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New articles for 2010 include:
Biology, philosophy of (signpost article): Tim Lewens
Causation and laws in biology: Mohan Matthen
Cultural evolution: Matteo Mameli and Kim Sterelny
Evolution and religion: Philip Kitcher
Evolutionary developmental biology: Ron Amundson
Evolutionary psychology: Lawrence Shapiro
Innateness: Matteo Mameli
Models in biology: Jay Odenbaugh
Modern synthesis, the: Anya Plutynski
Natural kinds in biology: Marc Ereshefsky
Natural selection and adaptation: Tim Lewens
Units and levels of selection: Samir Okasha
Emergence in physics: Robert Batterman
Euler, Leonhard: Jeremy Gray
Models in physics: Roman Frigg
Time, direction of: Jos Uffink
Physics, philosophy of (signpost article): Jeremy Butterfield