Epistemic Strategies pt. 1

This is the first of a two-part essay on strategic manipulations of other agents' epistemic states. Part One lays the groundwork by tying together theories of metonyms, expression games, and signals vs. cues. Part Two will lay out the epistemic axes of legibility vs. illegibility, commitment vs. flexibility, and ignorance vs. knowingness, and the situations… Continue reading Epistemic Strategies pt. 1

Pfeilstorch Progress: Games, Dialectic, Spirit

This was written for a pending grant application, to give an overview of the work we've been doing in the inexact sciences with the Pfeilstorch group. Sharing it to give a sense of what I've been up to and working on the past 12 months. Most of our publications have revolved around representation, communication, and… Continue reading Pfeilstorch Progress: Games, Dialectic, Spirit