Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 2004
Office: Liberal Arts 154
Office Phone: (406) 243-6281
Fax: (406) 243-5313
Areas of Interest
- Philosophy of Science
- Philosophy of Physics
- History and Philosophy of Biology
- PHIL 200E: Ethics: The Great Traditions
- PHIL 210: Introduction to Logic: Deduction
- PHIL 411: Philosophy of Science
- PHIL 421E: Medical Ethics
- PHIL 501: Philosophy of Science
- PHIL 501: Philosophy of Biology
- “The many worlds interpretation and quantum computation,” forthcoming in PSA 2006.
- “Quantum information exists,” forthcoming in Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics.
- Schumacher information and the philosophy of physics,” forthcoming in Philosophy of Quantum Information and Entanglement, Alisa Bokulich and Gregg Jaeger eds. Cambridge University Press.
- “Re-conceiving quantum theories in terms of information-theoretic constraints,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 38, 1, 181-201.
- “How to teach an old dog new tricks: quantum information, quantum computation and the philosophy of physics,” PhD dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.
- “Quantum information does not exist,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 34, 3, 479-499.
- “Explaining information transfer in quantum teleportation,” Philosophy of Science, 68, 3, S288-300.
- “The many worlds interpretation and quantum computation,” PSA 2006, Vancouver, November 2006.
- “Reconceiving quantum theory from information-theoretic constraints,” Center for Time, University of Sydney, October 2005.
- “Sorting the subjective from the objective: remarks on Fuchs,” Special Session: The Epistemological and Logical Lessons of Quantum Information Theory, European Analytic Philosophy Conference, University of Lisbon, September 2005.
- “Quantum Information Does Exist,” L.S.E., May 2005.
- “How to save quantum computing from interpretations of quantum mechanics: explaining quantum speedup,” Philosophy, Probability, and Physics workshop, Institut d'Histoire et de Philosophie des Sciences et des Techniques, Paris, December 2004.
- “Quantum information does not exist,” #8221; 12th Annual UK Conference on Foundations of Physics, Leeds, UK, September 2003.
- “Explaining information transfer in quantum teleportation,” PSA 200, Vancouver, November 2000.
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