Michael Miller



Assistant Professor


St. George,

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  • PhD, University of Pittsburgh
  • MA, Columbia University
  • BA, University of Chicago

Professor Miller’s research interests are primarily in the philosophy of physics, the philosophy of science, and metaphysics. More information about his research and teaching can be found on his website.

Research Interests:

Metaphysics, Philosophy of Physics, Philosophy of Science


  • “Haag’s Theorem, Apparent Inconsistency, and the Empirical Adequacy of Quantum Field Theory, “British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2018) 69(3):801-820.
  • “What, if anything, does quantum field theory explain?” Metascience (2017) 26:455-457. Review of Jonathan Bain: CPT invariance and the spin-statistics connection.
  • “The origins of Schwinger’s Euclidean Green’s functions”, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics (2015) 50:5-12.


Jackman Humanities Building (room 514), 170 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5R 2M8