Fakultät für Philosophie, Wissenschaftstheorie
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP)
Bengt completed a PhD in philosophy at the London School of Economics (LSE). He also holds a MSc in philosophy and history of science from the LSE and a Diplom in mathematics from Technische Universität Darmstadt.
Bengt’s research interests are in the philosophy of probability, the philosophy of biology and the philosophy of economics. Currently, he is particularly interested in the role of uncertainty in scientific inference and decision theory.
- Autzen, B. (forthcoming), “Error Management, Reliability and Cognitive Evolution”, Biology and Philosophy
- Autzen, B. (forthcoming), “Musing on Means: Fitness, Expectation and the Principles of Natural Selection”, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
- Autzen, B. (forthcoming), “Bayesian Convergence and the Fair-Balance Paradox”, Erkenntnis
- Autzen, B. (2016), “Significance Testing, P-values and the Principle of Total Evidence”, European Journal for Philosophy of Science 6: 281-295
- Autzen, B. (2016), “Dissolving the Star-Tree Paradox”, Biology and Philosophy 31: 409-419