Publications [FR]

  1. Strachan, J., Curioni, A., Constable, M., Knoblich, G., Charbonneau, M. (2021) Evaluating the relative contributions of copying and reconstruction processes in cultural transmission episodes, PLOS ONE 16(9): e0256901. (pdf)
  2. Charbonneau, M., Bourrat P. (2021) Fidelity and the grain problem in cultural evolution. Synthese. (doc)
  3. Charbonneau, M. (2020) Understanding cultural fidelity. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 71, 1209-33. (pdf)
  4. Strachan, J., Curioni, A., Constable, M., Knoblich, G., Charbonneau, M. (2020) A methodology for distinguishing copying and reconstruction in cultural transmission episodes, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 2020, 3433-3439 (pdf)
  5. Charbonneau, M. (2020) Review of Love, A. C., and Wimsatt, W. C. (eds), Beyond the Meme: Development and Structure in Cultural Evolution.” History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 2020:42-47 (pdf)
  6. Heintz, C., Charbonneau, M., Fogelman, J. (2019) Integration and the disunity of the social sciences, In. Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Social Science: A Dialogue, Nagatsu, M., and Ruzzene, A. (eds.), Bloomsbury. (pdf)
  7. Miton, H. & Charbonneau, M. (2018) Cumulative culture in the laboratory: methodological and theoretical challenges. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285:20180677 (pdf)
  8. Charbonneau, M. (2018) Technical Constraints on Technological Evolution, In. Convergent Evolution and Stone-Tool Technology, Buchanan, B., Eren, M. I., and O’Brien, M.J. (eds.), 73-89. MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. (pdf)
  9. Charbonneau, M. (2018) Evo-Devo and Culture. Evolutionary Developmental Biology – A Reference Guide, Nuño de la Rosa, L., Müller, G., & Balari Ravera, S. (eds.), Online chapter, Springer. (pdf)
  10. Charbonneau, M. (2016) Modularity and recombination in technological evolution. Philosophy & Technology, 29, 373-392. (pdf)
  11. Charbonneau, M. (2015) All innovations are equal, but some more than others: (Re)integrating modification processes to the origins of cumulative culture. Biological Theory, 10, 322-35. (pdf)
  12. Charbonneau, M. (2015) Mapping complex social transmission: Technical constraints on the evolution of cultures. Biology & Philosophy, 30, 527-46. (pdf)
  13. Charbonneau, M. (2015) Review of Caporael, L., Griesemer, J. R., et Wimsatt, W. C. (eds.), Developing scaffolds in evolution, culture, and cognition. Cambridge, MIT Press, 2014, xiv + 426pp. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 37(2):228–230. (pdf)
  14. Charbonneau, M. (2014) Populations without Reproduction. Philosophy of Science, 81, 727-40. (pdf)
  15. Charbonneau, M. (2013) The cognitive life of mechanical molecular models. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 44, 585-94. (pdf)
  16. Charbonneau, M. (2013) Le réductionnisme scientifique et matérialisme éliminativiste. In. Matériaux Philosophiques Et Scientifiques Pour Un Matérialisme Contemporain, Silberstein, M. (ed.), 213-44. Paris : Éditions Matériologiques.
  17. Charbonneau, M. (2010) Extended thing knowledge. Spontaneous Generation: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science, 4(1), 116-28. (pdf)
  18. Charbonneau, M. (2008) Du statut empirique du matérialisme éliminativiste. Ithaque, 3, 153-71.

Online publications

  1. Charbonneau, M. (2020) The Participatory Age. ‘Cultural evolution in the digital age’ Book Club, International Culture and Cognition Institute. 19 June 2020. http://cognitionandculture.net/webinars/cultural-evolution-in-the-digital-age/the-participatory-age/
  2. Charbonneau, M. (2016) Your very own monster creation kit. ‘The Origins of Monsters’ Book Club, International Culture and Cognition Institute. 22 January 2016. http://cognitionandculture.net/webinars/the-origins-of-monsters-book-club/your-very-own-monster-creation-kit/
  3. Charbonneau, M. (2015) Intending to speak our minds, and speaking our minds. ‘Speaking our minds’ Book Club, International Culture and Cognition Institute. 19 June 2020. http://cognitionandculture.net/webinars/speaking-our-minds-book-club/intending-to-speak-our-mind-and-speaking-our-mind/