Elliott WagnerElliott Wagner


Assistant professor

Dr. Wagner specializes in philosophy of science, formal epistemology, game and decision theory.

Education

Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine, 2012

Representative publications

“The dynamics of costly signaling.” Games. (2013) 4: 161-183.

"The explanatory relevance of Nash equilibrium: One-dimensional chaos in boundedly rational learning." Philosophy of Science. Forthcoming.

“Evolving to divide the fruits of cooperation.” Philosophy of Science. 79 (2012): 81-94.

“Deterministic chaos and the evolution of meaning.” The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. (2011).

“Communication and structured correlation.” Erkenntnis. 71 (2009): 377–393.