Spring 2023 seminar: spacetime and objectivity

Summer 2023 seminar for Princeton undergraduate students: Kierkegaard in Copenhagen

Fall 2023 seminar: the epistemological/ontological lesson of quantum physics

Link to: Princeton Logic Group

How logic works [princeton university press] [google books] [amazon]

The logic in philosophy of science

Invariance and ontology in relativistic physics

Review: On Theories: Logical Empiricism and the Methodology of Modern Physics, by W. Demopoulos

John Bell on subject and object

Mutual translatability, equivalence, and the structure of theories

Review of Steven French, There are no such things as theories

There is no invariant, four-dimensional stuff

Theories are not partially ordered

To be a realist about quantum theory

It keeps me seeking [oxford university press] [amazon] [review 1] [review 2] [review 3] [review 4]

From geometry to conceptual relativity

Quine's conjecture on many-sorted logic

Glymour and Quine on theoretical equivalence

On the conventionality of parastatistics

Why methodological naturalism? (available upon request)

What scientific theories could not be

Fine tuning does not imply a fine tuner

A theological critique of the fine-tuning argument

Plantinga on providence and physics

Algebraic quantum field theory

Does quantum theory kill time?

Complementarity of representations in quantum mechanics

No place for particles in relativistic quantum theories?

Reconsidering Bohr's reply to EPR

The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen state maximally violates Bell's inequalities

Entanglement and open systems in algebraic quantum field theory

On the nature of continuous quantities in classical and quantum mechanics

Generic Bell correlation between arbitrary local algebras in quantum field theory

Non-local correlations are generic in infinite-dimensional bipartite systems

Maximal beable subalgebras of quantum mechanical observables