- BA (Honours), University of Canterbury, New Zealand
- DPhil, Oxford
- DPhil, Oxford
Prof. Dickie’s research interests include philosophy of language and mind, theory of reference, metasemantics, acquaintance, perception, communication, and singular thought, as well as some topics in epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of action.
Prof. Dickie’s published and forthcoming work is available on her personal website.
Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind
- Fixing Reference (OUP, 2015)
- ‘The Essential Connection between Epistemology and the Theory of Reference’ for Philosophical Issues 26
- ‘Everybody Needs to Know?’ Forthcoming in Philosophical Studies (symposium on Ernie Sosa Judgment and Agency)
- ‘Cognitive Focus’ in Mental Files and Singular Thought (OUP, forthcoming)
- ‘Perception and Demonstratives’ in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception (OUP, 2015)
- ‘A Practical Solution to the Problem of Empty Singular Thought’ in Empty Representations (OUP, 2014)
- ‘Comments on Stanley Know How from the APA Pacific 2012’
- ‘Visual Attention Fixes Demonstrative Reference by Eliminating Referential Luck’ in Attention (OUP, 2011)
- ‘How Proper Names Refer’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 2011
- ‘The Sortal Dependence of Demonstrative Reference’ The European Journal of Philosophy, (2011 online; 2014 in print)
- ‘Sense, Communication, and Rational Engagement’ (co-authored with Gurpreet Rattan) Dialectica, 2010.
- ‘We Are Acquainted With Ordinary Things’ in New Essays on Singular Thought (OUP, 2010)
- ‘Negation, Anti-Realism, and the Denial Defence’ Philosophical Studies (2009 online; 2010 in print)
- ‘The Generality of Particular Thought’ The Philosophical Quarterly (2009 online; 2010 in print)
- ‘Informative Identities in the Begriffsschrift and ‘“On Sense and Reference”’ The Canadian Journal of Philosophy (2008)