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Baldissera Pacchetti, Marina (2020) Structural uncertainty through the lens of model building. [Preprint]


Danne, Nicholas (2021) A Dialogue on the Ethics of Science: Henri Poincaré and Pope Francis. [Preprint]

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

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

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

Dethier, Corey (2022) Interpreting the Probabilistic Language in IPCC Reports. [Preprint]

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

Drouet, Isabelle and Andler, Daniel and Barberousse, Anouk and Jebeile, Julie (2021) Expert reports by large multidisciplinary groups: the case of the International Panel on Climate Change. [Preprint]


Friederich, Simon and Boudry, Maarten (2022) Ethics of Nuclear Energy in Times of Climate Change: Escaping the Collective Action Problem. Philosophy & Technology.

Frigg, Roman and Smith, Leonard A. (2022) An ineffective antidote for hawkmoths. [Preprint]


García Portela, Laura and Maraun, Douglas (2023) Overstating the effects of anthropogenic climate change? A critical assessment of attribution methods in climate science. [Preprint]


Harris, Margherita and Frigg, Roman (2022) Climate Models and Robustness Analysis – Part I: Core Concepts and Premises. [Preprint]

Harris, Margherita and Frigg, Roman (2022) Climate Models and Robustness Analysis – Part II: The Justificatory Challenge. [Preprint]


Jebeile, Julie and Crucifix, Michel (2021) Value management and model pluralism in climate science. [Preprint]

Jebeile, Julie and Lam, Vincent and Räz, Tim (2020) Understanding Climate Change with Statistical Downscaling and Machine Learning. [Preprint]


Lam, Vincent (2021) Climate modelling and structural stability. [Preprint]

Leonelli, Sabina and Tempini, N (2020) Data Journeys in the Sciences. Springer.

Lusk, Greg (2019) Eric Winsberg's Philosophy and Climate Science. BJPS Review of Books.


Northcott, Robert (2019) Big data and prediction: four case studies. [Preprint]


O'Loughlin, Ryan (2023) Diagnosing errors in climate model intercomparisons. [Preprint]

Ortmann, Jakob and Veit, Walter (2022) Theory Roulette: Choosing that Climate Change is not a Tragedy of the Commons. [Preprint]


Roussos, Joe and Bradley, Richard and Frigg, Roman (2022) Environmental Decision-Making under Uncertainty. [Preprint]

Roussos, Joe and Bradley, Richard and Frigg, Roman (2020) Making confident decisions with model ensembles. [Preprint]


Schliesser, Eric (2022) Review Essay of Levy, Neil. Bad Beliefs: Why They Happen to Good People. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022 forthcoming in International Studies in the Philosophy of Science. [Preprint]

Stuart, Michael T. (2022) Scientists are Epistemic Consequentialists about Imagination. [Preprint]


Taverna, Giorgio Salavatore (2023) Can organic intellectuals help to better communicate controversial scientific findings to the public opinion? A hint from geo-engineering. [Preprint]


Winsberg, Eric (2021) A Modest Defense of Geoengineering Research: A case study in the cost of learning. [Preprint]

Winsberg, Eric (2019) A modest defense of geoengineering research. [Preprint]

Winsberg, Eric (2019) A modest defense of geoengineering research. [Preprint]

Winsberg, Eric and Oreskes, Naomi and Lloyd, Elisabeth (2019) Severe Weather Event Attribution: Why values won’t go away. [Preprint]

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