Roman Frigg



Roman Frigg has published papers on climate change, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics, randomness, chaos, complexity, probability, scientific realism, computer simulations, modelling, scientific representation, reductionism, confirmation, and the relation between art and science. His current work focuses on predictability and climate change, the foundation of statistical mechanics, and the nature of scientific models and theories.


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Roman's most complete online profile is his Google Scholar profile.

You can also find him on Researchgate and Academia.

Roman's papers are also available in the PhilSci Archive and in LSE Research Online