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About the research
My areas of interest are formal epistemology and philosophy of science
- Masterton, G. (in press). The Only Probability is Verbal Probability. Metaphysica. Springer.
- Masterton, G., Zenker, F. & Gärdenfors, P. (2017). Using conceptual spaces to exhibit conceptual continuity through scientific theory change. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, 7, 127-150.
- Landes, J. & Masterton, G. (2016). Invariant Equivocation. Erkenntnis. Springer.
- Masterton, G., Olsson, E. J. & Angere, S. (2016). Linking as Voting : How the Condorcet Jury Theorem in Political Science is Relevant to Webometrics. Scientometrics. Akademiai Kiado.
- Masterton, G. (2015). Equivocation for the Objective Bayesian. Erkenntnis, 80, 403-432. Springer.
- Masterton, G. (2014). The Only Probability is Verbal Probability. Metaphysica, 15, 69-84. Springer.
- Masterton, G. (2014). Topological variability of collectives and its import for social epistemology. Synthese, 191, 2433-2443. Springer.
- Masterton, G. (2014). What to do with a forecast?. Synthese, 191, 1881-1907. Springer.
- Masterton, G. (2013). Understanding Admissibility. Kairos. Journal of Philosophy and Science, 6, 71-90.
- Masterton, G. (2012). Physical Necessity and Necessity Tout Court. Metaphysica, 13, 175-182. Springer.
Book chapters (1)
- Masterton, G. & Olsson, E. J. (2013). Argumentation and belief updating in social networks: a Bayesian approach. In Fermé, E., Gabbay, D. & Simari, G. (Eds.) Trends in belief revision and argumentation dynamics. College Publications.
Conference contributions (1)
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