PSA2016: The 25th Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association

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Framing Decisions under Deep Uncertainty

Much innovative research on decision making under deep uncertainty is going on largely outside the view of decision theorists in economics and philosophy, in more applied fields such as engineering and operations research. Applied decision support tools go beyond standard decision theory in their willingness to treat the framing of decisions as an appropriate target for normative guidance. Contributions from philosophers are needed to better spell out and evaluate the rationales for proposed decision framing strategies.

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Casey Helgeson    
Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science
London School of Economics and Political Science

 

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