27-28 November 2013
Organisers: David Kalkman and Christopher Lean
|Skill, Learning, Play, and the Evolution of Language
|Information, Genomes, and Development
|Bowlby’s under-recognized employment of Tinbergen’s ‘four problems’ in Attachment Theory
|The evolutionary significance of learning (and how to rescue it from the Baldwin effect)
|Why the Race Debate Needs to Get Semantic
|Two sorts of modal properties of populations: selection and the supply of variation.