Work in Progress

Accuracy gains for fair ensembles: The wisdom of artificial crowds

Compromising on opinion: No unfair underrepresentation

Normative uncertainty meets voting theory


Elkin, L., & Pettigrew, R. Opinion Pooling (Cambridge Elements in Decision Theory and Philosophy). Cambridge University Press.


Elkin, L. (2023). The precautionary principle and expert disagreement. Erkenntnis, 88, 2717-2726.

Elkin, L. (2022). Too rational: How predictive coding’s success risks harming the mentally disordered and ill. Journal of NeuroPhilosophy, 1(1), 41-48.

Elkin, L. (2021). Regret averse opinion aggregation. Ergo: An Open Access Journal of Philosophy, 8(16), 473-495.

Colombo, M., Elkin, L., & Hartmann, S. (2021). Being realist about Bayes, and the predictive processing theory of mind. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 72(1), 185-220.

Elkin, L., & Wheeler, G. (2018). Resolving peer disagreements through imprecise probabilities. Noûs, 52(2), 260-278.

Elkin, L. (2015). An epistemically modest response to disagreement, AGM-ified. The Reasoner, 9(9), 76-77.