Adrian K. Yee is currently a PhD student @ the IHPST. He completed a BA (Honors) in Philosophy @ the University of British Columbia and an MA in History and Philosophy of Science @ the IHPST. He is focusing primarily on the uses and abuses of mathematics in economic methodology, theories of measuring well-being (at the level of populations and individuals), and competing proposals for the ideal distribution of resources in society. Secondary interests include the public understanding of scientific knowledge, American Pragmatism (esp. Dewey, Peirce, and Rorty), and the philosophy of logic.