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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 84, Number 3, 1 May 2012

Reverse Engineering Epistemic Evaluations*
pp. 513-530(18)
Author: DOGRAMACI, SINAN

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The Idea of Freedom and Moral Cognition in
pp. 555-589(35)
Author: TENENBAUM, SERGIO

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Relativized Propositions and the Fregean Orthodoxy
pp. 590-603(14)
Author: EINHEUSER, IRIS

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Forgiveness and Standing
pp. 604-621(18)
Author: ZARAGOZA, KEVIN

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Do Extrinsic Dispositions Need Extrinsic Causal Bases?
pp. 622-638(17)
Author: CONTESSA, GABRIELE

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On the Reduction of Necessity to Essence
pp. 639-653(15)
Author: CORREIA, FABRICE

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Précis of
pp. 675-677(3)
Author: DEROSE, KEITH

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The Attitude of Knowledge
pp. 678-685(8)
Author: NAGEL, JENNIFER

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Contextualism and Subject‐Sensitivity
pp. 693-702(10)
Authors: FANTL, JEREMY; MCGRATH, MATTHEW

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Replies to Nagel, Ludlow, and Fantl and McGrath
pp. 703-721(19)
Author: DEROSE, KEITH

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Recent Publications
pp. 722-725(4)

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