Alastair Wilson

  1. How Chance Explains” (with Michael Townsen Hicks), forthcoming in Noûs.
  2. Levels of Explanation, edited with Katie Robertson, forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
  3. How Could the Big Bang Arise from Nothing?”, The Conversation, 2022. Republished on BBC Future and translated into Latvian, Polish and Spanish.
  4. “Necessity First”Argumenta 14, 2022.
  5. “Fundamentality and Levels in Everettian Quantum Mechanics”, in Quantum Mechanics and Fundamentality, ed. Valia Allori, Springer, 2022.
  6. “Plenitude and Recombination”, in Perspectives on the Philosophy of David K. Lewis, eds. Helen Beebee and Anthony Fisher, Oxford University Press, 2022.
  7. “Counterpossible Dependence in Physics”, Philosophy of Science 88(5), 2021.
  8. A Minimalist Ontology of the Natural World, by Michael Esfeld and Dirk-Andre Deckert” (Review), forthcoming in dialectica.
  9. “Explanations of and in Time”, in Philosophy Beyond Spacetime, eds. Chris Wüthrich, Baptiste Le Bihan and Nick Huggett, Oxford University Press, 2021.
  10. “Classifying Dependencies”, in The Foundation of Reality: Fundamentality, Space and Time, eds. David Glick, George Darby & Anna Marmodoro, Oxford University Press, 2020.
  11. “Anthropic Contingency”, in The Nature of Contingency: Quantum Physics as Modal Realism, Oxford University Press, 2020.
  12. “Causation, Explanation and the Metaphysics of Aspect” (Review), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2019.
  13. Making Things Up, by Karen Bennett” (Review). Mind 128(510): 588-600, 2019.
  14. The Quantum Revolution in Philosophy, by Richard Healey” (Review). Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2018.
  15. Super-Humeanism: Insufficiently Naturalistic and Insufficiently Explanatory (Review), Metascience 27, 3, p. 427-431, 2018.

Michael Townsen Hicks

  1. “Counterparts and Counterpossibles: Impossibilities without Impossible Worlds”, forthcoming in Journal of Philosophy.
  2. “Democracy for Laws”, to appear in Levels of Explanation (eds. Katie Robertson and Alastair Wilson), forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
  3. Humean Laws for Human Agents, edited with Christian Löw and Siegfried Jaag, forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
  4. Proceedings of the Third Conference of the GWP, edited with Andreas Hüttemann and Martin Voggenauer, forthcoming in the Journal for the General Philosophy of Science.
  5. “How Chance Explains” (with Alastair Wilson), forthcoming in Noûs.
  6. “Breaking the Explanatory Circle”, forthcoming in Philosophical Studies.
  7. “Isolation Not Locality” (with Heather Demarest), forthcoming in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

Katie Robertson

  1. “Autonomy Generalized; or, Why Doesn’t Physics Matter More?”, forthcoming in Ergo.
  2. Levels of Explanation, edited with Alastair Wilson, forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
  3. “In Search of the Holy Grail: How to Reduce the Second Law of Thermodynamics”, forthcoming in The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.
  4. “The Demons Haunting Thermodynamics”, Physics Today 74(11): 44, 2021).
  5. “Asymmetry, Abstraction, and Autonomy: Justifying Coarse-Graining in Statistical Mechanics”, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 71(2): 547-579, 2020.
  6. “Stars and steam engines: To what extent do thermodynamics and statistical mechanics apply to self-gravitating systems?”, Synthèse 196: 1783-1808, 2019.

Nicholas Emmerson

  1. “A Defence of Manipulationist Noncausal Explanation: The Case for Intervention Liberalism”, forthcoming in Erkenntnis.
  2. “Understanding and scientific progress: lessons from epistemology”, Synthese 200(1): 1-18 (2022)
  3. PhD thesis title: “On the Nature of Progress in Science and Philosophy: An Explanation-First Approach”.

Noelia Iranzo Ribera

  1. PhD thesis title: “Causal Modelling and Metaphysics of Causation in Physics”.