- Faculty, Earlham College
- Research staff, Harvard University
- PhD, Northwestern University, 1978.
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I left my teaching position at Earlham in 2003 in order to work full-time on open access to research. But I still retain a research position at Earlham. I'm also the Director of the Harvard Open Access Project, a Faculty Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Senior Researcher at SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), and the Open Access Project Director at Public Knowledge. Until I can add my publications (or links to them) here at PhilPapers, see those at my personal web site <bit.ly/suber> or the Harvard repository <bit.ly/dash-suber>. PhilPapers is harvesting the latter for philosophy papers but so far (September 2011) missing most of mine. Follow me on Google+ <bit.ly/suber-gplus>.
- Peter Suber, Creating an Intellectual Commons Through Open Access.
- Peter Suber, Open Access in the United States.
- Peter Suber, Trends Favoring Open Access.
- Peter Suber, Unbinding Knowledge: A Proposal for Providing Open Access to Past Research Articles, Starting with the Most Important.
- Peter Suber, Self-Determination and Selfhood in Recent Legal Cases.
- Peter Suber (2011). Suber: Leader of a Leaderless Revolution. Information Today, July/August 2011.
- Peter Suber (2003). A Sceptical Theory of Morality and Law. International Studies in Philosophy 35 (4):134-135.
- Peter Suber (1998). The Case of the Speluncean Explorers: Nine New Opinions. Routledge.
- Peter Suber (1994). Question-Begging Under a Non-Foundational Model of Argument. Argumentation 8 (3):241-250.
- Peter Suber (1990). A Case Study in 'Ad Hominem' Arguments: Fichte's "Science of Knowledge". Philosophy and Rhetoric 23 (1):12 - 42.
- Peter Suber (1989). The Reflexivity of Change: The Case of Language Norms. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 3 (2):100 - 129.
- Peter Suber (1988). What is Software? Journal of Speculative Philosophy 2 (2):89-119.
- Steven J. Bartlett & Peter Suber (eds.) (1987). Self-Reference: Reflections on Reflexivity. Distributors for the United States and Canada, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
- Peter Suber, Amendment.
- Peter Suber, Analogy Exercises for Teaching Legal Reasoning.
- Peter Suber, Appendix 3 Nomic: A Game of Self-Amendment [Note 1].
- Peter Suber, A Year of Teaching with Dialog.
- Peter Suber, Civil Disobedience.
- Peter Suber, Is Philosophy Dead?
- Peter Suber, Infinite Reflections.
- Peter Suber, Logical Rudeness.
- Peter Suber, Legal Reasoning After Post-Modern Critiques of Reason [Note 1].
- Peter Suber, Open Access Overview.
- Peter Suber, Paternalism.
- Peter Suber, Population Changes and Constitutional Amendments: Federalism Versus Democracy.
- Peter Suber, Review of George Dyson, Darwin Among The Machines. [REVIEW]
- Peter Suber, Review of Jeff Mason, Philosophical Rhetoric. [REVIEW]
- Peter Suber, Six Exploding Knots.
- Peter Suber, Self-Reference in Law.
- Peter Suber, Saving Machines From Themselves: The Ethics of Deep Self-Modification.
- Peter Suber, The Database Paradox: Unlimited Information and the False Blessing of 'Objectivity'.
- Peter Suber, The Paradox of Self-Amendment in American Constitutional Law.
- Peter Suber, Unsimplifying Political Correctness: When the Right and Left Are Right and Wrong.
- Peter Suber, Years Later, The Questions Remain.
- Peter Suber, Is Your College Ready to Tackle More Than Sweatshops?
- Peter Suber, Open Access, Impact, and Demand: Why Some Authors Self-Archive Their Articles.
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