Fakultät für Philosophie, Wissenschaftstheorie
Lehrstuhl für Philosophie und Entscheidungstheorie
Mario Günther is assistant professor at the Chair for Philosophy and Decision Theory. His main research interests lie in epistemology, logic, metaphysics, and artificial intelligence. He has proposed a theory of learning conditional information and an analysis of causation.
Previously, Mario was a research fellow in the School of Philosophy and a member of the Humanising Machine Intelligence project at The Australian National University. He obtained both his PhD and masters degree from LMU. For more information, visit his webpage.
- Difference-Making Causation, Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming), with Holger Andreas.
- Ramsey’s Conditionals, Synthese (forthcoming), with Caterina Sisti.
- Epistemic Sensitivity and Evidence, Inquiry (forthcoming).
- Counterfactuals for Causal Responsibility in Legal Contexts, Artificial Intelligence and Law (forthcoming), with Holger Andreas and Matthias Armgardt.
- Regularity and Inferential Theories of Causation, The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2021), with Holger Andreas.
- Algorithmic and Human Decision Making: For a Double Standard of Transparency, AI & Society (2021), with Atoosa Kasirzadeh.
- A Ramsey Test Analysis of Causation for Causal Models, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2021), with Holger Andreas.
- Causation in Terms of Production, Philosophical Studies (2020), with Holger Andreas.
- On the Ramsey Test Analysis of 'Because', Erkenntnis (2019), with Holger Andreas.
- Learning Conditional Information by Jeffrey Imaging on Stalnaker Conditionals, Journal of Philosophical Logic (2018).