Massimo Pigliucci is Professor of Philosophy at the City University of New York.
His research focuses on the structure of evolutionary theory, the relationship between science and philosophy, and the relationship between science and religion. He received a Doctorate in Genetics from the University of Ferrara in Italy, a PhD in Botany from the University of Connecticut, and a PhD in Philosophy of Science from the University of Tennessee.
He has published over one hundred technical papers, and a number of books for both technical audiences and the general public.
Pigliucci has won the Dobzhansky Prize from the Society for the Study of Evolution. He has been elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science “for fundamental studies of genotype by environment interactions and for public defense of evolutionary biology from pseudoscientific attack.” He is also editor in chief of Philosophy & Theory in Biology and associated editor of Biology & Philosophy. He can be reached on the web at www.platofootnote.org.The articles here are reprinted with permission from his personal site, Rationally Speaking, so if you really need him to see a comment, it is probably better to do it there. Rationally Speaking