Lots of new publications since our last round-up, so we’re splitting the announcement in two. Tune in next week for part two.
Hohwy, J. 2013. The Predictive Mind (Oxford University Press).
Journal articles and book chapters
Bayne, T. Hohwy, J. 2014. Global Disorders of Consciousness. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science 5(2): 129–138.
Bhattacharya, Aveek, and Simpson, Robert Mark (2014), “Life in overabundance: Agar on life-extension and the fear of death”, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 17 (2): 223–36.
Broad, Jacqueline. “Women on Liberty in Early Modern England”, Philosophy Compass 9, no. 2 (2014): 112–22.
Broad, Jacqueline. “The Equality of the Sexes: Three Feminist Texts of the Seventeenth Century [book review]”, British Journal for the History of Philosophy, published online 7 May 2014.
Chadha, M., (2014). “On Knowing Universals: The Nyāya way.” Philosophy East and West 64:3. pp.287–303
Chadha, M., (2014). “A Buddhist Explanation of Episodic Memory: From Self to Mind” Asian Philosophy 24:1, pp. 14–27.
Chadha, M. (forthcoming) “Time-Series of Ephemeral Impressions: The Abhidharma-Buddhist View of Conscious Experience“, Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences.
Chadha, M. (forthcoming). “Meditation and Unity of Consciousness: A perspective from Buddhist epistemology.” Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences.
D’Agostino, Fred, Gaus, Gerald and Thrasher, John, “Contemporary
Approaches to the Social Contract”, The Stanford Encyclopedia of
Philosophy (Spring 2014 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.).
Daniels, Paul. “Occupy Wall: A Mereological Puzzle and the Burdens of Endurantism”. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 2014; 92 (1): 91–101
Daniels, Paul. “Endurantism and Paradox.” Philosophia 2013; 41 (4): 1173–1179
Emerton, P. and T. Handfield. 2014. Understanding the political defensive privilege. In The Morality of Defensive War, ed. C. Fabre and S. Lazar. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. 40–65.
Gaus, Gerald and John Thrasher “Social Evolution,” in The Routledge Companion to Social and Political Philosophy, edited by Gerald Gaus and Fred D’Agostino, Routledge (2013), pp. 643–655.
Hohwy, J. (2014) Elusive phenomenology, counterfactual awareness, and presence without mastery. Cognitive Neuroscience.
Hohwy, J. 2014. The self-evidencing brain. Noûs.
Humberstone, Lloyd. ‘Aggregation and Idempotence’, to appear in Review of Symbolic Logic.
Humberstone, Lloyd. ‘Zolin and Pizzi: Defining Necessity from Noncontingency’, to appear in Erkenntnis.
Oppy, Graham & Saward, Mark. Molinism and Divine Prophecy of Free
Actions. Religious Studies, Volume 50, Issue 2, June 2014, pp 235–44.
Palmer, C., Paton, B., Barclay, L., Hohwy, J. 2013. Equality, efficiency, and sufficiency: Responding to multiple parameters of distributive justice during charitable distribution. The Review of Philosophy and Psychology 4(4) 659–674.
Procyshyn, Alexei. ‘Walter Benjamin’s Philosophy of Language.’ Philosophy Compass.
Research Unit in European Philosophy Workshop
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Research Unit in European Philosophy Public Lecture
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What is it to dream? – Jennifer Windt on Radio National
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Research: Illusion aids understanding of autism
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Mid-year publications round-up, Part II
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Visitors to the Department, Semester 1
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Andrew Benjamin on Walter Benjamin
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TechDebates: Lethal Autonomous (“Killer”) Robots
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Jakob Hohwy in New Scientist, on self-perception and tickling oneself
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Publications round-up, October
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