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In this article, I focus on internal dimensions of moral responsibility. I argue that if there are such dimensions, then moral responsibility is compatible with determinism.
Two proofs are given which show that if some set of truths fall under finitely many concepts (so‐called Collectivity), then they all fall under at least one of them even if we do not know which one. Examples are given in which the result seems paradoxical. The first proof crucially involves...
As standardly conceived, an illusion is a case in which appearances in at least one respect conflict with reality. Such a conflict only obtains in cases where a non‐F object appears to be F—appears F in a ‘committal’ way, as I put it. It is, however, possible for an object to appear F in a...
This paper defends a novel sceptical response to the fine‐tuning argument for the existence of God (FTA). According to this response, even if FTA can establish, what I call, the confirmation proposition: ‘fine‐tuning confirms the God hypothesis’, there is no reason to think that a strengthening...
A centerpiece of Juhani Yli‐Vakkuri and John Hawthorne's Narrow Content (OUP 2018) is the parameter proliferation argument. The authors consider a series of cleverly constructed cases of pairs of corresponding thoughts of qualitatively identical twins and argue that divergence in truth value for...
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