Michael Ruse, Ph.D. is Professor of Philosophy and Zoology at Florida State University.
The author of many books including Mystery of Mysteries: Is Evolution a Social Construction?, Monad to Man: The Concept of Progress in Evolutionary Biology, The Philosophy of Biology, and Taking Darwin Seriously. New publications forthcoming include Can a Darwinian be a Christian? The Relationship Between Science and Religion, The Evolution Wars, and Cloning (edited volume). He is also the founder and editor of the journal Biology & Philosophy, and editor of the "Cambridge University Press Series in the Philosophy of Biology" (8 volumes published and 10 more volumes contracted).
- Review of Holmes Rolston’s “Genes, Genesis, and God”
- Is Evolution Just another Religion?
- Controversy over the Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Stephen Jay Gould: An Appreciation
- I Was Hungry, And Ye Gave Me Meat
- Human Creativity Considered Critically
- Cultural Context Yet Again
- Is Philosophy Useless? The Case of Human Cloning
- Konrad Lorenz, National Socialism, and Epistemology
- Being Mean to Stephen Jay Gould
- Evolutionary Reflections on The Great War and the New Millenium
- Review of Kenneth Miller’s “Finding Darwin’s God”
- Selfish Genes and Kindly People
- Philosophy and Sex: Not a Happy Couple
- Review of Ian McEwan’s “Enduring Love”
- Social Darwinism and National Socialism
- Review of Stephen Jay Gould’s “Rocks of Ages”
- Is Evolution a Secular Religion?
- Review of E.O. Wilson’s “Consilience”