(Most papers can be downloaded by clicking on their titles.)

Published and Forthcoming Journal Articles

"On the Ratio Challenge for Comparativism"

Australasian Journal of Philosophyforthcoming (CA).

"Counterfactual Skepticism and Multidimensional Semantics"

Erkenntnis, forthcoming (CA).  

"What is Risk Aversion?"

(with Richard Bradley), British Journal for the Philosophy of Scienceforthcoming.

"What is 'Real' in Probabilism?"

Australasian Journal of Philosophyforthcoming.

"Counterfactual Desirability"

(with Richard Bradley), British Journal for the Philosophy of Scienceforthcoming.

"Desirability of Conditionals"

Synthese, 193(6): 1967-1981, 2016.

"Desire, Expectation and Invariance"

(with Richard Bradley), Mind, 125(499): 691-725, 2016.

"Fair Chance and Modal Consequentialism"

Economics and Philosophy, 31(3): 371-395, 2015, 

"How Valuable are Chances?"

(with Richard Bradley), Philosophy of Science, 82(4): 602-625, 2015.

"A Lewisian Trilemma"

Ratio, 27(3): 262-275, 2014.

"Desires, Beliefs and Conditional Desirability"

Synthese, 191(16): 4019-4035, 2014.

"Humean Supervenience and Multidimensional Semantics"

Erkenntnis, 79(6): 1391-1406, 2014.

Book Chapters, Reviews, etc.

"Epistemic Transformation and Rational Choice"

(with Krister Bykvist), Economics and Philosophy, 33(1): 125-138, 2017.

Review essay about Arif Ahmed's Evidence, Decision and Causality

Philosophy of Science, 83(1): 159-169, 2016. 

"Decision Theory"

(with Katie Steele), in Edward N. Zalta (ed.), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, winter 2015 edition.

Review of Lara Buchak's Risk and Rationality

Economics and Philosophy, 30(2): 252-260, 2014.

"Free Discourse and Fair Procedures"

In Gabriel Malenfant (ed.) Heimspeki - For the Wisdom of the world: Inquiring into Contemporary Icelandic Philosophy, University of Iceland Press.

Work in Progress or Under Review

(Please e-mail me, at hlynur.orri[at]gmail.com, for drafts.)

Population Ethics Under Risk (with Gustaf Arrhenius)

Gambling with Death

Belief Revision for Growing Awareness (with Katie Steele) 

A Dutch Book with Risk-Free Utility