Dr Alexandru Marcoci

Dr Alexandru Marcoci

LSE Fellow in Government

Department of Government

+44 (0)207 955 6997
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CON 7.03
Office Hours
Mondays 14:00 - 16:00 in CON 6.01 (by appointment via LSE for You)
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About me

I am a Fellow in the LSE Department of Government and before that I received my PhD in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method. I divide my research time between the following projects. Firstly, I investigate whether large scientific collaborations can be treated as group agents. Secondly, I collaborate with the SWARM project and I develop and test rubrics for evaluating the quality of reasoning in intelligence reports. Thirdly, I argue for a more inclusive policy for bathroom access. Finally, I work on an abstract model explaining ideological polarization.

Research interests

  • Decision Theory
  • Epistemology
  • Political Theory
  • Bathroom Bills
  • Intelligence Analysis

Selected publications

  • Forthcoming. Alexandru Marcoci, "Monty Hall saves Dr. Evil: On Elga’s restricted principle of indifference", Erkenntnis
  • Forthcoming. Alexandru Marcoci and James Nguyen, "Objectivity, ambiguity, and theory choice", Erkenntnis
  • 2017. Alexandru Marcoci and James Nguyen, "Scientific rationality by degrees", in Massimi, M., J. W. Romeijn, and G. Schurz (eds), Proceedings of EPSA2015, Springer
  • 2015. Alexandru Marcoci, "Review of Michael G. Titelbaum, Quitting Certainties: A Bayesian Framework Modeling Degrees of Belief", Economics and Philosophy 31(1):195-200


Teaching responsibilities

GV100: Introduction to Political Theory