網谷 祐一

AMITANI Yuichi

Senior Associate Professor

Affiliation
Center for Cultural Research and Studies
Title
Senior Associate Professor
E-Mail
yuiami@gmail.com
Web site
https://yuiami.wordpress.com/

Education

Courses - Undergraduate
Academic Skills 1
Academic Skills 2
Philosophy (English)
Philosophy (Japanese)
History of Science
Courses - Graduate

Research

Specialization
Philosophy of Science (esp. Philosophy of Biology)
History of Science
Environmental Ethics
Educational Background, Biography
Current Research Theme
Key Topic
Affiliated Academic Society
The International Society for History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology (ISHPSSB) Philosophy of Science Association American Philosophical Association

Others

Hobbies
School days' Dream
Current Dream
Motto
Favorite Books
Messages for Students
Publications other than one's areas of specialization

Dissertation and Published Works

The Modal Flexibility of Photographic Artworks Tetsugaku Kenkyu (The Journal of Philosophical Studies), 593, pp.1-15.
What a tale of two minds can be, in Nakao H. (ed.), Proceedings of CAPE International Workshops, 2012, CAPE Publications, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 69-76.
The Communication Puzzle of the Species Problem, Annals of the Japan Association for the Philosophy of Science, 21, pp. 1-20.
The natural frequency hypothesis and evolutionary arguments, Mind & Society, 14(1), pp. 1-19.
Prototypical reasoning about species and the species problem, Biological Theory, 10(4), pp. 289-300.
A tale of two minds: Past, present and future, Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science, 24, pp. 21-43
The general concept of species, Journal of Philosophical Ideas, Special Issue(Institute of Philosophy, Seoul National University), pp. 89-120.
The Effects of ``L-S Reading'' in English Extensive Reading Courses, HELES Journal, 18, pp.51-65.
Did Social Interactions Shape the Reflective Mind?, Kagakutetugaku Kagakusi Kenkyu (Philosophy and History of Science Studies), 15, pp. 1-24
Do New Evolutionary Studies of Consciousness Face Similar Methodological Problems As Evolutionary Studies of Mind?, Annals of the Japan Association for Philosophy of Science (Forthcoming).