Works in Progress
What Relativistic Laws Cannot Be*
How Not to Disconfirm GRW
Could Everything be Fixed by Law?*
The BPSA and the Past Hypothesis*
The Real Measurement Problem (with Erik Deumens)
[Starred (*) papers are in blind review, so I have changed their titles for the sake of anonymity. To see current drafts of these papers, please email me at cdorst[at]ufl[dot]edu.]
Splitting the (In)Difference: Why Fine-Tuning Supports Design. (With Kevin Dorst.)
Laws, Melodies, and the Paradox of Predictability.
There Is No Measurement Problem for Humeans.
Predictive Infelicities and the Instability of Predictive Optimality. (Forthcoming) In Humean Laws for Human Agents, Siegfried Jaag, Christian Loew, and Michael Hicks, (eds.) Oxford University Press.
Humean Laws, Explanatory Circularity, and the Aim of Scientific Explanation. (2019) Philosophical Studies. 176: 2657-2679.
Towards a Best Predictive System Account of Laws of Nature.
(2019) British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 70: 877-900.
Bet Accepted: A Reply to Freitag.
(2018) Philosophical Quarterly. 68: 175-83.
Evidence, Significance, and Counterfactuals: Schramm on the New Riddle of Induction.
(2016) Erkenntnis. 81: 143-154.
Laws and Explanations; Theories and Modal Possibilities, by Arnold Koslow. Review. (2020) Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
In All Probability, Quite Handy. Review of The Oxford Handbook of Probability and Philosophy, Alan Hájek and Christopher Hitchcock, eds. (2018) Metascience. 27: 223-226