By Christian Kietzmann
November 18, 2022
This is the first collection of essays devoted to the thought of Anselm W. Müller. It brings to the attention of the English-speaking world an influential and highly regarded philosopher who has made important contributions to a wide range of philosophical debates. The volume begins with a ...
By Christoph C. Pfisterer, Nicole Rathgeb, Eva Schmidt
October 28, 2022
This volume celebrates the work of Hans-Johann Glock, a philosopher renowned for both his exegesis of Wittgenstein and his many contributions to debates in contemporary philosophy. It brings together sixteen new essays by up-and-coming and distinguished philosophers engaging with Glock’s work, and ...
By Luis R.G. Oliveira, Kevin J. Corcoran
December 29, 2020
This book celebrates the research career of Lynne Rudder Baker by presenting sixteen new and critical essays from admiring students, colleagues, interlocutors, and friends. Baker was a trenchant critic of physicalist conceptions of the universe. She was a staunch defender of a kind of practical ...
By Arthur Sullivan
October 07, 2019
Brian Loar (1939-2014) was an eminent and highly respected philosopher of mind and language. He was at the forefront of several different field-defining debates between the 1970s and the 2000s—from his earliest work on reducing semantics to psychology, through debates about reference, functionalism...
By Gustavo Ortiz-Millán, Juan Antonio Cruz Parcero
February 12, 2018
Mark Platts is responsible for the first systematic presentation of truth-conditional semantics and for turning a generation of philosophers on to the Davidsonian program. He is also a pioneer in discussions of moral realism, and has made important contributions to bioethics, the philosophy of ...