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Job: The Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell
University invites applications for a one-year, part-time lecturer.
Review of applications began on 20 July 2018 but applications will
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Special Issue: *Synthese* invites submissions for a special issue on biological
explanations of behaviour with an emphasis on questions pertaining to
explanatory pluralism and integration. Contributions from
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Book: Jeffrey H. Schwartz (ed.), *Rethinking Human Evolution*
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