Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Ph.D., University of California, Irvine
Philosophy of Biology, Evolutionary Game Theory, Philosophy of Science
Hannah received her PhD from the Department of Logic and Philosophy of Science at UC Irvine. Her main area of research is philosophy of biology, with a particular focus on evolutionary explanations of social behaviors. She also has interests in game theory and general philosophy of science.
Rubin, Hannah. "The debate over inclusive fitness as a debate over methodologies." Philosophy of Science 85.1 (2018): 1-30.
Rubin, Hannah, and Cailin O’Connor. "Discrimination and collaboration in science." Philosophy of Science 85.3 (2018): 380-402.
Bruner, Justin, Cailin O’Connor, Hannah Rubin, and Simon M. Huttegger. "David Lewis in the lab: experimental results on the emergence of meaning." Synthese 195.2 (2018): 603-621.
Rubin, Hannah. "Genetic models in evolutionary game theory: the evolution of altruism." Erkenntnis 80.6 (2015): 1175-1189.