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Department of History and Philosophy of Science

 

PhD student

College: St Edmund's
Supervisor: Anna Alexandrova and Jacob Stegenga
Research areas: Measurement, Values in Science, Philosophy of Economics, Philosophy of Statistics, Political Philosophy.

See full CV. (Check out FICICO, a podcast series with interviews about philosophy of science in Spanish.)

Note that my surname is 'Larroulet Philippi' (not 'Philippi').

 

Publications

"There is Cause to Randomize", in Philosophy of Science, Forthcoming (2022).

"On Measurement Scales: Neither Ordinal nor Interval?", in Philosophy of Science, Forthcoming (2021).

"Valid for What? On the Very Idea of Unconditional Validity", in Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 2021, Vol 51, Issue 2, pp. 151-175.

"Well-Ordered Science's Basic Problem", in Philosophy of Science, 2020, Vol 87, Issue 2, pp. 365-375.

 

Selected Talks

2021: "On Measurement Scales: Neither Ordinal nor Interval?". 27th Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Baltimore).

2021: [name omitted]. 8th Biennial Meeting of the European Philosophy of Science Association (Turin, online).

2021: [name omitted]. British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference (Kent, online).

2021: "When Values in Science are Not an Obstacle but a Solution". ANPOSS/ENPOSS/POSS-RT 2021 Joint Conference (Tokyo, Japan, online).

2020: "Ciencia, política y sociedad en el Sistema de Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental en Chile" [in Spanish]. Seminario Interdisciplinar Crítico Latinoamericano (SICLA) (Santiago).

2020: "Valid for What? On the Very Idea of Unconditional Validity". Philosophy of Social Science Roundtable (Atlanta).

2019: "What could Scientific Pluralism be?". APA Central Division Meeting (Denver).

2018: "Well-Ordered Science: Ideals and Procedures". 26th Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Seattle).

2018: "What could Scientific Pluralism be?". Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science Annual Conference (Regina). This paper won the Hadden Prize for the best graduate student paper presented.