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  1. Shamik Dasgupta (forthcoming). The Possibility of Physicalism. Journal of Philosophy.
    It has been suggested that many philosophical theses—physicalism, normative naturalism, phenomenalism, and so on—should be understood in terms of ground. Against this, Ted Sider (2011) has argued that ground is ill-suited for this purpose. Here I develop Sider’s objection and offer a response. In doing so I develop a view about the role of ground in philosophy, and about the content of these distinctively philosophical theses.
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  2. Sarah-Jane Leslie (forthcoming). The Original Sin of Cognition: Fear, Prejudice, and Generalization. Journal of Philosophy.
  3. Douglas W. Portmore (forthcoming). Perform Your Best Option. Journal of Philosophy.
    We ought to perform our best option—that is, the option that we have most reason, all things considered, to perform. This is perhaps the most fundamental and least controversial of all normative principles concerning action. Yet, it is not, I believe, well understood. For even setting aside questions about what our options are and what our reasons are, there are prior questions concerning how best to formulate the principle. In this paper, I address these questions. One of the more interesting (...)
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  4. Justin Tiehen (forthcoming). A Priori Scrutability and That's All. Journal of Philosophy.
    In his recent book Constructing the World, David Chalmers defends A Priori Scrutability, the thesis that there is a compact class of truths such that for any truth p, a Laplacian intellect could know a priori that if the truths in that class hold, then p. In this paper, I develop an objection to Chalmers’ thesis that focuses on his treatment of a so-called that’s-all truth. My objection draws on Theodore Sider’s discussion of border-sensitive properties, and also on the causal (...)
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  5. Stephen Yablo (forthcoming). Review of Forbes's The Metaphysics of Modality. [REVIEW] Journal of Philosophy.
     
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  6. T. Bayne (forthcoming). The Unity of Consciousness and the Commissurotomy Syndrome. Journal of Philosophy.
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  7. Hannah Ginsborg (forthcoming). Primitive Normativity. Journal of Philosophy.
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  8. I. Hacking (forthcoming). Review of Kitcher. [REVIEW] Journal of Philosophy.
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  9. Gilbert Harman (forthcoming). Metaphysical Realism and Moral Relativism. Journal of Philosophy.
    Putnam rejects "metaphysical realism," which takes "the world" to be a single complex thing, a connected causal or explanatory order into which all facts fit. he argues that such metaphysical realism is responsible for views he finds implausible; in particular, it can lead to moral relativism when one tries to locate the place of value in the world of fact. i agree that metaphysical realism will lead a thoughtful philosopher to moral relativism, but find neither of these views implausible. in (...)
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  10. E. Henry Jr (forthcoming). Kyburg.'The Rule of Adjunction and Reasonable Inference,'. Journal of Philosophy.
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  11. Thomas Hill (forthcoming). Review of John Rawls's Collected Papers. [REVIEW] Journal of Philosophy.
     
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  12. J. McDowell (forthcoming). The 1997 Woodbridge Lectures. Journal of Philosophy.
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  13. C. Peacocke (forthcoming). JSTOR: The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 98, No. 5 (May, 2001), Pp. 239-264. Journal of Philosophy.
    T n he question posed in my title is one that has been vigorously debated in philosophy for almost twenty years now. In one form or another, the idea that perceptual experience has a content that is nonconceptual is found in the writings of, among others, Jose Bermuidez, ... \n.
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  14. John Robinson (forthcoming). Personal Identity and Survival. Journal of Philosophy.
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  15. Mark J. Schervish, Teddy Seidenfeld & Joseph B. Kadane (forthcoming). Stopping to Reflect. Journal of Philosophy.
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  16. Marius Usher (forthcoming). Control, Choice, and the Convergence/Divergence Dynamics: A Compatibilistic Probabilistic Theory of Free Will. Journal of Philosophy.
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  17. Stephen White (forthcoming). Forthcoming. Why the Property Dualism Argument Won't Go Away. Journal of Philosophy.
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