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

Joseph Berkovitz

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)

George Boys-Stones

Books

Selected Articles

  • ‘Numenius on Intellect, Soul, and the Authority of Plato’ in J. Bryan, R. Wardy and J. Warren (eds.), Authors and Authorities in Ancient Philosophy (Cambridge, 2018), 184-201.
  • ‘Are We Nearly There Yet? Eudorus on Aristotle’s Categories’ in T. Engberg-Pedersen (ed.), From Stoicism to Platonism (Cambridge, 2017), 67-79.
  • ‘Philosophy as Religion and the Meaning of “Providence” in Middle Platonism’ in E. Eidenow, J. Kindt and R. Osborne (eds.), Theologies of Ancient Greek Religion (Cambridge University Press, 2016), 317-38.
  • ‘Unity and the good: Platonists against οἰκείωσις’ in B. Collette-Dučić and S. Delcomminette (eds.), Unité et origine des vertus dans la philosophie anciennes (Brussels, 2014), 297-320.
  • ‘Seneca Against Plato: Letters 58 and 65’ in A. G. Long (ed.), Plato and the Stoics (Cambridge, 2013), 128-46.
  • ‘The Consolatio ad Apollonium: Therapy for the Dead’ in H. Baltussen (ed.), Greek and Roman Consolations: Eight Studies of a Tradition and its Afterlife (Swansea, 2013), 123-37.
  • The Circle of Socrates. Readings in the First-Generation Socratics (Hackett 2013). With C. J. Rowe.
  • ‘Antiochus’ Metaphysics’ in D. N. Sedley (ed.), The Philosophy of Antiochus (Cambridge, 2012), 220-36.
  • ‘Time, Creation and the Mind of God: The Afterlife of a Platonist Theory in Origen’, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 40 (2011), 319-37.
  • ‘Human Autonomy and Divine Revelation in Origen’ in S. Swain, S. Harrison, and J. Elsner (edd.), Severan Culture (Cambridge, 2007), 488-99.
  • Seeing the Face, Seeing the Soul Polemon’s Physiognomy from Classical Antiquity to Medieval Islam (Oxford University Press 2007). With S. Swain (also volume editor), J. Elsner, A. Ghersetti, R. Hoyland, I. Repath).
  • ‘Alcinous, Didaskalikos 4: In Defence of Dogmatism’, in M. Bonazzi and V. Celluprica (edd.), L’Eredità Platonica da Arcesilao a Proclo (Naples, 2005), 201-34.
  • ‘Phaedo of Elis and Plato on the Soul’, Phronesis 49 (2004), 1-23.
  • Post-Hellenistic Philosophy: A Study of its Development from the Stoics to Origen (Oxford University Press 2001).

James Robert Brown

Books

The letter C

Michael Caie

Selected Articles

  • “Vagueness and Semantic Indiscriminability”, in Philosophical Studies, Vol. 160, No. 3, 2012.
  • “Belief and Indeterminacy”, in The Philosophical Review, Vol. 121, No. 1, 2012. [Reprinted in The Philosopher’s Annual, Vol. 32, Patrick Grim, Chloe Armstrong, Patrick Shirreff, Nils-Hennes Stear (eds.)].
  • “Rational Probabilistic Incoherence”, in The Philosophical Review, Vol. 122, No. 4, 2013. [Reprinted in The Philosopher’s Annual, Vol. 33, Patrick Grim, Paul Boswell, Daniel Drucker, Sydney Keough (eds.)].
  • “Calibration and Probabilism”, in Ergo, Vol. 1, No. 1 2014.
  • “Metasemantics and Metaphysical Indeterminacy”, in Metasemantics: New Essays on the Foundations of Meaning, Alexis Burgess and Brett Sherman (eds.), Oxford University Press, 2014.
  • “Credence in the Image of Chance”, in Philosophy of Science, Vol. 82, No. 4, 2015.
  • “A Problem for Credal Consequentialism”, in Epistemic Consequentialism, Jeffrey Dunn and Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij (eds.), Oxford University Press, (forthcoming).
  • “Agreement Theorems for Self-Locating Beliefs”, in Review of Symbolic Logic, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2016.
  • “Agreement and Updating for Self-Locating Beliefs”, in Journal of Philosophical Logic, (forthcoming).
  • “Benardete’s Paradox and the Logic of Counterfactuals”, in Analysis, (forthcoming).

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.