Simon Kittle University of Sheffield
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I am a PhD student in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield. My main research is in the area of philosophy of action. In particular, I am concerned with the metaphysics of modal properties such as abilities and with the semantics of statements ascribing such properties.
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  1. Simon Kittle (2014). Vihvelin and Fischer on ‘Pre-Decisional’ Intervention. Philosophia 42 (4):987-997.
    Vihvelin argues that Frankfurt-style cases should be divided into two kinds, according to when the trigger for the intention takes place: either prior to the agent's choice or after it. Most agree that only the former, which I call pre-decisional intervention, stands a chance of removing all of an agent's alternatives. Vihvelin notes that both sides in the dispute over whether there is a successful case of pre-decisional intervention assume that if there is a successful case, then it will be (...)
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  2. Simon Kittle (2013). Freedom of the Will: A Conditional Analysis, by Ferenc Huoranszki. Disputatio (37):368-374.
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