I am a researcher of philosophy and PI for the project Causation, Complexity and Evidence in Health Sciences (CauseHealth), financed by FRIPRO, Research Council of Norway. My specialisation is causation, in particular on the relation between philosophical theory and scientific methodology and practice. I teach Examen Philosophicum in English PHI102) and the module Causation in Science (PHI302/403). Together with Samantha Copeland and Elena Rocca, I run the Philosophy Fridays at NMBU. I use Twitter for networking and blog about my research at Rani blogs about causation etc.
- Philosophy of Science
- Philosophical Logic
- Philosophy of Language
Causation in Science. On the Methods of Scientific Discovery, under kontrakt med Oxford University Press
Causation - A Very Short Introduction, Oxford University Press 2013
Getting Causes from Powers, Oxford University Press 2011
‘Freedom and Control: On the Modality of Free Will’, American Philosophical Quarterly, 52(1), 2015: 1-12
‘Response to Miles and Mezzich "Causation as a Way Forward in Person-centered Medicine"’, European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare, 2(1), 2014: 81-2.
'Powers, Non-consent and Freedom', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 28 MAY 2014, DOI: 10.1111/phpr.12112
'A New Argument Against Compatibilism', Analysis, 74(1), 2014: 20-5
'At the Border of Medical Reasoning: The Aetiological and Ontological Challenges of Medically Unexplained Symptoms', Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine, 8, 2013: 1-11
'Causation and Evidence-Based Practice: An ontological review', Journal of Evaluation of Clinical Practice, Special issue on the Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care, 18(5), 2012: 1006-12
- Filosofiske fag
ProjectsCausation is central to our understanding of human health and illness. Medical explanation, prediction and intervention are all premised on the reality of causation. CauseHealth bring together philosophers, medical researchers and practitioners to address a major challenge: how to understand causation in health sciences.Causation is central to our understanding of how matter, life, minds and society works. This collaborative and interdisciplinary project brings together academics from a range of backgrounds to consider the general theory of causation in relation to their own specialisms.
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