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A Capacity to Get Things Right: Gilbert Ryle on Knowledge
Object‐Dependent Thought Without IllusionI am grateful to Tim Crane, Rory Madden, Susanna Siegel, Mark Textor, José Zalabardo and an anonymous referee for this journal for helpful comments on the material for this paper. Thanks are also due to the CSMN Colloquium audience
at the University of Oslo in February 2014, where an earlier version of this paper was presented.
Kant's Criticism of Common Moral Rational CognitionI am extremely grateful for valuable feedback on earlier versions of this paper to Joe Saunders, Matthias Hoesch and an anonymous EJP referee. Furthermore, I wish to thank Jens Timmermann, Marcia Baron, Ido Geiger, Karl Ameriks and
Joe Saunders for discussions about common moral cognition. Moreover, I wish to thank the philosophy departments of the University St Andrews and the University of Göttingen for supporting my research as a PhD student and lecturer. Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the 2015
Leuven Kant Conference and in Bernd Ludwig's Research Colloquium at the University of Göttingen.
Kierkegaard on Impartiality and Love
Nietzsche, Nature, Nurture
A Comedy We Believe In: A Further Look at Sartre's Theory of Emotions
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