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Dethier, Corey (2023) Contrast Classes and Agreement in Climate Modeling. [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2023) Supposition and (Statistical) Models. [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2022) Ensembles as Evidence, Not Experts: On the Value and Interpretation of Climate Models. [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2021) The Cooperative Origins of Epistemic Rationality? [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2019) Forces in A True and Physical Sense: From Mathematical Models to Metaphysical Conclusions. [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2019) How to do Things With Theory: The Instrumental Role of Auxiliary Hypotheses in Testing. [Preprint]

Dethier, Corey (2018) William Whewell's Semantic Account of Induction. [Preprint]

Conference or Workshop Item

Dethier, Corey (2022) Against "Possibilist" Interpretations of Climate Models. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Published Article or Volume

Dethier, Corey (2022) Accuracy, Probabilism, and the Insufficiency of the Alethic. Philosophical Studies, 179. pp. 2285-2301. ISSN 0031-8116

Dethier, Corey (2022) Calibrating Statistical Tools: Improving the Measure of Humanity's Influence on the Climate. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 94. pp. 158-166.

Dethier, Corey (2022) Interpreting the Probabilistic Language in IPCC Reports. Ergo, 10 (7). pp. 188-210. ISSN 2330-4014

Dethier, Corey (2022) Science, Assertion, and the Common Ground. Synthese, 200 (1). pp. 1-19. ISSN 1573-0964

Dethier, Corey (2022) The Unity of Robustness: Why Agreement Across Model Reports is Just as Valuable as Agreement Among Experiments. Erkenntnis.

Dethier, Corey (2022) When is an ensemble like a sample? “Model-based” inferences in climate modeling. Synthese, 200. pp. 1-20. ISSN 1573-0964

Dethier, Corey (2021) Climate Models and the Irrelevance of Chaos. Philosophy of Science, 88 (5). pp. 997-1007.

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