Modelling Nature: An Opinionated Introduction to Scientific Representation
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1. Problems Concerning Scientific Representation
2. General Griceanism and Stipulative Fiat
3. The Similarity View
4. The Structuralist View
5. The Inferential View
6. The Fiction View of Models
8. The DEKI Account
9. DEKI Goes Forth
He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the University of London and masters degrees both in theoretical physics and philosophy from the University of Basel, Switzerland. His research interests lie in general philosophy of science and philosophy of physics, and he has published papers on climate change, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, randomness, chaos, complexity, probability, scientific realism, computer simulations, modelling, scientific representation, reductionism, confirmation, and the relation between art and science. His current work focuses on predictability and climate change, the foundation of statistical mechanics, and the nature of scientific models and theories.James Nguyen is a Postdoctoral Researcher in the History and Philosophy of Science Program at the University of Notre Dame and a Research Associate of the CPNSS at the LSE. He holds a PhD in Philosophy from the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, also at the LSE, as well as a masters degree from King's College London and an undergraduate degree from the University of Cambridge. His research interests lie in the general philosophy of science and its intersections with the philosophy of the specific sciences and other areas of philosophy. He has published papers on scientific modeling, scientific representation, the ontology of scientific models, the structure of scientific theories, the relationship between art and science, the applicability of mathematics, and the rationality of theory choice. His current work focuses on developing a comprehensive philosophical account of model based science.