Faculty Bookshelf: A – E

View faculty publications (books, authored and edited, as well as selected articles) by author’s last name from A to E below. Click on a book cover’s image or linked article citation to visit the publisher’s or retailer’s website.

A | B | C | D | E


The letter A

Donald Ainslie

Books

Selected Articles

James Allen

Books

Selected Articles

The letter B

David Barnett

Selected Articles

Rachel Barney

Books

Selected Articles

Deborah Black

Selected Articles

  • “Consciousness and Self-Knowledge in Aquinas’s Critique of Averroes’s Psychology.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 31.3 (July 1993): 23–59.
  • “Mental Existence in Thomas Aquinas and Avicenna” (1999)
  • “Estimation and Imagination: Western Divergences from an Arabic Paradigm” (2000)
  • “Knowledge (ʿilm) and Certitude (yaqīn) in Al-Farabi’s Epistemology.” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 16.1 (March 2006): 11–46.
  • “Avicenna on Self-Awareness And Knowing that One Knows.” In S. Rahman, T. Hassan, T. Street, eds., The Unity of Science in the Arabic Tradition, pp. 63–87. Dordrecht: Springer Science, 2008.
  • “Intentionality in Medieval Arabic Philosophy.” Later Medieval Perspectives on Intentionality, special issue of Quaestio 10 (2010): 65-81.
  • “Averroes on Spirituality and Intentionality in Sense Perception.” in The Age of Averroes: Arabic Thought at the End of the Classical Period. The Warburg Institute, London, Feb. 16, 2008.
  • “Rational Imagination: Avicenna on the Cogitative Power.” In Jörg Tellkamp and Luis Xavier López Farjeat, eds. Philosophical Psychology in Medieval Arabic and Latin Aristotelianism. Paris: J. Vrin, 2013.
  • “Certitude, Justification, and the Principles of Knowledge in Avicenna’s Epistemology” in Interpreting Avicenna: Critical Essays. Ed. P. Adamson. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
  • “How Do We Acquire Concepts? Avicenna on Abstraction and Emanation” (2014)

James Robert Brown

Books

The letter C

Nate Charlow

Books

Selected Articles

  • “Logic and Semantics for Imperatives”, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 43 (4):617-664 (2014).
  • “The Problem with the Frege-Geach Problem”, Philosophical Studies, 167 (3):635-665 (2014).
  • “What We Know and What To Do”, Synthese 190, 2291-2323, (2013).
  • “Conditional Preferences and Practical Conditionals”; 2013. Linguistics and Philosophy 36: 463–511.
  • “Presupposition and the A Priori”; 2013. Philosophical Studies 165: 509–26.
  • “Restricting and Embedding Imperatives”; 2010. In Logic, Language, and Meaning: Selected Papers from the 17th Amsterdam Colloquium, M. Aloni et al. (eds.): 223–33.
  • “Decision-Theoretic Relativity in Deontic Modality”; forthcoming in Linguistics and Philosophy.
  • “Clause-Type, Force, and Normative Judgment in the Semantics of Imperatives”
    Forthcoming in New Work on Speech Acts (FogalHarris, & Moss eds.), Oxford UP.
  • “Triviality for Restrictor Conditionals”; 2016. Noûs 50: 533–564.

Phil Clark

Selected Articles

  • “Inescapability and the Analysis of Agency,” Abstracta 7:3-15, 2014.  This is part of a book symposium on David Velleman’s How We Get Along
  • “Aspects, Guises, Species and Knowing Something to Be Good,” in Sergio Tenenbaum, ed., Desire, Practical Reason and the Good, Oxford University Press, 2010
  • “Appearances of the Good and Appearances of the True,” Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review, vol. 48, no. 2, 2009, 6 pages
  • “Mackie’s Motivational Argument,” Chapter 10 of David Sobel and Steven Wall eds., Reasons for Action, Cambridge University Press, 2009, 19 pages
  • “How Reason Can Be Practical: A Reply to Hume,” in Poznan Studies in Philosophy of Science and Humanities: New Essays in Moral Psychology, Sergio Tenenbaum, ed., (Amsterdam: Rodophi, 2007) , 18 pages
  • “Kantian Morals and Humean Motives,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, January 2004, 18 pages
  • “The Meaning of ‘Good’ and the Possibility of Value,” Philosophical Studies, 2002, 8 pages
  • “The Action as Conclusion,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, December, 2001, 25 pages
  • “Velleman’s Autonomism,” Ethics, April 2001, 14 pages
  • “What Goes Without Saying in Metaethics,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, March 2000, 22 pages
  • Practical  Steps and Reasons for Action,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, March 1997, 29 pages

Rebecca Comay

Books

Selected Articles

  • “Testament of the Revolution,” in Mosaic ( 2017)
  • “Material Remains,” Oxford Literary Review (2017)
  • “Hypochondria and its Discontents: The Geriatric Sublime,” in Critique and Crisis (Fall 2016).
  • “Resistance and repetition: Hegel and Freud,” in Research in Phenomenology (fall, 2015)
  • “Paradoxes of Lament: Benjamin and Hamlet” in Ilit Ferber and Paula Schwebel, eds., Lament in Jewish Thought (2014)
  • “Defaced Statues: Iconoclasm and Idealism in Hegel’s Aesthetics,” October 149 (2014)
  • “Hegel’s Last Words: Mourning and Melancholia at the end of the Phenomenology,” in J. Nichols and A. Swiffen, eds., The Ends of History ( 2012)
  • “Proust’s Remains,” in October 144 (2013)
  • Krapp and other Matters,” in T. J. Morres, Atom Egoyan: Interviews (2010)
  • “Transmission, Translation, Trauma,” in Idealistic Studies (2008)
  • “Impressions: Proust, Photography, Trauma,” in Discourse (2009)
  • “Adorno avec Sade,” in differences, special issue on critical theory and gender, ed. Wendy Brown (2006)
  • “The sickness of tradition: Benjamin between melancholia and fetishism” in Walter Benjamin Studies (2006)

The letter D

Imogen Dickie

Books

Selected Articles

David Dyzenhaus

Books

Selected Articles

  • “Emergency, Liberalism and the State” (2011) 9 Perspectives on Politics 69-79.
  • “Positivism and the Pesky Sovereign” (2011) European Journal of International Law
    (forthcoming).
  • “Austin, Hobbes, Dicey”, Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence (forthcoming).
  • “Rand’s Republicanism”, (2010) 55 McGill Law Journal 491-510.
    “The very idea of a judge”, in David Dyzenhaus and Adam Tomkins, eds., (2010) 60 University
    of Toronto Law Journal, special issue on The Role of the Courts in Constitutional Law 61-
    80.
  • “How Hobbes met the ‘Hobbes Challenge’”, (2009) 72 Modern Law Review 488-506.
  • “The Puzzle of Martial Law”, (2009) 59 University of Toronto Law Journal 1-64.
  • “The Case of the Grudge Informer Revisited”, (2008) 83 New York University Law Review 1000-
    1034.