My name is Marij van Strien, and I am a philosopher and historian of science working as an assistant professor at Radboud University, Nijmegen. My research focuses on the history and philosophy of physics in the nineteenth and twentieth century. I am interested in how developments in the natural sciences have influenced influenced philosophical thought and shaped our worldview. I have worked on the impact of quantum mechanics on philosophy in the twentieth century, and on the history of determinism and indeterminism, causality and chance. I am also interested in the rationality of science and the domain and boundaries of natural science.