PhD. in Philosophy, Princeton University, September 2008. Advisor: Hans Halvorson.
B.S. in Philosophy (with Highest Honors) and Physics, University of Michigan, April 2003.
Professor Baker’s research focused on the philosophy of physics and science.
“Broken Symmetry and Spacetime.” Forthcoming in Philosophy of Science.
“‘The Experience of Left and Right’ Meets the Physics of Left and Right.” Forthcoming in Nous.
“Symmetry and the Metaphysics of Physics.” Forthcoming in Philosophy Compass.
“Antimatter,” with Hans Halvorson. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 61 (2010): 93-121.
“Against Field Interpretations of Quantum Field Theory.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 60 (2009): 585-609. (Winner of the 2010 Cushing Prize.)