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I will be joining Simon Fraser University Department of Philosophy as an assistant professor this coming fall!

My research interest includes general philosophy of science, philosophy of statistics, and philosophy of social science. My work examines social-scientific practices from the perspective of statistical analysis. Since a scientific method is only good insofar as it generates data that enables valid statistical inferences from which conclusions suitable to inform real-world applications can be drawn, philosophical discussions of scientific methods must not lose sight of data analysis and real-world application. For more information, please see research.

I have secondary interests in epistemology (both formal and traditional), machine learning, and logic.

I received my Ph.D. in philosophy from the Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science at UC- Irvine in 2021. I possess a MA degree in philosophy from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor’s in both psychology and philosophy from the University of British Columbia.

I run the philosophy of science blog, Asymptotic Philosophers, with Chris Mitsch from LPS.


Contact

My email address is: kinoyuting@gmail.com

Sometimes my information is listed under my legal first name “Yuting”.

I am on PhilPeople and Twitter but not super active. I am not on Academia or ResearchGate.