Teaching

Methods in Philosophical and Critical Thinking (Winter 2017 – Period 3). Syllabus. Lecture Notes.

Methods in Philosophical and Critical Thinking (Spring Semester 2016 – Period 4). Syllabus. Lecture notes: Lecture 1. Lecture 2. Lecture 3. Lecture 4. Lectures 6,7. Lecture 8. Lecture 9-10. Lecture 10-11Exercises 01Exercises 02Exercises 03Exercises 04Exercises 05.

Methods in Philosophical and Critical Thinking (Spring Semester 2015 – Period 4). Syllabus.

Epistemology and Economics (Intensive Seminar, Winter Sem 2014 – April 25-27). Syllabus.

Topics in Philosophy of Science: Models and Consensus (Winter 2013-2014 – Period 1) Syllabus.

Experiments in Social Science. With Michiru Nagatsu. (Winter 2013 – Periods 1 and 2). Syllabus. Stock Market Experiment.

A Conceptual Map for the Methodology of Economics (Intensive Seminar, Winter Sem 2012 – December 7-9, 2012) Syllabus.

Epistemology and Economics (Summer Sem 2012). Syllabus. Course Info. Questions. Lecture Notes.

Philosophy of Science — The Alternative Views (Summer Sem 2012). Syllabus.

J.S. Mill – On Liberty and Other Essays (Winter Sem 2011-12). Syllabus.
Lecture notes: WEEK 1, WEEK 2, WEEK 3, WEEK 4, WEEK 5, WEEK 6, WEEK 7, WEEK 8, WEEK 9WEEK 10, WEEK11WEEK 12

A. Smith – The Wealth of Nations (Winter Sem 2011-12). Syllabus.
Lecture notes: WEEK 1 (slides), Lecture Notes, EXTRA READINGS

Expert Judgment Philosophy & Economics program – Bayreuth University (instructor – Summer semester 2011). Syllabus.
Lecture notes: WEEK 1, WEEK 2, WEEK 3, WEEK 4, WEEK 5, WEEK 6, WEEK 7, WEEK 8, WEEK 9WEEK 10 (Cooke – Calibration)

Experts in a complex society: an introduction to decision theory – Master’s class (co-instructor – Spring Semester 2010)

Theoretical philosophy and society (co-instructor –  Spring Semester 2009)

Epistemology – Master’s class (co-instructor –  Spring Semester 2009) – course material: Lecture 1Lecture 2Lecture 3

Philosophy of science (TA – Fall Semester 2008)

EXTRA TEACHING MATERIAL: Summary and Commentary of Robert Sugden’s Credible worlds: the status of theoretical models in economics (for Philosophy of Economics students).