I am a philosopher interested in empirically-informed epistemology of science. In other words, I draw on historical sources, social scientific methods, and results from cognitive science to find out how scientists increase our understanding of the world.

I am especially interested in the use of imagination in science, particularly in the ways it is amplified by computer simulations, thought experiments, models and artificial intelligence.

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