Sterelny Kim, The Australian National University, Philosophy Department, Faculty Member. Studies Evolutionary Biology, Archaeology, and Philosophy. 8 Results Visit ‘s Kim Sterelny Page and shop for all Kim Sterelny books. Check out Kim Sterelny. Follow . by Kim Sterelny and Paul E. Griffiths. “Written with both clarity and rigor, Thought in a HostileWorld is a richly informed and sophisticated account of theevolution of complex cognition. Sterelny’s.

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Between and he spent half a year at Victoria and the other half here at the ANU. After he transitioned to full kimm at the ANU.

His research interests have always been in the border areas between philosophy and the sciences; syerelny of his research and graduate supervision has been in philosophy of biology and the philosophy of the cognitive sciences.

In the last decade and a half, he has been particularly interested in human evolution, and in understanding the the evolution of the distinctive features of human social life, and of the cognitive capacities that make that life possible. In addition to philosophy, Kim spends his time eating curries, drinking red wine, bushwalking, snorkelling and bird watching. Search query Search button.


Researchers Home Researcher profiles Flagged profiles. Biography Publications Projects and Grants. Sterelny, K’Culture and the Extended Phenotype: Sterelny, K’From code to speaker meaning’, Biology and Philosophy, vol.

Sterelny, K’Religion well explained? From Calls to Words’, Topoi: Rational choice in the neolithic?

Sterelny, K’Content, Control and Display: The Natural Origins of Content’, Philosophia. Symbols, Signals, and Norms’, Biological Theory, vol.

Kim Sterelny – Google Scholar Citations

Sterelny, K’Life in Interesting Times: Downes, Edouard Machery ed. Sterelny, KThe evolved apprentice: Brian Skyrm’s Signals ‘, Economics and Philosophy, vol. Sterelny, K’Language, gesture, skill: Sterelny, K’Darwinian spaces: Peter Godfrey-Smith on selection and evolution’, Biology and Philosophy, vol.

Sterelny, K’From hominins to humans: B- Biological Sciences, vol. Sterelny, K’Moral Nativism: A Sceptical Response’, Mind and Language, vol. Evolving Concepts and TheoriesSpringer, Dordrecht, pp. Kimbrough Oller and Ulrike Griebel ed. Sterelny, K’What is Evolvability? An Evolutionary Perspective’, Biological Theory, vol. Sterelny, K’The evolution and evolvability of culture’, Mind and Language, vol.


Sterelny, K’Made by Each Other: Organisms and Their Environment’, Biology and Philosophy, vol. Sterelny, K’Charting control-space: Comments on Susan Hurley’s animal action in the space of reasons’, Mind and Language, vol.

Professor Kim Sterelny

Sterelny, KThought in a Hostile World: Sterelny, K’Last Will and Testament: A Palaeo-ecological Puzzle’, Biology and Philosophy, vol. Sterelny, K’Just another species of Large Mammal? Human cognition in evolutionary focus’, New Zealand Science Review, vol. Sterelny, K’Book Review: Explaining Behaviour by Dan Sperber’, Mind, pp.

Sterelny, K’Sociobiology: The Evolution and Psychology of Unselfish Behaviour.

Sterelny, K’Supply-Side Biology: Sterelny, K’Dawkins’ Bulldog. Sterelny, K’Situated Agents: The descent of desire’, in Valerie Hardcastle ed.