Articles in English

8. (2018) “Grounds for trust: Essential Epistemic Opacity and Computational Reliabilism” Minds and Machines. DOI: 10.1007/s11023-018-9481-6. (with Nico Formanek).

7. (2017) “Varying the explanatory span: scientific explanation for computer simulations” International Studies in the Philosophy of Science. 31(1):27-45. 2017. DOI: 10.1080/02698595.2017.1370929

6. (2017) “Varieties of simulations: from the analogue to the digital”. In Science and art of simulation 2015. Resch, M., Gehring, P., and Kaminski, A. (eds.). pp. 175-192. Springer. 2017.

5. (2017) “Computer simulations as a technological singularity in the empirical sciences” In The technological singularity: A pragmatic perspective. Miller, J., Yampolskiy, R., Armstrong, S., Callaghan, V. (eds.). pp. 167-179. Springer.

4. (2016) “Reid on causation and scientific explanation” The Journal of Scottish Philosophy. 14(1): 51-67. (with Manuel Barrantes)

3. (2013) “A brief overview of the philosophical study of computer simulationsAmerican Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. 13(1):38-46. 2013.

2. (2009) “The use of the ‘materiality argument’ in the literature on computer simulations” In Computer simulations and the changing face of scientific experimentation. Durán, J. M. and Arnold, E. (eds.). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. UK. pp. 76-98. 2013.

1. “Computer simulations and traditional experimentation: from a material point of view” In Vallverdú, J. (ed.). Thinking machines and the philosophy of computer science: Concepts and principles, Editorial IGI Global. USA. pp. 294-311. 2010.