McLoone, B.M. 2012. Collaboration and human social evolution: review of Michael Tomasello's Why We Cooperate (MIT Press 2009). Biology & Philosophy 27: 137-147.

Barrett, M., H. Clatterbuck, M. Goldsby, C. Helgeson, B. McLoone, T. Pearce, E. Sober, R. Stern, and N. Weinberger. 2012. Puzzles for ZFEL, McShea and Brandon's Zero Force Evolutionary Law. Biology & Philosophy 27: 723-735.

McLoone, B.M. 2013. Selection explanations of token traits. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part C: Biological and Biomedical Sciences 44:342-346.

McLoone, B.M. and R. Smead 2014. The ontogeny and evolution of human collaboration. Biology & Philosophy 29: 559-576.

McLoone, B.M. 2015. Some criticisms of the contextual approach, and a few proposals. Biological Theory 10(2):116-124.

Loewe, L., K.S. Scheuer, S.A. Keel, V. Vyas, B. Liblit, B. Hanlon, M.C. Ferris, J. Yin, I. Dutra, A. Pietsch, C.G. Javid, C.L. Moog, J. Meyer, J. Dresel, B.M. McLoone, S. Loberger, A. Movaghar, M. Gilchrist-Scott, Y. Sabri, D. Sescleifer, I. Pereda-Zorrilla, A. Zietlow, R. Smith, S. Pietenpol, J. Goldfinger, S.L. Atzen, E. Freiberg, N.P. Waters, C. Nusbaum, E. Nolan, A. Hotz, R.M. Kliman, A. Mentewab, N. Fregien, and M. Loewe. 2017. Evolvix BEST names for semantic reproducibility across Code2Brain interfaces. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1387: 124-144.

McLoone, B., Fan, W.T.L., Pham, A., Smead, R. and Loewe, L., 2018. Stochasticity, selection, and the evolution of cooperation in a two-level Moran model of the snowdrift game. Complexity, 2018.

McLoone, B. M. 2018. Why a convincing argument for causalism cannot entirely eschew population-level properties: discussion of Otsuka." Biology & Philosophy 33: 11.

McLoone, B. M. 2019. Thumper the Infinitesimal Rabbit: A Fictionalist Perspective on Some “Unimaginable” Model Systems in Biology." Philosophy of Science 86: 662-671.

Orzack, S. H. and B.M. McLoone. 2019. Modeling in Biology: looking backward and looking forward. Studia Metodologiczne 39:73-98.

McLoone, B. M 2020. Population and organismal perspectives on trait origins. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 101288.