Evolutionary Biology. Special issue on Evolutionary Patterns

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Interessante numero speciale della rivista Evolutionary Biology sulle dinamiche evolutive

Evolutionary Biology
Volume 43, Issue 4, December 2016
Special issue on Evolutionary Patterns
Issue Editors: Nathalie Gontier

SUMMARY

Guest-Editorial Introduction: Converging Evolutionary Patterns in Life and Culture
Nathalie Gontier Pages 427-445

How to Rethink Evolutionary Theory: A Plurality of Evolutionary Patterns
Telmo Pievani Pages 446-455

Genealogies: Pedigrees and Phylogenies are Reticulating Networks Not Just Divergent Trees
David A. Morrison Pages 456-473

Lateral and Vertical Transfer in Biology, Linguistics and Anthropology: An Account of Widely Neglected Ideas in the Formation of Evolutionary Theories
Frank Kressing Pages 474-480

Cultural Evolution: A Review of Theory, Findings and Controversies
Alex Mesoudi Pages 481-497

Navigating Disciplinary Boundaries: Script, Games and the Role of Language
Alex de Voogt Pages 498-505

Origins of Life: Chemical and Philosophical Approaches
Vera M. Kolb Pages 506-515

Patterns and Processes in Cultural Evolution
Michael Bradie, Juan L. Bouzat Pages 516-530

Three Trends in the History of Life: An Evolutionary Syndrome
Daniel W. McShea Pages 531-542

From the Cell to the Ecosystem: The Physiological Evolution of Symbiosis
Ricardo Guerrero, Mercedes Berlanga Pages 543-552

Evolutionary Connectionism: Algorithmic Principles Underlying the Evolution of Biological Organisation in Evo-Devo, Evo-Eco and Evolutionary Transitions
Richard A. Watson, Rob Mills, C. L. Buckley, Kostas Kouvaris… Pages 553-581

Life With or Without Names
M. Casiraghi, A. Galimberti, A. Sandionigi, A. Bruno, M. Labra Pages 582-595

The Symbiotic Self
Jan Sapp Pages 596-603

Time: The Biggest Pattern in Natural History Research
Nathalie Gontier