Adam Elga
Princeton University Dept. of Philosophy
1879 Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544-1006
office: 204 Marx Hall (can be located on campus map)
office phone: 609-258-1477 
email: adame@princeton.edu

Professor, Department of Philosophy. Areas of interest include decision and game theory, epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of science. CV.

Drafts

Papers

  • Lucky to be rational. Unpublished paper presented at the Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference on June 6, 2008.

Teaching

Spring 2018: Departmental research leave.

Fall 2018 (upcoming):

  • Metaphysics: Chance and Causation (PHI 540, Fall 2018). Taught jointly with Boris Kment
  • First Year Philosophy Graduate Seminar (PHI 550, Fall 2018)

Spring 2019:

  • Philosophical foundations of probability and decision theory (PHI 3xx, Spring 2019). Taught jointly with Alexander Meehan.

Past courses at Princeton:
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Past informal mini-courses from MIT's IAP:

Advising

Recommendation letter guide (students: please read this if you think you will ever ask me for a letter of recommendation or if you are about to ask me for one)
Grad student unit guide (grad students: please read this before asking me to work with you on a unit paper or exam)
Undergraduate independent work guide (undergraduates: please read this before asking me to work with you on a JP or senior thesis)


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