Rosa Runhardt is a lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy.
I use philosophical theories of causation to comment on the feasibility of the social scientific method ‘process tracing’. By investigating a popular contemporary method in the social sciences, I show to what extent our philosophical theories of causation are workable in practice. Includes interdisciplinary work with qualitative methodologists. I previously worked as a research associate in theoretical philosophy (philosophy of science, particularly causation) at the London School of Economics, where I got my PhD in 2015.
Fields of interest
- Philosophy of Science
- Metaphysics (Mainly: Causation)
- Philosophy of Social Science
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