Upcoming talks

  • 10/2018: TBA. Concept Formation in the Natural ​and the Social Sciences, University of Zurich.

Recent Talks

  • 2/2018: ``The philosophy of computational social science’’, University of Tampere. Invited lecture.

  • 1/2018: “Social epistemologists against social learning”, Philosophical Society of Finland Colloquium ‘18.

  • 10/2017: “AI and philosophy”, panel discussion, Finnish Philosophical association and Cognitive Science joint event: AI and Philosophy.

  • 10/2017: “Research funding for the best – or to maverick scientists? Models and simulations as research tools in science studies. (in Finnish) Edistyksen Päivät, Helsinki.

  • 8/2017: “Should scientists really ignore their peers?” in the symposium The Simulationist Turn in Social Epistemology: new directions & challenges to received wisdom. EPSA 17, European Philosophy of Science Association biennial meeting, Exeter, UK.

  • 7/2017: “How could a rational analysis model explain?” CogSci 2017, London.

  • 1/2017: “What, when and how do rational analysis models explain?” MCMP, Munich.

  • 11/2016: “What, when and how do rational analysis models explain?” Philosophy of Science Association biannual conference, Atlanta.

  • 6/2016: “Causal Matrix for Addiction”, Helsinki Symposium on Philosophy of Psychiatry (w/ Petri Ylikoski).

  • 5/2016: “Topological explanations in the social sciences.” Models and Simulations 7, Barcelona.

  • 4/2016: “Topological explanations in the social sciences.” Nordic Network for Philosophy of Science, Pärnu.

  • 1/2016: “Classification, knowledge, identity.” Mikkeli Academy 2016. Invited presentation. (in Finnish).

For presentations -> 2015, visit the archive