I am a continuing Lecturer (US equivalent of Assistant Professor) in the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University where I teach for the newly minted undergraduate and honours program in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.  My work is primarily in the philosophy of science, social and political philosophy, social and formal epistemology and experimental philosophy.  I was previously a postdoctoral research fellow working under Kim Sterelny in the School of Philosophy at the ANU.  In 2014 I received my PhD in Philosophy from the Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science at UC Irvine and graduated with a BA (Economics and Philosophy) from UC Berkeley in 2010.  My dissertation was supervised by Brian Skyrms, Simon Huttegger and Peter Vanderschraaf.  You can find my CV here.  You can contact me via email at justinpbruner@gmail.com.

I recently organized a two-day workshop on the use of experimental methods in social and political philosophy held at ANU on March 9th and 10th of 2017 (find the schedule and abstracts here).  I am also organizing another workshop on the use of experiments in the social sciences more generally, set to be held at ANU in February of 2018.  I am a co-organizer of the Australasian Experimental Philosophy Conference.

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