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Arizona State University
History And Philosophy of Science-School of Life Sciences
PhD, 2016
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States of America

About me

My research focuses on causal reasoning in biology. Most models in biology describe inherently causal phenomena without providing predictions of what would happen to one variable given an intervention on another variable. These models are consequently only implicitly causal. The aim of my research is to develop an understanding of causal systems in the biological sciences through the tools of explicit causal reasoning. This research is important to both philosophy and biology. From the point of view of philosophy, causal reasoning is part of a long tradition of understanding and representing rational inference, more generally. By focusing on …

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