Chris Thompson is a Temporary Lecturer in the Faculty of Philosophy in 2012/13 and 2013/14. His research is in political philosophy, epistemology and the philosophy of public policy. Chris completed a PhD in philosophy at the LSE in 2012. He is currently working on epistemic accounts of deliberative democracy.
- (2013) ‘A general model of a group search procedure, applied to epistemic democracy’, Synthese, 190(7):1233-1252.
- (2012) with Richard Bradley, ‘A (mainly epistemic) case for multiple-vote majority rule’ , Episteme, 9(1): 63-79.
- (2009) ‘How to tell when efficacy will NOT translate into effectiveness’, Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Science Contingency and Dissent in Science Technical Report 03/09.
- Part IB - Paper 7: Liberty, Equality
- Part II - Paper 3: Ends of Action
- Part IA - Paper 4: Mill
- Part IB - Paper 7: Democracy
- Part II - Paper 10: Global Justice
- Part IA - Paper 2: Political Obligation
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