I am an assistant professor in philosophy at the University of Münster working mainly in philosophy of science and metaphysics. In my Ph.D. thesis “Entanglement and Causation” (2014) I argue for the claim that even the fundamental quantum realm can be understood in causal terms, if one modestly generalizes the theory of causal Bayes nets. I am interested in scientific methodology as well as in metaphysical consequences of accepted scientific results. I pursue a modest form of metaphysics, which is informed by science and well aware of the epistemic limits of human enquiry. Where appropriate, I appreciate the assistance of formal methods in answering philosophical questions.
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