Matt is an empirically-oriented philosopher who works on issues at the intersection of philosophy of science, social epistemology, social choice, and applied ethics. His central project aims to devise a set of strategies to help diverse groups of problem solvers make more effective judgements and decisions. He also has research interests in scientific reasoning, rationality, cooperation, collective action, collective responsibility, the nature of evidence, decision making under risk or uncertainty, and the role that moral norms play in our decisions. He has broad interdisciplinary training and has been involved with interdisciplinary centres …

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