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Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
2018–2021   
Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, filosoofia ja semiootika instituut, Research Professor of Theoretical Philosophy (40,00)
 
 
Haridustee
01.01.1993–01.01.1999   
PhD
 
 
Loometöö


1. Forthcoming 5: co-authored with Michael Huemer, Can We Know Anything?, Tyron Goldschmidt (ed.) Routledge.
2. Forthcoming 4: “The Epistemology of Disagreement”, in Encyclopaedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Gerry Dunne (ed.) Springer.
3. Forthcoming 3: “Pointillist Ontology”, in Tyron Goldschmidt and Sara Bernstein (eds.) Non-Being, OUP.
4. Forthcoming 2: “Epistemically Different Epistemic Peers”, co-authored with Mariangela Zoe Cocchario, in a special issue of TOPOI on “Epistemic dimensions of disagreement: Perspectives from Argumentation Theory and Philosophy” (invited).
5. Forthcoming 1: “Religious Disagreement”, in Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro (eds.) Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, Wiley-Blackwell (invited).
6. 2019a: “The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, in Ted Poston and Kevin McCain (eds.) The Mystery of Skepticism, Brill (invited).
7. 2018d: “Philosophical Expertise”, in James Chase and David Cody (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Applied Epistemology, Routledge (invited), 297-306.
8. 2018c: “The Epistemology of Real-World Religious Disagreement Without Peers”, Philosophia Christi 20 (1), 291-99 (invited).
9. 2018b: “Disagreement”, entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, written with Jonathan Matheson, Edward Zalta, ed.
10. 2018a: “Skepticism and Disagreement”, in Diego Machuca and Baron Reed (eds.), Skepticism: From Antiquity to the Present, Continuum Press (invited).
11. 2017b: “The Ontology of Some Afterimages”, in Manuel Curado and Steven Gouveia (eds.) Philosophy of Mind: Contemporary Perspectives, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 118-144.
12. 2017a: “Extensive Philosophical Progress and Agreement”, Metaphilosophy 48 (1-2), 47-57.
13. 2016e: “Worrisome Skepticism about Philosophy”, Episteme 13, 289-303.
14. 2016d: “Presentism: Foreigner-Friendly or Xenophobic?”, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94, 479-488.
15. 2016c: “Ontology, Composition, Quantification, and Action”, Analysis 76, 137-142.
16. 2016b: “The Dual Concepts Objection to Content Externalism”, American Philosophical Quarterly 53, 123-138 (invited).
17. 2016a: “Rationally Held ‘P, but I Fully Believe ~P and I am Not Equivocating’”, Philosophical Studies 173, 309-313.
18. 2015: “Religious Disagreement”, in Graham Oppy (ed.) Handbook of Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, Acumen Press, 180-192 (invited).
19. 2014: Disagreement, Polity Press.
20. 2013d: Gratuitous Suffering and the Problem of Evil, Routledge Press.
21. 2013c: “Knowledge” (with Allan Hazlett), in Howard Robinson and Barry Dainton (eds.), The Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Philosophy, Bloomsbury Press, 432-52 (invited).
22. 2013b: Review of Robert Audi, Rationality and Religious Commitment, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
23. 2013a: “Philosophical Renegades” in Jennifer Lackey and David Christensen (eds.) The Epistemology of Disagreement: New Essays, Oxford University Press, 121-66 (invited).
24. 2012: “Discovering Disagreeing Epistemic Peers and Superiors” International Journal of Philosophical Studies 20, 1-21.
25. 2011: “Kripke” in Key Thinkers in the Philosophy of Language, Barry Lee, ed., Continuum, 249-67 (invited).
26. 2010b: “Disagreement”, in Duncan Pritchard and Sven Bernecker (eds.) Routledge Companion to Epistemology, 68-74 (invited).
27. 2010a: “The Reflective Epistemic Renegade” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 8, 419-63.
28. 2008b: “Live Skeptical Hypotheses,” John Greco (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Skepticism, 225-245 (invited).
29. 2008a: “Spirituality, Expertise, and Philosophers,” in Jon Kvanvig (ed.) Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, v. 1, Oxford University Press, 44-81.
30. 2007b: “Externalism, Physicalism, Statues, and Hunks,” Philosophical Studies 133, 199-232.
31. 2007a: Review of Cynthia MacDonald's Varieties of Things: Foundations of Contemporary Metaphysics, Philosophical Quarterly 47, 380-382.
32. 2006: “The New Leibniz’s Law Arguments for Pluralism,” Mind 115, 1007-1022.
33. 2005b: “When a Skeptical Hypothesis is Live,” Noûs 39, 559-95.
34. 2005a: Scepticism Comes Alive, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
35. 2002: “A Test for Theories of Belief Ascription,” Analysis 62, 116-25.
36. 2000: “Disquotation and Substitutivity,” Mind 109, 519-25.
37. 1999c: “Defending the Defense,” Mind 108, 563-566.
38. 1999b: “On the Explanatory Deficiencies of Linguistic Content,” Philosophical Studies 93, 45-75.
39. 1999a: “Contradictory Belief and Epistemic Closure Principles,” Mind and Language 14, 203-226.
40. 1998c: “The Twin-Earth Thought Experiments,” in A Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, an official electronic publication of the University of Rome III.
41. 1998b: “Defending Millian Theories,” Mind 107, 703-727. Reprinted in The General Philosophy of John Stuart Mill, Victor Sanchez Valencia, ed., Ashgate Publishers, 2002.
42. 1998a: “Arguing for Frege’s Fundamental Principle,” Mind and Language 13, 341-346.
43. 1996: “Plato’s Response to the Third Man Argument in the Paradoxical Exercise of the Parmenides,” Ancient Philosophy 16, 47-64.

Publications for a General Audience

44. 2019: “Justifying a Large Part of Philosophy”, Think 18 (51), 93-99.
45. 2018: “Why the Vagueness Paradox is Amazing”, Think 17 (50), 27-38.
46. 2018: “Why Afterimages are Metaphysically Mysterious”, Think 17 (49), 33-44.
47. 2018: “The Atheistic Argument from Outrageousness”, Think 17 (48), 107-116.
48. 2016: “The Irrationality of Religious Belief”, Think 15 (42), 15-33.
49. 2015: “The Rationality of Religious Belief”, Think 14 (40), 109-117.

Kvalifikatsioon

Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2018, Bryan Reed Stewart Frances, I was awarded a €512,660 grant to head a three-year research project starting 1 February 2018 on “Expertise and Fundamental Controversy in Philosophy and Science” at the University of Tartu, in Estonia. I had the highest ranking grant application, out of 27 total.
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.1. Filosoofia; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: H120 Süstemaatiline filosoofia, eetika, esteetika, metafüüsika, epistemoloogia, ideolooogia ; TÄPSUSTUS: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion
 
 
Lisainfo

Research Initiative

See first page for current research grant.

My former colleague Andrew McGonigal and I founded and ran a research center, Centre for Metaphysics and Mind, CMM, located at the University of Leeds. For 2003-5 (while I was at Leeds) we hosted a series of workshops and distinguished visiting fellows in metaphysics.

Activity in the Profession

Refereeing/manuscript evaluation for OUP, Mind, Noûs, Philosophical Quarterly, Synthese, European Journal of Philosophy, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy, Dialectica, Erkenntnis, Philosophers Imprint, Journal of Philosophical Research, American Philosophical Quarterly, Inquiry, Philosophy Compass, Sophia, and probably others I have forgotten (I don’t keep track).

Member of American Philosophical Association (APA) since about 1993, off and on. I have presented numerous sole-authored papers at APA conferences. Have also served as chair of meetings. Member of Aristotelian Society 2000-2005.

Editor of Epistemology of Disagreement section on PhilPapers.org

Major Presentations

“Philosophical Expertise and Philosophical Progress”, Bled Epistemology Conference 2019, June 2019.
“The Epistemology of Minority Belief” University of Haifa, April 2019.
“The Epistemology of Theistic Philosophers’ Reactions to the Problem of Evil”, Rutgers Center for Philosophy of Religion, April 2019.
“The Epistemology of Controversy”, Seton Hall University, March 2019.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, talk at a workshop of a DFG-funded project “Disagreement in Philosophy: Semantic and Epistemic Foundations.” (http://dissens.uni-koeln.de/#), University of Bonn (International Centre for Philosophy), 10-12 October 2018.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, University of Helsinki, September 2018.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, Keynote Address at the European Epistemology Network conference 28-30 June 2018 at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, Analytic Summer Camp, University of Tartu, 8 June 2018.
“Unreliable about Truth or Unreliable about Validity”, Lingnan University, 2016.
“Unreliable about Truth or Unreliable about Validity”, Hong Kong University, 2016.
“The Islamic and Cumulative Versions of the ‘Mad, Bad, or God’ Argument”, Eastern Regional Meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers, Messiah College, 2015.
“Religious Disagreement amongst Philosophers”, Invited Speaker at the “Disagreement: Epistemology and Applications” workshop at the University of Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015.
“The Epistemically Troubling Philosophical Survey”, Invited Speaker at the “Philosophy in the Face of Peer Disagreement” session at the 9th International Conference of the German Society for Analytic Philosophy, Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015.
“Worrisome Skepticism about Philosophy”, Keynote Address at a conference on skepticism organized by the Dutch-Flemish Society for Analytic Philosophy, Erasmus University, 2015.
“Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously Even Without Evidence”, Keynote Address, Seton Hall University, 2015.
“Religious Disagreement”, Keynote Address at Tennessee Philosophical Association, 2014.
Comments on Linda Zagzebski, College of William and Mary conference on “The Authority of Tradition”, 2014.
“Philosophical Renegades”, University of Minnesota, 2013.
“Philosophical Progress”, Knowledge and Disagreement Conference, New University of Lisbon, 2012.
“The Relation of Existence to Time”, Eastern Division Group APA meeting, 2009.
“The Inevitability of Sharp Cutoffs”, Russell III Conference, California 2007.
“Who Am I to Disagree with David Lewis?”, Bled Conference on Epistemology, Slovenia 2007.
“Existence, Time, and Relations”, CMM workshop on Existence and Time, 2005.
“Quantification, Ontology, and Time”, Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, on Time and Identity, 2005.
“Why You Are So Ignorant”, Eastern Division APA colloquium, 2004.
“Presentist Ontology with Eternalist Relations”, University of St. Andrews, 2004.
“Presentist Ontology with Eternalist Relations”, University of Glasgow, 2004.
“Why You Are So Ignorant”, Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, on Skepticism and Knowledge, 2004.
“Universal Skepticism”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 2004.
“When a Skeptical Hypothesis Becomes Live”, University of Liverpool, 2002.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Nottingham, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Birmingham, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of York, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Durham, 2001.
“Substitutivity, Rationality, and Assent”, Oxford University, 2000 (with Tom Stoneham).
“Content, Causation, and Physicalism”, Central Division APA colloquium, 1999.
“Externalism Versus Anti-Individualism”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 1999.
“Externalism and the Tenacity of Skepticism”, Eastern Division APA colloquium, 1998.
“A New Puzzle about Belief”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1998.
“Did Plato Solve the Problem of the Third Man in the Parmenides?”, Minnesota Ancient Greek Philosophy Conference, 1998.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 1996 and Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Propositional Attitudes and Physicalism”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1996.
“Return of the Third Man”, Minnesota Ancient Greek Philosophy Conference, 1993.

Jooksvad projektid

Lõppenud projektid

Juhendamisel väitekirjad

Publikatsioonid

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1.1.
2021
2.1.
2021
3.1.
2021
6.1.
2021
6.1.
2021
1.2.
2019
1.2.
2018
1.2.
2018
3.1.
2018
3.1.
2018
3.1.
2018
6.1.
2018
1.1.
2017
3.1.
2017
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.1.
2016
1.2.
2016
1.2.
2015
3.1.
2015
2.1.
2014
18.04.2020
18.09.1963
58671774
bryan.frances@yahoo.com
professional website

Career

Institutions and positions
2018–2021   
University of Tartu, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics, Research Professor of Theoretical Philosophy (40,00)
 
 
Education
01.01.1993–01.01.1999   
PhD in philosophy from University of Minnesota
 
 
Creative work


1. Forthcoming 5: co-authored with Michael Huemer, Can We Know Anything?, Tyron Goldschmidt (ed.) Routledge.
2. Forthcoming 4: “The Epistemology of Disagreement”, in Encyclopaedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Gerry Dunne (ed.) Springer.
3. Forthcoming 3: “Pointillist Ontology”, in Tyron Goldschmidt and Sara Bernstein (eds.) Non-Being, OUP.
4. Forthcoming 2: “Epistemically Different Epistemic Peers”, co-authored with Mariangela Zoe Cocchario, in a special issue of TOPOI on “Epistemic dimensions of disagreement: Perspectives from Argumentation Theory and Philosophy” (invited).
5. Forthcoming 1: “Religious Disagreement”, in Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro (eds.) Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, Wiley-Blackwell (invited).
6. 2019a: “The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, in Ted Poston and Kevin McCain (eds.) The Mystery of Skepticism, Brill (invited).
7. 2018d: “Philosophical Expertise”, in James Chase and David Cody (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Applied Epistemology, Routledge (invited), 297-306.
8. 2018c: “The Epistemology of Real-World Religious Disagreement Without Peers”, Philosophia Christi 20 (1), 291-99 (invited).
9. 2018b: “Disagreement”, entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, written with Jonathan Matheson, Edward Zalta, ed.
10. 2018a: “Skepticism and Disagreement”, in Diego Machuca and Baron Reed (eds.), Skepticism: From Antiquity to the Present, Continuum Press (invited).
11. 2017b: “The Ontology of Some Afterimages”, in Manuel Curado and Steven Gouveia (eds.) Philosophy of Mind: Contemporary Perspectives, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 118-144.
12. 2017a: “Extensive Philosophical Progress and Agreement”, Metaphilosophy 48 (1-2), 47-57.
13. 2016e: “Worrisome Skepticism about Philosophy”, Episteme 13, 289-303.
14. 2016d: “Presentism: Foreigner-Friendly or Xenophobic?”, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94, 479-488.
15. 2016c: “Ontology, Composition, Quantification, and Action”, Analysis 76, 137-142.
16. 2016b: “The Dual Concepts Objection to Content Externalism”, American Philosophical Quarterly 53, 123-138 (invited).
17. 2016a: “Rationally Held ‘P, but I Fully Believe ~P and I am Not Equivocating’”, Philosophical Studies 173, 309-313.
18. 2015: “Religious Disagreement”, in Graham Oppy (ed.) Handbook of Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, Acumen Press, 180-192 (invited).
19. 2014: Disagreement, Polity Press.
20. 2013d: Gratuitous Suffering and the Problem of Evil, Routledge Press.
21. 2013c: “Knowledge” (with Allan Hazlett), in Howard Robinson and Barry Dainton (eds.), The Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Philosophy, Bloomsbury Press, 432-52 (invited).
22. 2013b: Review of Robert Audi, Rationality and Religious Commitment, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
23. 2013a: “Philosophical Renegades” in Jennifer Lackey and David Christensen (eds.) The Epistemology of Disagreement: New Essays, Oxford University Press, 121-66 (invited).
24. 2012: “Discovering Disagreeing Epistemic Peers and Superiors” International Journal of Philosophical Studies 20, 1-21.
25. 2011: “Kripke” in Key Thinkers in the Philosophy of Language, Barry Lee, ed., Continuum, 249-67 (invited).
26. 2010b: “Disagreement”, in Duncan Pritchard and Sven Bernecker (eds.) Routledge Companion to Epistemology, 68-74 (invited).
27. 2010a: “The Reflective Epistemic Renegade” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 8, 419-63.
28. 2008b: “Live Skeptical Hypotheses,” John Greco (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Skepticism, 225-245 (invited).
29. 2008a: “Spirituality, Expertise, and Philosophers,” in Jon Kvanvig (ed.) Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion, v. 1, Oxford University Press, 44-81.
30. 2007b: “Externalism, Physicalism, Statues, and Hunks,” Philosophical Studies 133, 199-232.
31. 2007a: Review of Cynthia MacDonald's Varieties of Things: Foundations of Contemporary Metaphysics, Philosophical Quarterly 47, 380-382.
32. 2006: “The New Leibniz’s Law Arguments for Pluralism,” Mind 115, 1007-1022.
33. 2005b: “When a Skeptical Hypothesis is Live,” Noûs 39, 559-95.
34. 2005a: Scepticism Comes Alive, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
35. 2002: “A Test for Theories of Belief Ascription,” Analysis 62, 116-25.
36. 2000: “Disquotation and Substitutivity,” Mind 109, 519-25.
37. 1999c: “Defending the Defense,” Mind 108, 563-566.
38. 1999b: “On the Explanatory Deficiencies of Linguistic Content,” Philosophical Studies 93, 45-75.
39. 1999a: “Contradictory Belief and Epistemic Closure Principles,” Mind and Language 14, 203-226.
40. 1998c: “The Twin-Earth Thought Experiments,” in A Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind, an official electronic publication of the University of Rome III.
41. 1998b: “Defending Millian Theories,” Mind 107, 703-727. Reprinted in The General Philosophy of John Stuart Mill, Victor Sanchez Valencia, ed., Ashgate Publishers, 2002.
42. 1998a: “Arguing for Frege’s Fundamental Principle,” Mind and Language 13, 341-346.
43. 1996: “Plato’s Response to the Third Man Argument in the Paradoxical Exercise of the Parmenides,” Ancient Philosophy 16, 47-64.

Publications for a General Audience

44. 2019: “Justifying a Large Part of Philosophy”, Think 18 (51), 93-99.
45. 2018: “Why the Vagueness Paradox is Amazing”, Think 17 (50), 27-38.
46. 2018: “Why Afterimages are Metaphysically Mysterious”, Think 17 (49), 33-44.
47. 2018: “The Atheistic Argument from Outrageousness”, Think 17 (48), 107-116.
48. 2016: “The Irrationality of Religious Belief”, Think 15 (42), 15-33.
49. 2015: “The Rationality of Religious Belief”, Think 14 (40), 109-117.

Qualifications

Honours & awards
2018, Bryan Reed Stewart Frances, I was awarded a €512,660 grant to head a three-year research project starting 1 February 2018 on “Expertise and Fundamental Controversy in Philosophy and Science” at the University of Tartu, in Estonia. I had the highest ranking grant application, out of 27 total.
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 2. Culture and Society; 2.1. Philosophy; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: H120 Systematic philosophy, ethics, aesthetics, metaphysics, epistemology, ideology ; SPECIFICATION: Epistemology, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion
 
 
Additional information
Research Initiative

See first page for current research grant.

My former colleague Andrew McGonigal and I founded and ran a research center, Centre for Metaphysics and Mind, CMM, located at the University of Leeds. For 2003-5 (while I was at Leeds) we hosted a series of workshops and distinguished visiting fellows in metaphysics.

Activity in the Profession

Refereeing/manuscript evaluation for OUP, Mind, Noûs, Philosophical Quarterly, Synthese, European Journal of Philosophy, Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy, Dialectica, Erkenntnis, Philosophers Imprint, Journal of Philosophical Research, American Philosophical Quarterly, Inquiry, Philosophy Compass, Sophia, and probably others I have forgotten (I don’t keep track).

Member of American Philosophical Association (APA) since about 1993, off and on. I have presented numerous sole-authored papers at APA conferences. Have also served as chair of meetings. Member of Aristotelian Society 2000-2005.

Editor of Epistemology of Disagreement section on PhilPapers.org

Major Presentations

“Philosophical Expertise and Philosophical Progress”, Bled Epistemology Conference 2019, June 2019.
“The Epistemology of Minority Belief” University of Haifa, April 2019.
“The Epistemology of Theistic Philosophers’ Reactions to the Problem of Evil”, Rutgers Center for Philosophy of Religion, April 2019.
“The Epistemology of Controversy”, Seton Hall University, March 2019.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, talk at a workshop of a DFG-funded project “Disagreement in Philosophy: Semantic and Epistemic Foundations.” (http://dissens.uni-koeln.de/#), University of Bonn (International Centre for Philosophy), 10-12 October 2018.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, University of Helsinki, September 2018.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, Keynote Address at the European Epistemology Network conference 28-30 June 2018 at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
“The Philosopher’s Doom: Unreliable at Truth or Unreliable at Logic”, Analytic Summer Camp, University of Tartu, 8 June 2018.
“Unreliable about Truth or Unreliable about Validity”, Lingnan University, 2016.
“Unreliable about Truth or Unreliable about Validity”, Hong Kong University, 2016.
“The Islamic and Cumulative Versions of the ‘Mad, Bad, or God’ Argument”, Eastern Regional Meeting of the Society of Christian Philosophers, Messiah College, 2015.
“Religious Disagreement amongst Philosophers”, Invited Speaker at the “Disagreement: Epistemology and Applications” workshop at the University of Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015.
“The Epistemically Troubling Philosophical Survey”, Invited Speaker at the “Philosophy in the Face of Peer Disagreement” session at the 9th International Conference of the German Society for Analytic Philosophy, Osnabrueck, Germany, 2015.
“Worrisome Skepticism about Philosophy”, Keynote Address at a conference on skepticism organized by the Dutch-Flemish Society for Analytic Philosophy, Erasmus University, 2015.
“Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously Even Without Evidence”, Keynote Address, Seton Hall University, 2015.
“Religious Disagreement”, Keynote Address at Tennessee Philosophical Association, 2014.
Comments on Linda Zagzebski, College of William and Mary conference on “The Authority of Tradition”, 2014.
“Philosophical Renegades”, University of Minnesota, 2013.
“Philosophical Progress”, Knowledge and Disagreement Conference, New University of Lisbon, 2012.
“The Relation of Existence to Time”, Eastern Division Group APA meeting, 2009.
“The Inevitability of Sharp Cutoffs”, Russell III Conference, California 2007.
“Who Am I to Disagree with David Lewis?”, Bled Conference on Epistemology, Slovenia 2007.
“Existence, Time, and Relations”, CMM workshop on Existence and Time, 2005.
“Quantification, Ontology, and Time”, Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, on Time and Identity, 2005.
“Why You Are So Ignorant”, Eastern Division APA colloquium, 2004.
“Presentist Ontology with Eternalist Relations”, University of St. Andrews, 2004.
“Presentist Ontology with Eternalist Relations”, University of Glasgow, 2004.
“Why You Are So Ignorant”, Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference, on Skepticism and Knowledge, 2004.
“Universal Skepticism”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 2004.
“When a Skeptical Hypothesis Becomes Live”, University of Liverpool, 2002.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Nottingham, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Birmingham, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of York, 2001.
“Afterimages and Lollipops”, University of Durham, 2001.
“Substitutivity, Rationality, and Assent”, Oxford University, 2000 (with Tom Stoneham).
“Content, Causation, and Physicalism”, Central Division APA colloquium, 1999.
“Externalism Versus Anti-Individualism”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 1999.
“Externalism and the Tenacity of Skepticism”, Eastern Division APA colloquium, 1998.
“A New Puzzle about Belief”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1998.
“Did Plato Solve the Problem of the Third Man in the Parmenides?”, Minnesota Ancient Greek Philosophy Conference, 1998.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Pacific Division APA colloquium, 1996 and Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Explanatory Properties and Psychological Explanation”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1995.
“Propositional Attitudes and Physicalism”, Minnesota Philosophical Society, 1996.
“Return of the Third Man”, Minnesota Ancient Greek Philosophy Conference, 1993.

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