I am a PhD student in philosophy at Stanford University. I work in epistemology, formal and non-formal.
My current research is about the way we reason about change of knowledge given new information, and
the implicit assumptions we make in such reasoning. My research involves using tools from dynamic epistemic logic to
get new perspectives on old epistemological problems, like the nature of introspection and perceptual skepticism.
My email: micohen at stanford dot edu
My CV: CV (January 2021)
- Inexact knowledge and dynamic introspection, Synthese , (2021)
- Opaque updates, Journal of Philosophical Logic, (2020)
- The problem of perception and the no-miracles principle, Synthese, (2020)
- Reducing Contrastive knowledge, Erkenntnis, (2019)
- Explanatory Justice: The Case of Disjunctive Explanations,
Philosophy of Science, (2018)
(available upon request)
- A paper about dynamic introspection and the bootstrapping problem
- A paper about idempotent mental states