European Journal Of Analytic Philosophy
   

Contents of published issues

Volume 6, No. 2, 2010

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’KNOWLEDGE IS TRUE BELIEF’ REBUTTED, Scott F. Aikin [PDF]

KNOWLEDGE, TRUE BELIEF, AND VIRTUOUS FALLIBILISM, David Martens [PDF]

ANALYTICITY AND LANGUAGE ENGINEERING IN CARNAP’ S LOGICAL SYNTAX, Sam Hillier [PDF]

ESSENTIALLY INCOMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS, Carlo Penco [PDF]

REASON AND DESIRE: THE CASE OF AFFECTIVE DESIRES, Attila Tanyi [PDF]

Volume 6, No. 1, 2010

CLASSIFICATION AND EXPLANATION IN PSYCHIATRY: PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES
Monographic issue edited by Lisa Bortolotti and Luca Malatesti

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CONCEPTUAL CHALLENGES IN THE CHARACTERISATION AND EXPLANATION OF PSYCHIATRIC PHENOMENA, Lisa Bortolotti and Luca Malatesti, [PDF 27 KB]

ARE PSYCHIATRIC KINDS REAL? Helen Beebee and Nigel Sabbarton-Leary [PDF]

COMPLEX MENTAL DISORDERS: REPRESENTATION, STABILITY AND EXPLANATION, Dominic Murphy [PDF]

UNDERSTANDING AND JASPERS: NATURALIZING THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF PSYCHIATRY, John McMillan [PDF]

SCHIZOPHRENIA AND THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF SELF-KNOWLEDGE, Hanna Pickard [PDF]

LIVING STRANGELY IN TIME: EMOTIONS, MASKS AND MORALS IN PSYCHOPATHICALLY-INCLINED PEOPLE, Doris McIlwain [PDF]

PSYCHIATRIC EXPLANATION AND UNDERSTANDING, Tim Thornton [PDF]

Volume 5, No. 2, 2009

CHALLENGES FOR REPRESENTATIONAL THEORIES OF MIND AND CONSCIOUSNESS
Monographic issue edited by Tamás Demeter and János Tőzsér

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INTRODUCTION, Tamás Demeter and János Tőzsérr

FROM TRACKING RELATIONS TO PROPOSITIONAL ATTITUDES, Adam Morton [PDF]

PSYCHOLOGY IS NOT A METAREPRESENTATIONAL DEVICE, Tamás Demeter[PDF]

NOT EVERY FEELING IS INTENTIONAL, Katalin Farkas [PDF]

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ARGUMENT FOR THE DISJUNCTIVE THEORY OF PERCEPTION, János Tőzsér [PDF]

UNDERSTANDING HOW EXPERIENCE “SEEMS”, Thomas Raleigh [PDF]

WHY PHENOMENAL CONTENT IS NOT INTENTIONAL, Howard Robinson [PDF]

Volume 5, No. 1, 2009

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Letter from the editors

THE SELF: A HUMEAN BUNDLE AND/OR A CARTESIAN SUBSTANCE? Jiri Benovsky. [PDF]

EPISTEMICAL AND ETHICAL TROUBLES IN ACHIEVING RECONCILIATION, AND THEN BEYOND, Rory J. Conces [PDF]

HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION: INTERNATIONAL MORALITY OR GLOBAL IDEAL? Paul Gilbert [PDF]

CONTEXTUALISM WITHOUT INCOMPLETENESS, Marina Sbisà [PDF]

”LET THE OCCULT QUALITY GO ”: INTERPRETING BERKELEY’ S METAPHYSICS OF SCIENCE, Tom Stoneham and Angelo Cei [PDF]

Volume 4, No.2, 2008



WHICH FUTURE FOR PHILOSOPHY? DISCUSSING WITH HILARY PUTNAM [PDF 1,38 MB]

INTRODUCTION, Massimo Dell'Utri

ON THE ABSENCE OF AN INTERFACE: PUTNAM, DIRECT PERCEPTION, AND FREGE'S CONSTRAINT, Stephen L. White

REPLY TO STEPHEN WHITE, Hilary Putnam

PUTNAM, PRAGMATISM AND THE FATE OF METAPHYSICS, David Macarthur

REPLY TO DAVID MACARTHUR, Hilary Putnam

PUTNAM ON TIME AND SPECIAL RELATIVITY: A LONG JOURNEY FROM ONTOLOGY TO ETHICS, Mauro Dorato

REPLY TO MAURO DORATO, Hilary Putnam

THE THREAT OF CULTURAL RELATIVISM: HILARY PUTNAM AND THE ANTIDOTE OF FALLIBILISM, Massimo Dell'Utri

REPLY TO MASSIMO DELL'UTRI, Hilary Putnam

Volume 4, No.1, 2008

    ACTION AND DOXASTIC CONTROL: THE ASYMMETRY THESIS REVISITED, Andrei A. Buckareff [PDF 477 KB]

    COMMITMENTS OF A DIVIDED SELF: AUTHENTICITY, AUTONOMY AND CHANGE IN KORSGAARD'S ETHICS, Lydia L. Moland [PDF 549 KB]

    RATIONALITY AND THE REACTIVE ATTITUDES, Angus Ross [PDF 605 KB]

    INSTRUMENTAL REASONING RECONSIDERED, Georg Spielthenner [PDF 579 KB]

    PLANTINGA'S RELIABILISM BETWEEN TELEOLOGY AND EPISTEMIC NATURALIZATION, Margherita Di Stasio [PDF 509 KB]

    HORWICH AND MILLER ON DISPOSITIONALIST THEORIES OF MEANING, Massimiliano Vignolo [PDF 525 KB]

Volume 3, No.2, 2007

    INTRODUCTION, Michael Liston (guest editor) [PDF 495 KB]

    REFERENTIAL DESCRIPTIONS AND CONVERSATIONAL IMPLICATURES, Michael Devitt [PDF 604 KB]

    REFERENTIALLY USED DESCRIPTIONS: A REPLY TO DEVITT, Kent Bach [PDF 518 KB]

    REFERENTIAL DESCRIPTIONS: A NOTE ON BACH, Michael Devitt [PDF 449 KB]

    THE MAIN BONE OF CONTENTION, Kent Bach [PDF 431 KB]

    ABOUT ABOUTNESS, Nathan Salmon [PDF 547 KB]

    HEAVY HANDS, MAGIC, AND SCENE READING TRAPS, Stephen Neale [PDF 761 KB]

    DEFINITE DESCRIPTIONS AND QUANTIFIER SCOPE: SOME MATES CASES RECONSIDERED, Michael Glanzberg [PDF 640 KB]

    THE 1910 *PRINCIPIA*'S THEORY OF FUNCTIONS AND CLASSES AND THE THEORY OF DESCRIPTIONS, William Demopoulos [PDF 534 KB]

    FREGE AND RUSSELL: DOES SCIENCE TALK SENSE?, Mark Wilson [PDF 494 KB]

    THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY - RUSSELL ON NAMES, Michael Liston [PDF 788 KB]

Volume 3, No.1, 2007

    LOVE IMPERILED, Ishtiyaque Haji, Stefaan E. Cuypers [PDF 503 KB]

    THE PLACE OF PHILOSOPHY IN EUROPEAN CULTURE, Michael Dummett [PDF 470 KB]

    IN DEFENCE OF THE VERIDICAL NATURE OF SEMANTIC INFORMATION, Luciano Floridi [PDF 574 KB]

    EWING'S PROBLEM, Christian Piller [PDF 542 KB]

    REVIEW OF DUNCAN PRITCHARD'S EPISTEMIC LUCK, Maria Lasonen [PDF 567 KB]

Volume 2, No.2, 2006

    INTRODUCTION, Christine Clavien, Julien Deonna, Ivo Wallimann [PDF 100 KB]

    WHAT IS WRONG WITH REID'S CRITICISM OF HUME ON MORAL APPROBATION?, Laurent Jaffro [PDF 143 KB]

    RESPONSIBILITY FOR OTHERS' EMOTIONS, Sophie Rietti [PDF 168 KB]

    AUTONOMY AND THE EMOTIONS, Christine Tappolet [PDF 140 KB]

    MORAL EMOTIONS, PRINCIPLES, AND THE LOCUS OF MORAL PERCEPTION, Joseph E. Corbi [PDF 195 KB]

    TWO APPROACHES TO SELF-LOVE: HUTCHESON AND BUTLER, Christian Maurer [PDF 165 KB]

Volume 2, No.1, 2006

    EDITOR'S NOTE [PDF 20 KB]

    FOREWORD, Katalin Farkas, Judit Szalai [PDF 89 KB]

    EMOTION AND EMOTION SCIENCE, David Pugmire [PDF 185 KB]

    RESTORING EMOTION'S BAD REP: THE MORAL RANDOMNESS OF NORMS, Ronald de Sousa [PDF 175 KB]

    AFFECT WITHOUT OBJECT: MOODS AND OBJECTLESS EMOTIONS, Carolyn Price [PDF 170 KB]

    IN PRAISE OF SELF: HUME'S LOVE OF FAME, M.G.F. Martin [PDF 278 KB]

    EMOTIONAL CONTENT, COGNITIVE PRECONDITION AND PHENOMENOLOGY, Judit Szalai [PDF 92 KB]

    SELF-DECEPTION AND DELUSIONS, Alfred R. Mele [PDF 155 KB]

    SEVENTEENTH - CENTURY THEORIES OF EMOTION AND THEIR CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE, Gàbor Boros [PDF 167 KB]

Volume 1, No.2, 2005

    CONFRONTING PHILOSOPHICAL OBJECTIONS TO CHOMSKYAN LINGUISTICS, Mark J. Cain [PDF 249 KB]

    THE TRANSIENCE OF POSSIBILITY, Reina Hayaki [PDF 220 KB]

    THE SAUCER OF MUD, THE KUDZU VINE AND THE UXORIOUS CHEETAH: AGAINST NEO-ARISTOTELIAN NATURALISM IN METAETHICS, James Lenman [PDF 224 KB]

    TRIVIALIZING COGNITIVE COMMAND, Tommaso Piazza [PDF 236 KB]

    ORDINARY WRONGDOING AND RESPONSIBILITY WORTH WANTING, Maureen Sie [PDF 224 KB]

Volume 1, No.1, 2005

    BERKELEY'S ACTIVE SELF, Jonathan Dancy [PDF 206 KB]

    GENUINE MODAL REALISM AND THE EMPTY WORLD, David Efird, Tom Stonehaum [PDF 215 KB]

    DOES "RABBIT" REFER TO RABBITS ?, Michael Liston [PDF 221 KB]

    WHY MUST WE THREAT HUMANITY WITH RESPECT ? EVALUATING THE REGRESS ARGUMENT, Michael Ridge [PDF 213 KB]

    REASONS, CONCERNS, AND NECESSITY, Theo van Willigenburg [PDF 191 KB]

   
 
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