Stefan Linquist, coordinator of the “Higher-Level Agency and Directionality in Ecology and Earth Science” projects, contributed to the Synthese article, “Epigenetic this, epigenetic that: comparing two digital humanities methods for analyzing a slippery scientific term.”
Hugh Desmond and Thomas Reydon are two of the editors of “Evolutionary Thinking Across Disciplines: Problems and Perspectives in Generalized Darwinism.”
Matthieu Barbier, co-PI of the “Open-ended evolution and organizational closure” project, contributed “Ecological perturbation” to the Dictionary of Ecological Economics.
Armin Schulz, coordinator of the “Modelling Agency Formally” projects, wrote “Explaining Human Diversity: the Need to Balance Fit and Complexity” in Review of Philosophy and Psychology.
Pierrick Bourrat, PI of the “Transitions in individuality: from ecology to teleonomy,” project, wrote the Open Access article “A coarse-graining account of individuality: how the emergence of individuals represents a summary of lower-level evolutionary processes” in Biology & Philosophy.