Jim Joyce Department of Philosophy
University of Michigan
435 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003  USA

Office:  2223 Angell Hall
Office Hours:  On Leave 2010-11
Office Phone:  734.763.2120
Cell:  734.330.6849
Email:  jjoyce@umich.edu
I am a professor of philosophy and of statistics at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.  I teach courses in decision theory, philosophy of science, epistemology, as well as general introductions to philosophy and logic, and mid-level courses in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. My research interests include rational choice theory, causal reasoning, Bayesian approaches to statistics and inductive inference, and the use of "imprecise" probabilities to model belief states.

LAST UPDATED:  September 2011