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Borut Trpin obtained a PhD degree (2018) in philosophy at the University of Ljubljana. He was then a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Philosophy (KGW) at the University of Salzburg (2018/2019). He joined the MCMP as a postdoctoral fellow in 2019.

Selected Publications

  1. Trpin, B.: Affirming the explanandum. Analysis (forthcoming).
  2. Hartmann, S. & Trpin, B. Why coherence matters. The Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming).
  3. Hartmann S. & Trpin, B. Conjunctive explanations: a coherentist appraisal. In: D. Glass & J. Schupbach (eds.), Conjunctive Explanations: The Nature, Epistemology, and Psychology of Explanatory Multiplicity, Routledge (2023).
  4. Günther, M. & Trpin, B. Bayesians still don't learn from conditionals. Acta Analytica, 38: 439-451 (2023).
  5. Trpin, B. Against methodological gambling. Erkenntnis, 88: 907-927 (2023).
  6. Trpin, B., Dobrosovestnova, A. & Götzendorfer, S. Lying, more or less: a computer simulation study of graded lies and trust dynamics. Synthese, 199: 991-1018 (2021).
  7. Trpin, B. Jeffrey conditionalization: proceed with caution. Philosophical Studies, 177(10): 2985-3012 (2020).
  8. Trpin, B. & Pellert, M. Inference to the best explanation in uncertain evidential situations. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Scieince, 70(4): 977-1001 (2019).
  9. Trpin, B. 'Seize it, if thou dar'st': three types of imperative conditional in Richard II. In: C. Bourne & E. Caddick Bourne (eds.), Routledge Companion to Shakespeare and Philosophy, Routledge (2019).