|Education||University of Pittsburgh (PhD)|
|Thesis||The Refutation of Internalism: An Essay on Intentionality (1984)|
|Doctoral advisor||Wilfrid Sellars|
|Philosophy of language|
Gauker grew up in Bloomington, Minnesota and attended the University of Chicago, where Donald Davidson directed his bachelor's thesis. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Pittsburgh, where Wilfrid Sellars directed his dissertation. Before coming to Salzburg, he was a Professor at the University of Cincinnati.
- Words and Images: An Essay on the Origin of Ideas, Oxford University Press, 2011
- Conditionals in Context, MIT Press, 2005
- Words without Meaning, MIT Press, 2003
- Thinking Out Loud: An Essay on the Relation between Thought and Language, Princeton University Press, 1994
- "Review: Christopher Gauker, Words without Meaning. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2003. pp. xxi, 299" (PDF).
- Weatherson, Brian (8 September 2003). "Review of Words Without Meaning". Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. ISSN 1538-1617.
- Machery, Edouard (23 August 2012). "Review of Words and Images: An Essay on the Origin of Ideas". Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. ISSN 1538-1617.
- Mölder, Bruno (2015). "Interview with Christopher Gauker". Vikerkaar Kultuuriajakiri. 3: 75–80.
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