Graduate Student (Theoretical Philosophy)
My research is broadly in the field of philosophy of science and mainly concerns relationships between laws of nature and causal dependencies. I'm also interested in modern and historical theories of induction, and in epistemology in general in a science context. I like the idea of modeling learning as the evolution of a possibility space.
My secondary interest is in the history of the philosophy of science, and mainly Francis Bacon and the early early modern period.
January 4, 2016
Page editor: Mats Ingelström
Source: Department of Philosophy