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Quatenus and Spinoza's Monism
(2018-04) - Journal article
I examine Spinoza’s use of the term quatenus. It is, I argue, an operator working in the context of a broader logical theory and blocking certain inferences that, according to critics such as Pierre Bayle, lead Spinoza’s ...
Composition as identity : framing the debate
(Oxford University Press, 2014-08) - Book item
Hutcheson and Kant : moral sense and moral feeling
(Routledge, 2017-07-14) - Book item
Philosophical expertise under the microscope
(2018-03-16) - Journal article
Recent experimental studies indicate that epistemically irrelevant factors can skew our intuitions, and that some degree of scepticism about appealing to intuition in philosophy is warranted. In response, some have claimed ...
Paradoxes of signification
(2016-11-24) - Journal article
Ian Rumfitt has recently drawn our attention to a couple of paradoxes of signification, claiming that although Thomas Bradwardine's "multiple-meanings'' account of truth and signification can solve the first of them, it ...
Contrastivism about reasons and ought
(2015-06-04) - Journal article
Contrastivism about some concept says that the concept is relativized to sets of alternatives. Relative to some alternatives, the concept may apply, but relative to others, it may not. This article explores contrastivism ...
Trust, distrust and epistemic injustice
(Routledge, 2017-04-03) - Book item
On the indeterminacy of the meter
(2017-12-01) - Journal article
In the International System of Units (SI), ‘meter’ is defined in terms of seconds and the speed of light, and ‘second’ is defined in terms of properties of cesium 133 atoms. I show that one consequence of these definitions ...
Time is double the trouble: Zeno's moving rows
(2015-03) - Journal article
Kant über Mitleidenschaft
(2016-12-21) - Journal article
In his discussion of sympathetic participation in § 34 of the Doctrine of Virtue, Kant twice uses an unusual word that does not reappear anywhere in his writings: Mitleidenschaft. So far, the significance of this has gone ...