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The Conflict of Evidence and Coherence
Knowledge of Our Own Beliefs Thanks to audiences at Carnegie Mellon University, the Rutgers Epistemology Conference, the Berkeley‐London Graduate Philosophy Conference, the London School of Economics, and King's College London for helpful criticism and discussion. Thanks in
particular to Teddy Seidenfeld, Glen Shafer, Philip Dawid, Nick Shea, and Matt Parrott.
Self‐Knowledge and Rational Agency: A Defense of Empiricism
Looks and Perceptual Justification
What is Good Reasoning?
McHugh, Conor; Way, Jonathan
Putting Pluralism in its PlaceThis paper was first presented at a session on pluralism at the 1st Veritas Philosophy Conference at Yonsei University in Seoul, June 2014. My thanks go to Tim Fuller and Nikolaj Pedersen for the invitation to and organization of the conference, and to
all those who attended and offered their feedback. Thanks go also to Derek Baker, Sam Baron, Jeremy Wyatt, and an anonymous referee for their comments on earlier drafts of this paper. Special thanks go to Dorit Bar‐On and Keith Simmons, and the members of their seminar on truth at the
University of Connecticut in the spring of 2015. The work described in this paper was substantially supported by a grant from the Research Grants Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China (HKU 23400014).
Ressentiment, Imaginary Revenge, and the Slave Revolt
Précis of Senses of the Subject
The Ineffable and the Ethical
Hard Problems Between Minds and Bodies Thanks, first off, to Judith Butler for a wonderful book. Thanks in addition to Laura Gillespie, Jeff Helmreich, Kate Manne, Michaela McSweeney, Ram Neta, and Amia Srinivasan for helpful comments and discussion.
Melancholy Whiteness (or, Shame‐Faced in Shadows)
Reply from Judith Butler