Curriculum Vitae

 

John R. Perry

 

Email:  johnperry43@gmail.com

 

 

Born: 16 January 1943 in Lincoln, Nebraska

Address: 545 Hilbar Lane, Palo Alto, CA 94303

 

Websites:

 

http://www.john.jperry.net

http://www-csli.stanford.edu/groups/center-explanation-consciousness

http://www.structuredprocrastination.com/

http://www.philosophytalk.org/

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Education

 

1968   Ph.D., Philosophy, Cornell University

1964   B.A., Philosophy, Doane College

 

Appointments

 

Spring, 2015  Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley

2014--                        Professor Emeritus, University of California, Riverside

2009 --2014   Distinguished Professor (50%), University of California, Riverside.

2009--            Professor Emeritus, Stanford (recalled halftime through 2010-11)

2000-2001   Chair, Department of Philosophy

1993–99                    Director, Center for the Study of Language and Information

1990–1991               Chair, Department of Philosophy, Stanford University

1985– 2008              Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University

1985–1986               Director, Center for the Study of Language and Information

1977– 2008              Full Professor, Philosophy, Stanford University

1976–1982               Chair, Department of Philosophy, Stanford University

1974–1977               Associate Professor, Philosophy, Stanford University

1972–1974               Associate Professor, Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles

1971–1972               Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy, University of Michigan, Ann                            Arbor

1968–1972               Assistant Professor, Philosophy, University of California, Los Angeles

 

Fellowships, Honors, Recent Lectures

 

2014               Romanell Lecturer, American Philosophical Association

2013               Quinn Prize for Distinguished Service to Philosophy and the American Philosophical Association

2013               Honorary Doctorate, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

2012               Frege Lectures, Tartu University, Tartu Estonia

2012               Lifetime Teaching Award, Humanities and Sciences,

Stanford University

2011                           Ig-Nobel Prize in Literature

2009                           Carnap Lectures, Ruhr-Universität Bochum,  Germany

2009                           Howison Lecture, University of California, Berkeley

2003                           Member, Norwegian Academy of Arts and Sciences

2002                           Doctor Honoris Causi, University of the Basque Country

2002–2003  Fellow, Stanford Humanities Center

2001                           Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences

1999                           Humboldt Prize, Humboldt Foundation, Germany

1999                           Nicod Prize, CNRS, Paris, France

1993–1994  President, American Philosophical Association  (Pacific Division)

1992–1993  Vice-president, American Philosophical Association (Pacific Division)

1991–1992  Fellow at Centre de Recherche en Epistemologie Appliquee (CREA)

1989                           Dinkelspiel Award, Stanford University

1982                           Hon. D.Litt., Doane College

1980–1981  Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences,                            and National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow

1975–1976  Guggenheim Fellow

1974, 1975   Summer Faculty Fellowship, Stanford University

1969               Summer Faculty Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles

1964–1968   Danforth Fellow

1964–1965   Woodrow Wilson Fellow

1960–1964   Butler Scholarship

 

 

Publications

 

           

            Books

1. 1978.  A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company. Translated in Spanish by A. Campiran as Dialogo sobre laIdentxsxcidad Personal y la Inmortalidad. Cuadernos de Critica, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, 1984. Also translated into Chinese and Korean.

2. 1983. Situations and Attitudes.  With J. Barwise. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press. German translation by C. Gerstner as Situationen und Einstellungen.Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1987. Translated into Japanese. Tokyo: Tuttle-Mori Agency, 1992. Translated into Spanish by J. I. Olmos as Situaciones yActitudes . Madrid: Visor, 1992.  Reprinted with a new introduction by CSLI Publications, 1999.

3. 1993. The Problem of the Essential Indexical and Other Essays. New York: Oxford University Press. (Enlarged edition, Stanford: CSLI Publications, 2000.)

4. 1999. Problems d’Indexicalité. Selected essays translated by J. Dokic and F. Preisig. Stanford and Paris: Editions CSLI: 1999.

5. 1999. Dialogue on Good, Evil and the Existence of God. Cambridge/Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company.

6. 2001. Knowledge, Possibility and Consciousness. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press.

7. 2001. Reference and Reflexivity. Stanford: CSLI Publications. 2nd edition, 2011.

8. 2002. Identity, Personal Identity and the Self. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

9. 2002. Contesti. Lectures given in Genoa, translated by M. Vignola. Forward by C. Penco. Genova: De Ferrari & Devega.

10a.  2011. Critical Pragmatics, with Kepa Korta.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.

10b.    2011.  Structured Procrastination.  Workman Books, New York, N.Y.

 

            Books Edited

10c. 1975. Personal Identity. Berkeley: University of California Press.  2nd enlarged edition, 2008.

11. 1985. Introduction to Philosophy. Edited with M. Bratman. New York: Oxford University Press. Revised edition 1993. Third Edition 1999. Fourth edition (edited with Michael Bratman and John Fischer), 2006. Fifth edition, 2010.

12. 1989. Themes from Kaplan. Edited with J. Almog and H. Wettstein. New York: Oxford University Press.

13. 1990. Situation Theory and Its Applications, Volume I. Edited with R. Cooper and K. Mukai. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

14. 1994. Berkeley’s Three Dialogues. Edited with D. Hilbert. Claremont: Arete Press.

15a.  2011.  JeeLoo Liu and John Perry (eds) Self and Consciousness, Cambridge University Press.

 

           Articles

15b. 1963. Paradoxical Logic. Philosophy East and West 13: 155-157.

16. 1967. Equality and Education: Remarks on Kleinberger. Studies in Philosophy and Education V: 433-445.

17. 1970a. The Same F. The Philosophical Review 79: 181-200. Reprinted in (8).

18. 1970b. Review of Cornman and Lehrer. Philosophical Problems and Arguments. Philosophical Review 97: 578-80.

19. 1970c. Review of David Wiggins, Identity and Spatial Temporal Continuity. Journal of Symbolic Logic 35: 447-448.

20. 1972. Can The Self Divide? Journal of Philosophy 69: 463-88.Reprinted in (8).

21. 1974a. Review of Three Paradoxical Aspects of Identity, by Heinrich Behmann. Journal of Symbolic Logic 39: 359-60.

22. 1974b. Review of Universals, by Nicholas Wolterstorff. Journal of Philosophy. 71: 252-257.

23. 1975a. The Problem of Personal Identity. In (8).

24. 1975b. Personal Identity, Memory, and the Problem of Circularity. In (10). Reprinted in (8).

25. 1975c. Reviews of Gustav Bergmann, Sameness, Meaning, and Identity, and Gustav Bergmann and Herbert Hochberg, Concepts. Journal of Symbolic Logic, 40: 106-7.

26. 1976. Review of Bernard Williams, Problems of the Self. Journal of Philosophy 73: 416-28.  A modified version appeared as “Williams on the Self and the Future,” in (8).

27. 1976. The Importance of Being Identical. In A. Rorty (ed.). The Identity of Persons. Berkeley: University of California Press. Reprinted in (8).

28. 1977. Frege on Demonstratives. Philosophical Review 86: 474-97. Reprinted in (3). Translated into Spanish as Frege sobre los demonstratives by L.Lecuona in Pensamiento y Lenguaje. Problemas en la atribucięon de actitudes  proposicionales. M. Valdés (ed.). Instituto de Investigaciones  Filosóficas, Universidad Nacional Autonóma de Mexico, 1996.  Translated into German as Frege ¨Über Indexikalische Ausdrücke by Joseph A. Tougas in ConceptusZeitschrift für Philosophie 1995, 28: 147-183.

29. 1978a. A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality. In J. Feinberg (ed.).  Reason and Responsibility. 4th ed. Encino, Calif.: Dickenson Publishing Company. Reprinted with revisions as (1).

30. 1978b. Relative Identity and Relative Number. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 7: 1–14.Reprinted in (8).

31. 1978c. Defenses for the Mind-Brain Identity Theory: Commentary on Puccetti and Dykes. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1: 362

32. 1979a. The Problem of the Essential Indexical. Noěs 13: 3-21. Reprinted in The Philosophers Annual, III, 1980. Reprinted in (3).

33. 1979b. The Philosophical Problem of Personal Identity. Stanford Observer March 1979: 3-4.

34. 1980a. Belief and Acceptance. Midwest Studies in Philosophy 5: 533-42. Reprinted in (3).

35. 1980b. A Problem about Continued Belief. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 61: 317-22. Reprinted in (3).

36. 1980c. The Situation Underground. With J. Barwise. In J. Barwise and I. Sag (eds.). Stanford Working Papers in Semantics, vol. I. Stanford: Stanford Cognitive Science Group.

37. 1981a. Semantic Innocence and Uncompromising Situations. With J. Barwise. Midwest Studies in Philosophy 6: 387-403.

38. 1981b. Will Tommy Vladek Survive? In F. D. Miller and N. D. Smith (eds.). Thought Probes: An Introduction to Philosophy Through Science Fiction. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

39. 1981c. Situations and Attitudes. With J. Barwise. Journal of Philosophy 77: 668-91.

40. 1983a. CastaĖeda on He and I. In J. E. Tomberlin (ed.). Agent, Language, and World: Essays Presented to Hector-Neri CastaĖeda with his Replies. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company. Reprinted in (3).

41. 1983b. Personal Identity and the Concept of a Person. In G. Floistad (ed.). Chronicles of Institut International De Philosophie. Volume IV, Philosophy of Mind(Philosophy: A New Survey). The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff. Reprinted in (8).

42. 1983c. Contradictory Situations. In F. Landman and F. Veltman (eds.). Varieties of Formal Semantics: Proceedings of the 4th Amsterdam Colloquium,September, 1982. Dordrecht: Foris.

43. 1985a. Shifting Situations and Shaken Attitudes. With J. Barwise. Linguistics and Philosophy 8: 105-61. (Also Report No. CSLI-84-13. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1984.)

44. 1985b. Language, Mind, and Information. In B. H. Partee, S. Peters, and R. Thomason (eds.). Report of Workshop on Information and Representation.  (Also Report No. CSLI-85-44. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1985.)

45. 1985c. Self-Knowledge and Self-Representation. Proceedings of IJCAI-1985. Mountain View: Morgan Kaufmann.

46.  1985d. Semantics. In A. Kuper and J. Kuper (eds.). The Social Science Encyclopedia. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

47. 1986a. Perception, Action, and the Structure of Believing. In R. E. Grandy and R. Warner (eds.). Philosophical Grounds of Rationality. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reprinted in (3).

48. 1986b. Circumstantial Attitudes and Benevolent Cognition. In J. Butterfield (ed.). Language, Mind and Logic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Also Report No. CSLI-86-53, Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1986.) Reprinted in (3).

49. 1986c. From Worlds to Situations. Journal of Philosophical Logic 15: 83-107. Reprinted in (3).

50. 1986d. Thought Without Representation. Supplementary Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 60: 263-83. Reprinted in (3).

51. 1988a. Cognitive Significance and New Theories of Reference. Noěs 2: 1-18. Reprinted in (3).

52. 1988b. Review of A Border Dispute, by John MacNamara. Cognition, 30: 183-188.

53. 1989a. Possible Worlds and Subject Matter: Discussion of Barbara H. Partee’s ‘Possible Worlds in Model-Theoretic Semantics: A Linguistic Perspective.’ In S. Allen (ed.). Possible Worlds in Humanities, Arts and Sciences: Proceedings of Nobel Symposium, August, 1986, 65. Berlin and New York: Walter deGruyter. Reprinted in (3).

54. 1989b. The Prince and the Phonebooth: Reporting Puzzling Beliefs. With Mark Crimmins. Journal of Philosophy 86: 685-711. (Also Report No. CSLI-88-128. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information, 1988.) Reprinted in The Philosophers Annual, XII, 1989. Reprinted in (3).

55. 1990a. What is Information? With D. Israel. In P. Hanson (ed.). Information, Language and Cognition. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

56. 1990b. Individuals in Informational and Intentional Content. In E. Villanueva (ed.). Information, Semantics and Epistemology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Reprinted in (3).

57. 1990c. Self-Notions. Logos 11: 17-31.

58. 1991a. Fodor and Psychological Explanations. With D. Israel. In B. Loewer and G. Rey (eds.). Meaning in Mind. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Reprinted in (3).

59. 1991b. Actions and Movements. With David Israel and Syun Tutiya. Proceedings of ICAI-’91. Mountain View: Morgan Kaufmann.

60. 1991c. Il Filosofo e il computer. In L. Gallino (ed.). Informatica e Scienze Umane: Lo Stato ADell’Arte. Milan: Franco Angeli.

61. 1991d. Information and Architecture. With David Israel. In J. Barwise, J. M. Gawron, G. Plotkin, and S. Tutiya (eds.). Situation Theory and Its Applications, vol. 2. Stanford University: Center for the Study of Language and Information.

62. 1993a. Williams on the Self and Its Future. In J. Perry and M. Bratman (eds.). Introduction to Philosophy, 2nd edition. New York: Oxford University Press. Reprinted in (8).

63. 1993b. Executions, Motivations and Accomplishments. With David Israel and Syun Tutiya. The Philosophical Review 102: 515-40.

64. 1993c. Richly Grounded Symbols in ASL. With E. Macken and C. Haas. Sign Language Studies 81: 375-394.

65. 1994a. Fodor and Lepore on Holism. Philosophical Studies 73: 123-138.

66. 1994b. Davidson’s Sentences and Wittgenstein’s Builders. Presidential Address, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 68: 23-37. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

67. 1994c. Introduction. In D. Hilbert and J. Perry (eds.). Berkeley’s Three Dialogues. Claremont: Arete Press.

68. 1994d. Intentionality and Its Puzzles. In S. Guttenplan (ed.). A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind. Oxford: Blackwell.

69. 1995. American Sign Language and Heterogeneous Communication Systems. With E. Macken and C. Haas. Sign Language Studies 89: 363-412.

70. 1996a. Evading the Slingshot. In A. Clark, J. Ezquerro, and J. Larrazabal (eds.). Philosophy and Cognitive Science: Categories, Consciousness, and Reasoning. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

71. 1996b. Interfacing Situations. With E. Macken. In J. Seligman and D. Westerstahl (eds.). Logic, Language and Computation, Vol. 1. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

72. 1996c. Where Monsters Dwell. With David Israel. In J. Seligman and D. Westerstahl (eds.). Logic, Language and Computation, Vol. 1. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

73. 1996d. Self. The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Supplement. New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan.

74. 1996e. Indexicals. The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Supplement. New York: Simon & Schuster Macmillan.

75. 1996f. Philosophy of Mind. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia. Redmond, Wash.: Microsoft Corporation.

76. 1996g. Reflexivity, Indexicality and Names. Korean Journal of Cognitive Science 7: 95-112. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

77. 1997a. Indexicals and Demonstratives. In R. Hale and C. Wright (eds.).  Companion to the Philosophy of Language. Oxford: Blackwell.

78. 1997b. Russell’s The Problems of Philosophy: An Introduction to Bertrand Russell, The Problems of Philosophy. New York: Oxford University Press.

79. 1997c. Reflexivity, Indexicality and Names. In W. Kunne, M. Anduschus, and A. Newen (eds.). Direct Reference, Indexicality and Proposition Attitudes. 9(3), enlarged edition.

80. 1997d. Rip Van Winkle and Other Characters. The European Review of Analytical Philosophy 2: 13-39. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

81. 1997e. Disability, Inability and Cyberspace. With E. Macken, N. Scott, and J.  McKinley. In B. Friedman (ed.). Designing Computers for People–Human  Valuesand the Design of Computer Technology. Stanford: CSLI Publications and Cambridge University Press.

82. 1997f. Possible Worlds Semantics. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. London: Routledge.

83. 1997g. Situation Semantics. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy. London: Routledge.

84. 1998a. Broadening the Mind: Review of Jerry Fodor, The Elm and The Expert. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 58: 223-231. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

85. 1998b. Indexicals, Contexts and Unarticulated Constituents.  In Atocha Aliseda-Llera, Rob Van Glabbeek, and Dag WesterstĆhl, eds., Computing Natural Language.  Stanford: CSLI Publications.

86. 1998c. Myself and I. In M. Stamm (ed.). Philosophie in Synthetisher Absicht. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta. Translated into German as Mein Selbst und ‘Ich’ by V. Friesen and A. Newen in Selbst und Gehirn, A. Newen and K. Vogeley (eds.). Paderborm: Mentis, 2000. Reprinted in (3), enlarged edition.

87. 1999. Prolegomena to a Theory of Disability, Inability and Handicap. With D. Israel and E. Macken. In L. Moss, J. Ginzburg, and M. de Rijke (eds.). Logic, Language and Computation, Vol. 2. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

88. 2001a. Time, Consciousness and the Knowledge Argument. In L. N. Oaklander (ed.). The Importance of Time. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

89. 2001b. Frege on Identity, Cognitive Value and Subject Matter. In A. Newen, U. Nortmann, and R. Stuhlmann-Laeisz (eds.). Building on Frege: New Essays about Sense, Content, and Concept. Stanford: CSLI Publications.

90. 2002a. The Two Faces of Identity.  In Identity, Personal Identity and the Self. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

91. 2002b. Information, Action, and Persons. In Identity, Personal Identity and the Self. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

92. 2002c. The Self, Self-Knowledge, and Self-Notions. In Identity, Personal Identity and the Self. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

93. 2002d. The Sense of Identity. In Identity, Personal Identity and the Self. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing.

94. 2002e. Review of Gilles Fauconner and Mark Turner, The Way We Think: Conceptual Blending and the Minds Hidden Complexities. The American Scientist 90: 576-578.

95. 2003a. Predelli’s threatening note: contexts, utterances, and tokens in the philosophy of language. Journal of Pragmatics 35: 373-387.

96. 2003b. The Subject Matter Fallacy.  Journal of Applied Logic 1: 93-105.

97. 2004a. Precis of Knowledge, Possibility and Consciousness. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 68: 172-181.

98. 2004b. Reply to Critics. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 68: 207-228.

99. 2004c. Compatibilist Options. In J. K. Campbell, M. O’Rourke, and D. Shier (eds.). Freedom and Determinism. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press.

100. 2005. Personal Identity, Memory and the Self. In W. Įstreng (ed.). Synergies: Interdisciplinary Communications. Oslo: Center for Advanced Study, pp. 16-25.

101. 2006a. Using Indexicals. In Michael Devitt and Richard Hanley (eds.). The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Language, Oxford: Blackwell Publishing: pp. 314-334.

102. 2006b.  Mary and Max and Jack and Ned, in Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, II, edited by Dean Zimmerman, Oxford University Press: pp. 79-90.

103. 2006c.  Three Demonstrations and a Funeral. With K. Korta. Mind and Language. Vol. 21 (2): pp. 166-186.

104. 2006d.  How Real are Future Events? In Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (eds.). Time and History, Proceedings of the 28th International Wittgenstein Symposium,  Kirchberg am Wesel, Austria, 2005, Ontos Verlag: Frankfurt: pp. 13-30.

105. 2006e.  Stalnaker and Indexical Belief.  In Content and Modality: Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Stalnaker, edited by Judith Thompson and Alex Byrne.  Oxford: Oxford University Press: pp. 204—221

106.  2006f.  Pragmatics. With K. Korta. The Stanford Encycopedia of Philosophy. http://plato.stanford.edu/.

106A. 2006g.  What’s to Be Done?  Topoi (2006) 25:83–84
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107.  2006h. Varieties of Minimalist Semantics.   With K. Korta.  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research LXXIII (2): pp. 451-459.

108.  2007a.  How to Say Things with Words. With K. Korta.  In Savas L. Tsohatzidis (ed.), John Searle's Philosophy  of  Language: Force, Meaning, and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

109.  2007b.  Radical  minimalism, moderate contextualism. With K. Korta. In Gerhard Preyer and Georg Peter (eds.), Content and Context. Essays on Semantics and Pragmatics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


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  2007c.  Responses. In M. O’Rourke and C. Washington (eds.). Situating Semantics: Essays on the Philosophy of John Perry. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press, 2007.

111.  2007d.  ‘Borges and I’ and ‘I’. The Amherst Lecture in Philosophy 2 (2007): 1–16. <http://www.amherstlecture.org/perry2007/>.

112.   2008a.  The Pragmatic Circle. Synthese, Vol 165, #3, 347-357  (With Kepa Korta).

113.   2008b.  Can't We All Just Be Compatibilists? (A critical study of John Martin Fischer's My Way.) Ethics, Vol 12 #2: 157-166.

114.  2008c. 'Moore's paradox', Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 86: 3, 421-427  (With Krista Lawlor)

115.  2009a.  Reference: A New Paradigm.  In Larrazabal and Zubeldia (eds), Meaning, Content and Argument, Bilbao: UPV-EHU: 73-88. (With Kepa Korta).

116.  2009b.  Diminished and Fractured Selves.  In Debra J. H. Mathews,  Hilary Bok and Peter V. Rabins (Editors) Personal Identity and Fractured Selves: Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

117.  2009c. Subjectivity.  In Brian P. McLaughlin and Ansgar Beckermann (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Mind, New York: Oxford University Press: 223-238.

118.   2009d.  Directing Intentions.  In Joseph Almog and Paulo Leonardi (eds),  The Philosophy of David Kaplan. Oxford University Press, 2009:187-202.

119.  2009e. Hintikka on Demonstratives, Revue internationale de philosophie 4 (2009) , 250: p. 369-3821

120.  2009f.  Hume and Frege on Identity.  (Book Symposium on Donald Baxter, Hume's Difficulty: Time and Identity in the Treatise.) Philosophical Studies, 146: 413-423.

121.  2010a.  What is Said.  Recanati, Stojanovic and Villanueva (eds), Context Dependence, Perspective and Relativity.  Mouton-DeGruyter. (With Kepa Korta)

122.  2010b.  Velleman: Self to Self.  Nous, 44:4:1-19.

123.  2010c.  Persons and Selves.  In Béatrice Longuesness, editor, Le Moi/The Self/Le Soi, special number of Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, October-December 2010 No. 4.

124. 2010d.   Wretched Subterfuge:  A Defense of the Compatibilism of Freedom and Natural Causation.  John Dewey Lecture, delivered at the American Philosophical Assn. meetings, April 2, 2010.  In Proceedings of the American Philosophical Association, vol. 84, no. 2 (November 2010): 93-113.

125.  2010e.  Worship the Earth. In Kathleen Dean Moore and Michael P. Nelson (eds.) Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2010: 169—173.

126.  2010f.  Selves and Self-Concepts.  In Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O’Rourke, and Harry S. Silvertstein (eds.) Time and Identity (Topics in Contemporary Philosophy), MIT Press.: 229—248

 

127.  2010g.  (With Kepa Korta). “Intentions to refer”. In L. Baptista and E. Rast (eds.), Meaning and context. Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 161-186.

128.  2011a.  On Knowing Your Self.  In Shaun Gallagher (ed.), The Oxford  Handbook of the Self.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011: 372—393.

129.  2011b.  Textualism and the Discovery of Rights. In Marmor and Soames, eds., Philosophical Foundations of Language in the Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 105-129.

130.   2012.  Return of the Zombies.  In Simone Gozzano and Christopher S. Hill (eds.), New Perspectives on Type Identity: The Mental and the Physical.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 251--263.

131.   2012aa.  Thinking About the Self.  In JeeLoo Liu and John Perry, (eds.), Self and Consciousness.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 76—100.

132.  2012a.  Donnellan’s Blocks.  In Joseph Almog and Paulo Leonardi (eds.), The Philosophy of Keith Donnellan. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 30—52.

133.  2012b.  Donnellan at Cornell. In Joseph Almog and Paulo Leonardi (eds.), The Philosophy of Keith Donnellan. Oxford: Oxford University Press:  3—6.

134.   2013a.  FŅllesdal and Quine’s Slingshot.  In Michael Frauchiger (ed.) Reference, Rationality and Phenomenology: Themes from FŅllesdal.  Frankfurt: Ontos verlag: 237--258.

135.  2013b.  Temporal Indexicals.  In Heather Dyke and Adrian Bardon (eds) A Companion to the Philosophy of Time, First Edition. Hoboken, N.J.:  John Wiley & Sons: 486—506.

136.  2013c.  Direct Discourse, Indirect Discourse and Belief.  In Carlo Penco & Filippo Domaneschi (eds.)What is Said and What is Not.  Stanford: CSLI Publications.

137.  2013d.  Self-Locating Beliefs.  In Neil Feit and Alessandro Capone (eds.) Attitudes De Se: Linguistics, Epistemology, Metaphysics.  Stanford: CSLI Publications.

138. 2013e. “Highlights of Critical Pragmatics: reference and the contents of the utterance.” Intercultural Pragmatics 10 (1): 161-182. (With Kepa Korta)

139..  2013f.  “Squaring the circle”. In A. Capone, F. Lo Piparo, and M. Carapezza (eds.), Perspectives in Pragmatics and Philosophy.  Springer, pp. 291-302. (With Kepa Korta)

140.  2014a.  Indexicality.  In Robert Segal and Kocku von Stuckrad,  Vocabulary for the Study of Religion. Leiden: Brill.

141.  2014b. Wesley H. Holliday and John Perry.  Roles, Rigidity, and Quantification in Epistemic Logic.  In Trends in Logic, Outstanding Contributions: Johan F. A. K. van Benthem on Logical and Informational Dynamics, eds. A. Baltag and S. Smets (Springer).

 

 

Forthcoming

Full but not saturated. The myth of mandatory primary pragmatic processes. (with Kepa Korta)