My interests lay at the interstices of game & decision theory, general philosophy of science, biology, economics, and epistemology. I have been focusing on foundational and methodological challenges in the mathematical modeling of cultural and biological evolution. This research often connects, interestingly enough, to questions in the theories of learning and strategic interaction.
I also have interests in political philosophy informed by decision and game theory (esp. A. Sen and J. Harsanyi), history of analytic philosophy (esp. B. Russell and B. de Finetti), philosophy of mathematics (esp. D. Hilbert and P. I. Bernays), empiricism (esp. D. Hume and T. Reid), and American pragmatism (esp. C. S. Peirce).