Frédéric Bouchard
Frédéric Bouchard
Department of Philosophy, University of Montreal
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Fitness, Probability and the Principles of Natural Selection.
F Bouchard, A Rosenberg
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 55 (4), 2004
1592004
From groups to individuals: evolution and emerging individuality
F Bouchard, P Huneman
MIT Press, 2013
1212013
Causal processes, fitness, and the differential persistence of lineages
F Bouchard
Philosophy of Science 75 (5), 560-570, 2008
1152008
Evolutionary analyses of non-genealogical bonds produced by introgressive descent
E Bapteste, P Lopez, F Bouchard, F Baquero, JO McInerney, RM Burian
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (45), 18266-18272, 2012
932012
Darwinism without populations: a more inclusive understanding of the “Survival of the Fittest”
F Bouchard
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and …, 2011
792011
Fitness
A Rosenberg, F Bouchard
732002
Symbiosis, lateral function transfer and the (many) saplings of life
F Bouchard
Biology & Philosophy 25 (4), 623-641, 2010
652010
Matthen and Ariew’s obituary for fitness: reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated
A Rosenberg, F Bouchard
Biology and Philosophy 20 (2-3), 2005
502005
Ecosystem evolution is about variation and persistence, not populations and reproduction
F Bouchard
Biological Theory 9 (4), 382-391, 2014
442014
A persistence enhancing propensity account of ecological function to explain ecosystem evolution
AC Dussault, F Bouchard
Synthese 194 (4), 1115-1145, 2017
352017
Understanding colonial traits using symbiosis research and ecosystem ecology
F Bouchard
Biological Theory 4 (3), 240-246, 2009
322009
What is a symbiotic superindividual and how do you measure its fitness
F Bouchard
From groups to individuals: Evolution and emerging individuality 16, 243, 2013
312013
Being human is a gut feeling
T Hutter, C Gimbert, F Bouchard, FJ Lapointe
Microbiome 3 (1), 1-4, 2015
292015
How ecosystem evolution strengthens the case for functional pluralism
F Bouchard
Functions: Selection and mechanisms, 83-95, 2013
252013
Evolution, fitness and the struggle for persistence
F Bouchard
DUKE UNIVERSITY, 2004
202004
Symbiosis, Transient Biological Individuality, and Evolutionary
F Bouchard
Everything flows: Towards a processual philosophy of biology, 186, 2018
162018
Sciences, technologies et sociétés de A à Z
J Prud'homme, P Doray, F Bouchard
Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2015
132015
From groups to individuals: perspectives on biological associations and emerging individuality
F Bouchard, P Huneman
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2013
132013
Philosophy and evolution: minding the gap between evolutionary patterns and tree-like patterns
E Bapteste, F Bouchard, RM Burian
Evolutionary Genomics, 81-110, 2012
132012
Functional diversity: An epistemic roadmap
C Malaterre, AC Dussault, S Rousseau-Mermans, G Barker, BE Beisner, ...
BioScience 69 (10), 800-811, 2019
102019
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