Bibliography

Barry Stroud: Publications

  1. “Wittgenstein and Logical Necessity”, Philosophical Review 1965 pp. 504-518

    Reprinted in:

    G. Pitcher (ed.), Wittgenstein: The Philosophical Investigations, New York 1966

    E. Klemke (ed.), Essays on Wittgenstein, Chicago 1971

    S. Shanker (ed.), Ludwig Wittgenstein: Critical Assessments, London 1986

    J. Canfield (ed.), The Philosophy of Wittgenstein: Logical Necessity and Rules, New York 1987

    P. Moser (ed.), A Priori Knowledge, Oxford 1987

    M. Andronico, D. Marconi, C. Penco (ed.), Capire Wittgenstein, Genova 1988 (in Italian)

    B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  2. Review of H. S. Sørensen, The Meaning of Proper Names, Foundations of Language 1968 pp. 443-445

  3. “Transcendental Arguments”, The Journal of Philosophy 1968 pp. 241-256

    Reprinted in:

    T. Penelhum & J. MacIntosh (ed.), The First Critique, Belmont, California 1969

    R. Walker (ed.), Kant on Pure Reason, Oxford 1982

    Cahiers de philosophie de l'universite de Caen 1998 (in French)

    Cabrera (ed.), Argumentos Trascendentales, Mexico 1999>

    H. Klemme & M. Kuehn (ed.), Immanuel Kant: Volume I: Theoretical Philosophy, Aldershot 1999

    B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    Organon 2006 (in Slovak)

    A. Garcia Rodriguez (ed.), Argumentos Transcendentales, Madrid 2007 (in Spanish)

    Sententiae 2015 (in Ukranian)

  4. “Conventionalism and the Indeterminacy of Translation”, Synthèse 1968 pp. 82-96

    Reprinted in:

    D. Davidson & J. Hintikka (ed.), Words and Objections: Essays on the Philosophy of W. V. Quine, Dordrecht, Netherlands 1969

    B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  5. Review of G. E. Moore, Lectures on Philosophy, Philosophical Review 1969 pp. 420-423

  6. Review of A. Naess, Scepticism, Philosophical Review 1971 pp. 253-256

  7. Review of David Pears, Ludwig Wittgenstein, The Journal of Philosophy 1972 pp. 16-26

  8. Review of Anthony Kenny, Wittgenstein, Philosophical Review 1975 pp. 576-580

  9. Review of J. F. M. Hunter, Essays After Wittgenstein, The Journal of Philosophy 1976 pp. 277-281

  10. Review of Peter Unger, Ignorance: A Case for Scepticism, The Journal of Philosophy 1977 pp. 246-257

    Reprinted (as “Taking Scepticism Seriously”) in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  11. “Transcendental Arguments and ‘Epistemological Naturalism’”, Philosophical Studies 1977 pp. 105-115

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  12. Hume, Routledge & Kegan Paul, Ltd., London, 1977 pp. 1-280

    Paperback 1981

    Spanish translation: (tr. A. Zirión), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico 1986 (Second revised edition 1996)

    Chinese translation: (tr. Z. Xiaoliang & L. Jianrong), Shangdong People Publishing House, Beijing 1992

    Chapter VII reprinted: “Action, Reason and Passion” in T. Honderich (ed.), Philosophy And Its Past, London 1983

  13. “Hume and the Idea of Causal Necessity”, Philosophical Studies 1978 pp. 39-59

    Reprinted in: S. Tweyman (ed.), Hume: Critical Assessments, London, 1995

  14. “Inference, Belief, and Understanding”, Mind 1979 pp. 179-196

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  15. “The Significance of Scepticism”, in P. Bieri, R. P. Horstmann, L. Krüger (ed.), Transcendental Arguments and Science, Dordrecht, Netherlands 1979 pp. 277-97

    Reprinted in: M. Goodman & R. Snyder (ed.), Contemporary Readings in Epistemology, New York 1992

  16. Review of V. H. Klenk, Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics, International Studies in Philosophy 1979 pp. 235-236

  17. “Berkeley v. Locke on Primary Qualities”, Philosophy 1980 pp. 149-166

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  18. Review of G. Hallett, Companion to Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations, Metaphilosophy 1980 pp.

  19. “Reasonable Claims: Cavell and the Tradition”, The Journal of Philosophy 1980 pp. 731-744

    Reprinted (in augmented form) in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  20. “Evolution and the Necessities of Thought”, in L. W. Sumner, J. Slater, F. Wilson (ed.), Pragmatism and Purpose: Essays Presented to T. A. Goudge, Toronto 1981 pp. 236-247

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  21. “The Significance of Naturalized Epistemology”, Midwest Studies in Philosophy vol. VI 1981 pp. 455-471

    Reprinted in:

    H. Kornblith (ed.), Naturalizing Epistemology, Cambridge, Mass. 1985

    Primer Simposio Internacional de Filosofía vol. I, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1985 (in Spanish)

    M. Williams (ed.), Scepticism, Aldershot, Hampshire 1993

  22. Review of D. F. Norton, N. Capaldi, W. R. Robinson (ed.), McGill Hume Studies, Hermathena: A Dublin University Review 1981 pp. 133-134

  23. “Aiming at the Truth”: Review of S. H. Holtzman & C. M. Leich (ed.), Wittgenstein: To Follow a Rule, The Times Literary Supplement 8 January 1982 p. 37

  24. Review of G. P. Baker & P. M. S. Hacker, Wittgenstein: Understanding and Meaning, Philosophical Review 1983 pp. 282-284

  25. “Kant and Skepticism”, in M. F. Burnyeat (ed.), The Skeptical Tradition, Berkeley 1983 pp. 413-434

  26. “Wittgenstein’s ‘Treatment’ of the Quest for ‘A Language Which Describes My Inner Experiences and Which Only I Myself Can Understand’”, in P. Weingartner & H. Czermak(ed.), Epistemology and Philosophy of Science: Proceedings of the Seventh International Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg 1982, Vienna 1983 pp. 438-445

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  27. “Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mind”, in G. Fløistad (ed.), Contemporary Philosophy: A New Survey, vol. VI, The Philosophy of Mind, Hague, Netherlands 1983 pp. 319-341

    Reprinted in: J. Canfield (ed.), The Philosophy of Wittgenstein: The Private Language Argument, New York 1987

  28. Review of I. Block (ed.), Perspectives on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein, Philosophical Review 1984 pp. 140-143

  29. “Die Transzendentalphilosophie und das Probleme der Aussenwelt”, in E. Schaper & W. Vossenkuhl (ed.), Bedingungen der Möglichkeit: ‘Transcendental Arguments’ und Transzendentales Denken, Stuttgart 1984 pp. 204-229

  30. The Significance of Philosophical Scepticism, Oxford University Press, Oxford 1984 pp. 1-277

    Spanish translation: El Escepticismo Filosófico y Su Significación, (tr. L. Garcia Urriza), Fondo de Cultura Econímica, Mexico 1991

    Japanese translation: (by Hitoshi Nagai, Hirokazu Iwasawa, Akiyoshi Kabeya, Shogo Shimizu, Yohsuke Tsuchiya) Shunjusha, Japan 2006

    Chapter I reprinted in:

    T. Grundmann & K. Stüber (ed.), Philosophie der Skepsis, Paderborn, Munich, Vienna 1996 (in German)

    E. Sosa & J. Kim (ed.), Epistemology: An Anthology, Oxford 2000

    Chapter II excerpts reprinted in: J. Adler & C. Elgin, Philosophical Inquiry, Cambridge, Mass. 2007

  31. “The Allure of Idealism”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society: Supplementary Volume LVIII 1984 pp. 243-258

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  32. “Skepticism and the Possibility of Knowledge”, The Journal of Philosophy 1984 pp. 545-551

    Reprinted in:

    M. Williams (ed.), Scepticism, Aldershot, Hampshire 1993

    L. Alcoff (ed.), Epistemology: The Big Questions, Oxford, 1998

    B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    K. Wray (ed.), Knowledge and Inquiry, Peterborough, Canada, 2002

    Revista Sképsis 2012 (in Portuguese)

  33. “Metaphysical Mediations”: Review of P. F. Strawson, Skepticism and Naturalism: Some Varieties, The Times Literary Supplement 14 June 1985 p. 664

  34. “An End to Anxiety”: Review of four books on Wittgenstein, The London Review of Books 18 July 1985 pp. 14-15

  35. “In the Current of Nature”: Review of R. Fogelin, Hume’s Skepticism in the Treatise of Human Nature, The Times Literary Supplement 30 August 1985 p. 942

  36. “Analytic Philosophy and Metaphysics”, in L. Nagl & R. Heinrich (ed.), Wiener Reihe: Themen der Philosophie Band I, Wo Steht die Analytische Philosophie Heute?, Vienna 1986 pp. 58-74

    Reprinted in: A. Griaznov (ed.), Anthology of Analytic Philosophy, Moscow 1993 (in Russian)

  37. “Choices in an Unreal World”: Review of J. L. Mackie, Selected Papers, 2 vols., The Times Literary Supplement 18 April 1986 p. 424

  38. “The Physical World”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 1987 pp. 263-277

  39. “The Thought of Subjectivism”, in Congreso Internacional Extraordinario de Filosofía, Córdoba, Argentina, 1988, pp. 853-857

  40. “The Study of Human Nature and the Subjectivity of Value”, in G. Peterson (ed.), The Tanner Lectures on Human Values vol. X, Salt Lake City 1989 pp. 213-259

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford, 2011

  41. “True Enough”: Review of R. C. S. Walker, The Coherence Theory of Truth, The Times Literary Supplement 7-13 July 1989 p. 741

  42. “Understanding Human Knowledge in General”, in M. Clay & K. Lehrer (ed.), Knowledge and Skepticism, Boulder 1989 pp. 31-50

    Reprinted in:

    T. Grundmann & K. Stüber (ed.), Philosophie der Skepsis, Paderborn, Munich, Vienna 1996 (in German)

    J. Crumley (ed.), Readings in Epistemology, Mountain View, California, 1999

    B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    F. Dretske & S. Bernecker (ed.), Readings in Contemporary Epistemology, Oxford 2000

    H. Kornblith (ed.), Epistemology: Internalism and Externalism, Oxford 2001

    J. Dutant & P. Engel (ed.), Philosophie de la Connaissance, Paris 2005 (in French)

    R. Neta (ed.), Epistemology: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, London 2011

  43. “Quine’s Physicalism”, in R. Barrett & R. Gibson (ed.), Perspectives on Quine, Oxford 1990 pp. 321-333

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  44. “Meaning, Understanding, and Translation”, The Canadian Journal of Philosophy Supplementary Volume 16 1990 pp. 343-361

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  45. “Wittgenstein on Meaning, Understanding, and Community”, in R. Haller & J. Brandl (ed.), Wittgenstein - Eine Neuberwertung: Wittgenstein - Towards a Re-evaluation, Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Wittgenstein Symposium, Vienna 1990 pp. 27-36

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  46. “The Background of Thought”, in E. LePore & R. van Gulick (ed.), John Searle and His Critics, Oxford 1991 pp. 245-258

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  47. “Hume’s Scepticism: Natural Instincts and Philosophical Reflection”, Philosophical Topics 1991, pp. 271-291

    Reprinted in:

    R. H. Popkin (ed.), Scepticism in the History of Philosophy, Dordrecht, Netherlands 1996

    M. Atherton (ed.), The Empiricists: Locke, Berkeley and Hume, Critical Essays, New York 1998

    D. Owen (ed.), Hume: General Philosophy, Aldershot, Hampshire 2000

    Revista Sképsis 2008 (in Portuguese)

    B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  48. “The Limits of Thought”: Review of Michael Dummett, The Logical Basis of Metaphysics, The Times Literary Supplement 1 November 1991 p. 11-12

  49. “Ayer’s Hume”, in L. Hahn (ed.), The Philosophy of A. J. Ayer, (Library of Living Philosophers), Chicago 1992 pp. 609-631

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  50. Review of W. V. Quine and Rudolf Carnap, Dear Carnap, Dear Van: The Quine-Carnap Correspondence and Related Work, The Journal of Philosophy 1992 pp. 383-386

  51. “Review Essay: W. V. Quine, Pursuit of Truth”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1992 pp. 981-987

  52. Review of T. Baldwin, G. E. Moore, Philosophical Review 1992 pp. 875-877

  53. “Association”, J. Dancy & E. Sosa (ed.), A Companion to Epistemology, Oxford 1992 p. 32

  54. “Hume”, Ibid. pp. 182-185

  55. “Logical Positivism”, Ibid. pp. 262-265

  56. “Primary and Secondary Qualities”, Ibid. pp. 362-365

  57. “Verificationism”, Ibid. p. 518

  58. “‘Gilding or Staining’ the World With ‘Sentiments’ and ‘Phantasms’”, Hume Studies 1993 pp. 253-272

    Reprinted in:

    R. Read & K. Richman (ed.), The New Hume Debate, London, 2000

    R. Cohon (ed.), Hume: Moral and Political Philosophy, Aldershot, Hampshire 2001

    B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  59. “Quite Beyond Us”: Review of Colin McGinn, Problems in Philosophy, The Times Literary Supplement 25 February 1994 p. 8

  60. “Scepticism, ‘Externalism’, and the Goal of Epistemology”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society: Supplementary Volume LXVIII, 1994 pp. 291-307

    Reprinted in:

    P. K. Moser (ed.), Empirical Knowledge: Readings in Contemporary Epistemology, Second Edition, Lanham, Maryland 1996

    E. Sosa (ed.), Knowledge and Justification, Vol. II, Aldershot, Hampshire 1998

    K. DeRose & T. Warfield (ed.), Skepticism: A Contemporary Reader, New York 1999

    B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    P. K. Moser & A. vander Nat (ed.), Human Knowledge: Classical and Contemporary Approaches, Third Edition, New York 2003

  61. “Kantian Argument, Conceptual Capacities, and Invulnerability”, in P. Parrini (ed.), Kant and Contemporary Epistemology, Dordrecht, Netherlands 1994 pp. 231-251

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  62. “Quine on Exile and Acquiescence”, in P. Leonardi & M. Santambrogio (ed.), On Quine, Cambridge 1995 pp. 37-52

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  63. Review of Robert J. Fogelin, Pyrrhonian Reflections on Knowledge and Justification, The Journal of Philosophy 1995 pp. 662-665

  64. “Epistemological Reflection on Knowledge of the External World”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1996 pp. 345-358

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  65. (with Geoffrey Warnock) “Grice, (Herbert) Paul”, The Dictionary of National Biography: 1986-1990, Oxford 1996 pp. 171-172

  66. “Mind, Meaning, and Practice”, in H. Sluga & D. Stern (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Wittgenstein, Cambridge 1996 pp. 296-319

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  67. “The Charm of Naturalism”, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, November 1996 pp. 43-55

    Reprinted in:

    M. DeCaro & D. Macarthur (ed.), Naturalism in Question, Cambridge, Mass. 2004 pp. 21-35

    B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

    R. T. Hull (ed.), Presidential Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 1991-2000, vol. 10 2013

  68. “Unpurged Pyrrhonism”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1997 pp. 411-416

  69. “In Conversation: Donald Davidson: The Stroud Discussion”, Philosophy International, London, 1997 (Video 74 min.)

  70. “Thinking Straight”: Review of Thomas Nagel, The Last Word, The Times Literary Supplement 5 December 1997, pp. 3-4

  71. “The Theory of Meaning and the Practice of Communication”, Crítica 1998 pp. 3-28

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  72. “The Idea of a ‘Scientific Lebenswelt’”, in W. Carl & L. Daston (ed.), Wahrheit und Geschichte, Göttingen 1999 pp. 142-156

  73. “The Goal of Transcendental Arguments”, in R. Stern (ed.), Transcendental Arguments: Problems and Prospects, Oxford 1999 pp. 155-172

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  74. “Practical Reasoning”, in E. Ullmann-Margalit (ed.), Reasoning Practically, New York 1999 pp. 27-38

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  75. “Radical Interpretation and Philosophical Scepticism”, in L. Hahn (ed.), The Philosophy of Donald Davidson, (Library of Living Philosophers), La Salle, Ill., 1999 pp. 139-161

    Reprinted in:

    B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    Silva Filho, W. & Junquiera Smith, P. (ed.), Davidson e a Filosofia, Sao Paulo 2005 (in Portuguese)

  76. The Quest for Reality: Subjectivism and the Metaphysics of Colour, Oxford University Press, New York 1999 pp. 1-228

    Spanish translation: La Búsqueda de la Realidad: El Subjectivismo y la Metafísica del Color (tr. Jordi Valor Abad) Editorial Síntesis, Madrid 2003

    Chapter 6 reprinted in: M. Ezcurdia & O. Hansberg (ed.), La Naturaleza de la Experiencia vol. 2 Perception, Mexico 2006 (in Spanish)

  77. Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2000 pp. 1-234

  78. Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2000 pp. 1-243

  79. “Doubts About the Legacy of Scepticism”, in B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

  80. “The Synthetic A Priori in Strawson’s Kantianism”, in B. Stroud, Understanding Human Knowledge: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    Reprinted in: H. J. Glock (ed.), Strawson and Kant, Oxford 2003

  81. “Private Objects, Physical Objects, and Ostension”, in B. Stroud, Meaning, Understanding, and Practice: Philosophical Essays, Oxford 2000

    Reprinted in: D. Charles & W. Child (ed.), Wittgensteinian Themes: Essays in Honour of David Pears, Oxford 2001 pp. 143-162

  82. “What is Philosophy?”, in C. P. Ragland & S. Heidt (ed.), What Is Philosophy?, New Haven 2001 pp. 25-46

  83. “Summary of The Quest for Reality”, Philosophical Books 2001 pp. 239-240

  84. “Mind, Physicalism, and Metaphysics: Replies to Responses”, Philosophical Books 2001 pp. 267-273

  85. “The ‘Unity of Cognition’ and the Explanation of Mathematical Knowledge”, Philosophical Topics 2001 pp. 415-428

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  86. “Vienna … Berkeley, Vienna, Berkeley, … Vienna”, in G. Diem-Wille, L. Nagl, F. Stadler (ed.), Weltanschauungen des Wiener Fin de Siècle 1900/2000: Festgabe für Kurt Rudolf Fischer, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Vienna 2002 pp. 207-213

  87. “Explaining the Quest and its Prospects: Reply to Boghossian and Byrne”, Philosophical Studies 2002 pp. 239-247

  88. “Sense-Experience and the Grounding of Thought”, in N. Smith (ed.), Reading McDowell: on “Mind and World”, London 2002 pp. 79-91

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  89. Review of Mark Sacks, Objectivity and Insight, Mind 2003 pp. 379-382

  90. “Anti-Individualism and Scepticism”, in M. Hahn & B. Ramberg (ed.), Reflections and Replies: Essays on the Philosophy of Tyler Burge, Cambridge, Mass. 2003 pp. 15-27

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  91. “Bernard Williams”, Cal Monthly, Berkeley, November 2003 p. 50

  92. “Ostension and the Social Character of Thought”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2003 pp. 667-674

  93. Review of J. Haldane & S. Read (ed.), The Philosophy of Thomas Reid: A Collection of Essays, The Journal of Scottish Philosophy 2004 pp. 88-91

  94. “Précis of The Quest for Reality”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2004 pp.386-388

  95. Book Symposium: Responses to Adrian Moore, John McDowell, Robert Fogelin, Bill Brewer, Justin Broackes, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2004 pp. 425-444

  96. “Contemporary Pyrrhonism”, in W. Sinnott-Armstrong (ed.), Pyrrhonian Skepticism, New York 2004 pp. 174-187

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  97. “Una investigación sobre el entendimiento humano”, Afterword to D. Hume, Una investigación sobre el entendimiento humano (Spanish translation with parallel English text of D. Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding (ed. V. Sanfélix & C. Ors), Madrid 2004 pp. 383-399

  98. “Unmasking and Dispositionalism: Reply to Mark Johnston”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2004 pp. 202-212

  99. “Perceptual Knowledge and Epistemological Satisfaction”, in J. Greco (ed.), Sosa and his Critics, Oxford 2004 pp. 165-173

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  100. “The Epistemological Promise of Externalism”, in R. Schantz (ed.), The Externalist Challenge: New Studies on Cognition and Intentionality, Berlin & New York 2005 pp. 181-191

  101. “The Constraints of Hume’s Naturalism”, Synthèse 2006 pp. 339-351

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  102. “Dispositional Theories of the Colours of Things”, Erkenntnis 2007 pp. 271-285

    Reprinted in: R. Schumacher (ed.), Perspectives on Colour Perception, Berlin 2007

  103. “The ‘Magic’ of Reference”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2007 pp. 747-752

  104. “Insatisfacciones Metafísicas: Modalidad y valor”, in D. Pérez Chico & M. Barroso Ramos (eds.), Pluralidad de la Filosofía Analítica, Madrid & Mexico 2007 pp. 73-93

  105. “Our Debt to Descartes”, in J. Broughton & J. Carriero (ed.), A Companion to Descartes, Oxford 2008 pp. 513-525

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  106. “Scepticism”: Interview with N. Warburton (2008): philosophybites.com (12 min.)

  107. Editor, with “Introduction”, Allan Gibbard, Reconciling Our Aims: In Search of a Basis for Ethics, Berkeley Tanner Lectures, New York 2008 pp. 3-8

  108. “The Possibility of Knowledge”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2008 pp. 518-524

  109. “The Pursuit of Philosophy”, The Dewey Lecture, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 2008 pp. 117-129

  110. “The Stuff of Anxiety”: Review of J. J. Valberg, Dream, Death, and the Self, The Times Literary Supplement 20 March 2009 p. 22

  111. Review of Penelope Maddy, Second Philosophy, Mind 2009 pp. 500-503

  112. “Scepticism and the Senses”, European Journal of Philosophy 2009 pp. 559-570

  113. “Explaining Perceptual Knowledge: Reply to Quassim Cassam”, European Journal of Philosophy 2009 pp. 590-596

  114. “The Transparency of ‘Naturalism’”, The Romanell Lecture, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 2009 pp. 157-169

    Reprinted in: B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011

  115. “Epistemology, The History of Epistemology, Historical Epistemology”, in T. Sturm & U. Feest (ed.), What (Good) is Historical Epistemology?, Berlin 2009 pp. 177-183

    Reprinted in: Erkenntnis, vol. 75, no. 3 2011 pp. 495-503

  116. “Self-Profile”, in J. Dancy, E. Sosa, M. Steup (ed.), A Companion to Epistemology, Second edition, Oxford 2010 pp. 190-194

  117. “Scepticism”, in D. Edmonds & N. Warburton, Philosophy Bites, Oxford 2010 pp. 117-125

  118. Review of Elizabeth S. Radcliffe (ed.), A Companion to Hume, Hume Studies 2010 pp. 243-245

  119. “Benson Mates”, In Memoriam, University of California 2010

  120. Engagement and Metaphysical Dissatisfaction: Modality and Value, Oxford University Press, New York 2011 pp. 1-163

  121. “Seeing What is So”, in J. Roessler, N. Eilan, H. Lerman (ed.), Perception, Causation, and Objectivity: Issues in Philosophy and Psychology, Oxford 2011 pp. 92-102

  122. Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2011 pp. 1-338

  123. “Colours and Powers”, in B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011 pp. 49-64

  124. Hume’s Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, in B. Stroud, Philosophers Past and Present: Selected Essays, Oxford 2011 pp. 103-116

  125. “Hume at 300”, The Philosopher’s Magazine 3rd Quarter 2011 pp. 61-62

  126. “Feelings and the Ascription of Feelings”, Teorema, January 2011 pp. 25-33

  127. “Meaning and Understanding”, in O. Kuusela & M. McGinn (ed.), The Oxford Handbook to Wittgenstein, Oxford 2011 pp. 294-310

    Reprinted in: J. Ellis & D. Guevara (ed.), Wittgenstein and the Philosophy of Mind, Oxford 2012 pp. 19-36

  128. “Donald Davidson”, in M. Baghramian (ed.), Donald Davidson: Life and Words, London 2012 pp. 62-64

  129. “Hidden Textures”: Review of John Heil, The Universe As We Find It, Times Literary Supplement 21 & 28 December 2012 p. 39

  130. “Doing Something Intentionally and Knowing That You Are Doing It”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy March 2013 pp. 1-12

  131. “Judgement, Self-Consciousness, Idealism”, in D. Emundts (ed.), Self, World, and Art: Metaphysical Topics in Kant and Hegel, Berlin 2013 pp. 37-46

  132. Review of G. Strawson, The Evident Connexion: Hume on Personal Identity, The European Journal of Philosophy March 2013 pp.

  133. “Riconoscere Le Valutazioni”, in G. Marchetti (ed.), La contingenza dei fatti e l'oggettività dei valori, Milano - Udine 2013 pp. 197-212

  134. “Concepts of Colour and Limits of Understanding”, in F. Gierlinger & S. Riegelnik (ed.), Wittgenstein on Color, Berlin 2014 pp. 105-113

  135. “Thompson Clarke”, In Memoriam, University of California 2014

  136. “Scepticism While Tracking the Truth”, Teorema September 2014 pp. 171-179

  137. “Sendas del Significado y del Conocimiento de las Realidades Morales”, in G. Ortiz Millán y J. Cruz Parcero (ed.), Lenguaje, Mente y Moralidad: Ensayos en homenaje a Mark Platts, (Translation of “Ways of Meaning and Knowing Moral Realities”), Mexico 2015 pp. 17-34

  138. “Naturalism and Scepticism in the Philosophy of Hume”, in P. Russell (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of David Hume, Oxford 2015 pp. 21-31

    Reprinted (slightly abridged) in:

    Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, (Moscow) No. 1, 2012 pp. 36-51 (in Russian)

    I.Kasavin (ed.), David Hume and Contemporary Philosophy, Cambridge 2012 pp. 10-22

  139. “Perceptual Knowledge and the Primacy of Judgment”, Journal of the American Philosophical Association 2015 pp. 385-395

  140. Preface to Gilbert Ryle, Dilemmas, new edition, Cambridge 2015

  141. “L'autocomprensió i l'expectativa d'assolir l'objectivitat”, Quaderns de Filosofia, vol. II, núm 2 2015 pp. 95-135 [Three Blasco Lectures: “Self-Understanding and the Prospect of Objectivity”, delivered at the University of Valencia 2014]

  142. “In the Light Of”, Review of John Hyman, Action, Knowledge, and Will, The Times Literary Supplement, 13 November 2015 p. 32

  143. Review of Don Garrett, Hume, The Philosophical Review, October 2016 pp. 597-601

  144. “Replies to Sceptical Essays”, Revista Sképsis No. 14 2016 pp. 218-233

  145. “Kant’s "Transcendental Deduction”“, in J. O'Shea (ed.), Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason: A Critical Guide, Cambridge 2017 pp. 106-119

  146. "Davidson and Wittgenstein on Meaning and Understanding”, in C. Verheggen (ed.), Wittgenstein and Davidson on Thought, Language, and Action, Cambridge 2017 pp. 123-138

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