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Lucius Outlaw, Jr.

Professor, Department of Philosophy

Research Interests: the emergence/formation/perpetuation, dispersals, evolution of bio-cultural populational groupings (nations, races, people, etc.); how sociality factors in; how to forge understandings of these (and other) matters, hence, the “philosophy” of knowledge-production regarding these matters.

Keywords: ‘races’ and evolution, population groups and evolution, culture and evolution, social biology, synthetic accounts (e.g., a ‘new’ Modern Synthesis?), philosophy of science/biology