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Matthew Parker
London School of Economics
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London School of Economics
Centre For Philosophy of Natural And Social Science
Research Associate
University of Chicago
Department of Philosophy
PhD, 2005
Areas of Specialization
Theories of Personal Identity
Quantum Determinism and Indeterminism
Ontological Pluralism
Ontological Realism
Infinitesimals and Probability
Conceptual Change in Science
Simulation in Science
Computation and Physical Systems, Misc
Empiricism, Misc
Hypercomputation
History of Mathematics
Mathematical Practice
Puzzle Cases in Personal Identity
Probabilistic Principles, Misc
Probabilistic Frameworks, Misc
Methodology in Metaphysics
Why is there Something?
Nonlinear Dynamics
Metaontology
Cosmological Arguments for Theism
Ontological Arguments for Theism
Ontological Arguments for Theism, Misc
Intuition, Misc
Implementing Computations
Noncomputable Processes
The Church-Turing Thesis
Computability
Mathematical Intuition
Conceptual Analysis
The Nature of Analytic Philosophy
Analysis
The Infinite
Chaos
History of Science, Misc
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Areas of Interest
Metaphilosophy
Conceptual Change in Science
Infinitesimals and Probability
Ontological Realism
Ontological Pluralism
Quantum Determinism and Indeterminism
Why is there Something?
Nonlinear Dynamics
Chaos
Simulation in Science
Computation and Physical Systems, Misc
Methodology in Metaphysics
Probabilistic Frameworks, Misc
Probabilistic Principles, Misc
Puzzle Cases in Personal Identity
Mathematical Practice
History of Mathematics
Hypercomputation
Empiricism, Misc
The Infinite
Analysis
Cosmological Arguments for Theism
Metaontology
Theories of Personal Identity
Science, Logic, and Mathematics
Philosophy of Probability
Philosophy of Physical Science
Philosophy of Mathematics
Metaphysics
Ontological Arguments for Theism
Ontological Arguments for Theism, Misc
The Nature of Analytic Philosophy
Conceptual Analysis
Mathematical Intuition
Computability
The Church-Turing Thesis
Noncomputable Processes
Implementing Computations
Intuition, Misc
History of Science, Misc
35 more