- Faculty, Philosophy
- Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Physics, Philosophical History of Science
- M.Phil. Cambridge
- M.Sc. Oxford
- Ph.D. University of Maryland
Courses Recently Taught
- Naturalism in Contemporary Philosophy of Science (Fall 2014, Spring 2014)
- Scientific Realism Today (Spring 2011)
- Philosophy of Science (Spring 2012)
“Selecting the Next Generation.” Axiomathes, 30 (2020): 667-683. Online DOI 10.1007/s10516-020-09513-8.
“Philosophers Look at Quantum Mechanics,” in A. Cordero (Ed.) Philosophers Look at Quantum Mechanics. Editor. Springer: Synthese Library (2019): 1-16..
“Retention, Truth-Content and Selective Realism. In Evandro Agazzi (ed.), Scientific Realism: Objectivity and Truth in Science. Cham: Springer Nature (2017): 245-256.
“Pragmatism: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” in Gerhard Heinzmann (Ed.), Pragmatism and the Practical Turn in the Philosophy of the Sciences. Santarcangelo di Romagna: Franco Angeli Edizioni (2015): 26-39.
“Naturalism and Scientific Realism,” in Reflections on Naturalism (J.I. Galparsoro & A. Cordero, eds.). Boston: Sense Publishers (2013): 61-84
“Conversations across Meaning Variance.” Science & Education (Vol. 22, 2013): 1305-1313.
“Explanatory Elucidation and Scientific Realism,” in Representation and Explanation in the Sciences, E. Agazzi (ed.). Milano: Franco Angeli (2013): 70-90. Also published in Epistemologia (XXXV, 2012): 59-70.
“Contemporary Nativism, Scientific Texture, and the Moral Limits of Free Inquiry”. Philosophy of Science 72 (2005): 1220-1231.
“Are GRW Tails as Bad as They Say?”, in Philosophy of Science S66 (1999).
“Scientific Culture and Public Education”, in Science & Education, December, 2000.
“Realism and Underdetermination: Some Clues From the Practices-Up”. Philosophy of Science, S68 (2001).