Richard Bradley is Professor of Philosophy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He works broadly in decision theory and related fields such as formal epistemology and semantics. His research interests include decision making under uncertainty and the role of hypothetical reasoning in reaching judgements about what to do, the nature of the intentional attitudes, belief and preference revision, social value and choice, as well as the nature of chance and our attitudes to it, and decision making under severe uncertainty. He is leader of the Managing Severe Uncertainty project at the LSE.
(Interviewed by Brian Hill in the context of the Coping with Uncertainty: Normative Approaches, Current Practice workshop, Summer 2017.)