Michael Strevens

Michael Strevens is Professor of Philosophy at New York University. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2017.

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Cover: Thinking Off Your Feet: How Empirical Psychology Vindicates Armchair PhilosophyThinking Off Your Feet: How Empirical Psychology Vindicates Armchair PhilosophyStrevens, MichaelHARDCOVER01/07/2019$39.95
Cover: Tychomancy: Inferring Probability from Causal StructureTychomancy: Inferring Probability from Causal StructureStrevens, MichaelHARDCOVER06/03/2013$45.00
Cover: Depth: An Account of Scientific ExplanationDepth: An Account of Scientific ExplanationStrevens, MichaelPAPERBACK09/30/2011$35.00
Cover: Bigger than Chaos: Understanding Complexity through ProbabilityBigger than Chaos: Understanding Complexity through ProbabilityStrevens, MichaelPAPERBACK09/30/2006$36.50
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