Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Philosophical Logic
Associate Editor, Open Mind
Some representative publications include:
Resource Rationality, book draft.
Why be Random?, Mind.
Probing the Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Probabilistic Reasoning, with D. Ibeling, K. Mierzewski, and M. Mossé, Annals of Pure and Applied Logic.
A Topological Perspective on Causal Inference, with D. Ibeling, Proc. NeurIPS.
Causal Abstractions of Neural Networks, with A. Geiger, H. Lu, and C. Potts, Proc. NeurIPS.
Inference from Explanation, with L. Kirfel and T. Gerstenberg, in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
Normality and Actual Causal Strength, with J. Kominsky and J. Knobe, in Cognition.
Calibrating Generative Models: The Probabilistic Chomsky-Schützenberger Hierarchy, in Journal of Mathematical Psychology.
Axiomatization in the Meaning Sciences, with W. Holliday, in The Science of Meaning.
A Simple Logic of Concepts, with L. Moss, in Journal of Philosophical Logic.
Interleaving Logic and Counting, with J. van Benthem, Bulletin of Symbolic Logic.
See here for more links and a longer list of papers.
I will be teaching in Autumn and Winter quarters, but will be visiting Caltech in Spring quarter.
I can be reached at surname♠stanford.edu by replacing surname with my surname and ♠ with @.