Dr. Kelvin McQueen
- Scholarly Works:
- University of Otago, Bachelor of Arts
University of Otago, Master of Philosophy
Australian National University, Ph.D.
Kelvin McQueen (Ph.D. Australian National University, M.A. University of Otago) is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and an Affiliate Faculty of the Institute for Quantum Studies. His primary research interests are the philosophy of science (especially quantum physics), philosophy of mind, and metaphysics. Dr. McQueen teaches courses on philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, metaphysics, symbolic logic, philosophy of quantum physics, and philosophy of virtual reality technology.
Recent Creative, Scholarly Work and Publications
McQueen, K.J. & Vaidman, L. 2020. ‘How the Many Worlds Interpretation brings Common Sense to Paradoxical Quantum Experiments’ in Scientific Challenges to Common Sense Philosophy, R. Peels, J. de Ridder R. van Woudenberg (eds.). London Routledge.
Waegell, M. & McQueen, K.J. 2020. ‘Reformulating Bell’s Theorem: The Search for a Truly Local Quantum Theory’ in Studies in the History & Philosophy of Modern Physics 70:39-50.
McQueen, K.J. 2019. ‘Interpretation-Neutral Integrated Information Theory’, Journal of Consciousness Studies 26(1-2): 76-106.
McQueen, K.J. 2019. ‘Illusionist Integrated Information Theory’, Journal of Consciousness Studies. 26(5-6): 141-169.
McQueen, K.J. & Vaidman, L. 2019. ‘In Defence of the Self-Location Uncertainty Account of Probability in the Many Worlds Interpretation’, Studies in the History & Philosophy of Modern Physics 66:14-23.
Colyvan, M., Cusbert, J., McQueen, K.J. 2018. ‘Two Flavours of Mathematical Explanation’, in Explanation Beyond Causation, Reutlinger, A. & Saatsi. J. (eds.). Oxford University Press.
McQueen, K.J. 2017. ‘Is QBism the Future of Quantum Physics?’, The Quantum Times (July edition, 2017).
McQueen, K.J. 2017. ‘Does Consciousness Cause Quantum Collapse?’, Philosophy Now (August edition, 2107).