『The Future of Phylogenetic Systematics: The Legacy of Willi Hennig』確定目次

David M. Williams, Michael Schmitt, and Quentin D. Wheeler (eds.)
(2016年6月刊行, Cambridge University Press[The Systematics Association Special Volume Series: 86], Cambridge, xvi+488 pp., US$155.00 / £99.99, ISBN:9781107117648 [hbk] → 版元ページ


List of contributors ix

Foreword. Willi Hennig and systematics: a personal view ― Norman I. Platnick xi
Introduction ― David Williams, Quentin Wheeler and Michael Schmitt 1
1. Mission impossible: the childhood and youth of Willi Hennig ― Willi E. R. Xylander 10
2. Willi Hennig: a shy man behind a scientific revolution ― Michael Schmitt 21
3. Willi Hennig's legacy in the Nordic countries ― Ole Seberg, Torbjørn Ekrem, Jaakko Hyvönen and Per Sundberg 31
4. Hennigian systematics in France, a historical approach with a glimpse of sociology ― Pascal Tassy 70
5. Are we all cladists? ― Andrew V. Z. Brower 88
6. How much of Hennig is in present-day cladistics? ― Michael Schmitt 115
7. The evolution of Willi Hennig's phylogenetic considerations ― Rainer Willmann 128
8. What we all learned from Hennig ― Gareth Nelson 200
9. Semaphoronts: 'the elements of biological systematics' ― Leandro C. S. Assis 213
10. Why should cladograms be dichotomous? ― René Zaragüeta Bagils and Sophie Pécaud 230
11. Hennig's auxiliary principle and reciprocal illumination revisited ― Randy D. Mooi and Anthony C. Gill 258
12. Dispersalism and neodispersalism ― Malte C. Ebach and David M. Williams 286
13. Molecular data in systematics: a promise fulfilled, a future beckoning ― Ward C. Wheeler and Gonzalo Giribet 329
14. Hennig, Løvtrup, evolution and biology ― Robin Bruce 344
15. Willi Hennig as Philosopher ― Olivier Rieppel 356
16. Hennig and hierarchies ― Charissa S. Varma 377
17. Chain, tree, and network: the development of phylogenetic systematics in the context of genealogical visualization and information graphics ― Nobuhiro Minaka 410
18. The relational view of phylogenetic hypotheses and what it tells us on the phylogeny/classification relation problem ― Stéphane Prin 431
19. This struggle for survival: systematic biology and institutional leadership ― Quentin Wheeler 469

Index 479