Marie Curie Individual Fellow

University of Leeds


I am Seamus Bradley. I am currently a Marie Curie Individual Fellow at the University of Leeds. My interests are in Epistemology, Decision Theory, Philosophy of Science and Logic. My Marie Curie project is on “ Imprecise Probabilities as a Model of Rational Belief”.

Before Leeds I was an assistant professor at the University of Tilburg Philosophy Department. And before that, I was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy. I completeted a philosophy PhD at the London School of Economics in 2012. My thesis title was Scientific Uncertainty and Decision Making. The rest of my academic life is laid bare in my CV.


  • Formal Epistemology
  • Decision Theory
  • Philosophy of Science


  • PhD in Philosophy, 2012

    London School of Economics

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Imprecise Probability Models of Rational Belief

This project explores Imprecise probabilities as a model for rational belief.