Baraghith, K. (forthc.): From Games to Graphs: synthezising generalized evolutionary theory, Brill/Mentis. 

Reydon, T.A.C. (2022): ‘The proper role of history in evolutionary explanations’, Noûs, in press.


Reydon, T.A.C. (2021): ‘Generalized Darwinism as modest unification’, American Philosophical Quarterly 58: 79-93.

Baraghith, K. (2021): Phylogenetic Reconstruction of the Cultural Evolution of Electronic Music via Dynamic Community Detection (1975-1999), Evolution and Human Behavior 42/6, (together with M. Youngblood & P. Savage).


Baraghith, K. & Feldbacher-Escamilla, C. (2021): The Many Faces of Generalizing the Theory of Evolution, in: American Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 58, Issue 1, 35-49.


Baraghith, K. (2020): Investigating Populations in Generalized Darwinism, in: Biology and Philosophy 35/19.


Baraghith, K. & Feldbacher-Escamilla, C. (2020): Cultural Inheritance in Generalized Darwinism, in: Philosophy of Science 87, 1-25.

Reydon, T.A.C. (2016): ‘A critical assessment of graph-based Generalized Darwinism’, in: Jagers op Akkerhuis, G.A.J.M. (Ed.): Evolution and Transitions in Complexity: The Science of Hierarchical Organization in Nature, Cham: Springer, pp. 125-135.


Reydon, T.A.C. (2015): ‘The evolution of human nature and its implications for politics: A critique’, Journal of Bioeconomics 17: 17-36.


Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2015): ‘Searching for Darwinism in Generalized Darwinism’, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 66: 561-589.


Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2014): ‘Darwinism and Organizational Ecology: A case of in-completeness or incompatibility?’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 44: 364-373.


Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2013): ‘On the explanatory power of Generalized Darwinism: Missing items on the research agenda’, Organization Studies 34: 993-999.


Reydon, T.A.C. & Hoyningen-Huene, P. (2010): ‘Kuhn’s evolutionary analogy in The Structure of Scientific Revolutions and “The Road Since Structure”’, Philosophy of Science 77: 468-476.


Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2010): ‘Organizational ecology: No Darwinian evolution after all. A rejoinder to Lemos’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 40: 504-512.


Reydon, T.A.C. & Scholz, M. (2009): ‘Why organizational ecology is not a Darwinian research program’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences 39: 408-439.


Scholz, M. & Reydon, T.A.C. (2008): ’The population ecology programme in organization studies: Problems caused by unwarranted theory transfer’, Philosophy of Management 6: 39-51.