Race, Science, and Ethics
October 17 @ 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM - LWSN 1142
Why this interest in Races?
Speaker: Dr. Edouard Machery, Associate Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
Selected Topical Bibliography
Machery, E. (2009) Doing without Concepts. New York: Oxford University Press.
Werning, M., Machery, E., and Schurz, G. (2005) The Compositionality of Concepts and Meanings: Foundational Issues. Frankfurt: Ontos.
Machery, E., Werning, M., and Schurz, G. (2005) The Compositionality of Concepts and Meanings: Applications to Linguistics, Psychology, and Neuroscience. Frankfurt: Ontos.
Machery, E., Faucher, L., and Kelly, D. (Forthcoming) "On the alleged inadequacy of psychological explanation of racism." The Monist.
Faucher, L., and Machery, E. (2009) "Racism: Against Garcia's psychological and moral monism." Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 39. 41-62.
Machery, E. (2007) "Concept empiricism: A methodological critique." Cognition, 104. 19-46.
Machery, E. (2007) "100 years of psychology of concepts: The theoretical notion of concept and its operationalization." Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 38. (63-84).
Machery, E. (2006) "Two Dogmas of Neo-Empiricism." Philosophy Compass, 1 (4). 398-412.
Faucher, L., and Machery, E. (2005) "Social construction and the concept of race." Philosophy of Science, 72. 1208-1219.
Why Care About the Polar Bear? Economic Analysis of Natural Resources Law and Policy, in THE EVOLUTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES LAW AND POLICY (2008)
Chapter: The Environment, in Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies (Cane & Tushnet, eds., 2003)