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  1. Howard Darmstadter (2013). Replies to Mercier and Oaksford. Thinking and Reasoning 19 (3-4):500-504.
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  2. Howard Darmstadter (2013). Why Do Humans Reason? A Pragmatist Supplement to an Argumentative Theory. Thinking and Reasoning 19 (3-4):472-487.
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  3. Howard Darmstadter (2012). Peter Singer Says You Are a Bad Person. Philosophy Now 89 (89):24-27.
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  4. Howard Darmstadter (2011). David Hume at 300. Philosophy Now 83:6-9.
  5. Howard Darmstadter (2007). Relativism and Progress. Reason Papers (29):41-57.
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  6. Howard Darmstadter (1975). Better Theories. Philosophy of Science 42 (1):20-27.
    It is argued that a better theory neither (I) proves better at enabling us to realize our goals, nor (II) enables us to make more accurate predictions than a worse theory. (I) fails because it, tacitly, erroneously assumes, in talking of our goals, that individual preferences for theories can be aggregated into a social preference ordering; (II) fails because it cannot distinguish between important and unimportant predictions. Neither of these failures can be patched up by appealing to the notion of (...)
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  7. Howard Darmstadter (1974). Can Beliefs Correspond to Reality? Journal of Philosophy 71 (10):302-314.
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  8. Howard Darmstadter (1974). Indeterminacy of Translation and Indeterminacy of Belief. Philosophical Studies 26 (3-4):229 - 237.
    I argue that quine's thesis of the indeterminacy of radical translation is incorrect. the argument exploits the connections between quine's thesis and common sense notions regarding belief. a simple model of belief, taking beliefs to be sets of brain states, is used to give a rigorous restatement of quine's thesis. it is then argued that our need to project the actions of other people from their professions of belief would make the situation quine describes unstable, since persons in that situation (...)
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  9. Howard Darmstadter (1971). Consistency of Belief. Journal of Philosophy 68 (10):301-310.
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