Philosophy and Science
I studied philosophy at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, with a focus on logic and metaphysics, graduating in 2001. After more than a decade in the working world, I felt something was missing in my intellectual life, and so in 2015 I returned to academia. I finished my Master's in Logic and Philosophy of Science at the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy in September 2017 while working on a research project for the Center for Advanced Studies. In October 2017, I began my PhD in Neuroscience at the GSN. My interests include argumentation and reasoning in science, science communication and the public sphere; economics and development; AI and machine learning; game theory and decision-making under uncertainty.
- Formal Models in Cognitive Psychology at ECAP 9, Munich, August 2017.
- Bayesian Utility Conditionals and Arguments from Consequence at Reasoning and Argumentation in Science, Munich, June 2017.
- What's Hot in Mathematical Philosophy in The Reasoner Volume 12, Number 4, April 2018