My interests are in epistemology (esp. formal and social), logic, game theory, decision theory, philosophy of science and pragmatism. In particular, my dissertation focuses on how to best represent the consensus and dynamic of a social group given the attitude of its individuals. Its central concern is the relation between the individual and the collective. Its chapters characterize group opinion within Bayesian epistemology, judgments of sympathy via utility theory, and their dynamics through contagion on networks.
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