• Jan Baedke, Tatjana Buklijas (eds.) (2021-): What Counts as Environment in Biology and Medicine: Historical, Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives. Special Issue in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A.
  • Azita Chellappoo (2021): Contrasting Narratives of Race and Fatness in Covid-19. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 43 (4), 120.
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  • Daniel S. Brooks, James DiFrisco, William C. Wimsatt (eds.) (2021): Levels of Organization in the Biological Sciences. MIT Press: Cambridge.
  • Baedke, Jan (2021): The origin of new levels of organization. In: D. Brooks, J. DiFrisco, W. Wimsatt (eds.): Levels of Organization in the Biological Sciences. MIT Press: Cambridge, 153-174.
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  • Jan Baedke, Alejandro Fábregas‑Tejeda, Guido I. Prieto (2021): Unknotting reciprocal causation between organism and environment. Biology & Philosophy 36 [download pdf]
  • Guido I. Prieto (2021): Review of: Kostas Kampourakis and Tobias Uller (eds.), ‚Philosophy of Science for Biologists‘. In: Journal for General Philosophy of Science [download pdf]
  • Abigail Nieves Delgado, Jan Baedke (2021): Does the human microbiome tell us something about race? Nature: Humanities & Social Sciences Communications [download pdf]
  • Francesco Catania, Jan Baedke, Alejandro Fábregas-Tejeda, Abigail Nieves Delgado, Valerio Vitali, Le Anh Nguyen Long (2021): Global climate change, diet and the complex relationship between human host and microbiome: Towards an integrated picture. BioEssays [download pdf]
  • Alejandro Fábregas Tejeda, Abigail Nieves Delgado, Jan Baedke (2021): Revisiting Hans Böker’s „Species Transformation Through Reconstruction: Reconstruction Through Active Reaction of Organisms“ (1935). Biological Theory [download pdf]
  • Alexander Böhm, Jan Baedke (2021): Translation of “Böker, Hans (1935). Artumwandlung durch Umkonstruktion: Umkonstruktion durch aktives Reagieren der Organismen [The Change of Species through Reconstruction: Reconstruction through the Active Reaction of Organisms]. Acta Biotheoretica, 1, 17–34″. Biological Theory. [download pdf]


  • Azita Chellappoo (2020): Review of: Alan Love and William Wimsatt, ‚Beyond the Meme‘. British Journal of Philosophy of Science Review of Books [online]
  • Jan Baedke, Scott F. Gilbert (2020): Evolution and development. In: E. Zalta (ed.): Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. [HTML version]
  • Jan Baedke (2020): What’s wrong with evolutionary causation? In: Acta Biotheoretica. [download pdf]
  • Jan Baedke, Alejandro Fábregas Tejeda, Francisco Vergara-Silva (2020): Does the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis entail extended explanatory power? In: Biology & Philosophy 35, 20. [download pdf]
  • Jan Baedke, Alejandro Fábregas-Tejeda, Abigail Nieves Delgado (2020): The holobiont concept before Margulis. In: The Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution. [download pdf]
  • Jan Baedke (2020): Mechanisms in evo-devo. In: A. Love (ed.): Philosophy of Evo-Devo (Evolutionary Developmental Biology – Reference Guide, edited by G.B. Müller & L. Nuño de la Rosa). Springer: Dordrecht. [download pdf]


  • Jan Baedke, Abigail Nieves Delgado (2019): Race and nutrition in the New World: Colonial shadows in the age of epigenetics. In: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 76, 101175 [download pdf]
  • Jan Baedke (2019): O organism, where art thou? Old and new challenges for organism-centered biology. In: Journal of the History of Biology 52, 293-324 (2019). [download pdf]
  • Jan Baedke (2019): What is a biological individual? In: Martín-Durán, J.M & B.C. Vellutini (eds.): Old Questions and Young Approaches to Animal Evolution. Springer: Dordrecht, 269-284. (2019) [download pdf]