Philosophy, Theory, and Practice in Biology

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Philosophy, Theory, and Practice in Biology  
DisciplinePhilosophy of biology
Edited byChristopher Eliot
Joyce C. Havstad
Johannes Jaeger
Jonathan Kaplan
Roberta Millstein
Charles H. Pence
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OCLC no.1030129401
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Philosophy, Theory, and Practice in Biology (PTPBio) is a peer-reviewed, open-access, academic journal that aims to publish work from philosophers of science and theoretically-inclined biologists, and to encourage interactions across disciplinary boundaries. It is published by Michigan Publishing, the publishing arm of University of Michigan Library.[1] Prior to 2017, it was titled Philosophy and Theory in Biology (P&TB) (ISSN 1949-0739). After 2017, the journal expanded on the scope suggested by its previous title, Philosophy and Theory in Biology, to include explicitly the “practice” of biology.[2]

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PTPBio's articles are indexed by at least the Directory of Open Access Journals, Google Scholar, IsisCB (as relevant), JournalTOCs, PhilPapers, The Philosopher's Index, PhilSci Archive, and The Philosophy Paperboy. The journal is also listed in EBSCO Open Access Journals, EBSCO Complementary Index, OCLC OAIster, and Ulrichsweb Global Serials Directory. Following its relaunch, the journal is now pursuing inclusion in other indexes.[2][3]

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  1. "Publications". Michigan Publishing Services.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Philosophy Theory and Practice in Biology - About".
  3. "ISSN 2475-3025 (Online) | Philosophy, theory, and practice in biology | The ISSN Portal".

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