Teaching

Thesis Supervision

I am the supervisor of record for Cheryl L. Braden (since 2015), Griffin Klemick (since 2014), and Daniel Munro (since 2016) and the teaching mentor for Michael Szlachta (since 2016). In addition I have supervised the following theses:

• Benjamin Bewersdorf (PhD thesis, 2012, first reader, with W. Spohn and R. Stalnaker): Belief and Its Revision

• Neil Bhatt (Socrates Project, 2017): Contextualism about Justification

• Peter Brössel (PhD thesis, 2012, first reader, with B. Fitelson and H. Leitgeb): Rethinking Bayesian Confirmation Theory – Steps Towards a New Theory of Confirmation

• Katharina Felka (MA thesis, 2010, second reader, with T. Rosefeldt): Vagheit und Glaubensgrade

• Peter Fritz (BA thesis, 2008, first reader, with W. Spohn): Belief Revision in Dynamic Epistemic Logic and Ranking Theory

• Paul Glassner (BA thesis, 2009, second reader, with W. Spohn): Spieltheorie. Die Frage nach der Rationalität

• Julian Leibensberger (BA thesis, 2010, first reader, with H. Sturm): Wissenschaft und Pseudo-Wissenschaft. Der Versuch einer Abgrenzung

• Mirka Loiselle (Socrates Project, 2017): The Bias Paradox in Feminist Philosophy of Science

• Pen Qin Long (Socrates Project, 2016): Structural Equations

• Pouya Mohammad-Makki (Socrates Project, 2016): The Lottery Paradox

• Marc Novel (BA thesis, 2008, second reader, with W. Spohn): Hyperintensional Semantics for Propositional Attitudes

• Maryia Ramanava (MA thesis, 2008, second reader, with W. Spohn): Some Alternatives to the Conditional Analysis of Dispositions

• Alexandra Zinke (MA thesis, 2008, second reader, with W. Spohn): Degrees of Belief and Belief

Summer University

July 18-29, 2005: Assistant Lecturer, Vienna International Summer University 2005 – Scientific World Conceptions: Chance and Necessity

Courses (IS = independent study course)

2017 (Winter): PHL 499 Reasoning about Uncertainty (IS, Toronto)
2016 (Fall): PHL 246 Probability and Inductive Logic (Toronto)
2016 (Summer) – 2017 (Summer): PHL 49X Logic (12-month IS, Toronto)
2016 (Winter): PHL 2128 Decision and Game Theory (Toronto)
2016 (Winter): PHL 498 Falsifiability and the Demarcation of Science (IS, Toronto)
2015 (Fall): PHL 246 Probability and Inductive Logic (Toronto)
2015 (Fall): PHL 404 Seminar in Epistemology (Toronto)
2015 (Summer): PHL 232 Knowledge and Reality (Toronto)
2015 (Winter): PHL 246 Probability and Inductive Logic (Toronto)
2015 (Winter): PHL 332 Epistemology (Toronto)
2014 (Fall): PHL 497 Counterfactuals (IS, Toronto)
2014 (Fall): PHL 496 The Justification of Logic (IS, Toronto)
2014 (Winter): PHL 495 Infinitism (IS, Toronto)
2014 (Winter): PHL 232 Knowledge and Reality (Toronto)
2013 (Fall): PHL 246 Probability and Inductive Logic (Toronto)
2013 (Fall): PHL 332 Epistemology (Toronto)
2013 (Summer): PHL 2097 Topics in Analytic Philosophy (Toronto, with J. Weisberg)
2013 (Winter): PHL 232 Knowledge and Reality (Toronto)
2013 (Winter): PHL 332 Epistemology (Toronto)
2011 (Fall): Philosophy of Biology (Konstanz)
2009 (Winter): Confirmation and Induction (Konstanz)
2009 (Winter): Causation and Explanation (Konstanz)
2009 (Winter): Timothy Williamson: The Philosophy of Philosophy (Konstanz, with T. Rosefeldt)
2009 (Winter): Colloquium for MA and PhD Students (Konstanz)
2008 (Summer): Probability and Conditionals (Konstanz)
2008 (Summer): Timothy Williamson: Knowledge and Its Limits (Konstanz)
2008 (Summer): Colloquium for MA and PhD Students (Konstanz)
2007 (Spring): Confirmation and Induction (Caltech)
2006 (Fall): Knowledge and Reality (Caltech, 2 times)
2006 (Spring): Confirmation and Induction (Caltech)
2006 (Winter): Knowledge and Reality (Caltech, 2 times – nominated for the ASCIT teaching award 2005-2006)
2005 (Summer): The Golden Age of Austrian Philosophy (Konstanz)
2004 (Summer): Degrees of Belief (Konstanz)
2003 (Summer): Reasoning under Uncertainty (Konstanz)
2002 (Summer): Philosophy of Science (Erfurt)
2002 (Winter): Logic (Erfurt, 2 times)
2001 (Summer): Metalogic (Erfurt)