Stefaan Blancke
Stefaan Blancke
Assistant Professor Philosophy of Science, Department of Philosophy, Tilburg University
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Fatal attraction: the intuitive appeal of GMO opposition
S Blancke, F Van Breusegem, G De Jaeger, J Braeckman, ...
Trends in plant science 20 (7), 414-418, 2015
What makes weird beliefs thrive? The epidemiology of pseudoscience
M Boudry, S Blancke, M Pigliucci
Philosophical Psychology 28 (8), 1177-1198, 2015
How not to attack intelligent design creationism: Philosophical misconceptions about methodological naturalism
M Boudry, S Blancke, J Braeckman
Foundations of Science 15 (3), 227-244, 2010
Why do irrational beliefs mimic science? The cultural evolution of pseudoscience
S Blancke, M Boudry, M Pigliucci
Theoria 83 (1), 78-97, 2017
Evolutionary approaches to epistemic justification
H De Cruz, M Boudry, J De Smedt, S Blancke
dialectica 65 (4), 517-535, 2011
Four misunderstandings about cultural attraction
T Scott‐Phillips, S Blancke, C Heintz
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 27 (4), 162-173, 2018
Creationism in Europe
S Blancke, HH Hjermitslev, PC Kjśrgaard
JHU Press, 2014
Irreducible incoherence and intelligent design: A look into the conceptual toolbox of a pseudoscience
M Boudry, S Blancke, J Braeckman
The Quarterly review of biology 85 (4), 473-482, 2010
The implications of the cognitive sciences for the relation between religion and science education: The case of evolutionary theory
S Blancke, J De Smedt, H De Cruz, M Boudry, J Braeckman
Science & Education 21 (8), 1167-1184, 2012
Evolved to be irrational? Evolutionary and cognitive foundations
S Blancke, J De Smedt
Philosophy of pseudoscience: Reconsidering the demarcation problem, 341-379, 2013
Dealing with creationist challenges. What European biology teachers might expect in the classroom
S Blancke, M Boudry, J Braeckman, J De Smedt, H De Cruz
Journal of Biological Education 45 (4), 176-182, 2011
Creationism in Europe: Facts, gaps, and prospects
S Blancke, HH Hjermitslev, J Braeckman, PC Kjśrgaard
Journal of the American Academy of Religion 81 (4), 996-1028, 2013
Grist to the mill of anti-evolutionism: The failed strategy of ruling the supernatural out of science by philosophical fiat
M Boudry, S Blancke, J Braeckman
Science & Education 21 (8), 1151-1165, 2012
De-problematizing ‘GMOs’: suggestions for communicating about genetic engineering
S Blancke, W Grunewald, G De Jaeger
Trends in biotechnology 35 (3), 185-186, 2017
Creationism in the Netherlands
S Blancke
Zygonģ 45 (4), 791-816, 2010
From ends to causes (and back again) by metaphor: The paradox of natural selection
S Blancke, T Schellens, R Soetaert, H Van Keer, J Braeckman
Science & Education 23 (4), 793-808, 2014
Lord Monboddo’s Ourang-Outang and the Origin and Progress of Language
S Blancke
The Evolution of Social Communication in Primates, 31-44, 2014
Why people oppose GMOs even though science says they are safe
S Blancke
Scientific American, 2015
What’s wrong with the modern evolutionary synthesis? A critical reply to Welch (2017)
KB Tanghe, A De TiŤge, L Pauwels, S Blancke, J Braeckman
Biology & Philosophy 33 (3), 1-21, 2018
Catholic Responses to Evolution, 1859–2009: Local Influences and Mid‐Scale Patterns
S Blancke
Journal of religious history 37 (3), 353-368, 2013
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