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Chip studied physics at MIT, intent on becoming a theoretical physicist and working to discover the fundamental laws of our universe. However, as time went on he grew increasingly interested in philosophy and ended up graduating with a dual BS in philosophy and physics in 2009. In 2010 he earned an MSt in the Philosophy of Physics from the University of Oxford.
His main philosophical interests lie in the philosophy of physics (evaluating solutions to the measurement problem in quantum mechanics, understanding the emergence of temporal asymmetry in statistical mechanics). In broader philosophy of science, he is interested in the epistemological aspects, particularly in Bayesian confirmation theory and its shortcomings. He is also deeply interested in skeptical arguments in epistemology (he is still hopeful that one can solve the problem of induction and show that beliefs formed on the basis of good induction and/or abduction are justified, in an internalist sense).
Chip likes to snowboard and is excited to get back into scuba diving.
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