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Expert Image Dr J. McKenzie Alexander
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: computational methods in philosophy, evolution of social/moral norms, evolutionary game theory, norms, philosophy

Expert Image Dr Jonathan Birch
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: kin selection, collective action, cooperation, evolution, inclusive fitness, joint action, know-how, natural selection, philosophy of biology, philosophy of science, relatedness, social behaviour

Expert Image Professor Luc Bovens
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: Bayesian epistemology, moral and political philosophy, philosophy of economics, philosophy of public policy, rational choice theory, social choice theory, voting theory

Expert Image Professor Richard Bradley
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: decision theory, hypothetical reasoning, philosophy of economics, social choice theory

Expert Image Professor Roman Frigg
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), Centre for the Analysis of Time Series (CATS), Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: climate change, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, randomness, chaos, complexity, probability, scientific realism, modelling, representation, reductionism., philosophy of physics, philosophy of science

Expert Image Professor Colin Howson
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: Bayesian methodology, euthanasia, foundations, logic, philosophy, probability, science

Expert Image Professor Christian List
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), Department of Government, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: formal epistemology, group agency, philosophy of social science, rational choice theory, social choice theory, theories of democracy and deliberation

Expert Image Professor Michael Otsuka
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: collective goods, egalitarianism, ethics of imposing risks, harming, and saving from harm, left-libertarianism, pensions, personal identity, prioritarianism, risk-pooling

Expert Image Professor Miklos Redei
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: philosophy of science, philosophy of physics, interpretation of probability, including quantum probability, foundations of quantum theory, algebraic quantum field theory, John von Neumann's life and work

Expert Image Dr Bryan Roberts
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: Galileo, bioethics, foundations of physics, history of physics, history of science, philosophy of finance, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of physics, philosophy of science, philosophy of time, quantum field theory, quantum mechanics, relativity theory

Expert Image Dr Alex Voorhoeve
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: health care allocation, moral and political philosophy, moral psychology, rational choice

Expert Image Dr Charlotte Werndl
Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: general philosophy of science, philosophy of climate science, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of physics, philosophy of statistics

Expert Image Professor John Worrall
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS), Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method
Experience keywords: 19th century, Realism -v- Instrumentalism, evidence-based medicine, evidence, logic, optics, physics, science

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