A new blog post (in German) on philosophy of science and nature conservation is here on the Swiss Portal for Philosophy.
Reydon, T.A.C. (2020): ‘What is the foundation of biological classification? The search for natural systems’, in: Kampourakis, K. & Uller, T. (Eds): Philosophy of Science for Biologists, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, in press (publisher's book page here).
Reydon, T.A.C. (2019): ‘Taxa hold little information about organisms: Some inferential problems in biological systematics’, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 41: 40; here.
Preprint of Marc Ereshefsky's & my account of natural kinds, 'The Grounded Functionality Account of natural kinds' [pdf here] - comments and criticism are very welcome!
Reydon, T.A.C. (2020 or 2021): ‘On radical solutions in the philosophy of biology: What does “individuals thinking” actually solve?’, Synthese, in press, here.
Reydon, T.A.C. & Kunz, W. (2019): ‘Species as natural entities, instrumental units and ranked taxa: New perspectives on the grouping and ranking problems’, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126: 623-636.
Reydon, T.A.C. (2019): ‘Are species good units for biodiversity studies and conservation efforts?’, in: Casetta E., Marquez da Silva, J. & Vecchi, D. (Eds): From Assessing to Conserving Biodiversity: Beyond the Species Approach, Cham: Springer, pp. 167-193. [open access book - publisher's book page here]
Reydon, T.A.C. (2020): 'What attitude should scientists have? Good academic practice as a precondition for the production of knowledge', in: McCain, K.R. & Kampourakis, K. (Eds): What is Scientific Knowledge? An Introduction to Contemporary Epistemology of Science, New York & London: Routledge, pp. 18-32. [publisher's book page here]
The MA program in Philosophy of Science at Leibniz University Hannover accepts applications twice per year - see here for infos.
The Institute of Philosophy at Leibniz Universität Hannover and the Department of Philosophy at the University of Bielefeld are running a joint PhD program, Integrating Ethics and Epistemology of Scientific Research. The program is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as Research Training Group 2073. More information on the program is here.