JACOB STEGENGA, PhD

PhD, Philosophy, University of California, San Diego

Current Appointment

2019- Reader, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge

Education

2011 PhD, Philosophy, University of California, San Diego

Publications books

(3) Sciences of Sexual Desire. In progress.
(2) Care and Cure: An Introduction to Philosophy of Medicine, 2018, University of Chicago Press
(1) Medical Nihilism, 2018, Oxford University Press
most recent articles and chapters
(27) “Response to Commentaries on Medical Nihilism” forthcoming, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
(26) “Pathways to Independence: A Plan to Produce and Use Trustworthy Evidence” (with others) forthcoming, BMJ
(25) “Robustness and Independent Evidence” 2017 (with Tarun Menon), Philosophy of Science 84: 414-435
(24) “Three Arguments for Absolute Outcome Measures” 2017 (with Jan Sprenger), Philosophy of Science 84: 840- 852
(23) “Drug Regulation and the Inductive Risk Calculus” 2017 Exploring Inductive Risk (ed., Elliott and Richards), Oxford University Press
(22) “Absolute Measures of Effectiveness” (with Aaron Kenna) Measurement in Medicine: Philosophical Essays on Assessment and Evaluation (ed., McClimans), 2017, Rowman and Littlefield
(21) “Medical Nihilism, Today?” forthcoming, Insights
(20) “New Directions in Philosophy of Medicine” (with others), Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Philosophy of Medicine (ed., Marcum), Bloomsbury, 2017, 343-367
(19) “Measuring Harms” Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Medicine (ed., Solomon, Simon, and Kincaid), Routledge, 2017, 342-352
(18) “Hollow Hunt for Harms” Perspectives on Science 2016 24: 481-504
(17) “Three Criteria for Consensus Conferences” Foundations of Science 2016 21: 35-49
(16) “Population Pluralism and Natural Selection” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 2016 67: 1-29
(15) “Effectiveness of Medical Interventions” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2015 54: 34-44
(14) “Measuring Effectiveness” Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 2015 54: 62- 71
(13) “Theory Choice and Social Choice: Okasha versus Sen” Mind 2015 493: 263-277
(12) “Herding QATs: Quality Assessment Tools for Evidence in Medicine” Classification, Disease and Evidence: New Essays in Philosophy of Medicine (ed., Huneman, Silberstein, Lambert), Springer, 2015
(11) “Down with the Hierarchies” Topoi 2014 33: 313-322
(10) “Quality of Information in Clinical Research” The Philosophy of Information Quality (ed., Illari and Floridi), Springer, 2014, 163-182
(9) “Probabilizing the End” Philosophical Studies 2013 165: 95-112

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