About my work
I am a philosophy PhD student. I mainly work in epistemology, philosophy of science, and philosophy of machine learning. I have additional interests in feminist philosophy and philosophy of religion.
My main research program is about the concept of evidence. I develop a view in which what is evidence for what is constituted through norm-conforming social deliberation.
My CV is here.
Currently, I am a PhD candidate at the UC Berkeley philosophy department.
Before that, I earned an MA in philosophy from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, after completing a BSc in physics and chemistry at the Hebrew University.
I am sometimes asked how I pronounce my name. The phonetic spelling is “rah-VEET doh-THAN”. The German pronunciation comes close, you can hear what it sounds like by clicking the “listen” icon in the "German" tab here.
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