About Rory Smead
Prof. Smead received his PhD from the University of California, Irvine and taught at the London School of Economics before arriving at Northeastern. He teaches courses in philosophy of science and logic. In addition to these areas, his interests include game theory, philosophy of biology, and philosophy of economics. His interests extend to decision theory, modern philosophy and analytic philosophy. His research is currently focused on idealization and explanation in science as well as on the evolutionary connections between learning, language and social interaction.
Philosophy of science, Logic, Game theory, Philosophy of biology, and Philosophy of economics
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