The entries are below, with links whenever possible (sometimes to the full article, often to abstracts). The lists are very obviously neither a complete (far from it, focusing mostly on the past few years) nor a balanced survey. Rather, they are entries that I "flagged" as worth remembering in my personal database. Still, they may be of interest, and I'd like to hear from our readers their thoughts about my suggestions, as well as suggestions of their own. So, here we go (within each group, entries are arranged from the most recent to the oldest paper, they do not include books, and some are articles instead of technical papers):
- 2007. H.H. Ehrsson. The experimental induction of out of body experiences. Science 317:1048.
- 2005. J.P.A. Ioannidis. Why most published research findings are false. PLoS Medicine 2:e124.
- 2002. A. Caso. Three skeptics' debate tools examined. Skeptical Inquirer, Jan/Feb:37-41. (This is the only one I couldn't find online, even on SI's own web site!)
- 2011. I. Douven. Abduction (Inference to the Best Explanation). Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- 2011. C. Chatam. 10 Important Differences Between Brains and Computers. ScienceBlogs.
- 2010. A.L. Roskies. How does neuroscience affect our conception of volition? Annual Review of Neuroscience 33:109-130.
- 2009. J. Kaplan. The paradox of stasis and the nature of explanations in evolutionary biology. Philosophy of Science 76:797-808.
- 2008. D.J. Glass & N. Hall. A brief history of the hypothesis. Cell 134:378-381.
- 2005. N. Shackel. The vacuity of postmodernist methodology. Metaphilosophy 36:295-320.
- 2005. Judge Jones. Tammy Kitzmiller et al. v. Dover Area School District. United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
- 2004. H. Chang. Complementary Science: History and Philosophy of Science as a Continuation of Science by Other Means. Pp. 235-250 in: Inventing Temperature: Measurement and Scientific Progress. Oxford University Press. (Link is to a magazine article that summarizes the chapter.)
- 2002. J. Kaplan. Historical evidence and human adaptations. Philosophy of Science 69:S294-S304.
- 2002. C. Cleland. Methodological and Epistemic Differences between Historical Science and Experimental Science. Philosophy of Science 69:474-496.
- 2001. S. Okasha. Hume and induction. The Philosophical Quarterly 51:307-327.
- 2000. M. Gill. Hume and human nature. Hume Studies 26:87-108.
- 2000. B. Forrest. Methodological naturalism and philosophical naturalism: clarifying the connection. Philo 3:7-29.
- 1997. S. Haack. Vulgar Rortyism. New Criterion.
- 1996. A. Sokal. A physicist experiments with cultural studies. Lingua Franca, May/Jun.
- 1992. R. Thom. Leaving Mathematics for Philosophy. Symposium on the Current State and Prospect of Mathematics, Barcelona, June 1991.
- 1987. J.H. Sobel. On the evidence of testimony for miracles: a bayesian interpretation of David Hume's analysis. The Philosophical Quarterly 37:166-187.
- 1984. R. Ariew. The Duhem Thesis. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 35:313-325.
- 1964. R. Hofstadter. The Paranoid Style in American Politics. Harper's Magazine, Nov:77-86.
- 1890. T.C. Chamberlin. The method of multiple working hypotheses. Science 15:92-96.
- 2011. R. Woods et al. Second order selection for evolvability in a large Escherichia coli population. Science 331:1433-1436.
- 2011. N. Shea et al. Three epigenetic information channels and their different roles in evolution. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02235.x.
- 2011. D.G. Blanchflower & A.J. Oswald. International happiness. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper 16668.
- 2010. L. Damisch et al. Keep your fingers crossed! How superstition improves performance. Psychological Science.
- 2009. I. Pyysiainen & M. Hauser. The origins of religion: evolved adaptation or by-product? Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
- 2009. J. Couzin. Friendship as a health factor. Science 323:454-457.
- 2008. J.A. Whitson & A.D. Galinsky. Lacking control increases illusory pattern perception. Science 322:115-117.
- 2008. D. Jablonski. Species selection: Theory and data. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 39:501-524.
- 2008. E. Jablonka & G. Raz. Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance: Prevalence, mechanisms, and implications for the study of heredity. Quarterly Review of Biology 84:131-176.
- 2007. K. Sand-Jensen. How to write consistently boring scientific literature. Oikos, doi: 10.1111/j.2007.0030-1299.15674.x
- 2007. R. Bukowski et al. Predictions of the properties of water from first principles. Science 315:1249-1252.
- 2005. M.J. West-Eberhard. Phenotypic accommodation adaptive innovation due to developmental plasticity. Journal of Experimental Zoology 304B:610-618.
- 1996. G.P. Wagner & L. Altenberg. Complex Adaptations and the Evolution of Evolvability. Evolution 50:967-976.
- 1995. C. Wedekind et al. Mhc dependent mate preferences in humans. Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences 260:245-249.
- 1994. J. Cohen. The earth is round (p<.05). American Psychologist 49:997-1003.
- 1992. S.A. Frank & M. Slatkin. Fisher's fundamental theorem of natural selection. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 7:92-95.
- 1991. P. Alberch. From genes to phenotype dynamical systems and evolvability. Genetica 84:5-11.
- 1987. L.V. Hedges. How hard is hard science, how soft is soft science? American Psychologist 42:443-455.
- 1979. S.J. Gould & R.C. Lewontin. The Spandrels of San Marco and the Panglossian Paradigm: A Critique of the Adaptationist Programme. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B205:581-598.
- 1974. R.C. Lewontin. The analysis of variance and the analysis of causes. American Journal of Human Genetics 26:400-411.
- 1958. R.M. Cooper & J.P. Zubek. Effects of enriched and restricted early environments on the learning ability of bright and dull rats. Canadian Journal of Psychology 12:159-164.