Thijs Ossenkoppele

In 2019 I got my BA degree in Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. In my thesis, I have explored the utility of applying computational tools and interpretive models to answer questions from the history of philosophy. I am currently a MA student History and Philosophy of Science at Utrecht University, and I started working as a Research Assistant in Arianna Betti’s research group “Concepts in Motion”.
My main interests are: philosophy of science, history of natural science, history of philosophy, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind and philosophy of A.I..