Charles T Wolfe scouts the answers.
philosophy of biology
Thomas Pradeu argues that facts about symbiotic microbes have radical implications for the nature of our identity.
Ellen Clarke finds inspiration in someone else’s flat.
Paul E Griffiths argues that biologists have two ways of thinking about genes.
A M Ferner asks, what does it mean to have a life?
John Dupré on the view of living things as deeply intertwined processes.
Jeffrey A Barrett on a new movement in the philosophy of science.