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The libertarian dilemma, incompatibilist transfer principles, and agent causation
Meaning, reasons, and endorsement
A contextualist justification of deliberative democracy
Moral dilemmas in the context of virtue ethics
Reasons, rationality and the wide-scope approach to instrumental reason
Justifying defensive war against mitigated aggression
Beyond political obligation: Reconceptualizing the individual's relationship to political institutions
Justification and entitlement
Practical rationality and committed action
A person as a lifetime: An Aristotelian account of persons
On the Parfitian psychological approach to personal identity
The Formation and Function of Stoic Conceptions
The Horizon of Birth
The Possibility of Acting from Duty
The Cognitive Significance of Kant's third "Critique"
Intentional Actions: Explanation and Epistemology
The Pelagian Controversy: A Heresy in its Intellectual Context
Inter-Sovereign Justice: An Alternate Model of Economic and Political Justice Between Sovereign Nations
Signifying Nothing: How Fiction Represents
Rethinking Race, Recognition, and the Politics of Education After Judith Butler's "Gender Trouble"
William of Ockham and the Opening of Phenomenology
Signifying Nothing: The Problem of Language in Gorgias
Specialized mechanisms for theory of mind: Evidence for a co-option theory
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