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Mind & LanguageEpistemic Vigilance
D Sperber, F Clément, C Heintz, O Mascaro, H Mercier, G Origgi, D Wilson
201Notes:
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Philosophical ReviewMonism: The Priority of the WholeJ Schaffer176
This list was generated simply by taking the papers included within Google Scholar Metrics.
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SyntheseNonindexical contextualismJ MacFarlane174
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Journal of Philosophical LogicMerging Frameworks for Interaction
J van Benthem, J Gerbrandy, T Hoshi, E Pacuit
155
This information was originally gathered for a quantitative study of recent work in philosophy of mind, now available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010027714002315
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Journal of Consciousness StudiesThe Singularity: A Philosophical AnalysisD Chalmers125
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Journal of PhilosophyIfs and OughtsN Kolodny, J MacFarlane104
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences
Enactive intersubjectivity: Participatory sense-making and mutual incorporation
T Fuchs, H De Jaegher104
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Journal of PhilosophyCause and NormC Hitchcock, J Knobe100
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Mind & LanguageThe Epistemic Side‐Effect EffectJR Beebe, W Buckwalter100
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Journal of Philosophical Logic
Everything Else Being Equal: A Modal Logic for Ceteris Paribus Preferences
J van Benthem, P Girard, O Roy94
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Mind & LanguageRecognizing Communicative Intentions in InfancyC Csibra94
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SyntheseMass nouns, vagueness and semantic variationG Chierchia88
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The Philosophical QuarterlyExperience and ContentA Byrne88
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MindPeirce’s Theory of Signs, by Thomas L. ShortA Atkin87
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Philosophy CompassDisagreement as Evidence: The Epistemology of ControversyD Christensen84
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SyntheseModels and fictionR Frigg82
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MindAgainst Content NormativityK Glüer, Å Wikforss81
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences
The psychology of memory, extended cognition, and socially distributed remembering
J Sutton, CB Harris, PG Keil, AJ Barnier81
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SyntheseAn agent-based conception of models and scientific representationRN Giere78
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Mind & LanguageScalar Implicature and Local PragmaticsB Geurts76
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Philosophical PsychologyAre philosophers expert intuiters?
JM Weinberg, C Gonnerman, C Buckner, J Alexander
76
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Mind & Language
Grounding Procedural and Declarative Knowledge in Sensorimotor Anticipation
G Pezzulo72
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Mind & LanguageThe Pervasive Impact of Moral JudgmentD Pettit, J Knobe72
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Journal of PhilosophyAnti-Luck Virtue EpistemologyD Pritchard69
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Mind
Spreading the Joy? Why the Machinery of Consciousness is (Probably) Still in the Head
A Clark66
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
Cognitive Penetration of Colour Experience: Rethinking the Issue in Light of an Indirect Mechanism
F Macpherson66
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Philosophical PsychologyExtended cognition and the mark of the cognitiveM Rowlands64
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SyntheseThe philosophy of simulation: hot new issues or same old stew?R Frigg, J Reiss63
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchAgainst Arguments from Reference
R Mallon, E Machery, S Nichols, S Stich
62
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Philosophy CompassDual‐Process and Dual‐System Theories of ReasoningK Frankish62
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SyntheseThe plurality of conceptsDA Weiskopf60
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ErkenntnisCredible Worlds, Capacities and MechanismsR Sugden59
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EthicsHybrid Expressivism: Virtues and VicesM Schroeder59
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Mind & Language
Expertise in Moral Reasoning? Order Effects on Moral Judgment in Professional Philosophers and Non‐Philosophers
E Schwitzgebel, F Cushman58
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The Philosophical QuarterlyIs Perception a Propositional Attitude?T Crane58
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ErkenntnisMISSing the World. Models as Isolations and Credible Surrogate SystemsU Mäki57
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Metaphilosophy
THE CONCEPT OF HUMAN DIGNITY AND THE REALISTIC UTOPIA OF HUMAN RIGHTS
J HABERMAS57
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Mind & LanguageIs Belief in Free Will a Cultural Universal?
H Sarkissian, A Chatterjee, F De Brigard, J Knobe, S Nichols, S Sirker
57
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Ethics
The Justification of Human Rights and the Basic Right to Justification: A Reflexive Approach
R Forst56
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NoûsPropositions and Attitude Ascriptions: A Fregean AccountDJ Chalmers56
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The Philosophical QuarterlyPERCEPTION AND THE REACH OF PHENOMENAL CONTENTT Bayne56
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive SciencesMinds: extended or scaffolded?K Sterelny55
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchOn the Relationship between Propositional and Doxastic JustificationJ Turri55
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchHigher‐Order EvidenceD Christensen55
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Synthese
Integrating psychology and neuroscience: functional analyses as mechanism sketches
G Piccinini, C Craver55
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Philosophical StudiesModest sociality and the distinctiveness of intentionME Bratman54
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Philosophical StudiesShared intention and personal intentionsM Gilbert54
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchThe Myth of Factive VerbsA Hazlett54
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Review of Philosophy and PsychologySurvey-Driven RomanticismS Cullen54
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SyntheseRelative truth, speaker commitment, and control of implicit argumentsP Lasersohn54
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SyntheseA tale of two methodsE Winsberg54
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Journal of PhilosophyCAUSATION, NORM VIOLATION, AND CULPABLE CONTROLMD ALICKE, D ROSE, D BLOOM53
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Journal of Philosophical LogicWhat is Classical Mereology?P Hovda52
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Mind & LanguageExperimental Philosophy and the Theory of ReferenceMax Deutsch52
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NoûsCognitive Penetrability and Perceptual Justification*S Siegel52
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences
Body-extension versus body-incorporation: Is there a need for a body-model?
H De Preester, M Tsakiris52
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Philosophical StudiesTwo conceptions of subjective experienceJ Sytsma, E Machery52
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Philosophical StudiesOughts and endsS Finlay52
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Synthese
Does matter really matter? Computer simulations, experiments, and materiality
WS Parker52
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Journal of Philosophical LogicTolerant, Classical, Strict
P Cobreros, P Egré, D Ripley, R van Rooij
51
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MindA New Resolution of the Judy Benjamin ProblemI Douven, JW Romeijn51
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Mind & LanguageThe Meaning of ‘Most’: Semantics, Numerosity and PsychologyP Pietroski, J Lidz, T Hunter, J Halberda51
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchExperimental SemanticsM Devitt51
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Philosophy CompassProbability OperatorsS Yalcin51
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SyntheseThe interactivist modelMH Bickhard51
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The Philosophical QuarterlyTHE LEAST DISCERNING AND MOST PROMISCUOUS TRUTHMAKERJ Schaffer51
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NoûsEvolutionary Debunking ArgumentsG Kahane50
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Phenomenology and the Cognitive SciencesHuman nature and cognitive–developmental niche constructionK Stotz50
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Philosophical ReviewVerbal DisputesDJ Chalmers50
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Philosophical StudiesA better best system account of lawhoodJ Cohen, C Callender50
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Studies in Philosophy and EducationAuthenticity and Constructivism in EducationLJ Splitter50
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Philosophical StudiesMeans-end coherence, stringency, and subjective reasonsM Schroeder49
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SyntheseA logical formulation of the OCC theory of emotionsC Adam, A Herzig, D Longin49
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Journal of Philosophical LogicInquisitive LogicI Ciardelli, F Roelofsen48
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NoûsAttention and Mental PaintN Block48
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Philosophical StudiesDissecting explanatory powerP Ylikoski, J Kuorikoski48
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Journal of PhilosophyEXTENDED COGNITION AND FUNCTIONALISMM SPREVAK47
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Mind & LanguageMirroring, Simulating and MindreadingA Goldman47
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Review of Philosophy and Psychology
Practical Interests, Relevant Alternatives, and Knowledge Attributions: an Empirical Study
J May, W Sinnott-Armstrong, JG Hull, A Zimmerman
47
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AnalysisAgainst semantic multi-culturalismG Martí46
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ErkenntnisLearning from Minimal Economic ModelsT Grüne-Yanoff46
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchFallibilism, Epistemic Possibility, and Concessive Knowledge AttributionsT Dougherty, P Rysiew46
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The Philosophical QuarterlyWhat are the Contents of Experiences?A Pautz46
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EthicsMoral Testimony and Moral EpistemologyA Hills45
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Philosophical StudiesModels and fictions in scienceP Godfrey-Smith45
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Philosophical StudiesDisagreements about tasteT Sundell45
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Philosophy and Phenomenological ResearchIntrospection: Divided and Partly EliminatedP Carruthers45
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SyntheseKeep 'hoping' for rationality: a solution to the backward induction paradoxA Baltag, S Smets, JA Zvesper45
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SyntheseThe philosophical novelty of computer simulation methodsP Humphreys45
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Erkenntnis
If No Capacities Then No Credible Worlds. But Can Models Reveal Capacities?
N Cartwright44
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Journal of Consciousness StudiesTwo Problems of IntersubjectivityS Gallagher44
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MindIdentity and IndiscernibilityK Hawley44
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Mind & LanguageEmbodied Cognition and MindreadingS Spaulding44
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Mind & LanguageLanguage as a Tool for Interacting Minds
K Tylén, E Weed, M Wallentin, A Roepstorff, CD Frith
44
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Mind & Language
Natural Compatibilism versus Natural Incompatibilism: Back to the Drawing Board
A Feltz, ET Cokely, T Nadelhoffer44
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SyntheseModels and the locus of their truthU Mäki44
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MetaphilosophyPHILOSOPHICAL EXPERTISE AND THE BURDEN OF PROOFT WILLIAMSON43
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NoûsThe Ordinary Concept of ValuingJ Knobe, E Preston-Roedder43
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SyntheseColor, context and compositionalityC Kennedy, L McNally43
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