Philosophy 3027F: Berkeley, an in-depth investigation and assessment of Berkeley's notorious philosophical idealism. (Details here.)
Phil 2021F: Oppositions and Paradoxes, a course exploring opposed concepts and paradoxes in philosophy, mathematics, and science. (Details here.)
Markus Mueller is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Applied Mathematics. Trained as a theoretical physicist, he is interested in applying ideas from information theory to obtain new insights into fundamental physics. This involves research on the foundations of quantum mechanics, quantum information theory, (quantum) thermodynamics, and more broadly questions of epistemic approaches to physics, computability, induction, and probability.
Wayne Myrvold is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy and member of the Rotman Institute of Philosophy. He is a philosopher of science, whose work is chiefly concerned with the philosophy of physics, and, in particular with the interpretation of quantum mechanics. He has interest in confirmation theory (or perhaps, better, in the relation between theory and evidence), and has done work on this in a Bayesian context.