I work mainly in
Inconsistency in science
My research aims at providing philosophical understanding of the phenomenon of inconsistency toleration in empirical sciences, specifically the toleration of inconsistencies between theory and observation.
In order to do so, my research has focussed on different facets of the phenomenon of inconsistency toleration in the empirical sciences, some of which include:
(PHILOSOPHICAL) UNDERSTANDING + HPS
I’m primarily concerned with the possibility of achieving philosophical understanding in the philosophy of science --even if using defective (historical) information to support philosophical theses. I have focussed on the question What could be the value of historically inaccurate reconstructions for the philosophy of science? I have argued that philosophically-biased reconstructions, even if not historically accurate, can play a highly important epistemic role for the development of the philosophy of science, namely, to enhance our understanding of philosophical theses about science.
 “Are you a selective-realist dialetheist without knowing it?”
forthcoming in Revista Colombiana de Filosofia de la Ciencia (2019).
 “Keeping Globally Inconsistent Scientific Theories Locally Consistent”
(joint with Michéle Friend)
In: Carnielli W., Malinowski J. (eds) Contradictions, from Consistency to Inconsistency. Trends in Logic (Studia Logica Library), vol 47. Springer; pp 53-88, 2018.
 “The possibility and fruitfulness of a debate on the principle of non-contradiction”
(second author | Joint with Luis Estrada- González)
In: Carnielli W., Malinowski J. (eds) Contradictions, from Consistency to Inconsistency. Trends in Logic (Studia Logica Library), vol 47. Springer; pp 33-51, 2018.
 “May the Reinforcement Be with You: On the Reconstruction of Scientific Episodes”
(first author| Joint with Luis Estrada-González)
Journal of the Philosophy of History 12 (2):259–283 (2018)
 “Holism, Inconsistency Toleration and Inconsistencies between Theory and Observation”
Humana Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies 32:117-147, 2017.
 Beyond Toleration? Inconsistency and Pluralism in the Empirical Sciences
(joint with Luis Estrada-González)
Special issue of Humana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies, Issue 32 - August 2017.