Friday, 9 September 2011

Kim Sterelny - resources

Kim Sterelny is a researcher in evoultion interested in the culture.

Videos:

The Fate of the Third Chimpanzee


Signals, Honesty and the Evolution of Language


The Fate of the Third Chimpanzee

No memes in these talks, but Kim has penned various critiques of memetics.

References with relevance to memes:

  • Sterelny, Kim, Smith, Kelly and Dickison, Michael (1996) The extended replicator.
  • Sterelny, Kim, and Griffiths, P. (1999) Sex and Death: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Biology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.[criticism][book]
  • Sterelny, Kim (2001) Niche Construction, Developmental Systems and the Extended Replicator. in Cycles of Contingency, R. Gray, P. Griffiths and S. Oyama (eds.), Cambridge: MIT Press. pp. 329'349.
  • Sterelny, Kim (2003) Thought in a Hostile World. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Sterelny, Kim (2006a) The Evolution and Evolvability of Culture. [criticism]
  • Sterelny, Kim (2006b) Memes Revisited. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 57. 145'165. [criticism]
  • Sterelny, Kim (2007) Snafus: An Evolutionary Perspective. Biological Theory.

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