I continue to study philosophical concerns that animated Einstein,
particularly concerns that were influenced by his contributions to and
reservations over the quantum theory. That includes considering
whether, and in what sense, there is a lasting contribution to
philosophy of science that is identifiably Einstein’s.
Quantum. Studies on current options for interpreting the quantum theory, including: a fresh look at the
theorems, at quantum entanglement (including what "requires" explanation in science), and at the composition of quantum systems in recent realist treatments of the quantum
state. These studies treat conditions used in modeling quantum phenomena from the point of view of their costs and benefits.
Philosophical Isms continues
the work of NOA as an historically grounded and pragmatic attitude to science that highlights
the shortcomings of global philosophical positions, like realism. The work includes studies on Poincaré and contemporary versions of
structural realism, on relativism and foundationalism, and on the robust instrumentalism of John Dewey.