Below is a (probably incomplete) list of publications that members of the department have had appear online or in print since the beginning of the year.
Paton, B., Skewes, J., Frith, C., Hohwy, J. 2013. Skull-bound perception and precision optimization through culture. Behavioural and Brain Sciences. 36(3):42.
Hohwy, J. 2013. Delusions, illusions, and inference under uncertainty. Mind & Language 28: 57-71. DOI: 10.1111/mila.12008.
Palmer, C. J. Paton, B., T. Ngo, T. T., Thomson, R. H., Hohwy, J., and M. Miller, S. M. 2013. Individual differences in moral behavior: A role for response to risk and uncertainty? Neuroethics. Online First. 2012DOI: 10.1007/s12152-012-9158-4.
Paul Silva Jr (2013): How to be Conservative: a Partial Defence of Epistemic Conservatism, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, DOI:10.1080/00048402.2012.751431
Linda Barclay, “Cognitive impairment and the right to vote: a strategic approach”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 30 (2), 2013
Linda Barclay, “Liberal Daddy Quotas: why men need to take care of the children, and how liberals can get them to do it”, Hypatia, 28 (1), 2013.
Sparrow, R. 2013. In vitro eugenics. Journal of Medical Ethics. Online First, published on April 4, 2013. DOI: 10.1136/medethics-2012-101200.
Sparrow, R. 2013. Queerin’ the PGD clinic: Human enhancement and the future of bodily diversity. Journal of Medical Humanities. 34(2): 177-196. Published Online First March 10, 2013. DOI: 10.1007/s10912-013-9223-y.
Josh May, “Does Disgust Influence Moral Judgment?“ Australasian Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming).
Josh May, “Because I Believe It’s the Right Thing to Do” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (forthcoming).
Chadha, M., (2013). “Self in Early Nyāya: A Minimal Conclusion” Asian Philosophy, 23, 1: 24-52
Chadha, M. (2013). “Meditation and Unity of Consciousness: A perspective from Buddhist epistemology.” Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences.
Baltzly, D. ‘Two Aristotelian Puzzles about Planets and their Neoplatonic Reception’, Apeiron,
Baltzly, D. “Dialectic”, in the Continuum Companion to Plato http://www.bloomsbury.com/au/the-continuum-companion-to-plato-9780826435354/
Karen Green was guest editor of an issue of the journal teorema on Michael Dummett, and published in that issue, ‘Dummett’s Legacy,’ teorema XXXII (1) pp. 5–17.
Karen Green & Shannon Weekes, ‘Catharine Macaulay on the Will,’ History of European Ideas 39 (3) (2013) pp. 409-25.
Graham Oppy, “Ultimate Naturalistic Causal Explanation” in T. Goldschmidt (ed.) Why is there something rather than Nothing? London: Routledge
Graham Oppy, “Truth and God” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Special Online Issue: Truth
Graham Oppy, Review of The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology, edited by Russell Manning, 2013. NDPR Reviews.
Robert Simpson, Epistemic Peerhood and the Epistemology of Disagreement. Philosophical Studies (forthcoming).
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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New lecturers in Philosophy [updated]
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Philosophy, mid-year publications round-up, Part I
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Project: Prospects for an Ethics of Self-Cultivation
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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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