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  • Publication: Stephen Read

    Publication: Stephen Read

    Stephen Read’s article, ‘The Rule of Contradictory Pairs, Insolubles and Validity‘ has appeared this month (November 2020) in Vivarium 58(4), 275-304: The article was prepared...

     
  • Theories of Paradox in the Middle Ages – Recording now available

    Theories of Paradox in the Middle Ages – Recording now available

    Stephen Read organised a panel discussion in June 2020, with contributions from Sara Uckelman (Durham University) and David Sanson (Illinois State University) as well as...

     
  • Publication: Frederik Andersen

    Publication: Frederik Andersen

    One of Frederik’s papers was recently published online:  Process Reliabilism, Prime numbers and the Generality Problem

     
  • Conceptual Engineering on Youtube

    Conceptual Engineering on Youtube

     
  • Publication: Stephen Read

    Publication: Stephen Read

    Stephen Read recently published a paper (Open Access): ‘Swyneshed, Aristotle and The Rule of Contradictory Pairs’.     

     
  • Publication: Frederik Andersen

    Publication: Frederik Andersen

    One of Frederik’s papers was recently published online: Uniqueness and Logical Disagreement      

     
  • Publication: Kevin Scharp

    Publication: Kevin Scharp

    See Kevin Scharp’s recently published paper: “Philosophy as the Study of Defective Concepts,” in Conceptual Engineering and Conceptual Ethics, Burgess, Cappelen, and Plunkett (eds.), Oxford University...

     
  • Publication: Kevin Scharp

    Publication: Kevin Scharp

    See Kevin Scharp’s recently published paper on Conceptual engineering for truth: aletheic properties and new aletheic concepts.

     
  • Publication: Jessica Brown

    Publication: Jessica Brown

    Jessica Brown has just had her article, “Epistemically blameworthy belief”, accepted at Philosophical Studies.

     
  • Publication: Lisa Bastian

    Publication: Lisa Bastian

    One of Lisa’s papers was recently published online: ‘Minimal disturbance: in defence of pragmatic reasons of the right kind‘      

     
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