Stefan Linquist
Stefan Linquist
Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Guelph
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Past, present and future approaches using computer vision for animal re‐identification from camera trap data
S Schneider, GW Taylor, S Linquist, SC Kremer
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 461-470, 2019
The vernacular concept of innateness
P Griffiths, E Machery, S Linquist
Mind & Language 24 (5), 605-630, 2009
Distinguishing between “function” and “effect” in genome biology
WF Doolittle, TDP Brunet, S Linquist, TR Gregory
Genome biology and evolution 6 (5), 1234-1237, 2014
The distinction between innate and acquired characteristics
P Griffiths, S Linquist
Exploring the folkbiological conception of human nature
S Linquist, E Machery, PE Griffiths, K Stotz
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
Defending biodiversity: Environmental science and ethics
JA Newman, G Varner, S Linquist
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Philosophical issues in ecology: recent trends and future directions
M Colyvan, S Linquist, W Grey, PE Griffiths, J Odenbaugh, ...
Ecology and Society 14 (2), 2009
A second site occupied by Octopus tetricus at high densities, with notes on their ecology and behavior
D Scheel, S Chancellor, M Hing, M Lawrence, S Linquist, P Godfrey-Smith
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 50 (4), 285-291, 2017
Applying ecological models to communities of genetic elements: the case of neutral theory
S Linquist, K Cottenie, TA Elliott, B Saylor, SC Kremer, TR Gregory
Molecular ecology 24 (13), 3232-3242, 2015
Conceptual and empirical challenges of ascribing functions to transposable elements
TA Elliott, S Linquist, TR Gregory
The American Naturalist 184 (1), 14-24, 2014
Two myths about somatic markers
S Linquist, J Bartol
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 2013
Yes! There are resilient generalizations (or “laws”) in ecology
S Linquist, TR Gregory, TA Elliott, B Saylor, SC Kremer, K Cottenie
The Quarterly Review of Biology 91 (2), 119-131, 2016
Distinguishing ecological from evolutionary approaches to transposable elements
S Linquist, B Saylor, K Cottenie, TA Elliott, SC Kremer, T Ryan Gregory
Biological Reviews 88 (3), 573-584, 2013
Getting clear about the F-word in genomics
S Linquist, WF Doolittle, AF Palazzo
PLoS genetics 16 (4), e1008702, 2020
How do somatic markers feature in decision making?
JBS Linquist
Emotion Review 7, 81-89, 2015
Which evolutionary model best explains the culture of honour?
S Linquist
Biology & Philosophy 31, 213-235, 2016
A novel application of ecological analyses to assess transposable element distributions in the genome of the domestic cow, Bos taurus
B Saylor, TA Elliott, S Linquist, SC Kremer, TR Gregory, K Cottenie
Genome 56 (9), 521-533, 2013
Scientists’ concepts of innateness: Evolution or attraction
E Machery, P Griffiths, S Linquist, K Stotz
Advances in experimental philosophy of science, 172-201, 2019
Transposable element persistence via potential genome-level ecosystem engineering
SC Kremer, S Linquist, B Saylor, TA Elliott, TR Gregory, K Cottenie
BMC genomics 21, 1-15, 2020
The evolution of culture: volume IV
S Linquist
Routledge, 2017
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