- Luke Fenton-Glynn is a Lecturer in Philosophy at University College London. Prior to taking up his present position, Luke held post-doctoral positions at Konstanz, Caltech, and the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy. He has a D.Phil. in Philosophy from the University of Oxford. Most of Luke’s work to date has been on causation – specifically on structural equation/causal modeling approaches to causation – laws of nature, and probability, and the relationship between these three things. He has also done work in formal epistemology, including the topics of peer disagreement and imprecise credence. He is an associate editor of the journal Mind.
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