary Biology. Springer
2017. The Genotype/Phenotype Distinction. in. Smith, Justin E. H. (ed.). Embodiment. Oxford University Press
2016. The Physicist and the Philosopher: Einstein, Bergson and the Debate that Changed our Understanding of Time. Annals of Science. 74(1), pp. 86-87