Substantial bibliographies of evolutionary epistemology are appended to the following works:
—Donald T. Campbell, "Evolutionary Epistemology," in P. A. Schilpp (ed. ), The Philosophy of Karl Popper (La Salle Ill.: Open Court, 1974; "The Library of Living Philosophers" Series), pp. 413-463.
—Franz M. Wuketits, Concepts and Approaches in Evolutionary Epistemology (Dordrecht, Boston, Lancaster: Reidel, 1984).
—Gerhard Vollmer, Evolutionäre Erkenntnistheorie (3rd ed., Stutt- gart, 1984).
—Werner Callebant and Rik Pinxten (eds. ), Evolutionary Episte- mology: A Multiparadigmatic Program (Dordrecht, Boston, Lan- caster, Tokyo: Reidel, 1987).
Among the numerous works of the field, I have found the writings of Donald T. Campbell especially lucid and interesting. See in particular his essay on "Natural Selection as an Epistemological Model" in R. Nasoll and R. Cohen (eds. ), A Handbook of Method in Cultural Anthropology (Garden City: 1970), pp. 51-85. Other books from which I have particularly profited are:
—K. R. Popper, Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972).
—Stephen Toulmin, Human Understanding (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972).
—V. J. Jensen and R. Harré (eds. ), The Philosophy of Evolution (New York, 1981).
—Robert Boyd and Peter J. Richerson, Culture and the Evolutionary