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|Born||February 4, 1968|
|Education||University of Chicago|
|Notable work|| Science in the Age of Computer Simulation |
Philosophy and Climate Science
Eric Winsberg (born February 4, 1968) is an American philosopher who is professor of philosophy at the University of South Florida. He is known for his research in philosophy of science, the philosophy of climate science, and the philosophy of physics. He is especially interested in the role of computer simulations in the physical sciences. His work on this topic has been called "pioneering," "groundbreaking," and "trailblazing" His work in the philosophy of climate science specifically relates to their application in science policy and ethics. He also writes on truth and on scientific authorship. 
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