Seamus Bradley

Seamus Bradley

Visiting Research Fellow

University of Leeds

Biography

I am Seamus Bradley. Until recently, I was 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.

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Interests
  • Formal Epistemology
  • Decision Theory
  • Philosophy of Science
  • Normativity
  • Philosophy of Probability
Education
  • PhD in Philosophy, 2013

    London School of Economics

  • MA in History and Philosophy of Science, 2008

    University of Bristol

  • BSc in Mathematics and Philosophy, 2007

    University of Warwick

Recent Publications

(2021). Assessing the quality of the state-of-the-art regional climate information: the case of the UK Climate Projections 2018. Climatic Change.

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(2020). Making sense of non-factual disagreement in science. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science Part A.

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(2019). Aggregating Belief Models. Proceedings of ISIPTA 2019.

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(2019). Imprecise Probabilities. Computer Simulation Validation.

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(2019). Models on the move: Migration and imperialism. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A.

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