Dr Miriam Bowen
Associate Lecturer in Philosophy (Logic & Language)
I work on self-referential probability and rationality. Self-referential probability scenarios are situations where the agent’s credences can act as evidence for the truth or likelihood of a proposition. My doctoral research focused on the Probabilistic Liar (so-called for its similarity to the Liar paradox). I also have interests in the Liar paradox, theories of truth, vagueness, indeterminacy, and imprecise credences.
For more information on my research interests see my website: www.miriambowen.com