University of Pittsburgh
Graduate Student

Balázs Gyenis


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I maintain a broad interest in general philosophy of science and in philosophy of mathematized sciences, in particular in philosophy of physics. I hold graduate degrees in physics, in theoretical economics, and in philosophy, and I have graduate-level familiarity with models of mathematical population genetics. My dissertation research focuses on the relationship between indeterminism and essential idealization with a special emphasis on well- and ill-posed problems. I struggle with Russian mathematics, Greek symbols, Polish notation, and a Hungarian accent