ChemistryWorld: Puzzles in Chemistry ...and how philosophy helps solve them
Essay in Jargonium: Strong Emergence in Chemistry
(October 2020) This essay is a short summary of my recently published paper ‘The Strong Emergence of Molecular Structure’.
Launch of column "Thought Experiment" in Chemistry World- 1st piece: Why do we still do chemistry?
(September 2020) Chemistry world, the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry, is launching a new column on philosophy called "Thought Experiments". In the column, I will explore some of the central issues that are addressed in philosophy of chemistry and more broadly. In the first piece "Why do we still do chemistry?" I ask whether quantum mechanics is making the subject of chemistry obsolete.
Essay in Jargonium:
(June 2020) Philosophy of chemistry – that is a thing! Whether one thinks of it as a separate field of philosophy or as a sub-discipline within the more general philosophy of science, there is no doubt that chemistry provokes interesting philosophical questions.
Jargonium: a new website about everything related to chemistry
Together with Karoliina Pulkkinnen and Sarah Hijmans, we have created 'Jargonium', a website that aims to bring the humanities closer to chemistry!