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Advisory Editor: Werner Ceusters

Murat Aydede
Defending the IASP Definition of Pain

Frédérique de Vignemont
Pain and Touch

Michael Tye
Are Pains Feelings?

Bence Nanay
Pain and Mental Imagery

Nada Gligorov
Don’t Worry, This Will Only Hurt a Bit: The Role of Expectation and Attention in Pain Intensity

Grant Duncan
The Meanings of ‘Pain’ in Historical, Social, and Political Context


Advisory Editors: Angela Breitenbach and Michela Massimi

Zvi Biener and Eric Schliesser
The Certainty, Modality, and Grounding of Newton’s Laws

James Kreines
Kant on the Laws of Nature: Restrictive Inflationism and Its Philosophical Advantages

Lydia Patton
Kantian Essentialism in the Metaphysical Foundations

Chris Smeenk and Yann Benétreau-Dupin
The Cosmos As Involving Local Laws and Inconceivable without Them

Philippe Huneman
Kant’s Concept of Organism Revisited: A Framework for a Possible Synthesis between Developmentalism and Adaptationism?

Angela Breitenbach and Yoon Choi
Pluralism and the Unity of Science

Michela Massimi
Laws of Nature, Natural Properties, and the Robustly Best System

Marc Lange
Is Kantian Projectivism the Only Hope for Grounding the Principal Principle? (No.)


Advisory Editor: Gary Kemp

Gary Kemp
Is Everything a Set? Quine and (Hyper)Pythagoreanism

Sean Morris
The Significance of Quine’s New Foundations for the Philosophy of Set Theory

Adam Rieger
Was Quine Right About Subjunctive Conditionals?

John Divers
How Skeptical Is Quine’s “Modal Skepticism”?

Peter Hylton
Carnap and Quine on the Nature of Evidence (and the Nature of Philosophy)

Martin Gustafsson
Quine on Translation and Logical Deviance

Frederique Janssen-Lauret
The Quinean Roots of Lewis’s Humeanism

James Pearson
Caring for Quine’s Don’t-Cares

Lieven Decock
Quine’s “Strictly Vegetarian” Analyticity


Advisory Editor: Uriah Kriegel

Johannes L. Brandl
Was Brentano an Early Deflationist About Truth?

Anna Giustina
Conscious Unity from the Top Down: A Brentanian Approach

Marion Hämmerli and Olivier Massin
Is Purple a Red and Blue Chessboard? Brentano on Colour Mixtures

Michelle Montague
A Contemporary View of Brentano’s Theory of Emotion

Kevin Mulligan
Brentano’s Knowledge, Austrian Verificationisms, and Epistemic Accounts of Truth and Value

Jonas Olson
Two Kinds of Ethical Intuitionism: Brentano’s and Reid’s

Hamid Taieb
Intentionality and Reference: A Brentanian Distinction

Mark Textor
From Mental Holism to the Soul and Back


Advisory Editors: Martin Beckstein and Francis Cheneval

Martin Beckstein and Francis Cheneval
Conservatism: Analytically Reconsidered

Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin
Practical Conservatism

Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin
Conservative Value

Vanessa Rampton
The Impossibility of Conservatism? An Example from Russian History

Nir Eyal and Emma Dayer-Tieffenbach
Incommensurability and Trade

Jonathan Pugh, Guy Kahane, and Julian Savulescu
Bioconservatism, Partiality, and the Human-Nature Objection to Enhancement

Kieron O’Hara
Conservatism, Epistemology, and Value

Kristóf Nyíri
Conservatism and Common-Sense Realism


Advisory Editor: Fiora Salis

Roman Frigg and James Nguyen
The Fiction View of Models Reloaded

Fiora Salis
The Nature of Model-World Comparisons

Alisa Bokulich
Fiction As a Vehicle for Truth: Moving Beyond the Ontic Conception

Adam Toon
Fictionalism and the Folk

Gregory Currie
Models As Fictions, Fictions As Models

Elay Shech
Fiction, Depiction, and the Complementarity Thesis in Art and Science


Advisory Editor: Mark Alfano

Julia Driver
Minimal Virtue

Mauro Rossi and Christine Tappolet
Virtue, Happiness, and Well-Being

Peggy DesAutels
Power, Virtue, and Vice

Jacob Berger and Mark Alfano
Virtue, Situationism, and the Cognitive Value of Art

Quassim Cassam
Vice Epistemology

Ian James Kidd
Charging Others with Epistemic Vice

Brian Robinson
Character, Caricature, and Gossip

Noell Birondo
Virtue and Prejudice: Giving and Taking Reasons


Advisory Editor: Asa Kasher

Philip J. Rossi
War As Morally Unintelligible: Sovereign Agency and the Limits of Kantian Autonomy

David C. Graves
Martial Arts and the Artworld

Hilly Moodrick-Even Khen
Aidōs and Dikē in International Humanitarian Law: Is IHL a Legal or a Moral System?

Kevin P. Tobia
The Language of War

David Whetham
“Are We Fighting Yet?” Can Traditional Just War Concepts Cope With Contemporary Conflict and the Changing Character of War?

Christopher J. Eberle
Rights, Goods, and Proportionate War

Elad Uzan
Soldiers, Civilians, and In Bello Proportionality: A Proposed Revision


Advisory Editor: Patti Tamara Lenard

Patti Tamara Lenard
The Political Philosophy of Trust and Distrust in Democracies and Beyond

Paul Gowder
What the Laws Demand of Socrates—and of Us

Yann Allard-Tremblay
Trust and Distrust in the Achievement of Popular Control

Meena Krishnamurthy
(White) Tyranny and the Democratic Value of Distrust

Phil Parvin
Is Deliberative Democracy Feasible? Political Disengagement and Trust in Liberal Democratic States

Amandine Catala
Democracy, Trust, and Epistemic Justice

Alice MacLachlan
“Trust Me, I’m Sorry”: The Paradox of Public Apology

Neus Torbisco Casals
Beyond Altruism? Globalizing Democracy in the Age of Distrust


Advisory Editors: Javier Cumpa and Peter M. Simons

Otávio Bueno, Jacob Busch, & Scott A. Shalkowski
The No-Category Ontology

A.R.J. Fisher
Samuel Alexander’s Theory of Categories

Dale Jacquette
Categories and Preferences Among Category Systems

Fraser MacBride & Frederique Janssen-Lauret
Metaontology, Epistemology, and Essence: On the Empirical Deduction of the Categories

Gary S. Rosenkrantz
Life and Death

Johanna Seibt
Ontological Scope and Linguistic Diversity: Are There Universal Categories?

Erwin Tegtmeier
Particulars and Other Categories


Advisory Editors: Mario De Caro and Maurizio Ferraris

Mario De Caro & Maurizio Ferraris
Foreword

Graham Harman
Fear of Reality: On Realism and Infra-Realism

Lynne Rudder Baker
Ontology Down-to-Earth

Iain Hamilton Grant
Everything

Vincenzo Santarcangelo & Enrico Terrone
Sounds and Other Denizens of Time

Markus Gabriel
Neutral Realism

Mario De Caro
Realism, Common Sense, and Science

Maurizio Ferraris
Transcendental Realism


Advisory Editors: Karen Green and Ruth Hagengruber

Karen Green and Ruth Hagengruber
Introduction

Sarah Hutton
‘Blue-Eyed Philosophers Born on Wednesdays’: An Essay on Women and History of Philosophy

Mary Ellen Waithe
From Canon Fodder to Canon-Formation: How Do We Get There from Here?

Ruth Hagengruber
Cutting Through the Veil of Ignorance: Rewriting the History of Philosophy

Luka Boršić and Ivana Skuhala Karasman
Isotta Nogarola—The Beginning of Gender Equality in Europe

Andreas Blank
Mary Astell on Flattery and Self-Esteem

Jessica Gordon-Roth
Catharine Trotter Cockburn’s Defence of Locke

Jacqueline Broad
“A Great Championess for Her Sex”: Sarah Chapone on Liberty As Nondomination and Self-Mastery

Karen Green
A Moral Philosophy of Their Own? The Moral and Political Thought of Eighteenth-Century British Women

Sandrine Berges
Sophie de Grouchy on the Cost of Domination in the Letters on Sympathy and Two Anonymous Articles in Le Républicain

Katarina Loncarevic
A Feminist Philosopher on the Fringe of History: Ksenija Atanasijevic and Ancient Greek Philosophy


Advisory Editors: Francesco Berto, Frederick Kroon, and Alberto Voltolini

Francesco Berto, Frederick Kroon, and Alberto Voltolini
Metaontology: Introduction

Graham Priest
Sein Language

Jody Azzouni
Freeing Talk of Nothing from the Cognitive illusion of aboutness

Chris Daly & David Liggins
Indefence of Existence Questions

Peter Van Inwagen
Fictionalist Nominalism and Applied Mathematics

Cian Dorr
Quantifier Variance and the Collapse Theorems

Kyle Mitchell
Pragmatism, Joint-Carving, and Ontology

Giorgio Lando & Giuseppe Spolaore
Transcendental Disagreement


Advisory Editor: Paul Humphreys

Anouk Barberousse & Cyrille Imbert
Recurring Models and Sensitivity to Computational Constraints

Tarja Knuuttila & Andrea Loettgers
Magnets, Spins, and Neurons: The Dissemination of Model Templates Across Disciplines

Seth Bullock
Levins and the Lure of Artificial Worlds

Alisa Bokulich
How the Tiger Bush Got Its Stripes: ‘How Possibly’ Vs. ‘How Actually’ Model Explanations

Johannes Lenhard
Autonomy and Automation: Computational Modeling, Reduction, and Explanation in Quantum Chemistry

Eckhart Arnold
What’s Wrong With Social Simulations?

OtáVio Bueno
Computer Simulations: An Inferential Conception

Claus Beisbart
Are We Sims? How Computer Simulations Represent and What This Means for the Simulation Argument


Advisory Editors: Maurizio Ferraris and Leonardo Caffo

Leonardo Caffo
Foreword

Enrico Terrone
Traces, Documents, and the Puzzle of “Permanent Acts”

Michael Buckland
Documentality Beyond Documents

Jean-Michel Salaün
Why the Document is Important…and How it Is Becoming Transformed

Maurizio Ferraris
Total Mobilization: Recording, Documentality, Normativity

Barry Smith and David Koepsell
Beyond Paper

Luca Martignani
Feline Microchip: An Exercise in the Sociology of Documentality

Boris Hennig
Documents: Fillers of Informational Gaps


Advisory Editor: Bence Nanay

Bence Nanay
The Dethroning of Ideocracy: Robert Musil as a Philosopher

Philip Kitcher
The Youth Without Qualities

Achille C. Varzi
Musil’s Imaginary Bridge

Sabine Döring
What is an Emotion? Musil’s Adverbial Theory

Kevin Mulligan
Foolishness, Stupidity, and Cognitive Values

Barbara Sattler
Contingency and Necessity: Human Agency in Musil’s The Man Without Qualities

Catrin Misselhorn
Musil’s Metaphysical View: Between Philosophical Naturalism and Philosophy as Literature

Philippe Mach
Ethics and Aesthetics: Reuniting the Siamese Twins

Catherine Wilson
Mach, Musil, and Modernism


Advisory Editor: Tamás Demeter

Tamás Demeter
Mental Fictionalism: The Very Idea

Adam Morton
Imaginary Emotion

Richard Joyce
Psychological Fictionalism, and the Threat of Fictionalist Suicide

Mark Sprevak
Fictionalism about Neural Representation

Chris Daly
Psychology and Indispensability

Daniel Hutto
Fictionalism about Folk Psychology

Ted Parent
In the Mental Fiction, Mental Fictionalism is Fictitious

Miklós Márton and János Tőzsér
Mental Fictionalism As an Undermotivated Theory


Advisory Editor: James Beebe

Justin L. Barrett & Ian M. Church
Should CSR Give Atheists Epistemic Assurance? On Beer-Goggles, BFFs, and Skepticism Regarding Religious Beliefs

John Teehan
The Cognitive Bases of the Problem of Evil

Jason Marsh
Darwin and the Problem of Natural Nonbelief

Steven Horst
Notions of Intuition in the Cognitive Science of Religion

Adam Green
Cognitive Science and the Natural Knowledge of God

Paul Draper & Ryan Nichols
Diagnosing Bias in Philosophy of Religion

Konrad Talmont-Kaminski
For God and Country, Not Necessarily for Truth: The Nonalethic Function of Superempirical Beliefs

Robert Audi
The Scientific Study of Religion and the Pillars of Human Dignity


Advisory Editor: Dale Jacquette

Ian Rumfitt
Sense and Evidence

Martin Stokhof
Formal Semantics and Wittgenstein: An Alternative?

Terence Horgan
Original Intentionality is Phenomenal Intentionality

Anil Gupta
The Relationship of Experience to Thought

Laureano Luna
Indefinite Extensibility in Natural Language


Advisory Editors: Randall Dipert and David Hershenov

Roberta De Monticelli
Constitution and Unity: Lynn Baker and the Unitarian Tradition

Lynne Rudder Baker
Technology and the Future of Persons

Amie L. Thomasson
The Ontological Significance of Constitution

Tessa Jones
The Constitution of Events

Ingvar Johansson
Constitution as a Relation within Mathematics

Harold Noonan
Moderate Monism, Sortal Concepts, and Relative Identity

E.J. Lowe
Mereological Extensionality, Supplementation, and Material Constitution

Andrew Newman
On the Constitution of Solid Objects out of Atoms


Advisory Editor: Julian Dodd

Stephen Davies
On Defining Music

Michael Morris
The Meaning of Music

James O. Young
Resemblance, Convention, and Musical Expressiveness

Bence Nanay
Musical Twofoldness

Stefano Predelli
When Music Makes Sounds

David Davies
Enigmatic Variations

Aaron Ridley
Musical Ontology, Musical Reasons

Robert Kraut
Ontology: Music and Art


Advisory Editor: Juha Räikkä

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Thalia Wheatley
The Disunity of Morality and Why it Matters to Philosophy

Walter Glannon
Neuropsychological Aspects of Enhancing the Will

Julian Savulescu, Ingmar Persson
Moral Enhancement, Freedom, and the God Machine

Alfred Mele
Another Scientific Threat to Free Will?

Robyn Repko Waller
Beyond Button Presses: The Neuroscience of Free and Morally Appraisable Actions

Andrew Fenton
Neuroscience and the Problem of Other Animal Minds: Why It May Not Matter So Much for Neuroethics

Andy Lamey
Primitive Self-Consciousness and Avian Cognition

Juha Räikkä, Saul Smilansky
The Ethics of Alien Attitudes


Advisory Editor: James R. Beebe

Amie L. Thomasson
Experimental Philosophy and the Methods of Ontology

Jonathan M. Weinberg, Joshua Alexander, Chad Gonnerman, Shane Reuter
Restrictionism and Reflection: Challenge Deflected, or Simply Redirected?

Niki Pfeifer
Experiments on Aristotle’s Thesis: Towards an Experimental Philosophy of Conditionals

Florian Cova, Nicolas Pain
Can Folk Aesthetics Ground Aesthetic Realism?

Mark Alfano, James R. Beebe, Brian Robinson
The Centrality of Belief and Reflection in Knobe-Effect Cases: A Unified Account of the Data

Shaun Nichols
The Indeterminist Intuition: Source and Status

Chris Zarpentine, Heather Cipolletti, Michael Bishop
WINO Epistemology and the Shifting-Sands Problem

Ram Neta
Knowing from the Armchair that Our Intuitions Are Reliable


Advisory Editor: H.E. Baber
Multiculturalism And Cultural Diversity

H.E. Baber: Dilemmas of Multiculturalism: An Introduction
Roy L. Brooks: Cultural Diversity: It’s All About the Mainstream

Can Multiculturalism Be Liberal?

Erik Christensen: Revisiting Multiculturalism and Its Critics
Frederik Stjernfelt: Liberal Multiculturalism as Political Philosophy: Will Kymlicka

Group Rights

Stephen Biggs: Liberalism, Feminism, and Group Rights
Cindy Holder: Devolving Power to Sub-State Groups: Some Worries About the Worries

Liberal Democracies And Illiberal Minorities

Geoffrey Brahm Levey: Liberal Autonomy as a Pluralistic Value
Deen Chatterjee: Veiled Politics: The Liberal Dilemma of Milticulturalism

Cultural Diversity And Social Capital

Richard Thompson Ford: Cultural Rights Versus Civic Virtue?


Advisory Editor: Gillian Brock

Gillian Brock
Cosmopolitanism Versus Non-Cosmopolitanism: The State of Play

Richard W. Miller
Rawls and Global Justice: A Dispute over a Legacy

Kok-Chor Tan
Two Conceptions of Liberal Global Toleration

Simon Caney
Humanity, Associations, and Global Justice: In defence of humanity-centered cosmopolitan egalitarianism

Darrel Moellendorf
Cosmopolitanism and Compatriot Duties

Michael Blake
Coercion, Global Justice, and Political Association

Andrea Sangiovanni
Global Justice and the Moral Arbitrariness of Birth

Pablo Gilabert
Cosmopolitan Overflow

Rekha Nath
Equal Standing in the Global Community

Margaret Moore and Patti Lenard
Rooted cosmopolitanism and special duties


Advisory Editors: Simon Caney and Derek Bell

Introduction
Simon Caney and Derek Bell

Avner de Shalit
Climate Change Refugees, Compensation and Rectification

Greg Bognar
Can the Maximin Principle Serve as a Basis for Climate Change Policy?

Avram Hiller
Climate Change and Individual Responsibility

Benjamin Hale
Nonrenewable Resources and the Inevitability of Outcomes

Derek Bell
Global Climate Justice, Historic Emissions and Excusable Ignorance

Edward Page
Climatic Justice and the Fair Distribution of Atmospheric Burdens: A Conjunctive Account

Darrel Moellendorf
A Right to Sustainable Development


Advisory Editor: Matthew H. Slater

Anjan Chakravartty
Scientific Realism and Ontological Relativity

Bence Nanay
What if Reality has No Architecture?

Devin Henry
Aristotle’s Pluralistic Realism

John T. Roberts
Extra-Physical Structure in a Physical World? or, Is the Study of Life Provincial?

Matthew C. Haug
Natural Properties and the Special Sciences: Nonreductive Physicalism without Levels of Reality or Multiple Realizability

Carrie Jenkins
Is Metaphysical Dependence Irreflexive?

Daniel Nolan
Categories and Ontological Dependence


Advisory Editor: Neil E. Williams

Sydney Shoemaker
Realization, Powers, and Property Identity

E.J. Lowe
How Not to Think of Powers: A Deconstruction of the ‘Dispositions and Conditionals’ Debate

John Heil
Powers and the Realization Relation

Stephen Mumford and Rani Lill Anjum
Spoils to the Vector: How to Model Causes If You Are a Realist About Powers

Jonathan D. Jacobs
Powerful Qualities, Not Pure Powers

Sungho Choi
Finkish Dispositions and Contextualism

Jessica Wilson
Non-Reductive Realization and the Powers-based Subset Strategy


Advisory Editor: Niccolò Guicciardini

Michael Friedman
A Post-Kuhnian Approach to the History and Philosophy of Science

Menachem Fisch
Toward a History and Philosophy of Scientific Agency

George E. Smith
Revisiting Accepted Science: The Indispensability of the History of Science

Domenico Bertoloni Meli
Patterns of Transformation in Seventeenth-Century Mechanics

Bence Nanay
Rational Reconstruction Reconsidered

A.W. Carus
The Pragmatics of Scientific Knowledge: Howard Stein’s Reshaping of Logical Empiricism

Gábor Á. Zemplén & Tamás Demeter
Being Charitable to Scientific Controversies: On the Demonstrativity of Newton’s Experimentum Crucis

Andrew Janiak
Substance and Action in Descartes and Newton


Advisory Editor: Richard Davies

Richard Davies
Intellectual Propriety

Rita Risser
Determinism, Creative Works and Proprietorship

Paul Taylor
Images and Stories

Laura Biron
Two Challenges to the Idea of Intellectual Property

Andrea Bottani
Intellectual Property as a Kind of Metaproperty

Massimiliano Carrara and Marzia Soavi
Copies, Replicas and Counterfeits of Artworks and Artifacts

Michael Wreen
The Ontology of Intellectual Property

James Wilson
Ontology and the Regulation of Intellectual Property

Jonathan Trerise
Against the Strength of Patent Protection

David Koepsell
Authorship and Artifacts: Remaking IP Law for Future Objects


Advisory Editors: Robin O. Andreasen and Ron Mallon

Sally Haslanger
Language, Politics and “The Folk”: Looking for “The Meaning” of ‘Race’

Bernard R. Boxill
“A Man’s a Man for All That”

Jorge J.E. Gracia
Racism: Negative and Positive?

Edouard Machery, Luc Faucher, and Daniel R. Kelly
On the Alleged Inadequacy of Psychological Explanations of Racism

Bence Nanay
Three Ways of Resisting Racism

Jonathan Michael Kaplan
When Socially Determined Categories Make Biological Realities: Understanding Black/White Health Disparities in the U.S.

Lawrence Blum
Racialized Groups: The Sociohistorical Consensus

Joshua Glasgow
The End of Historical Constructivism: Circularity, Redundancy, Indeterminacy

Christoph Fehige and Robert H. Frank
Feeling Our Way to the Common Good: Utilitarianism and the Moral Sentiments


Advisory Editor: Quentin Smith

Duncan Pritchard
Absurdity, Angst, and the Meaning of Life

David Heyd and Franklin G. Miller
Life Plans: Do They Give Meaning to our Lives?

Lisa Bortolotti
Agency, Life Extension, and the Meaning of Life

Laurence James
Activity and the Meaningfulness of Life

Bence Nanay
Group Selection and our Obsession with the Meaning of Life

Michael A. Almeida
Two Challenges to Moral Nihilism

Tim Oakley
The Issue is Meaninglessness

Shidan Lotfi
The ‘Purposiveness’ of Life: Kant’s Critique of Natural Teleology

Jason Murphy
Betting on Life: A Pascalian Argument for Seeking to Discover Meaning

Christoph Fehige and Robert H. Frank
Feeling Our Way to the Common Good: Utilitarianism and the Moral Sentiments


Forgiveness: An Introduction

Leo ZaibertBlame Versus Forgiveness

John KekesAnger, Faith, and Forgiveness

Andrea Westlund

A Little Treatise on Forgiveness and Human Nature
Ingvar Johansson

The Case of Dostoevsky’s General: Some Ruminations on Forgiving the Unforgivable
Jeffrie G. Murphy

The Standing to Forgive
Glen Pettigrove

Reconciliation: Not Retribution, not Justice, Perhaps not even Forgiveness
Berel Lang


Peter M. Simons
Foreword

Michael Davis
Defining Engineering from Chicago to Shantou

Carl Mitcham
The Philosophical Inadequacy of Engineering

Billy V. Koen
The Engineering Method and its Implications for Scientific, Philosophical, and Universal Methods

Riichiro Mizoguchi and Yoshinobu Kitamura
A Functional Ontology of Artifacts

Wybo Houkes and Pieter E. Vermaas
Contemporary Engineering and the Metaphysics of Artefacts: Beyond the Artisan Model

Christian Illies and Anthonie Meijers
Artefacts Without Agency

Hans Poser
Technology and Necessity

Mariam Halos
Systems


Maurizio Ferraris and Luca Morena

Foreword

Romano Prodi
In Favour of Europe

John Laughland
European Integration: A Marxist Utopia?

Sebastiano Maffettone

The Legacy of the Enlightenment and the Exemplarity of the EU Model

Yves Hersant
Rally Round the European Flag?

Margaret Gilbert
A Real Unity of Them All

Maurizio Ferraris
Documentality, or Europe

Pascal Engel
Julien Benda’s Thoughtful Europe


Michael Moore
Introduction

Stephen Mumford
Passing Powers Around

Phil Dowe
Absences, Possible Causation, and the Problem of Non-Locality

Doug Ehring
Abstracting Away from Preemption

Chris Hitchcock
Problems for the Conserved Quantity Theory: Counterexamples, Circularity, and Redundancy

Bence Nanay
The Properties of Singular Causation

Michael Rota
An Anti-reductionist Account of Singular Causation

Jessica Wilson
Resemblance-based Resources for Reductive Singularism


Cass R. Sunstein and Richard H. Thaler
Privatizing Marriage

John Finnis
Marriage: A Basic and Exigent Good

Adèle Mercier
On the Nature of Marriage

Patrick Lee
Marriage, Procreation, and Same-Sex Unions

Adèle Mercier: Reply to Lee

Patrick Lee: Rejoinder to Mercier

Jeremy R. Garrett
History, Tradition, and the Normative Foundations of Civil Marriage

Alex Rajczi
A Populist Argument for Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

Bryan R. Weaver and Fiona Woollard
Marriage and the Norm of Monogamy

Mary Catherine Geach
Lying with the Body

Andrea C. Westlund
The Reunion of Marriage

Brook Sadler
Re-thinking Civil Unions and Same-Sex Marriage

Gerard Bradley
What’s in a Name?


Amie L. Thomasson
Phenomenal Consciousness and the Phenomenal World

Joseph Levine
Secondary Qualities: Where Consciousness and Intentionality Meet

Colin McGinn
Consciousness as Knowingness

Adam Pautz
The Interdependence of Phenomenology and Intentionality

Katalin Farkas
Phenomenal Intentionality without Compromise

Itay Shani
Against Consciousness Chauvinism

James Tartaglia
Intentionality, Consciousness, and the Mark of the Mental: Rorty’s Challenge

Terry Horgan and Uriah Kriegel
Phenomenal Intentionality Meets the Extended Mind


Anita L. Allen
The Virtuous Spy: Privacy as an Ethical Limit

Geoffrey Brennan
The Economy of Privacy: Institutional Design in the Economy of Esteem

Leslie P. Francis
Privacy and Confidentiality: The Importance of Context

Chandran Kukathas
Cultural Privacy

Scott Anderson
Privacy without the Right to Privacy

David Matheson
A Distributive Reductionism about the Right to Privacy

Steve Matthews
Privacy, Separation and Control

David Meeler
Is Information All We Need to Protect?

Travis Dumsday
Group Privacy and Government Surveillance of Religious Services


Michael T. Ghiselin and Olaf Breidbach
The Search for the Basis of Natural Classification

Stefan Schulz and Ingvar Johansson
Continua in Biological Systems

Russ Altman
Ontological Issues in Pharmacogenomics

Ludger Jansen
Tendencies and Other Realizables in Medical Information Sciences

Neil Williams
The Factory Model of Disease

Christopher J. O. Baker, Robert H. Warren, Volker Haarslev, Greg Butler
The Ecology of Ontologies in the Public Domain


Roberto Casati and Achille C. Varzi
Foreword

Hud Hudson
Lesser Kinds Quartet

Kristie Miller
Immaterial Beings

Andrew Wake, Joshua Spencer, and Gregory Fowler
Holes as Regions of Spacetime

Antony Galton
On the Paradoxical Nature of Surfaces: Ontology at the Physics/Geometry Interface

Jérôme Dokic
Two Ontologies of Sound

Casey O’Callaghan
Echoes

István Aranyosi
Shadows of Constitution

Roy Sorensen
The Vanishing Point

Alvin I. Goldman
A Program for “Naturalizing” Metaphysics, with Application to the Ontology of Events


John Haldane
Introduction: Scottish Philosophy

Gordon Graham
The Ambition of Scottish Philosophy

Daniel Robinson
The Scottish Enlightenment and the American Founding

Paul Russell
Hume’s Lucretian Mission: Is It Self-Refuting?

Margaret Schabas
Groups Versus Individuals in Hume’s Political Economy

John Glassford
Sympathy and Spectatorship in Scottish Writing after Hume

Ryan Nichols
Natural Philosophy and its Limits in the Scottish Enlightenment

James Van Cleve
Reid’s Answer to Molyneux’s Question

Dabney Townsend
Dugald Stewart: Beauty and Taste

James Feiser
The Rise and Fall of James Beattie’s Theory of Truth

Jenny Keefe
James Ferrier and the Theory of Ignorance

Mark Weblin
John Anderson on Reid and Scottish Philosophy


John Laughland,
The Crooked Timber of Reality: Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and the Confusions Of Human Rights

April Morgan
Sovereignty’s New Story

Danilo Zolo
Contemporary Uses of the Notion of ‘Empire’

Daniel Kofman
The Normative Limits to the Dispersal of Territorial Sovereignty

David Chandler:
Potemkin Sovereignty: Statehood Without Politics in the New World Order

M. R. R. Ossewaarde
Three Rival Versions of Political Enquiry: Althusius and the Concept of Sphere Sovereignty

Siegfried van Duffel
Sovereignty as a Religious Concept


David S. Oderberg
Foreword

Stéphane Courtois
Genetics Engineering, Moral Autonomy, and Equal Treatment

Thomas May and Ryan Spellecy
Autonomy, Full Information, and Genetic Ignorance in Reproductive Medicine

Eve Garrard and Stephen Wilkinson
Choosing Disability: ‘Screening In’ and the Welfare of the Child

Anthony Wrigley
Genetic Selection and Modal Harms

Russell Blackford
Dr Frankenstein Meets Lord Devlin: Genetic Engineering and the Principle of Intangible Harm

Jacqueline A. Laing
Artificial Reproduction, Blood Relatedness, and Human Identity

Martin O’Neill
Genetic Information, Life Insurance, and Social Justice


E. J. Lowe
How Real is Substantial Change?

Antony Galton
On the Process of Coming into Existence

Lynne Rudder Baker
Everyday Concepts as a Guide to Reality

S. Matthew Liao
The Organism View Defended

Rose Koch
Conjoined Twins and the Biological Account of Personal Identity

Christopher Belshaw
My Beginnings

Eric T. Olson
The Paradox of Increase

Allan Hazlett
Disassembly and Destruction


Marc Trachtenberg
The Problem of International Order and How to Think About It

W. Julian Korab-Karpowicz
How International Relations Theorists Can Benefit by Reading Thucydides

Tom Sorell
Hobbes on Trade, Consumption and International Order

Kristen Hessler
Democratic Government and International Justice

Robert Jackson
Doctrinal War: Religion and Ideology in International Conflict

Philip Pettit,
Democracy, National and International

David Kaiser
Neither Marxist nor Whig: The Great Atlantic Crises, 1774-1962, and the Foundations of Domestic and International Order

Tomas Kapitan
Self-Determination and International Order


Hartry Field
Compositional Principles Versus Schematic Reasoning.

Robert Barnard and Terence Horgan
Truth As Mediated Correspondence

Frank Jackson
Representation, Truth, and Realism

Michael P. Lynch
Rewrighting Pluralism

Alexander Miller
Russell, Multiple Relations, and the Correspondence Theory Of Truth

Nikolaj Jang Pedersen
What Can the Problem of Mixed Inferences Teach Us about Alethic Pluralism?

Roy T. Cook
There are Non-Circular Paradoxes (But Yablo’s isn’t One of Them!)

Douglas Eden Patterson
Tarski, The Liar, and Inconsistent Languages

Nicholas J.J. Smith
Semantic Regularity and the Liar Paradox


Frank Arntzenius and John Hawthorne
Gunk and Continuous Variation

David Robb
Qualitative Unity and the Bundle Theory

John Heil
What is a Table?

E. J. Lowe
How are Ordinary Objects Possible?

M. Ayers
Ordinary Objects, Ordinary Language and Identity

R. Casati
Common Sense, Philosophical and Theoretical Notions of an Object: Some Methodological Problems

M. Heller
Anti-Essentialism and Counterpart Theory


Achille C. Varzi
Foreword

Theodore Sider
Traveling in A- and B- Time

Robin Le Poidevin
The Cheshire Cat Problem and Other Spatial Obstacles to Backwards Time Travel

Jonathan Simon
Is Time Travel a Problem for the Three-Dimensionalist?

Matthew Slater
The Necessity of Time Travel (on Pain of Indeterminacy)

Nicholas J.J. Smith
Why Would Time Travellers Try to Kill their Younger Selves?

Peter Vranas
Do Cry Over Spilt Milk: Possibly You Can Change the Past

Steven Savitt
Time Travel and Becoming

David Horacek
Time Travel in Indeterministic Worlds

Gordon Stevenson
Time Travel, Agency, and Nomic Constraint


Francisco J. Gil-White
How Conformism Creates Ethnicity Creates Conformism
(and Why This Matters to Lots of Things)

Richard H. McAdams
Conformity to Inegalitarian Conventions and Norms: The Relevance of Coordination and Esteem

Brian Skyrms
Dynamics of Conformist Bias

Patrick Colm Hogan
Dissenting Identities, or: The Radical Conformist’s Guide to Non-Conformism

Aaron Preston
Conformism in Analytic Philosophy: On Shaping Philosophical Boundaries and Prejudices


Laurence Goldstein
Introduction

Deborah Brown
What Part of ‘Know’ Don’t You Understand?

Peter B. Lewis
Schopenhauer’s Laughter

Nickolas Pappas
Morality Gags

John Lippitt
Is a Sense of Humour a Virtue?

Philip Percival
Comic Normativity and the Ethics of Humor

Oliver Conolly and Bashshar Haydar
The Good, the Bad and the Funny

Peter Cave
Humour and Paradox Laid Bare

Noël Carroll
Two Comic Plot Structures


David Braddon-Mitchell and Kristie Miller
How to be a Conventional Person

John Campbell
The First Person, Embodiment and the Certainty that One Exists

Matti Eklund
Personal Identity, Concerns, and Indeterminacy

Denis Robinson
Failing to Agree or Failing to Disagree? – Personal Identity Quasi-Relativism

Howard Robinson
Thought Experiments, Ontology and Concept-dependent Truthmakers

Carol Rovane
Alienation and the Alleged Separateness of Persons

Sydney Shoemaker
Brown and Brownson Revisited

David Wiggins
Reply to Shoemaker

Sydney Shoemaker
Reply to Wiggins

David Wiggins
Reply to Shoemaker


Classes, Worlds and Hypergunk
Daniel Nolan

Hypergunk
Allen Hazen

Chopping Up Gunk
John Hawthorne and Brian Weatherson

Grit or Gunk: Implications of the Banach-Tarski Paradox
Peter Forrest

Extended Simples: A Third Way Between Atoms and Gunk
Peter Simons

Borderline Simple or Extremely Simple?
Katherine Hawley

Simples, Stuff, and Simple People
Ned Markosian

Plurals and Simples
Gabriel Uzquiano


Being Conscious of Ourselves
David M. Rosenthal

Consciousness and Self-Consciousness
Uriah Kriegel

Knowing the Reference of the First Person Pronoun
John Campbell

Self-Consciousness and the Unity of Consciousness
Tim Bayne

Inverted First-Person Authority
Colin McGinn

Introspection, Perception, and Epistemic Privilege: Response to McGinn
Quassim Cassam

Skepticism, Deflation and the Rediscovery of the Self
Stephen L. White


Wybo Houkes and Pieter Vermaas
Actions versus Functions: A Plea for an Alternative Metaphysics of Artifacts

Richard Cameron
How to be a Realist about sui generis Teleology Yet Feel at Home in the 21st Century

Ingvar Johannson
Functions, Function Concepts, and Scales

Tim Schroeder
Functions from Regulation

Peter H. Schwartz
An Alternative to Conceptual Analysis in the Function Debate

Marc Perlman
The Modern Philosopical Resurrection Of Teleology


Noël Carroll
Art and Mood: Preliminary Notes and Conjectures

Greg Currie and Jon Jureidini
Art and delusion

Mark DeBellis
Schenkerian Analysis and the Intelligent Listener

Mark Rollins
The Mind in Pictures: Perceptual Strategies and the Interpretation of Visual Art

Dominic McIver Lopes
Pictures and the Representational Mind

Robert Hopkins
Pictures, Phenomenology and Cognitive Science

John Hyman
Subjectivism in the Theory of Pictorial Art


Deen K. Chatterjee
Moral Distance: Introduction

Jeremy Waldron
Who Is My Neighbor? – Humanity and Proximity

Wendy Hamblet
The Geography of Goodness: Proximity’s Dilemma

Soran Reader
Distance, Relationship and Moral Obligation

Richard Arneson
Consequentialism versus Special-Ties Partiality

Garrett Cullity
Asking Too Much

Jan Narveson
We Don’t Owe Them a Thing

Kok-Chor Tan
Patriotic Obligations

Catherine Wilson
A Humean Argument for Benevolence to Strangers

Nicholas Rescher
By the Standards of Their Day

Stephen M. Gardiner
The Pure Intergenerational Problem

Karen Green
Distance, Divided Responsibility and Universalizability


Neil Levy
Cultural Membership and Moral Responsibility

Bernard Weiner
A Naïve Psychologist Examines Bad Luck and the Concept of Responsibility

Susan Dwyer
Moral Development and Moral Responsibility

Raymond C. Tallis
Human Freedom as a Reality-Producing Illusion

Ishtiyaque Haji
Determinism and its Threat to the Moral Sentiments

David Zimmerman
Sour Grapes, Self-Abnegation and Character Building: Responsibility and Non-Responsibility for Self-Induced Preferences

John E. Roemer
Defending Equality of Opportunity

Ted Honderich
20 Million Years of Living Time

David Braybrooke
A Progressive Approach to Personal Responsibility for Global Beneficence


Peripatetic Perversion: a Neo-Aristotelian Account of the Nature of Sexual Perversion
Dirk Baltzley

Sexual Perversity
Jerrold Levinson

Kant and Sexual Perversion
Alan Soble

Perversion and Death
Ronald de Sousa

Christopher Williams,
Perverted Attractions Being Conscious of Ourselves


Sebastian Bauer and Heinrich Wansing
Consequence, Counterparts and Substitution

Peter Milne
Harmony, Purity, Simplicity, and a ‘Seemingly Magical Fact’

Aleksy Molczanow
Quantification and Inference

Gila Sher
Logical Consequence: An Epistemic Outline

Mark Siebel
Bolzano’s Concept of Consequence


John Cottingham
Descartes and the Voluntariness of Belief

Jennifer Church
Taking It to Heart: What Choice Do We Have?

David Owens
Epistemic Akrasia

Stephen Hetherington
Epistemic Responsibility: A Dilemma

Gordon Barnes
Resolving the Responsibilism Dilemma: A Reply to Hetherington

Mark Leon
Responsible Believers

Nishi Shah
Clearing Space for Doxastic Voluntarism

Grace Yee
Desiring to Believe

Jonathan Adler
Conundrums of Belief Self-Control

Brian Ribeiro
Epistemological Scepticism(s) and Rational Self-Control


Adam Morton
Introduction

DEFINING EVIL

Hillel Steiner
Calibrating Evil

Ernesto V. Garcia
A Kantian Theory of Evil

Stephen de Wijze
Defining Evil: Insights from the Problem of ‘Dirty Hands’

Paul Thompson
The Evolutionary Biology of Evil

EVIL CHARACTER

Daniel M. Haybron
Moral Monsters and Saints

Shaun Nichols
How Psychopaths Threaten Moral Rationalism: Is It Irrational to Be Immoral?

WHY WE NEED THE CONCEPT OF EVIL

Roy W. Perrett
Evil and Human Nature

Eve Garrard
Evil as an Explanatory Concept

APPENDIX:

Adam Morton
Review of Amélie Oksenberg Rorty, ed. The Many Faces of Evil: Historical Perspectives


Wayne Christensen and Mark Bickhard
Process Dynamics of Normative Function

John Dupre
Is ‘Natural Kind’ a Natural Kind Term?

Peter Godfrey-Smith
On the Evolution of Representational and Interpretive Capacities

Paul E. Griffiths
What is Innateness?

Joseph Laporte
Must Signals Handicap?

James Maclaurin
The Resurrection of Innateness

Sahotra Sarkar
Defining “Biodiversity”: Assessing Biodiversity

Elliot Sober
Reconstructing the Character States of Ancestors: A Likelihood Perspective on Cladistic Parsimony


Raz D. Chen Morris
Optics, Imagination and the Construction of Scientific Observation

Frank D. Horstmann
Hobbes on Hypotheses in Natural Philosophy

Sven K. Knebel
Pietro Sforza Pallavicino’s Quest for Principles of Induction

Cees van Leijenhorst
Place, Space and Matter in Calvinist Physics

Christoph Lüthy
An Aristotelian Watchdog as Avant-Garde Physicist: Julius Caesar Scaliger

Peter McLaughlin
Contraries and Counterweights: Descartes’ Statical Theory of Impact

Jean-Luc Solères
The Question of Intensive Magnitudes among some Jesuits in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries


Daniel Dennett
The Evolution of Culture

Lynd Forguson
Oxford and the “Epidemic” of Ordinary Language Philosophy

Alvin I. Goldman
Social Routes to Belief and Knowledge

Philip Kitcher
Infectious Ideas: Some Preliminary Explorations

Ruth Garrett Millikan.
Purposes and Cross-purposes: On the Evolution of Languages and Language

F. C. T. Moore
Scribes and Texts: A Test Case for Models of Cultural Transmission

Asa Kasher and Ronen Sadka
Constitutive Rule Systems and Cultural Epidemiology


Henry E. Kyburg, Jr.
Probability as a Guide to Life

Timothy McGrew
Direct Inference and the Problem of Induction

Isaac Levi
Objective Modality and Direct Inference

Wesley Salmon
Explaining Things Probabilistically

Christopher Hitchcock
Causal Generalization and Good Advice

Nancy Cartwright
What is Wrong with Bayes Nets?

Gary Malinas
Simpson’s Paradox: A Logically Benign, Empirically Treacherous Hydra

Clark Glymour
Instrumental Probability


James Bohman
Cosmopolitan Republicanism

Alain Boyer
On the Modern Relevance of Old Republicanism

Geoffrey Brennan and Alan Hamlin
Republican Liberty and Resilience

Vivienne Brown
Self-government: the master trope of republican liberty

John Ferejohn
Pettit’s Republic

Frank Lovett
Domination: A Preliminary Analysis

Gurpreet Singh Rattan
Prospects for a Contemporary Republicanism

Maurizio Viroli
The Republican Renaissance and its Limits


Martha C. Nussbaum
Four Paradigms of Philosophical Politics

Richard Flathman
The Self Against and For Itself: Montaigne and Sextus Empiricus on Freedom, Discipline and Resistance

Steven Affeldt
Society as a Way of Life: Perfectibility, Self-Transformation, and the Origination of Society in Rousseau

Richard Shusterman
Somaesthetics and Care of the Self: The Case of Foucault

Joseph Sen
On Slowness on Philosophy


Yuri Balashov
Persistence and Space-Time: Philosophical Lessons of the Pole and Barn

Berit Brogaard
Presentist Four-Dimensionalism

Kit Fine
A Counterexample to Locke’s Thesis

Mark Heller
Temporal Overlap is Not Coincidence

Robin Le Poidevin
Continuants and Continuity

Josh Parsons
Must a Four-dimentionalist Believe in Temporal Parts?

Peter Simons
How To Exist at a Time When You Have No Temporal Parts

Peter van Inwagen
Temporal Parts and Identity Across Time


Frank Arntzenius
Are There Really Instantaneous Velocities?

Jody Azzouni
Applying Mathematics: An Attempt to Design a Philosophical Problem

Robert W. Batterman
A ‘Modern’ (= Victorian?) Attitude towards Scientific Understanding

Lawrence Sklar
Topology versus Measure in Statistical Mechanics

Sheldon R. Smith
Resolving Russell’s Anti-Realism about Causation: The Connection between Causation and the Functional Dependencies of Mathematical Physics

Mark Wilson
The Unreasonable Uncooperativeness of Mathematics in the Physical Sciences


Mario Mignucci
Parts, Quantification and Aristotelian Predication

Deborah Brown
Immanence and Individuation: Brentano and the Scholastics on Knowledge of Singulars

Jan Berg
From Bolzano’s Point of View

Peter Simons
The Four Phases of Philosophy: Brentano’s Theory and Austria’s History

Erwin Tegtmeier
Meinong’s Complexes

Ingvar Johansson
Determinables as Universals

Per Lindström
Quasi-Realism in Mathematics

D. M. Armstrong
Difficult Cases in the Theory of Truthmaking

Johanna Seibt
Constitution Theory and Metaphysical Neutrality: A Lesson for Ontology?


Brendan A. Maher
Anomalous experience in everyday life: Its significance for psychopathology

Andy W. Young
Delusions

Philip Gerrans
Delusional Misidentification as Subpersonal Disintegration

John Campbell
Schizophrenia, the space of reasons, and thinking as a motor process

Kai Vogeley
Hallucinations emerge from an imbalance of self monitoring and reality modelling

Valerie Gray Hardcastle and Owen Flanagan
Multiplex vs. Multiple Selves: Distinguishing Dissociative Disorders

Robert L. Woolfolk
Malfunction and Mental Illness


Kai Nielsen
Cosmpolitan nationalism

Michel Seymour
On redefining the nation

Jocelyn Couture
Cosmopolitan democracy and liberal nationalism

Daniel M. Weinstock
National partiality

Alan Patten
Liberal egalitarianism and the case for supporting national cultures

Gillian Brock
The new nationalisms


Terry Pinkard
Analytics, Contimentals, and Modern Skepticism

Pascal Engel
Analytic Philosophy and Cognitive Norms

James Bohman
The Politics of Modern Reason: Politics, Anti-Poliotics and the Norms in Continental Philosophy

Ralph Humphries
Analytic and Contimnental: The Division in Philosophy

Karen Green
A Plague on Both Your Houses

Mark Wrathall
The Conditions of Truth in Heidegger and Davidson

Denis McManus
The Rediscovery of Heidegger’s Worldly Subject by Analytic Philosophy of Science

Joseph Ulric Neisser
On the Use and Abuse of Dasein in Cognitive Science


Timothy R. Colburn
Software, Abstraction, and Ontology

J. H. Fetzer
The Role of Models in Computer Science

V. Schachter
A Change in Paradigms of Computation: How about Concurrency?

Peter Wegner
Observability and Empirical Computation

William J. Rapaport
Implementation is Semantic Interpretation

Oron Shagrir
What is Computer Science About?

Wilfried Sieg and John Byrnes
An Abstract Model for Parallel Computations: Gandy’s Thesis

Graham White
Simulation, Theory, and Cut Elimination


T. L. S. Sprigge
Has Speculative Metaphysics a Future?

Hidé Ishiguro
Unity without Simplicity: Leibniz on Organisms

Marc Bobro and Paul Lodge
Stepping Back inside Leibniz’s Mill

Stuart Brown
Soul, Body and Natural Immortality

Nicholas Jolley
Causality and Creation in Leibniz

Christina Schneider
Leibniz’s Theory of Space-Time: an approach from his metaphysics

G. H. R. Parkinson
Moral Luck, Freedom and Leibniz

Stephen Grover
Incommensurability and the best of all possible worlds

Daise Radner and Michael Radner
Optimality in Biology: Pangloss or Leibniz?


Paul K. Moser
Epistemological Fission: On Unity and Diversity in Epistemology

Robert B. Brandom
Insights and Blindspots of Reliabilism

Richard Fumerton
Externalism and Epistemological Direct Realism

Cheryl Misak
Deflating Truth: Pragmatism vs. Minimalism

Jonathan L. Kvanvig
What Should Inquiring Minds Want to Know? MENO Problems and Epistemological Axiology

Wayne D. Riggs
What are the ‘Chances’ of Being Justified?

Noah M. Lemos
Commonsense and A Priori Epistemology

Guy Axtell
The Role of the Intellectual Virtues in the Reunification of Epistemology


Stephen Schiffer
Two Issues of Vagueness

Roy Sorensen
Ambiguity, Discretion and the Sorites

John A. Burgess
In Defense of an Indeterminist Theory of Vagueness

Hartry Field
Some Thoughts on Radical Indeterminacy

Richard Heck
That There Might be Vague Objects (So Far As Concerns Logic)

Dominic Hyde
Vagueness, Ontology and Supervenience

Terence Horgan
The Transvaluationist Conception of Vagueness

Graham Priest
Fuzzy Identity and Local Validity

Timothy Chambers
On Vagueness, Sorites, and Putnam’s “Intuitionistic Strategy”


Mark Johnston
Are Manifest Qualities Response-Dependent?

Chris Daly
Modality and Acquaintance with Properties

Nenad Miscevic
The Aposteriority of Response-Dependence

Michael Smith and Daniel Stoljar
Global Response-dependence and Noumenal Realism.

Philip Pettit
Noumenalism and Response-Dependence

Mark Sainsbury
Projections and Relations


John Haldane
Analytical Thomism: A Brief Introduction

Hilary Putnam
Thoughts Addressed to an Analytical Thomist

Brian Davies
Aquinas, God and Being

John Lamont
Aquinas on Divine Simplicity

Jonathan Jacobs and John Zeis
Form and Cognition

Robert Pasnau
Aquinas on Thought’s Linguistic Nature

Eleonore Stump
Aquinas’s Account of Freedom

Sandra Mensen and Thomas Sullivan
Does God Will Evil?

Stephen Theron
The Resistance of Thomism to Analytical and Other Patronage


See: http://philo.at/mii

Timothy Sprigge
Pantheism

John Leslie
A Neoplatonist’s Pantheim

Mary Lenzi
Platonic Polypsychic Pantheism

Robert Oakes
The Divine Infinite: Can Traditional Theists Justifiably Reject Pantheism?

Grace M. Jantzen
Feminism and Pantheism

Lewis S. Ford
Pantheism v. Theism: A Re-Appraisal

Peter Forrest
Pantheism and Science

Graham Oppy
Pantheism, Quantification and Mereology


Tim Maudlin
Descrying the World in a Wavefunction

Robert Weingard and Craig Callender
Trouble in Paradise: Problems for Bohm’s Theory

Simon Saunders
Naturalizing Metaphysics

Jeffrey Barrett
On Everett’s Formulation of Quantum Mechanics

David Papineau
Uncertain Decisions in the Many Minds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

Nick Huggett
Identity, Quantum Mechanics and Common Sense

Peter Forrest
Common Sense and a ‘Wagner Dirac’ Approach to Quantum Mechanics

Quentin Smith
The Ontological Interpretation of the Wave Function of the Universe


George Sher
My Profession and Its Duties

Joel J. Kupperman
Autonomy and the Very Limited Role of Advocacy in the Classroom

Robert L. Holmes
Sexual Harassment and the University

Nicholas Dixon
The Morality of Intimate Faculty-Student Relationships

David Shetz
Is Peer Review Overrated?

John Kekes
Academic Corruption


Stephen Riker
Al-Ghazali on Necessary Causality in the Incoherence of the Philosophers

Rega Wood
Causality and Demonstration: An Early Scholastic Posterior Analytics Commmentary

André Goddu
William of Ockham’s Distinction between ?Real” Efficient Causes and Strictly Sine Qua Non Causes

Amy M. Schmitter
Formal Causation and the Explanation of Intentionality in Descartes

Margaret J. Osler
From Immanent Natures to Nature as Artifice: The Reinterpretation of Final Causes in Seventeenth-Century Natural Philosophy

Marc Borro and Kenneth Clatterbaugh
Unpacking the Monad: Leibniz’s Theory of Causality

Cees Van Leuenhorst
Hobbes’ Theory of Causality and Its Aristotelian Background

Steven Nadler
“No Necessary Connection”: The Medieval Roots of the Occasionalist Roots of Hume


Knut Erik Tranøy
Ethical Problems of Scientific Research: An Action-Theoretic Approach

Deborah Johnson
Forbidden Knowledge and Science as Professional Activity

Peter Singer
Ethics and the Limits of Scientific Research

Alan C. Clune
Biomedical Testing on Nonhuman Animals: An Attempt at a Rapprochement Between Utilitarianism and Theories of Inherent Value

Henk Verhoog
Genetic Modification of Animals. Should Science and Ethics Be Integrated?

Christoph Rehmann-Sutter
Frankensteinian Knowledge?

Gregg De Young
Should Science Be Limited? Some Modern Islamic Perspectives.

Barry Allen
Forbidding Knowledge


Ernest W. Adams
Topology, Empiricism, and Operationalism

Craig Callender and Robert Weingard
An Introduction to Topology

Peter Forrest
From Ontology to Topology in the Theory of Regions

N. M. Gotts, J. M. Gooday, and A.G. Cohn
A Connection Based Approach to Commonsense Topological Description and Reasoning

Thomas Mormann
Similarity and Continuous Quality Distributions

Fabio Pianesi and Achille C. Varzi
Events, Topology, and Temporal Relations

Stephen Pollard and Norman M. Martin
Closed Bases and Closure Logic

James G. Schmolze
A Topological Account of the Space Occupied by Physical Objects

Oliver Schulte and Cory Juhl
Topology as Epistemology

“Indivisible Parts and Extended Objects”
Dean W. Zimmerman


Zeno Vendler
Goethe, Wittgenstein and the Essence of Color

David Pears
Wittgenstein’s Naturalism

Howard Wettstein
Terra Firma

Alastair Hannay
Conscious Episodes and Ceteris Paribus

Daniel Hutto
Consciousness Demystified

Eddy Zemach
Meaning, the Experience of Meaning, and the Meaning-Blind in Wittgenstein’s Late Philosophy

Denis McManus
The Epistemology of Self-Knowledge and the Presuppositions of Rule Following

Hanjo Glock and John M. Preston
Externalism and First-Person Authority

Guido Frongia
Wittgenstein and the Diversity of Animals


Kevin Hoover
Is Macroeconomics for Real?

John O’Neill
Essences and Markets

Nancy Cartwright
Ceteris Paribus Laws and Socio-Economic Machines

Daniel M. Hausman
The Composition of Economic Causes

Philip Pettit
The Virtual Reality of Homo Economicus

Jochen Runde
Chances and Choices. Some Notes on Probability and Belief in Economics

Alex Rosenberg
The Metaphysics of Microeconomics

Harold Kincaid
The Empirical Presuppositions of Metaphysical Explanations


Randall R. Dipert
Some Issues in the Theory of Artifacts: Defining Artifact and Related Notions

Risto Hilpinen
Belief Systems as Artifacts

Keith Lehrer
Knowledge and the Trustworthiness of Instruments

Elisabeth Pacherie
Do We See with Microscopes?

Roger Teichmann
Clocks and the Passage of Time

Fred Wilson
Empiricism and the Epistemology of Instruments


Klaus Held
Intercultural Understanding and the Role of Europe

Tadashi Ogawa
Translation as a Cultural-Philosophical Problem: Towards a Phenomenology of Culture

Isamu Miyahara
Communicative Universals

Kwasi Wiredu
Are there Cultural Universals?

Elmar Holenstein
Human Equality and Intra- As Well As Intercultural Diversity

Keiichi Noé
Cultural Universals as Infinite Tasks: Phenomenology, Relativism and Ethnocentrism

Leonard Talmy
Culture and Cognition


Harriet Baber
The Market for Feminist Epistemology

Terri Elliott
Making Strange what had appeared familiar

Barry Gross
What could a Feminist Science be?

Mary Hesse
How to be Postmodern without being a Feminist

Iddo Landau
Should there be Separatist Feminist Epistemologies?

Helen E. Longino
In Search of Feminist Epistemology

Jack Nelson and Lynn Hankinson Nelson
No Rush to Judgment

Alan Soble
Gender, Objectivity, and Realism

Mariam Thalos
The Common Need for Classical Epistemological Foundations: Against a Feminist Alternative


Hao Wang
What is Logic?

Jaakko Hintikka and Gabriel Sandu
Uses and Misuses of Frege’s Ideas

Göran Sundholm
Proof-Theoretical Semantics and Fregean Identity Criteria for Propositions

Karl Lambert and Peter Simons
Characterizing and Classifying: Explicating a Biological Distinction

Adam Drozdek and Tom Keagy
A Case for Realism in Logic

Claire Ortiz Hill
Frege’s Attack on Husserl and Cantor

Dale Jacquette
Formalization in Philosophical Logic

Gerhard Schurz
Admissible versus Valid Rules: A Case Study of the Modal Fallacy

Paul Tidman
Logic and Modal Intuitions


Dominik Perler
Late Medieval Ontologies of Facts

Herbert Hochberg
Facts and Classes as Complexes and as Truth Makers

Bernard Linsky
Truth Makers for Modal Propositions

Thomas C. Ryckman
Beliefs, Facts and Propositions

Philip L. Peterson
Facts, Events, and Semantic Emphasis in Causal Statements

Alice G. B. ter Meulen
Demonstratives, Indications and Experiments


John Bigelow
Skeptical Realism

Keith Campbell
Selective Realism in the Philosophy of Physics

Peter Forrest
Why most of us should be Scientific Realists A Reply to Van Fraassen

Herbert Hochberg
Causal Connections, Universals, and Russell’s Hypothetico Scientific Realism

Frank Jackson
Metaphysics by Possible Cases

Marc Lange
Scientific Realism and Components: The Case of Classical Astronomy

John O’Leary-Hawthorne
What does Van Fraassen’s Critique of Scientific Realism Show?


Richard Schacht
On Philosophy’s Canon

Merold Westphal
The Canon as Flexible, Normative Fact

Kwasi Wiredu
Canons of Conceptualization

Mara Miller
Canons and the Challenge of Gender

Joseph Margolis
Canons for Objectivist Interpretation

Carolyn Korsmeyer
“The Compass in the Eye”

David Carrier
Art and Its Canons

Edward Sankowski
Art Museums, Autonomy and Canons

Hilde Hein
Institutional Blessing: The Museum as Canon-Maker


Robert Audi
Ethical Reflectionism

Kai Nielsen
Relativism and Wide Reflective Equilibrium

Jon Elster
Ethical Individualism and Presentism

Sissela Bok
What Basis for Morality? A Minimalist Approach

Mark Timmons
Moral Justification in Context

Ronald D. Milo
Scepticism and Moral Justification

Elijah Millgram
Pleasure in Practical Reasoning


Herlinde Pauer-Studer
Peter Singer on Euthenasia

Peter Singer and Helga Kuhse
More on Euthenasia: A Response to Pauer-Studer

Josef Seifert
Is ‘Brain-Death’ Actually Death?

David Lamb
Organ Transplants, Death, and Policies for Procurement

Walter Glannon
Epicureanism

Piers Benn
My Own Death

Joseph A. Amato
Death, and the Stories We Don’t Have

Robert Kastenbaum
Last Words


Laurence Thomas
The Reality of the Self

James Dreier
Structures of Normative Theories

Nancy Sherman
Wise Maxims/Wise Judging

Robert M. Stewart
Agent-Relativity, Reason, and Value

David McNaughton and Piers Rawling
Deontology and Agency

Eric Mack
Personal Integrity, Practical Recognition, and Rights

Margaret Gilbert
Group Membership and Political Obligation


Vincent M. Colapietro
Purpose, Power, and Agency

Marjorie C. Miller
Feminism and Pragmatism: On the Arrival of a
“Ministry of Disturbance, a Regulated Source of Annoyance;
A Destroyer of Routine; an Underminer of Complacency”

Isaac Nevo
Continuing Empiricist Epistemology:
Holistic Aspects in James’s Pragmatism

Beth J. Singer
Pragmatism and Pluralism

Vincent G. Potter, S.J.
Peirce on “Substance” and “Foundations”

W.E. Cooper
William James’s Theory of the Self

Patricia A. Turrisi
The Purpose of the Proof of Pragmatism
In Peirce’s 1903 Lectures on Pragmatism

Charlene Haddock Seigfried
William James’s Concrete Analysis of Experience

Peter Ochs
The Sentiment of Pragmatism:
From the Pragmatic Maxim to the Pragmatic Faith

Roderick M. Chisholm
William James’s Theory of Truth


Jude P. Dougherty
Christian Philosophy: Sociological Category or Oxymoron?

Alvin Plantinga
Augustinian Christian Philosophy

Carl G. Vaught
Faith and Philosophy

Armand Maurer
Orestes Brownson and Christian Philosophy

James F. Ross
On Christian Philosophy: Una Vera Philosophia?

Henry B. Veatch
The Problems and Prospects Of a Christian Philosophy―Then and Now

F.F. Centore
Classical Christian Philosophy and Temporality: Correcting a Misunderstanding


John O’Neill
The Varieties of Intrinsic Value

Robert Elliot
Intrinsic Value, Environmental Obligation and Naturalness

Tom Regan
Does Environmental Ethics Rest on a Mistake?

Eugene C. Hargrove
Weak Anthropocentric Intrinsic Value

Bryan G. Norton
Epistemology and Environmental Values

Jim Cheney
Intrinsic Value in Environmental Ethics:
Beyond Subjectivism and Objectivism

Anthony Weston
Between Means and Ends

Holmes Rolston, III
Disvalues in Nature


David L. Norton
On Recovering the Telos in Teleology,
Or, “Where’s the Beef?”

Douglas J. Den Uyl
Teleology and Agent-Centeredness

Mark Bedau
Goal-Directed Systems and the Good

Henry B. Veatch
Modern Ethics, Teleology, and Love of Self

Mary Hayden
Rediscovering Eudaimonistic Teleology

Harry Binswanger
Life-based Teleology and the Foundations of Ethics


Thomas M. Robinson
Heraclitus and Plato on the Language of the Real

Victorino Tejera
Listening to Herakleitos

Edward Hussey
Heraclitus on Living and Dying

Patricia Kenig Curd
Knowledge and Unity in Heraclitus

J.M. Moravcsik
Appearance and Reality in Heraclitus’ Philosophy

Owen Goldin
Heraclitean Satiety and Aristotelian Actuality

David G. Stern
Heraclitus’ and Wittgenstein’s River Images:
Stepping Twice into the Same River

Joanne B. Waugh
Heraclitus: The Postmodern Presocratic?

Joel Wilcox
Barbarian Psyche in Heraclitus

Kevin Robb
The Witness in Heraclitus and in Early Greek Law


Terry Pinkard
The Successor to Metaphysics: Absolute Idea
and Absolute Spirit

Robert B. Pippin
Hegel, Modernity, and Habermas

Allen W. Wood
Does Hegel Have an Ethics?

Karl Ameriks
Hegel and Idealism

Sally Sedgwick
Hegel on Kant’s Antinomies and Distinction
Between General and Transcendental Logic

Clark Butler
Dialectic and Indirect Proof

Paul Redding
Hegel’s Logic of Being and the
Polarities of Presocratic Thought

Jan Drydyk
Capitalism, Socialism, and Civil Society


Advisory Editor: Joseph Margolis

Rex Martin
Intelligibility

Rudolf A. Makkreel
Reinterpreting the Historical World

Thomas R. Flynn
Foucault and the Spaces of History

Tom Rockmore
Subjectivity and the Ontology of History

Leon J. Goldstein
Historical Being

Michael Krausz
History and Its Objects

Michael P. Levine
Historical Anti-Realism:
Boethian Historians Tell Their Story

Thomas Mathien
History and the Moralist

Joseph Margolis
Prospects for a Theory of Radical History


Advisory Editor: Steven Luper-Foy

Jennifer E. Whiting
Impersonal Friends

Tom Sorell
Self, Society, and Kantian Impersonality

Susan Leigh Anderson
A Picture of the Self
Which Supports Moral Responsibility

T. H. Irwin
Aristippus Against Happiness

David Wiggins
Categorical Requirements:
Kant and Hume on the Idea of Duty

A. Mark Williamson
“Why Be Moral?” and Reforming Selves


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Gerald F. Gaus and Loren E. Lomasky
Are Property Rights Problematic?

David Schmidtz
When is Original Appropriation Required?

Eric Mack
Self-Ownership and the Right of Property

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Ownership as Theft

Jeffrey Paul
Property, Entitlement, and Remedy

James W. Child
The Moral Foundations of Intangible Property

John O’Neill
Property in Science and the Market

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Economists and Philosophers as Critics of the Free Enterprise System

Dan Greenberg
Radin on Personhood and Rent Control


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James E. Ford
Systematic Pluralism: Introduction to an Issue

Walter Watson
Types of Pluralism

Andrew J. Reck
An Historical Sketch of Pluralism

Eugene Garver
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Earl R. Mac Cormac
Metaphor and Pluralism

James Phelan
Is King Lear Like the Pacific Ocean or the Washington Monument? Critical Pluralism and Literary Interpretation

Fred D’Agostino
Ethical Pluralism and the Role of Opposition in Democratic Politics

David A. Dilworth
Mozart and Santayana and the Interface Between Music and Philosophy


Advisory Editor: Joseph Margolis

Tom Rockmore
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Noël Carroll
Interpretation, History and Narrative

Peter McCormick
Interpretation in Aesthetics: Theories and Practices

Richard Shusterman
Beneath Interpretation: Against Hermeneutic Holism

Laurent Stern
Factual Constraints on Interpreting

Michael Krausz
Interpretation and Its Art Objects: Two Views

John C. Gilmour
Perspectivism and Postmodern Criticism

Peter Kivy
A New Music Criticism?

Charles Altieri
Life After Difference: The Positions of the Interpreter and the Positionings of the Interpreted

Eddy M. Zemach
Nesting: The Ontology of Interpretation

Joseph Margolis
Interpretation at Risk


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Richard Bett
Carneades’ Distinction Between Assent and Approval

Stephen E. Rosenbaum
Epicurus on Pleasure and the Complete Life

Nicholas P. White
Stoic Values

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Virtue, Praise and Success: Stoic Responses to Aristotle

Julia Annas
The Hellenistic Version of Aristotle’s Ethics

Gisela Striker
Ataraxia: Happiness as Tranquillity


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Rex Martin
Collingwood’s Claim that Metaphysics
Is a Historical Discipline

James Somerville
Collingwood’s Logic of Question and Answer

Lorraine Code
Collingwood’s Epistemological Individualism

Elazar Weinryb
Re-enactment in Retrospect

Ted Cohen
Reflections on One Idea of Collingwood’s Aesthetics


Advisory Editor: Henry E. Allison

Christine M. Korsgaard
Kant’s Analysis of Obligation:
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Onora O’Neill
Universal Laws and Ends-In-Themselves

Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
Kant’s Theory of Practical Reason

Andrews Reath
The Categorical Imperative
and Kant’s Conception of Practical Rationality

Barbara Herman
Murder and Mayhem: Violence and Kantian Casuistry

Kenneth Baynes
Kant on Property Rights and the Social Contract

Allen W. Wood
The Emptiness of the Moral Will


Advisory Editor: Henry E. Allison

Paul Guyer
The Unity of Reason: Pure Reason as Practical Reason
in Kant’s Early Concept of the Transcendental Dialectic

Manley Thompson
Unity, Plurality, and Totality as Kantian Categories

Henry E. Allison
Kant’s Refutation of Materialism

Richard Aquila
Imagination as a “Medium” in the Critique of Pure Reason

Guenther Zoeller
From Innate to A Priori: Kant’s Radical
Transformation of a Cartesian-Leibnizian Legacy

Michael Friedman
Kant on Space, the Understanding, and
the Law of Gravitation: Prolegomena §38

Eckart Förster
Kant’s Notion of Philosophy


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Jaakko Hintikka
The Role of Logic in Argumentation

Gary Iseminger
The Asymmetry Thesis

Richard Warner
Why is Logic A Priori?

Barry Smith
Logic and the Sachverhalt

Gian-Carlo Rota
Fundierung as a Logical Concept

Philip L. Peterson
Logic Knowledge

Dallas Willard
Space, Color, Sense Perception
and the Epistemology of Logic


Advisory Editor: Marjorie Grene

Daniel Garber
Descartes, the Aristotelians,
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Frederick P. Van De Pitte
Some of Descartes’ Debts to Eustachius a Sancto Paulo

Lynn Sumida Joy
The Conflict of Mechanisms and Its Empiricist Outcome

Tom Sorell
Descartes, Hobbes and the Body of Natural Science

Dennis L. Sepper
Imagination, Phantasms, and the
Making of Hobbesian and Cartesian Science

Sara F. García-Gómez
Arnauld’s Theory of Ideative Knowledge:
A Proto-Phenomenological Account

Russell Wahl
The Arnauld-Malebranche Controversy and Descartes’ Ideas

Steven Nadler
Cartesianism and Port Royal

Richard Glauser
John Sergeant’s Argument Against Descartes
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Charles J. McCracken
Berkeley’s Cartesian Concept of Mind:
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Advisory Editor: Wallace I Matson

Renford Bambrough
Articulation and Justification

John Kekes
Some Requirements of a Theory of Rationality

Gonzalo Munevar
Evolution and Justification

Mark Bernstein
Justification and Determinism: An Exchange
I. Involutional Determinism

George Myro
Justification and Determinism: An Exchange
II. Are There Black Holes in Logic?

C.G. Prado
Imagination and Justification

Earl Conee
The Basic Nature of Epistemic Justification

Richard Feldman
Subjective and Objective Justification
in Ethics and Epistemology

Fred D’Agostino
Relativism and Reflective Equilibrium

Joseph Mendola
On Rawls’s Basic Structure: Forms of Justification
and the Subject Matter of Social Philosophy

Ben-Ami Scharfstein
On the Transparency and Opacity of Philosophers


Advisory Editor: Anita Silvers

Anita Silvers
Introduction

Noël Carroll
Art, Practice, and Narrative

Julius M. Moravcsik
Art and Its Diachronic Dimensions

S.J. Wilsmore
Paradigms and Masterpieces: Rationality in Art and Science

Richard Shusterman
Essence, History, and Narrative:
T.S. Eliot on the Definition of Poetry and Criticism

David Carrier
Gavin Hamilton’s Oath of Brutus
and David’s Oath of the Horatii:
The Revisionist Interpretation of Neo-Classical Art

Alexander Nehamas
Plato and the Mass Media

Paul Woodruff
Engaging Emotion in Theater:
A Brechtian Model in Theater History

Stan Godlovitch
Authentic Performance

Peter Kivy
On the Concept of the “Historically Authentic” Performance

Ted Cohen
What’s Special about Photography?


Advisory Editor: John Ahrens

Donald Scherer
A Disentropic Ethic

Bonnie Steinbock
Progress and the Value of Space: Two Views

Anthony J. Graybosch
The Ethics of Space-Based Ballistic Missile Defense

Laurence Thomas
Moral Behavior and Rational Creatures of the Universe

Arnold Berleant & Sarah B. Fowler
Space by Design: Aesthetic and Moral
Issues in Planning Space Communities

Anthony Weston
Radio Astronomy as Epistemology: Some
Philosophical Reflections on the Contemporary
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Del Ratzsch
Space Travel and Challenges to Religion

Fredric C. Young
Labor Relations in Space:
An Essay in Extraterrestrial Business Ethics


Advisory Editor: William P. Alston

Keith Lehrer
Beyond Impressions and Ideas:
Hume vs. Reid

Nicholas Wolterstorff
Hume and Reid

James Somerville
Reid’s Conception of Common Sense

William R. Rowe
Reid’s Conception of Human Freedom

A.D. Woozley
Reid on Moral Liberty

Robert Stecker
Thomas Reid on the Moral Sense

Theodore A. Gracyk
The Failure of Thomas Reid’s Aesthetics

Joan McGregor
Reid on Justice as a Natural Virtue

Alan Wade Davenport
Reid’s Indebtedness to Bacon

Fred S. Michael & Emily Michael
Reid’s Hume: Remarks on Hume
in Some Early Logic Lectures of Reid


Advisory Editor: James Sterba

Douglas P. Lackey
The Moral Irrelevance of the
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Kenneth W. Kemp
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Nuclear Weapons and World Government

John W. Lango
Is It Wrong to Intend to Do
That Which It Is Wrong to Do?

Jonathan Schonsheck
Wrongful Threats, Wrongful Intentions,
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Richard Werner
Nuclear Deterrence and the Limits of Moral Theory


Advisory Editor: Ruth Barcan Marcus

Henry E. Kyburg, Jr.
The Hobgoblin

Adolf Grünbaum
Psychoanalysis and Theism

Isaac Levi
The Demons of Decision

Ermanno Bencivenga
Theories and Practices

Richard Jeffrey
Risk and Human Rationality

Joseph Kupfer
Pragmatic Contradiction as Irrational Speech


Advisory Editor: Thomas Regan

Peter Singer
Animal Liberation or Animal Rights?

Paul W. Taylor
Inherent Value and Moral Rights

Jan Narveson
On a Case for Animal Rights

R.G. Frey
Autonomy and the Value of Animal Life

H.J. McCloskey
The Moral Case for Experimentation on Animals

Robert Elliot
Moral Autonomy, Self-Determination, and Animal Rights

James Rachels
Darwin, Species, and Morality

Stephen R.L. Clark
Animals, Ecosystems, and the Liberal Ethic


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Roderick M. Chisholm
Presence in Absence

J.N. Mohanty
Levels of Understanding ‘Intentionality’

David Carr
Cogitamus Ergo Sumus:
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Izchak Miller
Husserl and Sartre on the Self

Joseph Margolis
Intentionality, Institutions, and Human Nature

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Intentionality and Dialectical Reason

William S. Robinson
Ascription, Intentionality and Understanding

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Intentionality and Intensionality:
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The Priority of Attention: Intentionality for Automata

Jane Duran
Intentionality and Epistemology


Advisory Editor: Joseph Owens

Thomas M. Robinson
Heraclitus on Soul

Kevin Robb
Psyche and Logos in the Fragments of Heraclitus:
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L.P. Gerson
Platonic Dualism

H.J. Blumenthal
Body and Soul in Philoponus

Michael Marmura
Avicenna’s “Flying Man” in Context

Kenneth L. Schmitz
Purity of Soul and Immortality

Anthony Preus
Aristotle on Healthy and Sick Souls

Aaron Ben-Zeev
Making Mental Properties More Natural

James Robb
The Unity of Adequate Knowing in St. Thomas Aquinas

Edwin McCann
Cartesian Selves and Lockean Substances

James Van Cleve
Kant’s First and Second Paralogisms


Advisory Editor: Richard M. Martin

John Bacon
The Reality of Logic

Rolf A. Eberle
Is Philosophy a Branch of Logic?

Michael Pendlebury
Facts as Truthmakers

Charles J. Kelly
Aquinas’ third Way from the
Standpoint of the Aristotelian Syllogistic

J.M. Bochenski
The Concept of the Free Society

Bowman L. Clarke
Qualia, Extension and Abstraction

Phillip L. Peterson
Real Logic in Philosophy

Robert Hanna
On the Sublimity of Logic:
A Heideggerian Analysis

Stephen Theron
Does Realism Make a Difference

Albert Menne
Logic and Reality


Advisory Editor: Richard Rorty

Samuel C. Wheeler, III
The Extension of Deconstruction

Richard Shusterman
Analytic Aesthetics, Literary Theory,
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The Rage for Deconstruction

Alan Montefiore
Philosophy, Literature
and the Restatement of a Few Banalities

Newton Garver
Structuralism and the Challenge of Metaphor

Genevieve Lloyd
Texts, Metaphors and the
Pretensions of Philosophy

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The Relativity of Interpretation

Suresh Raval
Philosophy and the Crisis of
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Saussurian Theory and the
Abolition of Reality


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Maurice Natanson
Illusion and Irreality: The Enlargement of Experience

Lewis S. Ford
The Ramifications of
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Experience and Meaning

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Experience, Nature, and Place

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Lessons from Experience

Austen Clark
A Physicalist Theory of Qualia

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Experience, Memory and Intelligence

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Pragmatism and the Meaning of “Truth”

John E. Smith
Experience in Peirce, James and Dewey


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Joseph Raz
Authority, Law and Morality

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Derivability, Defensibility,
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Negative Positivism and the Hard Facts of Life

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Legal Positivism and Natural Law Reconsidered

Robert J. Yanal
Hart, Dworkin, Judges, and New Law

Russell Hardin
Sanction and Obligation


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Richard Feldman
Reliability and Justification

Carl Ginet
Contra Reliabilism

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What’s Wrong with Reliabilism?

Steven Luper-Foy
The Reliabilist Theory
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Ernest Sosa
Knowledge and Intellectual Virtue

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A Rationale for Reliabilism

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Ever Since Descartes

Tomis Kapitan
Reliability and Indirect Justification


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R.B. Brandt
The Concept of Rational Belief

Peter Forrest
An Indubitability Analysis of Knowledge

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William P. Alston
Concepts of Epistemic Justification

James Van Cleve
Epistemic Supervenience
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Peter Klein
The Virtues of Inconsistency

Andrew Naylor
In Defense of a
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Advisory Editor: Anita Silvers

Annette C. Baier
Some Thoughts on How We
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Alasdair Macintyre
Does Applied Ethics Rest on a Mistake?

Tom L. Beauchamp
On Eliminating the Distinction Between
Applied Ethics and Ethical Theory

Bernard Gert
Moral Theory and Applied Ethics

Alan Gewirth
Practical Philosophy, Civil Liberties, and Poverty

Margaret Pabst Battin
Applied Professional Ethics and Institutional
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Drawing Lines: The Abortion Perplex and the
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Violence, Terrorism, and Moral Inquiry


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W.V. Quine
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Historicism, Universalism,
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The Intelligibility of Cognitive Relativism

Mark B. Okrent
Relativism, Context, and Truth

Harvey Siegel
Goodmanian Relativism

Friedel Weinert
Contra Res Sempiternas

Michael Krausz
Relativism and Foundationalism

Philip E. Devine
Relativism

D.C. Phillips
Was William James Telling
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Bruce Russell
Moral Relativism and Moral Realism

William F. Vallicella
Relativism, Truth and the Symmetry Thesis

Michael Bradie
Rationality and the Objectivity of Values


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Arthur L. Caplan
Sociobiology as a Strategy in Science

Carla E. Kary
Sociobiology and the
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The Morality of the Gene

Mary Midgley
De-Dramatizing Darwinism

Bernard Gert
Rationality and Sociobiology

Elizabeth Wolgast
The Invisible Paw

Michael Levin
Why Homosexuality Is Abnormal


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Mary Tiles
Mathematics: The Language of Science?

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Wittgenstin’s and
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Mathematical Epistemology:
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Daniel Bonevac
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Frege’s Foundations and Intuitionistic Logic

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Cantor and the Burali-Forti Paradox

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Carl J. Posy
Kant’s Mathematical Realism


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Richard Taylor
The Basis of Political Authority

Craig L. Carr
The Problem of Political Authority

Harry Beran
What Is the Basis of Political Authority?

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Individualism and Authority

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Substantive Social Contracts

Ellen Frankel Paul
On Three “Inherent Powers of Government”

John T. Sanders
Political Authority

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Justice and the Authority of States


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Charles Hartshorne
Categories and Creative Experiencing

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Philosophical Approaches to Categories

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Donald W. Sherburne
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Robert Brandom
Heidegger’s Categories

Laurence Goldstein
Pure Categorial Principles

Robert Hanna
What Categories Are Not

Carl G. Vaught
Categories and the Real Order


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Paul Guyer
Autonomy and Integrity in Kant’s Aesthetics

Richard Kuhns
Poetic Taint

David Carrier
Interpreting Musical Performances

Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
Moral Purity and the Lesser Evil

Barbara Herman
Integrity and Impartiality

Lawrence M. Hinman
On the Purity of Our Moral Motives: A Critique
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Lorraine Code
Father and Son: A Case Study in Epistemic Responsibility

Frances Myrna
Purity in Morals

Sarah Conly
Utilitarianism and Integrity


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William K. Frankena
The Ethics of Right Reason

D.S. Theron
Morality as Right Reason

J.M. Rist
An Early Dispute About Right Reason

Henry Veatch
Variations, Good and Bad, on the
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Vernon J. Bourke
The Synderesis Rule and Right Reason

Roger J. Sullivan
The Kantian Model of Moral-Practical Reason

D.P. Dryer
Aristotle’s Conception of Orthos Logos

Gregory S. Kavka
Right Reason and Natural Law in Hobbes’s Ethics

Stephen D. Hudson
Right Reason and Moral Gods

S.F. Sapontzis
Moral Value and Reason


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Albert Menne
Concerning the Logical Analysis of “Existence”

Nicholas J. Moutafakis
Aristotle’s “Metaphysics” (Book Lambda)
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Amihud Gilead
The Relationships Between Formal and
Transcendental-Metaphysical Logic According to Kant

Philip L. Quinn
Metaphysical Necessity and Modal Logics

Peter Forrest
Occam’s Razor and Possible Worlds

Joseph Agassi
Presuppositions for Logic

Augustin Riska
A Logical Theory of Objects

Charles Parsons
Objects and Logic

Bowman L. Clarke
Logic and Whitehead’s Criteria
for Speculative Philosophy

Richard M. Martin
On Universal Algebra
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Advisory Editor: None

L. Jonathan Cohen
Intuition, Induction, and the Middle Way

J.J.C. Smart
Sellars on Process

Jay F. Rosenberg
The Place of Color in the Scheme of Things:
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Gary Gutting
Scientific Realism vs. Constructive Empiricism: A Dialogue

Romane Clark
Sensibility and Understanding:
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Mark Pastin
Straight Freedom

Laurence Goldstein
The Adverbial Theory of Conceptual Thought

Sydney Pressman
Sellars’s Via Media


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Max H. Fisch
The Range of Peirce’s Relevance (Part II)

E.F. Kaelin
Reflections on Peirce’s Aesthetics

Susan Haack
Descartes, Peirce and the
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Risto Hilpinen
On C.S. Peirce’s Theory of the Proposition:
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David Gruender
Pragmatism, Science, and Metaphysics

J. Jay Zeman
Peirce on Abstraction

Sandra B. Rosenthal
Meaning as Habit: Some Systematic
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Christian J.W. Kloesel
Bibliography of Charles Peirce, 1976 through 1980


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Jules Vuillemin
Comparative Philosophy as Applied to the
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Paul Gochet
Five Tents of Quine

Rudolf Haller
New Light on the Vienna Circle

Paul Weingartner
On the Demarcation Between Logic and Mathematics

Jacques Bouveresse
Frege, Logic, and Inner Experience

Friedel Weinert
Tradition and Argument

Wilhelm K. Essler
Fundamentals of a Semi-Kantian
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Hans-Georg Gadamer
Heidegger und die Geschichte der Philosophie

Hans-Georg Gadamer
Heidegger and the History of Philosophy
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Bernd Magnus
Heidegger’s Metahistory of Philosophy Revisited

David Farrell Krell
Results

David A. Kolb
Hegel and Heidegger as Critics

Mark B. Okrent
The Truth of Being and the
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David A. White
On Historicism and Heidegger’s
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Thomas Sheehan
On Movement and the Destruction of Ontology

Donald Algeo
Abortion, Personhood, and Moral Rights


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R.B. Brandt
W.K. Frankena and Ethics of Virtue

Alan Donagan
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Philippa Foot
William Frankena’s Carus Lectures

Paul W. Taylor
Frankena on Environmental Ethics

Kurt Baier
Defining Morality Without Prejudice

Annette Baier
Frankena and Hume on Points of View

B.J. Diggs
Morality and Self-Government

Ronald D. Milo
Moral Indifference

Robert L. Holmes
Frankena on ‘Ought’ and ‘Is’

George W. Harris
Frankena and the Utility of Practical Reason


Advisory Editor: Maurice Mandelbaum

Maurice Mandelbaum
A Note on Nineteenth-Century Philosophy Today

Patrick Gardiner
German Philosophy and the Rise of Relativism

Richard Rorty
Nineteenth-Century Idealism and
Twentieth-Century Textualism

Michael Ermarth
The Transformation of Hermeneutics: 19th Century Ancients
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Marjorie Grene
Changing Concepts of Darwinian Evolution

Joelle Proust
Bolzano’s Analytic Revisited

Richard Schacht
Nietzsche’s Second Thoughts About Art

J. Hillis Miller
The Disarticulation of the Self in Nietzsche


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Wilfrid Sellars
Lecture I, The Lever of Archimedes
Lecture II, Naturalism and Process
Lecture III, Is Consciousness Physical?

Roderick Firth
A Reply

Daniel Dennett
Wondering Where the Yellow Went

Robert J. Fogelin
When I Look at a Tomato
There Is Much I Cannot See


Advisory Editor: William A. Earle

Donald Henze
The Style of Philosophy

Lee B. Brown
Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Style

Berel Lang
Towards a Poetics of Philosophical Discourse

Erich Heller
The Poet in the Age of Prose: Reflections on
Hegel’s Aesthetics and Rilke’s Duino Elegies

Peter Kivy
Melville’s Billy and the Secular
Problem of Evil: The Worm in the Bud

David Wood
Style and Strategy at the Limits of Philosophy:
Heidegger and Derrida

Lawrence M. Hinman
Philosophy and Style

Charles Griswold
Style and Philosophy: The Case of Plato’s Dialogues

Edward G. Lawry
Literature as Philosophy: The Moviegoer


Advisory Editor: John E. Smith

Max H. Fisch
The Range of Peirce’s Relevance

Charles Hartshorne
A Revision of Perice’s Categories

John Boler
Peirce, Ockham and Scholastic Realism

Jaakko Hintikka
C.S. Peirce’s “First Real Discovery”
and Its Contemporary Relevance

T.L. Short
Peirce and the Incommensurability of Theories

James F. Harris & Kevin Hoover
Abduction and the New Riddle of Induction

William J. Gavin
Peirce and “The Will to Believe”

Mihai Nadin
The Logic of Vagueness
and the Category of Synechism

Charles J. Dougherty
Peirce’s Phenomenological Defense of Deduction

Bertrand P. Helm
The Nature and Modes of Time

Karl-Otto Apel
C.S. Peirce and Post-Tarskian Truth


Advisory Editor: Richard Wasserstrom

George P. Fletcher
The Right to Life

Jeffrie G. Murphy
Blackmail: A Preliminary Inquiry

Edmund Pincoffs
Virtue, the Quality of Life, and Punishment

George Schedler
Can Retributivists Support Legan Punishment?

Lawrence Alexander
The Doomsday Machine:
Proportionality, Punishment and Prevention

Barbara Baum Levenbook
“That Makes It Worse”

James B. Brady
Punishing Attempts


Advisory Editor: None

William Frankena
Lecture I, Must Morality Have an Object?
Lecture II, Is Morality a System of Ordinary Oughts?
Lecture III, Has Morality an Independent Bottom?

Alan Gewirth
Limitations of the Moral Point of View

G.J. Warnock
Comments on Frankena’s Three Questions

Harald Ofstad
Was Paradise Better?

William K. Frankena
Reply to My Three Critics


Advisory Editor: Monroe S. Beardsley

Maurice Mandelbaum
Subjective, Objective, and
Conceptual Relativisms

A. MacC. Armstrong
Objectivity in Historical Writing

Baruch A. Brody
Intuitions and Objective Moral Knowledge

Evan Simpson
Objective Reason and Respect for Persons

Harold I. Brown
Observation and the Foundations of Objectivity

Jeffrey Olen
Perception, Inference and Aesthetic Qualities

Cheryl N. Noble
Normative Ethical Theories

Robin Attfield
How Not to Be a Moral Relativist


Advisory Editor: Mary Mothersill

Norman Daniels
Moral Theory and the Plasticity of Persons

Samuel Scheffler
Moral Scepticism and Ideals of the Person

Terence Penelhum
Human Nature and External Desires

Naomi Scheman
On Sympathy

John McDowell
Virtue and Reason

Roger S. Gottlieb
Kierkegaard’s Ethical Individualism

Donald Vandeveer
Of Beasts, Persons, and the Original Position

George Sher
Compensation and Transworld Personal Identity


Advisory Editor: Dagfinn Føllesdal

W.V. Quine
Cognitive Meaning

P.F. Strawson
Belief, Reference and Quantification

Gareth Evans
Reference and Contingency

John R. Searle
Referential and Attributive

William G. Lycan
Semantic Competence and Funny Functors

William Godfrey-Smith
Thoughts of Objects

John Biro
Intentionalism in the Theory of Meaning


Advisory Editor: Joseph Owens

Alexander P.D. Mourelatos
Some Alternatives in Interpreting Parmenides

Joseph Owens
Knowledge and Katabasis in Parmenides

Karl Bormann
The Interpretation of Parmenides
by the Neoplatonist Simplicius

Leonardo Tarán
Perpetual Duration and Atemporal Eternity
in Parmenides and Plato

T.M. Robinson
Parmenides on the Real in its Totality

David Gallop
‘Is’ or ‘Is Not’?

P.B. Manchester
Parmenides and the Need for Eternity

Dan Magurshak
Heidegger and Edwards on Sein-zum-Tode


Advisory Editor: William P. Alston

Jerry A. Fodor
Propositional Attitudes

Alvin I. Goldman
Epistemology and the Psychology of Belief

David W. Hamlyn
Perception and Agency

H. Rom Harré
Towards a Cognitive Psychology of Social Action:
Philosophical Issues of a Programme

Stephen P. Stich
Autonomous Psychology and the Belief-Desire Thesis

Robert Audi
Psychological Foundationalism

Peter Skagestad
Taking Evolution Seriously: Critical Comments
on D.T. Campbell’s Evolutionary Epistemology

Sophie Haroutunian
Piaget’s Explanation of “Stage” Transition


Advisory Editor: Richard M. Martin

Ruth Barcan Marcus
Nominalism and the Substitutional Quantifier

Rolf Eberle
Semantic Analysis Without Reference to Abstract Entities

Joseph Margolis
The Problems of Similarity: Realism and Nominalism

Richard E. Grandy
An Ockhamite Criticism of Church Semantics

James B. Scoggin
The Substitutional Quantifier: A Critique

Armand A. Maurer
Method in Ockham’s Nominalism

Marilyn McCord Adams
Ockham’s Theory of Natural Signification

Herbert Hochberg
Nominalism, General Terms, and Predication

Sidney Axinn
Kant and Goodman on Possible Individuals

Susan Haack
Platonism Versus Nominalism: Carnap and Goodman


Advisory Editor: Lewis White Beck

Peter Kivy
Thomas Reid and the Expression Theory of Art

Keith Lehrer
Reid on Primary and Secondary Qualities

Ronald Beanblossom
Russell’s Indebtedness to Reid

Timothy J. Duggan
Ayer and Reid: Responses to the Skeptic

Peter Heath
Reid on Conceiving and Imagining

J.H. Faurot
Tomas Reid, on Intelligible Objects

John Immerwahr
The Development of Reid’s Realism

Bernard R. Rollin
Thomas Reid and the Semiotics of Perception

Arthur R. Greenberg
Reid, Berkeley, and Notional Knowledge

Michael S. Pritchard
Reason and Passion: Reid’s Reply to Hume

Henning Jensen
Common Sense and Common Language in
Thomas Reid’s Ethical Theory

Louise Marcil Lacoste
The Seriousness of Reid’s Sceptical Admissions

Daniel N. Robinson & Tom L. Beauchamp
Personal Identity: Reid’s Answer to Hume


Advisory Editor: John E. Smith

Julia Ching
“Authentic Selfhood”: Wang Yang-ming and Heidegger

Peter A. Bertocci
The Essence of a Person

Glyn Richards
Conceptions of the Self in Wittgenstein,
Hume, and Buddhism: An Analysis and Comparison

Tom Rockmore
Marxian Man

Tu, Wei-ming
On the Mencian Perception of Moral Self-Development

David A. Dilworth & Hugh J. Silverman
A Cross-Cultural Approach to the De-Ontological Self Paradigm

Susan Leigh Anderson
The Substantive Center Theory Versus the Bundle Theory

Mark B. Woodhouse
Consciousness and Brahman-Atman

David & Marjorie Haight
The Country of Consciousness

P.T. Raju
Self and Body: How Known and Differentiated


Advisory Editor: Richard Rorty

Maurice Mandelbaum
A Note on Thomas S. Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Alisdair MacIntyre
Epistemological Crises, Dramatic Narrative
and the Philosophy of Science

Keith Lehrer
Social Information

Dudley Shapere
What Can the Theory of Knowledge Learn
From the History of Knowledge?

Larry Briskman
Historicist Relativism and Bootstrap Rationality

Harold I. Brown
For A Modest Historicism

Robert Hollinger
Two Kinds of Fictionalism

Jack W. Meiland
Concepts of Relative Truth


Advisory Editor: Ruth Barcan Marcus

Barbara H. Partee
Possible Worlds Semantics and Linguistic Theory

Robert Stalnaker
Complex Predicates

Richmond H. Thompson
Indirect Discourse Is Not Quotational

Robert K. Meyer & Richard Routely
Extensional Reduction?I

Jaakko Hintikka
The Ross Paradox As Evidence for
the Reality of Semantical Games

Jerrold J. Katz
The Advantage of Semantic Theory Over
Predicate Calculus in the Representation
of Logical Form in Natural Language

Esa Saarinen
Game-Theoretical Semantics

Neil Tennant
Recursive Semantics for Knowledge and Belief


Advisory Editor: Maurice Mandelbaum

James Collins
Functions of Kant’s Philosophy of Religion

Paul Ricoeur
Schleiermacher’s Hermeneutics

Edward Black
Religion and Philosophy in Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion

Wayne P. Pomerleau
The Accession and Dismissal of an Upstart Handmaid

Robert Merrihew Adams
Kierkegaard’s Arguments Against Objective Reasoning in Religion

Michael Ruse
William Whewell and the Argument from Design

John Macquarrie
Philosophy and Religion in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries:
Continuities and Discontinuities

Merold Westphal
Nietzsche and the Phenomenological Ideal


Advisory Editor: Eugene Freeman

Samuel Gorovitz
Bioethics and Social Responsibility

H. Tristram Englehardt, Jr.
Ontology and Ontogeny

Arthur J. Dyck
An Ethical Analysis of Population Policy Alternatives

K. Danner Clouser
Biomedical Ethics: Some Reflections and Exhortations

Tom L. Beauchamp
Paternalism and Biobehavioral Control

H.V. Wyatt
Vaccines and Social Responsibility: Here Are the
Answers. What Are the Questions?

Mario Bunge
Towards a Technoethics

Kathryn Pyne Parsons & David Ozar
A Sample Course in Morality and Medicine

Ernlé W.D. Young
An Approach to the Teaching of Biomedical Ethics

Peter McL. Black, M.D.
Three Definitions of Death


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Advisory Editor: Wilfrid Sellars

P.T. Geach
Two Kinds of Intentionality?

Richard Rorty
Realism and Reference

R.M. Martin
Some Reminders Concerning Truth, Satisfaction, and Reference

James W. Cornman
Reference and Ontology: Inscrutable But Not Relative

Milton Fisk
Idealism, Truth, and Practice

David-Hillel Ruben
Epistemological Empiricism: The Duality of
Beliefs and Experiences Reconsidered

Michael Devitt
Semantics and the Ambiguity of Proper Names

William G. Lycan
Reality and Semantic Representation

Kai Nielsen
Rationality and Universality


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Advisory Editor: Dagfinn Føllesdal

J.N. Findlay
Husserl’s Analysis of the Inner Time-Consciousness

Rudolf Boehm
Bewusstsein als Gegenwart des Vergangenen

John B. Brough
Husserl on Memory

Guido Küng
The Phenomenological Reduction as Epoche and as Explication

David Hemmendinger
Husserl’s Concepts of Evidence and Science

Richard H. Holmes
Is Transcendental Phenomenology Committed to Idealism?

Ronald McIntyre & David Woodruff Smith
Husserl’s Identification of Meaning and Noema

Jeffner Allen
Husserl Bibliography of English Translations

Keith R. David
Historical Note: The Paul Carus Collection


Advisory Editor: William K. Frankena

R.S. Peters
Moral Development and Moral Learning

R.M. Hare
Platonism in Moral Education: Two Varieties

Harald Ofstad
Education versus Growth in Moral Development

Kurt Baier
Moral Development

Marcus G. Singer
The Teaching of Introductory Ethics

Michael S. Pritchard
Responsibility, Understanding, and Psychopathology

Robert W. Burch
Are There Moral Experts?

Hardy E. Jones
The Rationale of Moral Education

Neil M. Lorber
Conforming versus Nonconformity to Social Ethics:
The Challenge to Educators

J. Theodore Klein
Cultural Pluralism and Moral Education


Advisory Editor: J.B. Schneewind

Brand Blanshard
Sidgwick the Man

J.B. Schneewind
Sidgwick and the Cambridge Moralists

D.D. Raphael
Sidgwick on Intuitionism

Marcus G. Singer
The Many Methods of Sidgwick’s Ethics

William K. Frankena
Sidgwick and the Dualism of Practical Reason

Gertrude Ezorsky
Unconscious Utilitarianism

Stephen L. Darwall
Pleasure as Ultimate Good in Sidgwick’s Ethics

Peter Singer
Sidgwick and Reflective Equilibrium


Advisory Editor: Monroe C. Beardsley

Joseph Margolis
Art as Language

F.E. Sparshott
Goodman on Expression

Alan Tormey
Indeterminacy and Identity in Art

Søren Kjørup
George Inness and the Battle at Hastings, or
Doing Things with Pictures

Kendall L. Walton
Are Representations Symbols?

John G. Bennett
Depiction and Convention

David Carrier
A Reading of Goodman on Representation

Stephanie Ross
Caricature

Nelson Goodman
On Some Questions Concerning Quotation

V.A. Howard
On Musical Quotation

Howard Gardner
A Psychological Investigation of Nelson Goodman’s
Theory of Symbols

Marx W. Wartofsky
Art, Action and Ambiguity

Nelson Goodman
On Reconceiving Cognition


Advisory Editor: Joseph Owens

Anton C. Pegis
Between immortality and Death: Some Further
Reflections on the Summa Contra Gentiles

Joseph Owens
Aquinas and the Five Ways

Lubor Velecky
‘The Five Ways’?Proofs of God’s Existence?

Vernon J. Bourke
Is Thomas Aquinas a Natural Law Ethicist?

J. Donceel
Transcendental Thomism

James F. Ross
Justice Is Reasonableness: Aquinas on
Human Law and Morality

Jacob I. Dienstag
St. Thomas Aquinas in Maimonidian Scholarship

Charles J. O’Neil
Is Prudence Love?

R.E.A. Shanab
Ghazali and Aquinas on Causation

Ronald Duska
Aquinas’s Definition of Good: Ethical-Theoretical
Notes on D Veritate, Q. 21

Ralph W. Clark
Saint Thomas Aquinas’s Theory of Universals


Advisory Editor: Lewis White Beck

James Turner Johnson
Toward Reconstructing the Jus Ad Bellum

Robert L. Holmes
On Pacifism

Iredell Jenkins
The Conditions of Peace

Jeffrie G. Murphy
The Killing of the Innocent

William Earle
In Defense of War

Edward Black
Hegel on War

LeRoy Walters
The Just War and the Crusade:
Antitheses or Analogies?

Cheryl Noble
Political Realism, International Morality,
and Just War


Advisory Editor: R.M. Martin

R.M. Martin
On the Logical Structure of the Ontological Argument

Henry Hiz
On the Rules of Consequence for a Natural Language

George Lakoff
Notes on What It Would Take to Understand
How One Adverb Works

Edward L. Keenan
Presupposition in Natural Logic

Asa Kasher
Logical Forms in Context:
Presuppositions and Other Preconditions

James D. McCawley
Fodor on Where the Action Is

G. Benjamin Oliver
Underlying Realities of Language

Thomas M. Olshewsky
Deep Structure: Essential, Transcendental
or Pragmatic?

Paul T. Sagal
Implicit Definition


Advisory Editor: John E. Smith

T.A. Goudge
Pragmatism’s Contribution to an
Evolutionary View of Mind

Armand A. Maurer
A Thomist Looks at William James’s
Notion of Truth

Eugene Freeman
Objectivity As “Intersubjective Agreement”

Asher Moore
The Promised Land

Georges Dicker
Knowing and Coming-To-Know in
John Dewey’s Theory of Knowledge

Garry M. Brodsky
Peirce on Truth, Reality, and Inquiry

C.F. Delaney
Peirce’s Critique of Foundationalism

Sandra B. Rosenthal
Pragmatism and the Methodology of Metaphysics

William D. Stine
Dewey’s Theory of Knowledge


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Advisory Editor: Mary Mothersill

A.I. Melden
The Play of Rights

R.B. Brandt
The Morality of Abortion

Jan Narveson
Aesthetics, Charity, Utility, and
Distributive Justice

William Earle
Some Notes on the Radical

Cornelius L. Golightly
Ethics and Moral Activism

John McMurtry
Monogamy: A Critique

David-Hillel Ruben
Searle on Institutional Obligation

J. Brenton Stearns
Ecology and the Indefinite Unborn


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Advisory Editor: None

Richard Wasserstrom
The Laws of War

Hugo Adam Bedau
Compensatory Justice and the
Black Manifesto

Irving Thalberg
Visceral Racism

Gerald Dworkin
Paternalism

M.P. Golding
Obligations to Future Generations

Robert E. McGinn
Prestige and the Logic of
Political Argument

Virginia Black
The Methodology of Confirming the
Effectiveness of Public Policy


Advisory Editor: None

G.H.R. Parkinson
Spinoza on the Power and Freedom of Man

Stuart Hampshire
Spinoza’s Theory of Human Freedom

Wallace I. Matson
Spinoza’s Theory of Mind

Douglas Odegard
The Body Identical with the Human Mind:
A Problem in Spinoza’s Philosophy

Robert McShea
Spinoza: Human Nature and History

Willis Doney
Spinoza on Philosophical Skepticism

Warren Kessler
A Note on Spinoza’s Concept of Attribute

Lee C. Rice
Spinoza on Individuation

Ruth Saw
The Task of Metaphysics for Spinoza

Errol E. Harris
Spinoza’s Theory of Human Immortality


Advisory Editor: None

Gerd Buchdahl
Inductivist versus deductivist Approaches in the
Philosophy of Science as Illustrated by
Some Controversies between Whewell and Mill

Larry Laudan
William Whewell on the Consilience of Inductions

Hans Aarsleff
Locke’s Reputation in Nineteenth-Century England

B.A. Brody
Reid and Hamilton on Perception

Robert M. Young
Darwin’s Metaphor: Does Nature Select?

Robert T. Hall
Autonomy and the Social Order:
The Moral Philosophy of F.D. Maurice

Mary Hesse
Whewell’s Consilience of Inductions and Predictions

Larry Laudan
Reply to Mary Hesse


Advisory Editor: None

Asher Moore
Composition

Henry E. Allison
Kant’s Transcendental Humanism

Charles Hartshorne
Can Man Transcend His Animality?

Edward S. Casey
Man, Self, and Truth

Albert Hofstadter
Philosophy Is the Confession that
Being is Communion

Lee B. Brown
World Interpretations and Lived Experience

William H. Bossart
Is Philosophy Transcendental?

John Sallis
On the Limitation of Transcendental Reflection,
or Is Intersubjectivity Transcendental?


Advisory Editor: None

Carl Cohen
The Justification of Democracy

Felix E. Oppenheim
Democracy: Characteristics Included and Excluded

Gordon A. Welty
Mill’s Principle of Government as a
Basis of Democracy

J. Roland Pennock
Democratic Political Theory?A Typological Discussion

N.M.L. Nathan
On the Justification of Democracy

James Ward Smith
Justice and Democracy

Iredell Jenkins
The Disappointment of the Democratic
Expectation Or Democracy as Pure Form


Advisory Editor: None

Carl Cohen
Defending Civil Disobedience

John Ladd
Morality and the Ideal of Rationality
in Formal Organizations

Hugo A. Bedau
Civil Disobedience and Personal
Responsibility for Injustice

Alan Gewirth
Civil Disobedience, Law, and Morality:
An Examination of Justice Fortas’ Doctrine

Mulford Q. Sibley
Conscience, Law, and the Obligation to Obey

David Wieck
Dissidence

Michael Stocker
Moral Duties, Institutions, and Natural Facts


Advisory Editor: None

Anton C. Pegis
Four Medieval Ways to God

Barry Miller
The Contingency Argument

Lewis S. Ford
Whitehead’s Categoreal Derivation of
Divine Existence

Bruce R. Reichenbach
Divine Necessity and the Cosmological Argument

Michael Tooley
Does the Cosmological Argument
Entail the Ontological Argument?

Frank B. Dilley
Descartes’ Cosmological Argument

William L. Rowe
Two Criticisms of the Cosmological Argument


Advisory Editor: None

Charles Hartshorne
Six Theistic Proofs

W. Norris Clarke, S.J.
A Curious Blindspot in the Anglo-American
Tradition of Anti-Theistic Argument

James F. Ross
On Proofs for the Existence of God

David & Marjorie Haight
An Ontological Argument for the Devil

J. Brenton Stearns
Anselm and the Two-Argument Hypothesis

Parviz Morewedge
Ibn Sina Avicenna and Malcolm and the
Ontological Argument

Loren E. Lomasky
Leibniz and the Moral Argument for God’s Existence

Leon Pearl
Hume’s Criticism of the Argument from Design

Mary-Barbara Zeldin
Principles of Reason, Degrees of Judgment, and
Kant’s Argument for the Existence of God

Craig Harrison
The Ontological Argument in Modal Logic


Advisory Editor: None

William K. Frankena
Prichard and the Ethics of Virtue,
Notes on a Footnote

Kurt Baier
Moral Value and Moral Worth

John A. Oesterle
Morally Good and Morally Right

F.E. Sparshott
Five Virtues in Plato and Aristotle

Joseph Fletcher
Virtue as a Predicate

Stanley B. Cunningham
Does “Does Moral Philosophy Rest Upon a
Mistake?” Make an Even Greater Mistake?

Hilail Gildin
Aristotle and the Moral Square of Opposition

Thomas C. Mayberry
God and Moral Authority

Michael Stocker
Morally Good Intentions

Laurence D. Houlgate
Virtue is Knowledge


Lewis White Beck
Introduction and Bibliography

Walter Ehrlich
Principles of a Philosophy of the
History of Philosophy

Martial Gueroult
The History of Philosophy as a
Philosophical Problem

John E. Smith
The Reflexive Turn, the Linguistic Turn,
and the Pragmatic Outcome

Hayden V. White
The Tasks of Intellectual History

J.J. Mulhern
Treatises, Dialogues, and Interpretation

J.H. Faurot
What is History of Philosophy?

Paul G. Kuntz
The Dialectic of Historicism and Anti-Historicism


A.N. Prior
Recent Advances in Tense Logic

Henryk Mehlberg
Philosophical Aspects of Physical Time

J.J.C. Smart
Causal Theories of Time

Richard M. Gale
‘Here’ and ‘Now’

C.L. Hamblin
Starting and Stopping

Storrs McCall
Time and the Physical Modalities

Nathaniel Lawrence
Timie Represented as Space

M.K. Rennie
On Postulates for Temporal Order

James W. Garson
Here and Now

Robert Ackermann
The Fallacy of Conjunctive Analysis

Richard Sharvy
Things

David A. Sipfle
On the Intelligibility of the
Epochal Theory of Time


Richard Montague, On the Nature of Certain Philosophical Entities

P. Lorenzen, Logic and Grammar

Jaakko Hintikka, Quantification and the Picture Theory of Language

Joseph Margolis, Some Ontological Policies

K. Stern, Linguistic Reductionism and the Idea of ‘Potential Meaning’

G. Benjamin Oliver, The Ontological Structure of Linguistic Theory

Howard Pospesel, The Nonexistence of Propositions

Laurence Foss, ‘Language, Logic and Ontology: A Probabilistic Account of Truth’

John Bacon, Ontological Commitment and Free Logic


John E. Smith
Time, Times, and the ‘Right Time’;
Chronos and Kairos

Stephen d. Crites
Fate and Historical Existence

L.B. Cebik
Colligation and the Writing of History

Alan Donagan
Alternative Historical Explanations and
Their Verification

George Boas
The Problem of History

Robert G. Shoemaker
Inference and Intuition in Collingwood’s
Philosophy of History

Herman Tennessen
History is Science: Preliminary Remarks Towards an
Empirical, Experimentally Oriented, Behavioural
Science of History


Herbert Morris
Persons and Punishment

Henry David Aiken
Rights, Human and Otherwise

M.P. Golding
Towards a Theory of Human Rights

Hugo Bedau
The Right to Life

Kai Nielsen
Scepticism and Human Rights

Arnold S. Kaufman
A Sketch of a Liberal Theory of
Fundamental Human Rights

W.T. Blackstone
Equality and Human Rights


J.L. Cowan
Purpose and Teleology

David Braybrooke
Taking Liberties with the Concept of Rules

Quentin Gibson
The Limits of Social Prediction

Arnold s. Kaufman
The Aims of Scientific Activity

W.H. Dray
On Explaining How-Possibly

Paul Piccone
Functionalism, Teleology, and Objectivity

Jaegwon Kim
Reduction, Correspondence and Identity

M.B. Zweig
On Self-Consciousness and a Taxonomy of Action

Kenneth Megill
Social Theory and Social Practice


Joseph Owens
Teleology of Nature in Aristotle

Philip Merlan
On the Terms ‘Metaphysics’ and
‘Being-Qua-Being’

D.W. Hamlyn
Koine Aisthesis

H.B. Veatch
A Modest Word in Defense of Aristotle’s Logic

James Duerlinger
Drawing Conclusions From Aristotelian Syllogisms

M.H. Mulhern
Types of Process According to Aristotle

John P. Anton
The Meaning of Ο λόγοσ τῆσ οὐσίασ in
Categories 1A

F.A. Siegler
Voluntary and Involuntary

Edward Black
Aristotle’s ‘Essentialism’ and Quine’s
Cycling Mathematician

Rosamond Kent Sprague
The Four Causes:
Aristotle’s Exposition and Ours

Charles Hartshorne
Kant’s Refutation Still Not
Convincing: A Reply


William K. Frankena
Educational Values and Goals:
Some Dispositions to be Fostered

Brand Blanshard
Current Issues in Education

Frederick A. Olafson
Philosophy and the Humanities

Virgil C. Aldrich
The Teacher’s Station and Its Duties

Sterling M. McMurrin
On the Meaning of the Philosophy of Education

Clive Beck
Educational Value Statements

James L. Jarrett
Coming to Know Persons, Including Oneself

Leonard Joseph Waks
Knowledge and Understanding
as Educational Aims

Edmund L. Pincoffs
What Can be Taught?

J.R. Lucas
Satan Stultified:
A Rejoinder to Paul Benacerraf


M.S. Gram
Kant’s First Antinomy

William H. Baumer
Kant on Cosmological Arguments

James Collins
A Kantian Critique of the God-Is-Dead Theme

Charles M. Sherover
Heidegger’s Ontology and the
Copernican Revolution

Jeffrie G. Murphy
Kant’s Concept of a Right Action

Theodore Mischel
Kant and the Possibility of a
Science of Psychology

Stanley G. French
Kant’s Constitutive-Regulative Distinction


S. Körner
The Impossibility of Transcendental Deductions

Jules Vullemin
La Theorie Kantienne de l’espace
a la lumiere de la theorie des groupes
de transformations

Jaakko Hintikka
Kant on the Mathematical Method

W.H. Walsh
Kant on the Perception of Time

Newton Garver
Analyticity and Grammar

S.F. Barker
Appearing and Appearances in Kant

Bella K. Milmed
‘Possible Experience’ and Recent
Interpretations of Kant

Wilfrid Sellars
Kant’s Views on Sensibility and Understanding


Max Fisch
Peirce’s Progress from Nominalism:
Toward Realism

Preston Warren
Realism 1900–1930:
An Emerging Epistemology

N. Melchert
The Independence of the Object
in Critical Realism

Francis Parker
Realism?Without Error?

Andrew Reck
Realism in Santayana’s Life of Reason

Neal Klausner
C.A. Strong: Realist and Panpsychist

John Lachs
The Proofs of Realism


R.M. Martin
On Proper Names and Frege’s Darstellungsweise

Paul Benacerraf
God, the Devil, and Gödel

Henry S. Leonard
Synonymy and Systematic Definitions

Jaakko Hintikka
A Program and a Set of Concepts
for Philosophical Logic

Lucio Chiaraviglio
Pragmatic Significance

Frederic B. Fitch
A Theory of Logical Essences

H. Hiz
Grammar Logicism

John L. Pollock
Logical Validity in Modal Logic

Robert Vorsteg
Definite Descriptions and Existential Entailment


Ninian Smart
Myth and Transcendence

Paul G. Kuntz
What Daedalus Told Ariadine, or,
How to Escape the Labyrinth

Alan Dundes
Metafolklore and Oral Literary Criticism

James Montague Freeman
Myth and Metaphysics in Indian Thought

Douglas Berggren
From Myth to Metaphor

Donald Verene
Cassirer’s View of Myth and Symbol

Frederick Sontag
A Metaphysics of Mythical Meaning

Frank B. Dilley
‘Is Myth Indispensable?’

William L. Rowe
Tillich’s Theory of Signs and Symbols

Richard Koehl
Symbolism and Myth


G.E.L. Owen
Plato and Parmenides on the
Timeless Present

Edward N. Lee
On the Metaphysics of the Image in
Plato’s Timaeus

P.T. Geach
Plato’s Euthyphro:
An Analysis and Commentary

John Ackrill
Plato on False Belief: Theaetetus 187–200

G.E.M. Anscombe
The New Theory of Forms

F.E. Sparshott
Socrates and Thrasymachus

R.E. Allen
A Note on the Elenchus of Agathon:
Symposium 199c–201c

Lynn E. Rose
The Deuteros Plous in Plato’s Phaedo


Michael Scriven
The Objectivity of Aesthetic Evaluation

William H. Capitan
On Unity in Poems

H. Osborne
Reasons and Description in Criticism

H. Morris-Jones
The Logic of Criticism

Joel J. Kupperman
Reasons in Support of
Evaluations of Works of Art

Gary Stahl
An Inductive Model for Criticism

Emilio Roma III
The Scope of the Intentional Fallacy

Patrick Wilson
The Need to Justify

Martin Eshleman
Aesthetic Experience, the Aesthetic
Object and Criticism


John Wild
The Concept of Existence

D.P. Dryer
The Concept of Existence in Kant

Normal J. Wells
Existence: History and Problematic

George Bosworth Burch
The Hindu Concept of Existence

Jaakko Hintikka
Studies in the Logic of
Existence and Necessity

G.E. Scott
Quine, God, and Modality

Robert T. Sandin
The Concept of Reality and the
Elimination of Metaphysics

Richard M. Gale
Existence, Tense, and Presupposition

Patricia Crawford
Existence, Predication, and Anselm

Neil Cooper
Ontological Commitment

William H. Baumer
Ontological Arguments Still Fail

Archie J. Bahm
Nonreductionistic Existentialism


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Lewis W. Beck
Agent, Actor, Spectator, and Critic

Kurt Baier
Action and Agent

Peter Winch
Universalizability of Moral Judgements

Alisdair MacIntyre
Pleasure as a Reason for Action

David L. Perry
Prediction, Explanation and Freedom

Dwight Van de Vate, Jr.
Disagreement as a Dramatic Event

Arthur W. Munk
The Self as Agent and Spectator

Rem B. Edwards
Agency Without a Substantive Self

Duane H. Whittier
Causality and the Self

Thomas M. Olshewsky
A Third Dogma of Empiricism


Herbert Spiegelberg
A Phenomenological Approach to the Ego

Vere C. Chappell
Ego and Person: Phenomenology or Analysis

Roderick M. Chisholm
Notes on the Awareness of the Self

Vere C. Chappell
Response to Professor Chisholm

Herbert Spiegelberg
Rejoinder to Vere Chappell and
Roderick Chisholm

Robert G. Turnbull
Linguistic Analysis, Phenomenology, and the
Problems of Philosophy: An Essay in Metaphilosophy

Richard Schmitt
Heidegger’s Analysis of ‘Tool’

Chauncey Downes
On Husserl’s Approach to Necessary Truth

Paul G. Kuntz
Order in Language, Phenomena, and Reality:
Notes on Linguistic Analysis, Phenomenology,
and Metaphysics

Eugene Gendlin
What Are the Grounds of Explication?:
A Basic Problem in Linguistic Analysis
and in Phenomenology


Henry W. Johnstone, Jr.
Self-Refutation and Validity

Duane H. Whittier
Basic Assumption and
Argument in Philosophy

D.c. Yalden-Thomson
Remarks about Philosophical Refutations

Ian Philip McGreal
An Analysis of Philosophical Method

Sid B. Thomas, Jr.
Is the Appeal to Ordinary Usage Ever
Relevant in Philosophical Argument?

Arnold Levison
The Concept of Proof

William Sacksteder
Inference and Philosophic Typologies


Charles Hartshorne
From Colonia Beginnings to
Philosophical Greatness

Audrey L. MacDonald
Peirce’s Logic: An Objective
Study of Reasoning

William H. Hay
John Dewey on Freedom and Choice

Jerome Ashmore
Some Difficulties in Santayana’s Ontology

Garry M. Brodsky
Dewey on Experience and Nature

T.R. Martland
Dewey’s Rejection and
Acceptance of a Metaphysic

Robert L. Holmes
The Development of John Dewey’s
Ethical Thought

S. Morris Eames
Primary Experience in the Philosophy of
John Dewey

John Lachs
Santayana’s Philosophy of Mind

Max H. Fisch
A Chronicle of Pragmatism, 1865–1879


Robert Palter
Copernicanism, Old and New

Milton K. Munitz
On the Use of ‘Universe’ in Cosmology

Milic Capek
Simple Location and
Fragmentation of Reality

Adolf Grünbaum
The Anisotropy of Time

Eugene P. Wigner
Two Kinds of Reality

Sewall Wright
Biology and the Philosophy of Science

Herman S. Forest & Thomas Morrill
Biological Expansion?Perspective on Evolution

Isaac Levi
Belief and Action


J.N. Findlay
Hegel’s Use of Teleology

George A. Schrader
Hegel’s Contribution to Phenomenology

George L. Kline
Some Recent Reinterpretations of
Hegel’s Philosophy

Wilhelm Seeberger
The Political Significance of
Hegel’s Concept of History

Thomas N. Munson
An Interpretation of Hegel’s
Political Thought

H.S. Harris
Review of Periodical Literature on Hegel

Richard Taylor
Can a Cause Precede Its Effect?


May Edel & Abraham Edel
The Confrontation of Anthropology and Ethics

Peter Krausser
A Theory of the Evolution, History, and
Structure of the Human Conscience

T.L. McClintock
The Argument for Ethical Relativism
from the Diversity of Morals

A. Campbell Garnett
Virtues, Rules, and Good Reasons

Paul W. Taylor
The Ethnocentric Fallacy

John Ladd
The Issue of Relativism

A.R. Louch
Anthropology and Moral Explanation

David Bidney
The Two Sources of Culture and Ethics


H.D. Lewis
Buddha and God

A. Boyce Gibson
The Two Strands in Natural Theology

Bowman L. Clarke
Linguistic Analysis and the
Philosophy of Religion

John Riser
Toward the Philosophical Analysis of
Theological Statements

Louis Z. Hammer
Lyric Poetry as Religious Language

Troy Organ
The Language of Mysticism

Niels C. Nielsen, Jr.
“Creation” East and West

John Losee
Two Proposed Demarcations for
Theological Statements

Frederick B. Fitch
The Perfection of Perfection

Gareth B. Matthews
Aquinas on Saying that
God Doesn’t Exist

Robert R. Ehman
On Evil and God


J.N. Findlay
Metaphysics and Affinity

Charles Hartshorne
Present Prospects for Metaphysics

Alan Donagan
Universals and Metaphysical Realism

Norman Malcolm
Memory and the Past

Stephen C. Pepper
A Proposal for a World Hypothesis

Richard Taylor
Causation


Stephan Körner
On Empirical Continuity

A. Schild
The Principle of Equivalence

John Archibald Wheeler
The Universe in the Light of
General Relativity

G.J. Whitrow
Is the Physical Universe a
Self-Contained System?

W.H. McCrea
Information and Prediction in Cosmology

Ernest H. Hutten
Methodological Remarks
Concerning Cosmology

Mario Bunge
Cosmology and Magic

Stephen Toulmin
Historical Inference in Science:

Richard Montague
On the Nature of Certain Philosophical Entities

P. Lorenzen
Logic and Grammar

Jaakko Hintikka
Quantification and the Picture Theory of Language

Joseph Margolis
Some Ontological Policies

K. Stern
Linguisitic Restrictionism and the Idea of
‘Potential Meaning’

G. Benhamin Oliver
The Ontological Structure of Linguistic Theory

Howard Pospesel
The Nonexistence of Propositions

Laurence Foss
‘Language, Logic and Ontology: A Problematic
Account of Truth’

John Bacon
Ontological Commitment and Free Logic


 

Ledger Wood
The Principles of Philosophical Criticism

John Wright Buckham
Duality and Dialectic

Karl Britton
On Public Objects and Private Objects

H.B. Loughnan
Emergence and the Self

Leo Abraham
What is the Theory of Meaning About?

Benjamin Ginzburg
Mechanism and the Methodology of Science

Oliver L. Reiser
Modern Science and Non-Aristotelian Logic


John F. Butler, On Definition

D. M. Datta, The Windowless Monads

H. S. Fries, The Functions of Whitehead’s God

Charles M. Perry, William Torrey Harris and the St. Louis Movement in Philosophy

Edward L. Schaub, Harris and the Journal of Speculative Philosophy

Harvey Gates Townsend, The Political Philosophy of Hegel in a Frontier Society

Kurt F. Leidecker, Harris and Indian Philosophy


Jared S. Moore, Alpha and Omega: The Drama of Reality

Bruce W. Brotherston, The Empirical Spirit

Gustav E. Mueller, Plato’s Dialectical Idealism

Edward L. Schaub, Maimonides: His Background and His Rôle in History

Henry Alonzo Myers, Systematic Pluralism in Spinoza and Hegel

Street Fulton, Husserl’s Significance for the Theory of Truth


Karl Britton, Language, Public and Private

George Todd Kalif, The Antecendent Identity of Natural Objects

W. V. Metcalf, The Reality of Cause in the Physical Universe

Oliver L. Reiser, Non-Aristotelian Logics

Saunders MacLane, A Logical Analysis of Mathematical Structure

George Gentry, Broad’s Sensum Theory and the Problem of the Sensible Substratum


Charles Hartshorne, The Intelligibility of Sensations

Donald C. Williams, The Argument for Realism

Homer H. Dubs, The Logic of Morris R. Cohen

Roy H. Dotterer, The Operational Test of Meaninglessness

Rudolf Kagey, Reality and the ‘Rear’ in Bradley

Lucius Garvin, Are Particulars Constituents of Propositions?

M. Whitcomb Hess, The Universal-Particular Situation in Sculpture and Poetry

G. H. Langley, Objectivity and Change in Moral Values

Rufus Suter, The Problem of Evil in the Philosophy of Jonathan Edwards

Thomas R. Kelly, Meyerson and the Epistemological Paradox


Jared S. Moore, A Reconsideration of the Hegelian Forms

J. E. Turner, The Essentials of Hegel’s Spiritual Monism

Donald C. Williams, The Inductive Argument for Subjectivism

T. A. Goudge, Some Realist Theories of Illusion

A. C. Ewing, Can We Act Against Our Strongest Desire ?

Y. L. Chin, Note on Alternative Systems of Logic

A. Ushenko, A Modification of the Theory of Types


Karl Schmidt, The Existential Status of Facts and Laws in Physics

Donald C. Williams, The A Priori Argument for Subjectivism

Everett W. Hall, Focalized Identity

D. M. Datta, The Objective Idealism of Berkeley

Seba Eldridge, Specialization and Integration in Intellectual Inquiry

Bruce W. Brotherston, The Primitive Mental Attitude and the Objective Method in the Study of Mind

Everett J. Nelson, On Three Logical Principles in Intension

A. Ushenko, The Problem of General Propositions

A. Ushenko, Note on Alternative Systems of Logic

C. I. Lewis, Reply to Mr. Ushenko


Edward L. Schaub, Spinoza: His Personality and His Doctrine of Perfection

T. V. Smith, Spinoza’s Political and Moral Philosophy

Charles Hartshorne, Four Principles of Method-With Applications

George P. Conger, Epitomization and Epistemology

Everett W. Hall, Numerical and Qualitative Identity

Walter S. Gamertsfelder, Current Skepticism of Metaphysics

Leo Abraham, Implication, Modality and Intension in Symbolic Logic


Alternative Systems of Logic

Robert P. Richardson, Preludes to Philosophy

Hiralal Haldar, Space and Time in Hegel’s Philosophy

Everett W. Hall, Continuity and Identity

Virgil C. Aldrich, Symbolization and Similarity

Albert E. Blumberg, Demonstration and Inference in the Sciences and Philosophy

Maurice Baum, The Attitude of William James Tovvard Science

Cecil DeBoer, On the Nature of State Action in Punishment

A. Ushenko, Beauty in Art

A. Ushenko, Note on Ambiguity


Charles W. Morris, Truth, Action and Verification

Chester Townsend Ruddick, On the Contingency of Natural Law

Paul Gastwirth, The Hypothesis of Reducibility

E. Y. Melekian, Nietzsche and the Problem of Democracy

Edward L. Schaub, Goethe and Philosophy


Henry Margenau, Probability and Causality in Quantum Physics

Peter A. Carmichael, Logic and Scientific Law

Foster P. Boswell, Explanation, Science and Forms

A. Ushenko, Fact and Event

W. C. George, The Unit of Life

Everett J. Nelson, The Square of Opposition

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Construction of a Logic in which Conclusion has the Meaning of the Species-Genus Relation

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Relation of the Aristotelean Algebra to that of Boole-Schroeder

Henry Bradford Smith, On the Derivation of Aristotelean Algebra from the Properties of a Hamiltonian Set

Rasvihary Das, Our Knowledge of Physical Objects: A Consideration of Professor G. F. Stout’s Views


Homer H. Dubs, The Theory of Value

Bruce W. Brotherston, Moral Inwardness

C. J. Ducasse, Some Questions in Aesthetics

Albert E. Blumberg, Émile Meyerson’s Critique of Positivism

D. W. Gotshalk, Some Problems of Evolution

James Wilkinson Miller, Negative Terms in Traditional Logic: Distribution, Immediate Inference and Syllogism

PauI Weiss, The Metaphysics and Logic of Classes


V.F. Lenzen
World Geometry

Oliver L. Reiser
Relativity and Reality

E.T. Mitchell
On the Nature and Analysis of Causality

R. Lloyd Beck
John Cook Wilson’s Doctrine of the Universal

Donald Cary Williams
The Nature of Universals and of Abstractions

Harold N. Lee
The Meaning of the Notation of
Mathematics and Logic

Otto Neurath
Physicalism: The Philosophy
of the Viennese Circle

D.W. Gotshalk
Art and Beauty

A.P. Ushenko
Ambiguity in Functions and Propositions


A.D. Ritchie
Miracles

G.H. Langley
Knowledge of God

John Laird
The Justification of Punishment

A.C. Ewing
Solipsism

Charles A. Baylis
Implication and Subsumption

A. Ushenko
On the Validity of the
Principle of Identity

Orlando O. Norris
Some Postulates for an
Instrumental Philosophy

Gabriele Rabel
Kant as a Teacher of Biology


J.L. Stocks
The Golden Mean

Louis Arnaud Reid
Value and Aesthetic Experience

R.F. Alfred Hoernlé
The “Reality” of the Imaginary

Edward O. Sisson
A Preface to Logic

F. Creedy
Logic as the Cross-Classification and
Selection of Arbitrary Elements

Peter A. Carmichael
Change

D.W. Gotshalk
Change Is Substance:
A Reply to Dr. Carmichael

Peter A. Carmichael
Reply to Mr. Gotshalk


Henry Margenau
Causality and Modern Physics

Kurt E. Rosinger
A Realistic Study of the
Foundations of Aesthetics

Gustav Mueller
Value and Evaluation of Beauty

M.E. Spencer
Spinoza and Nietzsche?A Comparison

Everett W. Hall
Bernard Bosanquet on the
Physical and the Logical Idea

Edward O. Sisson
A Preface to Logic

John B. Kent
Dr. Hasan’s Direct Realism


H.H. Price, The Descriptive Theory of Science

Oliver L. Reiser, Mathematics and Emergent Evolution

L. J. LaFleur, Mathematical Antinomies

Gregory VIastos, The Problem of Incompatibility in the Philosophy of Organism

N. V. Banerjee, The Problems and Postulates of Epistemology

B. M. Laing, Contradiction, Logic, anel Reality

M. R. Annand, An Examination of Hume’s Theory of Relations

Everett W. Hall, F. H. Bradley on Idea as Image and Meaning

J. H. Woodger, Mr. Russell’s Theory of Perception


F.S.C. Northrop, The Unitary Field Theory of Einstein and its Bearing on the Macroscopic Atomic Theory

Joseph Needham, Philosophy and Embryology: Prolegomena to a Quantitative Science of Development

D. W. Gotshalk, The Nature of Change

CharIes M. Perry, Back to Dialectic

A. Uchenko, Infinity and Indefiniteness

Edward L. Schaub, Francis Bacon and the Modern Spirit

F. C. S. Schiller, Psychology and Psychical Research

John Marshall, Logic and Language

P. Dienes, A New Treatment of the Theory of Inference


C. Lloyd Morgan, The Bifurcation of Nature

C. Judson Herrick, The Order of Nature

Joseph Needham, PhiIosophy and Embryology: Prolegomena to a Quantitative Science of Development

C. M. Sparrow, Determinism and Modern Physics

D. W. Gotshalk, Causality as an Ontological Relation

L. P. Chambers, Does Consciousness Exist?

Edward L. Schaub, Neo-Ptolemaism in Religion

Paul Arthur Schilpp, The Subjectivism of the Neo-Pragmatic Theory of Knowledge

Charles W. Morris, A Reply to Professor Schilpp


J.E. Turner, Relativity Without Paradox

Herman Noack, Recent Interpretations of Religion in German-Speaking Countries

H. R. MacCallum, Emotion and Pattern in Aesthetic Experience

Helen Knight, Aesthetic Experience in Pictorial Art

William Gruen, Science and Tragedy

Homer H. Dubs, The Nature of Rigorous Demonstration

F. P. Hoskyn, The Relation of Malebranche and Leibniz on Questions in Cartesian Physics

Albert G. A. Balz, Where Ignorance is Bliss

Helen M. Smith, Sensations and the Constancy Hypothesis


A. Wenzl
Erich Becher: In Memoriam

Kurt Grelling
Realism and Logic:
An Investigation of Russell’s Metaphysics

Charles Hartshorne
Continuity, the Form of Forms,
in Charles Peirce

Robert P. Richardson
The Theory of Universals and the
Individualization of Attributes

Susanne K. Langer
A Set of Postulates for the
Logical Structure of Music

Norman C. Bradish
John Sergeant, a Forgotten Critic of
Descartes and Locke


Henry Margenau
The Problem of Physical Explanation

Felix S. Cohen
What is a Question?

W. Lutos?awski
A Theory of Matter

Marie Collins Swabey
Reason and Nature

Alban G. Widgery
Introductory to a Modern
Philosophy of Religion

Paul Weiss
The Nature of Systems

Durant Drake
Sensations and the Constancy Hypothesis


H. Steinhauer
A Concrete Interpretation of
Schopenhauer’s Notion of the Will

Gregory Vlastos
Whitehead, Critic of Abstractions:
Being the Story of a Philosopher Who Started
with Science and Ended with Metaphysics

Herman Hausheer
Plato’s Conception of the Future as
Opposed to Spengler’s

Rufus Suter
Necessity in the Philosophy of
Giordano Bruno

Marie Collins Swabey
The Universe and Universals

Alexander William Stern
The Role of Mathematics in
Modern Physical Theory

Kurt E. Rosinger
The Formalization of Implication

Paul Weiss
The Nature of Systems


Eugenio Rignano
Outlines of a System of Morality
Based on the Harmony of Life

H.W. Wright
Empirical Idealism in Outline

Henry N. Wieman
The Philosophy of Worship

George A. Wilson
The Search for the Concrete

Helen M. Smith
Sensible Appearances,
Sense-Data, and Sensations

Homer H. Dubs
The Psychophysical Problem?
A Neglected Solution

Robert P. Richardson
Relativity and Its Precursors

A.P. Uchenko
Aristotelian Logic and the
Logic of Classes

F.S.C. Northrop
A Reply, Emphasizing the
Existential Import of Propositions


L.P. Chambers
The Search for Certainty

Charles W. Morris
Neo-Pragmatism and the
Ways of Knowing

A.K. Majumdar
A Personalistic Conception of Nature

Paul Weiss
Relativity in Logic

Charles M. Attlee
Egoism

Joseph Ratner
The Foundations of Adler’s
Ethical Philosophy

Paul Crissman
Dewey’s Theory of the Moral Good

William F. Clarke
The Idea of God in a
Philosophy of Events

J.R. Kantor
Can Psychology Contribute to the
Study of Linguistics?


S. Frank
The Problem of Reality

G.A. Johnston
Sensations, Sense-Data,
Physical Objects and Reality

David R. Major
Man is Organic to Nature

Charles W. Morris
The Prediction Theory of Truth

A. Cornelius Benjamin
On the Formation of Constructs

George H. Langley
The Temporal and the Eternal

L.P. Chambers
The Dialectic of Religion

A.K. Sharma
The Relation Between
Buddhism and the Upanishads


John Dewey
Social as a Category

J.E. Turner
The Character of Reality

F.S.C. Northrop
An Internal Inconsistency in
Aristotelian Logic

Charner M. Perry
Language and Thought

Ovidia Hansing
The Doctrine of Recollection
in Plato’s Dialogues

Lyman V. Cady
Wang Yang Ming’s Doctrine
of Intuitive Knowledge

L.L. Bernard
The Development of Methods
in Sociology


F.S. Marvin
The Restoration of Science

Arthur E. Murphy
Alexander’s Metaphysic
of Space-Time, III

Arthur E. Christy
Emerson’s Debt to the Orient

Edward L. Schaub
Recent Interpretations of
Religion in America and Great Britain

Kurt Grelling
Philosophy of the Exact Sciences:
Its Present Status in Germany

A. Wenzl
Contemporary German Psychology


A.K. Wadia, Philosophy and Religion

Roy Wood Sellars, Current Realism in Great Britain and the United States

C.O. Weber, The Reality of Time and the Autonomy of History

W.A. Shimer, Evolution of Relativity

W.H. Johnston, Hegel and Freud

G. W. Coopland, Nicolas Oresme’s Livre De Divinacion

Siney Hook, The Metaphysics of the Instrument: Part Two

Arthur E. Murphy, Alexander’s Metaphysic of Space-Time (II)


Eugenio Rignano, The Finalism of Psychical Processes: Its Nature and Its Origin

Coriolano Alberini, Contemporary Philosophic Tendencies in South America, With Special Reference to Argentina

Sidney Hook, The Metaphysics of the Instrument: Part One

Arthur E. Murphy, Alexander’s Metaphysic of Space-Time (I)

G. E. G. Catlin, Is Politics a Branch of Ethics?

A. K. Sharma, The Psychological Basis of Autosuggestion

Olaf Stapledon, A Theory of the Unconscious

Maude Bodkin, Literary Criticism and the Study of the Unconscious

Eugenio Rignano, Report of the International Congress of Psychology at Groningen


L.L. Bernard, Hereditary and Environmental Factors in Human Behavior

I.W. Howerth, The First Principle of Social Evolution

A. E. Heath, The Notion of Intelligibility in Scientific Thought

E.T. Mitchell, Kantian Relativity

William Curtis Swabey, The System of Bradley

Charles E. Whitmore, The Autonomy of Esthetics

A.E. Freeman, The Nature of Coherence in Aesthetics

G.M.A. Grube, Plato’s Theory of Beauty

Oliver L. Reiser, A Spiritual Behaviorism

Marie Collins Swabey, Science and Subjectivity


S. Frank, Contemporary Russian Philosophy

Emmanuel Leroux, The Philosophy of Religion in French speaking Countries from 1914 to 1925

W.P. Blevin, The Theory of Sensa: An Aspect of Current Realism

Louis Arnaud Reid, The Appearance of Values

D. Luther Evans, The Religious Relevancy of Recent Realism

James Byrnie Shaw, Mathematical Reality

Arnold Dresden, Mathematics and Natural Science

Winthrop Parkhurst, W. J. Kingsland, Jr, Infinity and the Infinitesimal (concluded): Part III

Roy Wood Sellars, Realism and Evolutionary Naturalism: A Reply to Professor Hoernlé

R. F. Alfred Hoernlé, Realism and Evolutionary Naturalism: A Reply to Professor Sellars


C. Lloyd Morgan, Influence and Reference: A Biological Approach to Philosophical Problems

R. F. Alfred Hoernlé, Idealism and Evolutionary Naturalism

M. C. Otto, Instrumentalism

Harold R. Smart, Logical Theory

Wilbur M. Urban, Value Theory and Aesthetics

Henry W. Wright, Ethics and Social Philosophy

B. M. Laing, Hume and the Contemporary Theory of Instinct

A. A. Roback, Psychology as an American Science

Seymour Guy Martin, History of Philosophy


D. Parodi, General Philosophy

Andre Lalande, Logic and the Methodology of the Sciences: (Translated from the French by Gertrude C. Bussey)

Georges Guy-Grand, Principal Currents of Ethical Thought: (Translated from the French by Edward L. Schaub)

Maryse Choisy, Aesthetics

Paul Masson-Oursel, History of Philosophy: (Translated from the French by Germaine and Louis Landré)

Jean Piaget, Psychology: (Translated from the French by Marthe Sturm)

Georges Davy, Sociology: (Translated from the French by Frances Noble)

Ed. Claparede, Pedagogical Tendencies: (Translated from the French by Edward L. Schaub)

Eugene Osty, Metaphysics and Philosophy: (Translated from the French by Nina Winans)

Hartley Burr Alexander, In the Eyes of Youth


Harald Hoffding, Philosophy in the North in the Last Decade: Norway, Denmark, and Sweden

Arthur Liebert, Contemporary Metaphysics in Germany: (Translated from the German by Edward L. Schaub)

Paul F. Linke, The Present Status of Logic and Epistemology in Germany: (Translated from the German by Edward L. Schaub)

Albert Gorland, Concerning the Most Recent German Publications on the History of Philosophy and Its Methodology: (Translated by Hans Kurath and Edward L. Schaub)

Hans Driesch, The Present Status of the Philosophy of Nature in Germany

Max Dessoir, Aesthetics and the Philosophy of Art in Contemporary Germany: (Translated from the German by Edward L. Schaub)

S. Bovensiepen, Main Tendencies in Contemporary Legal and Political Philosophy in Germany: (Translated from the German by Edweard L. Schaub)

A. Cornelius Benjamin, To Exist or Not to Exist

H. H. Price, A Realist View of Illusion and Error

William Curtis Swabey, Philosophie der symbolischen Formen


James Ward, An Introduction to Philosophy

G. F. Stout, Ward As a Psychologist

W. R. Sorley, Ward’s Philosophy of Religion

Emmanuel Leroux, James Ward’s Doctrine of Experience

J. Laird, James Ward’s Account of the Ego

H. C. Dowdall, The Application of Ward’s Psychology to the Legal Problem of Corporate Entity

Sterling P. Lamprecht, James Ward’s Critique of Naturalism

J. E. Turner, The Ethical Implications of Ward’s Philosophy

James Ward, E. B. Titchener, W. S. Foster, A List of the Writings of James Ward: 1874-1925


Martin Schutze, Herder’s Psychology

J. E. Turner, Nature and Ultra-Nature

J. R. Haldane, Gravitation: A Simplified Theory of Relativity

J. Albert Haldi, Mechanism and Vitalism: A Criticism of Loeb’s “Regeneration”

Oliver L. Reiser, An Electromagnetic Theory of Matter, Life, and Mind

Winthrop Parkhurst, W. J. Kingsland, Jr, Infinity and the Infinitesimal: Part One


R.M. Wenley, Huxley in his Epoch

R.D. Carmichael, Meaning in the Case of Mathematical Postulates

Ezra B. Crooks, The Pragmatic Absolute

Susan Miles, Intuition and Beauty

William Christie MacLeod, The Original Nature of Man in Early Chinese Speculation

Ivor B. Hart, The Physical Science of Leonardo da Vinci: A Survey

C.F. Liu, The Vitality of Lao-Tze’s Philosophy

R.D. Carmichael, Carmichael’s Reply to Klyce

S. Klyce, Klyce’s Rebuttal


Edward L. Schaub, The Legacy of Kant

G.T.W. Patrick, The Need and Possibility of an Imperativistic Ethics

Martin Schütze, The Cultural Environment of the Philosophy of Kant

Joseph A. Leighton, Kant, the Seminal Thinker

Edward Scribner Ames, The Religion of Immanuel Kant

S.G. Martin, Kant as a Student of Natural Science

J.H. Farley, Kant’s Philosophy of Religion

E.L. Hinman, Kant’s Philosophy of Law

J.F. Crawford, Kant’s Doctrine Concerning Perpetual Peace

E.F. Carritt, The Sources and Effects in England of Kant’s Philosophy of Beauty


F.S.C. Northrop, Relativity and the Relation of Science to Philosophy

Joseph Needham, The Philosophical Basis of Biochemistry

B. M. Laing, The Contemporary Theory of Instinct

Maximilian Winter, Time and Hereditary Mechanics

Oliver L. Reiser, Fossils of the Mind

Harry Elmer Barnes, Dynamic Politics and the New History


G. Mittag-Leffler, Number: An Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions: (Continued)

Henry Lanz, The New Phenomenology

Louis Arnaud Reid, Reason and Freedom

A. J. Snow, Newton’s Objections to Descartes’s Astronomy

J. C. McKerrow, A New Natural Theology

O. Stapledon, The Problem of Universals

H. Wildon Carr, The Crucial Problem in Monadology

S. Klyce, Foundations of Mathematics

Alan D. Campbell, The Role of Sequences in Our Search for Truth


G. Mittag-Leffler, Number: An Introduction to the Theory of Analytic Functions

James Byrnie Shaw, Science and Mysticism

Raymond Lenoir, Systems of Aesthetics in France

Oliver L. Reiser, Creative Monism

Anders Karitz, Thomas Thorild: A Characterization

Raymond Holder Wheeler, Freedom vs. Determinism in Relation to the Dynamic vs. the Static

Marie Collins Swabey, Mr. G. E. Moore’s Discussion of Sense Data


R. M. Wenley, Immanuel Kant (1724-1924)

Raymond Lenoir, Lamarck

Joseph Ratner, George Santayana: A Philosophy of Piety

Seba Eldridge, Imperfect Correlations Between the Physical and the Vital

F. Lincoln Hutchins, Human Nature

R. Petsch, The Sacred


J. Alexander Gunn, Ribot and His Contribution to Psychology

Harry Elmer Barnes, Theories of the Origin of the State in Classical Political Philosophy

R.D. Carmichael, The Structure of Exact Thought

J.M. Thorburn, Analytic Psychology and Religious Symbolism

W.B. Mahan, The Right and the Good in Theory and Practice

John J. Birch, A-Priorism and Empiricism

Oliver L. Reiser, Life as a Form of Chemical Behavior


Howard R. Moore, The Unity of Science; An Outline

R.D. Carmichael, Concerning the Postulational Treatment of Empirical Truth

Raymond Holder Wheeler, The Static and the Dynamic in the Logic of Science

Margaret Winfield Stewart, Our “Sex Complex” and What Produced It

Donald Cary Williams, The Principle of Alternation

F. Lincoln Hutchins, The Psychic Nature

A. J. Snow, Descartes’ Method and the Revival of Interest in Mathematics

William Benjamin Smith, Nuptials in High Life

Thomas Greenwood, The Significance of the Space-Time Continuum


J.E. Turner, The Problem of Freedom

James Byrnie Shaw, Cause, Purpose, Creativity

Julian S. Huxley, Biology and Sociology

Herbert Nichols, A Crisis in Science

William M. Dickie, “Form” and “Simple Nature” in Bacon’s Philosophy

M. C. Otto, Philosophy and the Synthesis of Knowledge

J. Laird, The Group Mind and the General Will

A. J. Snow, Spinoza’s Use of the “Euclidean Form” of Exposition


H. Bompas Smith, Plato and Modern Education

G. H. Turnbull, Fichte on Education

F. Lincoln Hutchins, The Psychic Nature: Parts 4-6

J. E. Turner, The Failure of Bergsonism

L. L. Bernard, A Criticism of the Psychoanalysts’ Theory of the Libido

L. G. Struthers, Rationalism and Religious Experience

Dorothea Waley Singer, A Generalized Basis of Faith

H. H. Williams, What Is an Antinomy?

W. McDougall, Mr. W. J. Perry on “Pugnacity”


J.E. Greaves, Some Interpretations of Life Phenomena and Their Practical Significance

Joshua C. Gregory, Memory, Forgetfulness, and Mistakes of Recognition in Waking and Dreaming

Harry Elmer Barnes, The Natural State of Man: (An Historical Resumé)

G. Elliott Smith, Freud’s Speculations in Ethnology

F. Lincoln Hutchins, The Psychic Nature

W. J. Perry, Pugnacity

A. E. Taylor, Doctor McTaggart on the Nature of Existence


Louis Arnaud Reid, Ethics, Morality, and Metaphysical Assumptions

H. E. Cunningham, Perception and Nature

C. E. M. Joad, A Criticism of Critical Realism

James Byrnie Shaw, The Spirit of Research

V. T. Thayer, A Comparison of the Ethical Philosophies of Spinoza and Hobbes

R. D. Carmichael, The Logic of Discovery

William Benjamin Smith, Sprengler’s Theory of the Historical Process


James Lindsay, The Philosophy of Possibility

T. V. Smith, Dewey’s Theory of Value

C. Delisle Burns, History and Philosophy

Norbert Wiener, The Relation of Space and Geometry to Experience: Lectures VII-VIII, Harvard University, Fall 1915

J. E. Turner, The Failure of Critical Realism

Ernst Cassirer, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Considered from the Epistemological Standpoint: Sections VI-VII

C. O. Weber, The Psycho-Genesis of Space

James Lindsay, The Realism of Tongiorgi

Wesley Raymond Wells, The Fallacy of Exclusive Scientific Methodology


Fred Rothwell, Emile Boutroux

J. Alexander Gunn, The Philosophy of Emile Boutroux

Emile Boutroux, The Trend of Modern Thought: (Authorized translation by Fred Rothwell)

Milton Harrison, Mental Instability as a Factor in Progress

Norbert Weiner, The Relation of Space and Geometry to Experience: Lectures IV-VI, Harvard University, Fall 1915

Ernst Cassirer, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Considered from the Epistemological Standpoint: Sections III-V

F. Raleigh Batt, Psychology and Law

F. A. Cavenagh, Samuel Butler and Education


Eugenio Rignano, A Liberal Socialistic Programme

Norbert Wiener, The Relation of Space and Geometry to Experience: Lectures I-III, Harvard University, Fall 1915

L. L. Bernard, Religion and Theology

Ernst Cassirer, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Considered from the Epistemological Standpoint: Sections 1-2

George A. Barrow, Science and Self-Sacrifice

D. T. Praigg, Death (Poem)

B. H. Somerville, The Economics of Morality


William Benjamin Smith, Relativity and its Philosophical Implications: (Address delivered at the New Orleans meeting of the Southern Society of Psychology and Philosophy, Apr 1920)

James Lindsay, Leibniz on Truth and Being

George P. Conger, Evolution and Epitomization

J. M. Thorburn, Art and the Unconscious

Charles E. Whitmore, Cross Purposes in Aesthetic Theory

Maximilien Winter, The Principles of the Functional Calculus: (Authorized translation by Fred Rothwell)


M. Picard, The Production of Psychic States

Emile Boutroux, The Essence of Religion

Edmund Noble, Does “Evolution” Explain?

J.E. Turner, The General Nature of the Conditions Which Determine Development

J.E. Fries, “Relativity”: A Searchlight on Human Perception

Raphael Demos, Memory as Knowledge of the Past

Albert R. Chandler, The Aesthetic Categories

Joshua C. Gregory, Thought and Mental Image, Art and Imitation: A Parallel

Maximilien Winter, On the Logical Introduction to the Theory of Functions: (Authorized translation by Fred Rothwell)

A. A. Himwich, Man as a Mutant


John Laird, Mental Spaciousness

B. Muscio, Psychology as Behaviorism

J. E. Turner, The Elements of Croce’s Aesthetic – A Criticism

George Boas, Parmenides and Authority

R. W. Sellars, The Requirements of an Adequate Naturalism

Victor A. Endersby, Einsteinian Space and the Probable Nature of Being

Ralph M. Eaton, The Meaning of Chance

H. H. Williams, Reconstruction in Philosophy

Henry Bradford Smith, On Certain Supposed Fallacies of the Classical Logic

R. D. Carmichael, The Song of Fire


L.L. Bernard, Herbert Spencer’s Work in the Light of His Life

W. O. Brigstocke, Logical Fictions: Sections VI, VII, VIII, and IX

Sanford A. Moss, A Mechanic on the “Mechanism of the Brain”

C. Delisle Burns, A Defect in Current Political Philosophy

Wesley Raymond Wells, Natural Checks on Human Progress

R. M. Wenley, Nietzsche-Traffics and Discoveries

H. H. Williams, The Education of Henry Adams


James Westfall Thompson, The Ethical Significance of Time

Joshua C. Gregory, The Conception of Thought as a Cyclic Process

James Lindsay, The Logic and Metaphysics of Occam

W.O. Brigstocke, Logical Fictions: Sections IV and V

R.W. Sellars, Evolutionary Naturalism and the Mind-Body Problem

J.M. Thorburn, Mysticism and Art

Dorothy Wrinch, On the Theory of Probabilities

L.L. Bernard, The Function of Generalization

Gerald A. Katuin, What Is Essential in Teaching Philosophy?


R.W. Sellars, Space and Time

Raymond Lenoir, The Psychology of Ribot and Contemporary Thought

W.O. Brigstocke, Logical Fictions: Section III

S.N. Patten, Cosmic Processes

Albert J. Edmunds, The End of Mark in the Curetonian Syriac

W. Curtis Swabey, On Realism

L.L. Pimenoff, Freedom in the World-Soul


Philip E.B. Jourdain, Elliptic Orbits and the Growth of the Third Law with Newton

Philip E.B. Jourdain, Newton’s Theorems on the Attraction of Spheres

J. E. Turner, The Conservation of Values in the Universe

Roy Wood Sellars, The Status of the Categories

W.O. Brigstocke, Logical Fictions: Sections I and II

Margaret W. Landes, Richard Burthogge, His Life and His Place in the History of Philosophy

Emile Boutroux, The Characteristics of Modern Philosophy

M. Jourdain, Leonardo da Vinci: Born 1542, Died 1519)

Radoslav A. Tsanoff, Immortality and Monadistic Idealism


Richard C. Schiedt, Ernst Heinrich Haeckel. An Appreciation

Philip E. B. Jourdain, The Analytical Treatment of Newton’s Problems

Juul Dieserud, Space and the World in Space

Hans Friedenthal, The New Number of the Cosmic Sand: On the Extent of the Universe and the Limits of Space and Time

Tenney L. Davis, The Text of Alchemy and the Songe-Verd

S. N. Patten, An Analysis of Mental Defects

H. H. Williams, What Is a Relation?

S. N. Patten, Wish and Will. A Reply to Mr. Salter’s Letter

William M. Salter, Reflections on Professor Patten’s Views

Paul Haupt, The Crib of Christ