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Lindsay R. Craig is an assistant professor of philosophy at Temple University. She specializes in philosophy of science and philosophy and history of evolutionary biology and evolutionary developmental biology. Her research focuses include scientific explanation, scientific change, and controversy dynamics. Previous publications can be found in Philosophy of Science and Biological Theory.

Pierre-Olivier Méthot is Assistant Professor in the History and Philosophy of Science at Laval University (Québec, Canada). He is also a member of the Centre interruniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST-UQAM) and Book Review Editor for the journal History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences.

Alfonso Arroyo-Santos teaches philosophy of science at UNAM, Mexico’s National University, and runs a private geoprospecting firm. He specializes in evolutionary biology and the interplay between theory and scientific practice.

Mark E. Olson is an evolutionary biologist at UNAM, Mexico’s National University. He studies the evolution of plant morphological diversity and the challenges of studying adaptation.

Francisco Vergara-Silva is a researcher at the Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). As a biologist, he has specialized in plant systematics and evo-devo, and participates in biological cognition-oriented ethnobiological projects. [End Page 379]

Alessia Pannese studied music, law, veterinary medicine, and neuro-biology. She is currently a graduate student in literature and the arts at the University of Oxford.

Nicholas W. Best is a doctoral candidate in History and Philosophy of Science at Indiana University, where he studied for masters degrees in Philosophy and HPS. He also holds degrees in Chemistry, HPS and Philosophy from the University of New South Wales. His current interests include philosophy of science, intellectual history of chemistry and Enlightenment views of revolution. [End Page 380]



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