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Eric S Rogers


Eric S. Rogers is a philosopher of science and an evolutionary biologist. His major areas of interest are the philosophy of biology, general philosophy of science, and epistemology. His recent philosophical work centers on new approaches in the philosophy of science, process and pattern in multi-level selection, and issues pertaining to explanations, methods, and theories in invasion ecology. His biological work centers around historical ecology and principles of biological invasions.


  • B.A., Florida State University, 2007 (Philosophy & Psychology).
  • M.A., Florida State University, 2011 (History and Philosophy of Science).
  • M.S., University of Cincinnati (Biology; in progress).
  • PhD, University of Cincinnati (Philosophy; in progress).

Research Information

Research Interests

Philosophy of biology, history and philosophy of science, epistemology, bioethics, metaphilosophy