Publications [EN]

  1. Charbonneau, M., Bourrat P. (accepted) Fidelity and the grain problem in cultural evolution. Synthese.
  2. Charbonneau, M. (2020) Understanding cultural fidelity. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 71, 1209-33. (pdf)
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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)
  6. Miton, H. & Charbonneau, M. (2018) Cumulative culture in the laboratory: methodological and theoretical challenges. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285:20180677 (pdf)
  7. 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)
  8. 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)
  9. Charbonneau, M. (2016) Modularity and recombination in technological evolution. Philosophy & Technology, 29, 373-392. (pdf)
  10. 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)
  11. Charbonneau, M. (2015) Mapping complex social transmission: Technical constraints on the evolution of cultures. Biology & Philosophy, 30, 527-46. (pdf)
  12. 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)
  13. Charbonneau, M. (2014) Populations without Reproduction. Philosophy of Science, 81, 727-40. (pdf)
  14. 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)
  15. 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.
  16. Charbonneau, M. (2010) Extended thing knowledge. Spontaneous Generation: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science, 4(1), 116-28. (pdf)
  17. 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/