My talk “Theoretical Virtues: do scientists think what philosophers think they ought to think?” at the Centre for Science and Philosophy at the University of Bristol on April 20 was recorded and uploaded to YouTube. View it here:
“Armchair Physics and the Method of Cases”. See Papers
I presented a poster on my paper “Theoretical Virtues: do scientists think what philosophers think they ought to think?” at the Online Poster Session of the PSA. Find it here:
Four new paper drafts (see Paper):
- Putting philosophical expertise to the test
- Armchair Physics and the Method of cases
- Explanation by Structural Necessitation
- Theoretical virtues: do scientists think what philosophers think they ought to think?
The book on Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method, which I co-edited and contributed a chapter to, has now been published:
My book is now available in paperback. Please visit http://cambridge.org/9781108435031. Enter PHI1320 at the checkout for a 20% discount.
Historical Case Studies: The “Model Organisms” of Philosophy of Science (with Raphael Scholl)
Are thought experiments disturbing? The case of armchair physics. Co-authored with Pierre Saint-Germier.