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]