Issues, 1990–99

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

Andy W. Young

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


Timothy Sprigge

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

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

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

Advisory Editor: Dan Greenberg

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

James O. Gruenebaum
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

N. Scott Arnold
Economists and Philosophers as Critics of the Free Enterprise System

Dan Greenberg
Radin on Personhood and Rent Control

Advisory Editor: James E. Ford

James E. Ford
Systematic Pluralism: Introduction to an Issue

Walter Watson
Types of Pluralism

Andrew J. Reck
An Historical Sketch of Pluralism

Eugene Garver
Why Pluralism Now?

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
Epistemology as Hermeneutics: Antifoundationalist Relativism

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

Advisory Editor: John M. Cooper

Richard Bett
Carneades’ Distinction Between Assent and Approval

Stephen E. Rosenbaum
Epicurus on Pleasure and the Complete Life

Nicholas P. White
Stoic Values

T. H. Irwin
Virtue, Praise and Success: Stoic Responses to Aristotle

Julia Annas
The Hellenistic Version of Aristotle’s Ethics

Gisela Striker
Ataraxia: Happiness as Tranquillity