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Ancell, Aaron J.

  1. Flanagan, O., Ancell, A., Martin, S., & Steenbergen, G., Empiricism and normative ethics: What do the biology and the psychology of morality have to do with ethics?, edited by de Wall, F., Churchland, P., Pievani, T. & Stefano, P., Behaviour, vol. 151 (2014), pp. 209-228 (Special Issue on Evolved Morality: The Biology and Philosophy of the Human Conscience.)

Bernstein, Sara J

  1. S.J. Bernstein, What Causally Insensitive Events Tell Us About Overdetermination, Philosophia (2014)
  2. S.J. Bernstein, Two Problems for Proportionality About Omissions, Dialectica (2014)
  3. S.J. Bernstein, A Closer Look at Trumping, Acta Analytica (2014)
  4. S.J. Bernstein, Omission Impossible, Philosophical Studies (2014)
  5. S.J. Bernstein, Review of Mental Causation and Ontology, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (November, 2013)
  6. S.J. Bernstein, Omissions as Possibilities, Philosophical Studies (October, 2013)
  7. S.J. Bernstein, Time Travel and the Movable Present, in God, Freedom, and Ontology: Essays on the Philosophy of Peter van Inwagen (2013)
  8. S.J. Bernstein, Overdetermination Undeterred (2013)

Braddock, Matthew

  1. Braddock, Matthew, Defusing the Demandingness Objection: Unreliable Intuitions, Journal of Social Philosophy, vol. 44 no. 2 (2013), pp. 169-191  [abs]

Buchanan, Allen E

  1. A.E. Buchanan, The Heart of Human Rights, OUP, 2013 (October, 2013)  [abs] [author's comments]

De Brigard, Felipe

  1. F. De Brigard, Is memory for remembering? Recollection as a form episodic hypothetical thinking., Synthese (2013)
  2. F. De Brigard, K.K. Szpunar, D.L. Schacter, Coming to grips with reality: Effect of repeated simulation on the perceived plausibility of episodic counterfactual thoughts, Psychological Science, vol. 24 no. 7 (2013), pp. 1329-1334
  3. F. De Brigard, W. Brady, The effect of what we think may happen on our judgments of responsibility, Review of Philosophy and Psychology, vol. 4 no. 2 (2013), pp. 259-269
  4. (22) Arzi, A., Banerjee, S., Cox, J., De Brigard, F., Doll, B., D’Souza, D., Fairley, J., et al, The significance of cognitive neuroscience: Findings, applications and challenges, in The Cognitive Neuroscience V (2013), MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
  5. P. St. Jacques, F. De Brigard, Neural correlates of autobiographical memory: Methodological Considerations., in The Handbook on the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory. (2013), Wiley-Blackwell
  6. F. De Brigard, What was I thinking? Dennett’s Content and Consciousness and the reality of propositional attitudes, in Content and Consciousness Revisited (2013), Springer
  7. F. De Brigard, Review of “Involuntary Autobiographical Memories”. Dorthe Berntsen. (Cambridge University Press. 2009), Memory Studies (2013)
  8. F. De Brigard, The nature of memory traces, Philosophy Compass (2013)
  9. (5) Schacter, D.L., Benoit, R., De Brigard, F., & Szpunar, K.K, Episodic future thinking and episodic counterfactual thinking: Intersections between memory and decisions., Neurobiology of Learning and Memory (2013)
  10. F. De Brigard; D. Addis; J.H. Ford; D.L. Schacter; K.S. Giovanello, Remembering what could have happened: Neural correlates of episodic counterfactual thinking., Neuropsychologia, vol. 51 no. 12 (2013), pp. 2401-2414

Ferejohn, Michael T

  1. M.T. Ferejohn, Formal Causes: Definition, Explanation, and Primacy in Socratic and Aristotelian Thought (new title) (November, 2013), Oxford University Press, ISBN 978-0-19-969530-0

Flanagan, Owen

  1. O. Flanagan Jr., MORAL SPROUTS AND NATURAL TELEOLOGIES 21st CENTURY MORAL PSYCHOLOGY MEETS CLASSICAL CHINESE PHILOSOPHY (2014), Marquette University Press (Monograph pp. 120 for Aquinas Lecture Series.)
  2. O. Flanagan, Phenomenal Authority: The Epistemic Authority of Alcoholics Anonymous, in The Nature of Addiction, edited by N. Levy (2014), Oxford University Press  [abs]
  3. O. Flanagan & Jing Hu, Han Fei Zi's Philosophical Psychology: Human Nature, Scarcity, and the Neo-Darwinian Consensus, in The State of Nature in Comparative Political Thought: Western and Non-Western Perspectives, edited by Jon D. Carlson & Russelle Arben Fox (2014), Lexington Books
  4. O. Flanagan, PERFORMING ONESELF, in Philosophy of Creativity, edited by E. Samuels & S. B. Kaufmann (2014), Oxford University Press
  5. O. Flanagan, *It Takes a Metaphysics, Raising Virtuous Buddhists*, in *Cultivating Virtue*, edited by Nancy Snow (2014), Oxford University Press  [abs]
  6. Abrol Fairweather & O. Flanagan Jr. (Eds.), Naturalized Virtue Epistemology, edited by Fairweather & Flanagan (2013), Cambridge University Press
  7. O. Flanagan, The Shame of Addiction, FRONTIERS IN PSYCHIATRY (2013), ISSN 8 OCTOBER 2013  [abs] [author's comments]
  8. O. Flanagan, Introduction, in Naturalized Virtue Epistemology, edited by A. Fairweather & O. Flanagan (2013), Cambridge University Press
  9. O. Flanagan, Aaron Ancell, Stephen Martin, Gordon Steenbergen, Empiricism and Normative Ethics What do the biology and the psychology of morality have to do with ethics?, in Evolved Morality: The Biology & Philosophy of Human Conscience, edited by Frans de Waal, P.S. Churchland et al., Behavior (2013), Brill
  10. O. Flanagan, Buddhism and The Scientific Image, Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science (2013)
  11. O. Flanagan & S. Geisz, Confucian Moral Sources, in The Philosophical Challenge from China, edited by Brian Burya (2013), MIT Press
  12. O. Flanagan Jr., The Social Epistemological Normalization of Contestable Narratives:* Stories of Just Deserts, in What Happened In and To Moral Philosophy in the Twentieth Century, edited by Fran O'Rourke (2013), Notre Dame University Press
  13. O. Flanagan Jr., The View From the East Pole: Buddhist and Confucian Tolerance, in Religion and Tolerance, edited by S. Clarke and R. Powell (2013), Oxford University Press  [abs]
  14. O. Flanagan Jr., Identity and Addiction: What Alcoholic Memoirs Teach, in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry, edited by Wm. Fulford et al. (2013), Oxford University Press
  15. Ruth Faden, O. Flanagan et al., 1. Moral Issues of Human-Non-Human Primate Neural Grafting, ., Science 15 July 2005: Vol. 309. no. 5733, pp. 385 – 386 (2005-2006)

Gillespie, Michael A.

  1. M.A. Gillespie, Machiavelli's Modernity and the Christian Tradition, in The Modern Turn (2014), Catholic University Press
  2. M.A. Gillespie, The Anti-Trinitarian Origins of Liberalism, in Boston University Series on Religion and Politics (2014)
  3. M.A. Gillespie, In the Shadow of Modernity, vol. Orientale Lumen IV (2014), Melbourne, Australia
  4. M.A. Gillespie, “Too Many Wins for North Carolina to Reject Medicaid Expansion,”, Raleigh News and Observer, February 19, 2013. (2013)
  5. M.A. Gillespie, “Jean Elshtain: In Memorium,”, Review of Politics (2013)
  6. M.A. Gillespie, The Theological Origins of Modernity, Turkish edition (2013)
  7. M.A. Gillespie and Lucas Perkins, The Dangerous Divide : Between Weak Thought and Practical Politics,", in On Vattimo and Zabala's Hermeneutic Communism On Vattimo and Zabala’s Hermeneutic Communism, edited by Silvia Mazzini (2013), Continuum Press
  8. M.A. Gillespie, Doing Nothing or Nothing Doing, in Nihilism and Contemporary Politics (2013), Van Leer Institute, Jerusalem
  9. M.A. Gillespie, Radical Philosophy and Political Theology, in Religion and Modern European Thought,, edited by Graham Ward, George Pattison and Nicholas Adams (2013), Oxford University Press

Hawkins, Jennifer

  1. J. Hawkins, Well-Being: What Matters Beyond the Mental?, Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics (2015), Oxford University Press (Forthcoming..) [pdf]
  2. J. Hawkins, Well-Being, Time, and Dementia, Ethics, vol. 124 no. 3 (2014), pp. 507-542, ISSN 0014-1704 [675365]

Hoover, Kevin D.

  1. K.D. Hoover, The Role of Hypothesis Testing in the Molding of Econometric Models, Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics (September, 2013)  [abs]
  2. K.D. Hoover, S. Demiralp, and S.J. Perez, “Still Puzzling: Evaluating the Price Puzzle in an Empirically Identified Structural Vector Autoregression”, Empirical Economics (March, 2013)  [abs]
  3. K.D. Hoover, On the Reception of Haavelmo’s Econometric Thought, Journal of the History of Economic Thought (2013)  [abs]
  4. K.D. Hoover and K.J. Juselius, Experiments, Passive Observation and Scenario Analysis: Trygve Haavelmo and the Cointegrated Vector Autoregression, Econometric Theory (2013)  [abs]
  5. K.D. Hoover, Identity, Structure, and Causal Representation in Scientific Models, in Towards the Methodological Turn in the Philosophy of Science: Mechanism and Causality in Biology and Economics, edited by Hsiang-Ke Chao, Szu-Ting Chen, and Roberta Millstein (2013), pp. 35-60, Springer  [abs]

Janiak, Andrew

  1. A. Janiak, Newton's Philosophy, SECOND EDITION, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013)
  2. A. Janiak, Isaac Newton, in Oxford Handbook of British Philosophy in the Seventeenth Century (2013), Oxford University Press

Kraemer, Daniel M

  1. D.M. Kraemer, Normativity From an Organizational Perspective, Biological Theory, vol. (forthcoming) (July 29, 2013)
  2. D.M. Kraemer, Against “Soft” Statistical Information, Philosophical Psychology, vol. (forthcoming) (April, 2013) [09515089.2013.785127#.UY5B_a53Zms]
  3. D.M. Kraemer, Statistical Theories of Functions and the Problem of Epidemic Disease, Biology and Philosophy, vol. 28 no. 3 (March, 2013), pp. 423-438

McShea, Dan

  1. D.W. McShea, (Review of Complexity and the Arrow of Time, C.H. Lineweaver et al., eds.), Science, vol. 342 (2013), pp. 1319-1320
  2. D.W. McShea, Freedom and purpose in biology, in Contingency and Order in History and the Sciences (working title), edited by Peter Harrison (In press)
  3. L. Fleming and D.W. McShea, Drosophila mutants suggest a strong drive toward complexity in evolution, Evolution and Development, vol. 15 , pp. 53-62 (Paper was written up in a Scientific American piece by Carl Zimmer. Attached.)
  4. D.W. McShea and W. Hordijk, Complexity by subtraction, Evolutionary Biology, vol. 40 (2013), pp. 504-520 [doi]
  5. D.W. McShea, Machine wanting, Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, vol. 44 , pp. 679-687 [doi]

Moi, Toril

  1. T. Moi, Hedda's Silences: Beauty and Despair in Hedda Gabler, Modern Drama, vol. 56 no. 4 (Winter, 2014), pp. 434-56
  2. T. Moi, Afterword: How the French Read, New Literary History, vol. 44 no. 2 (Spring, 2014), pp. 299-314
  3. T. Moi, "Det vanskelige ved virkeligheten: Om språk og oppmerksomhet i litteraturen og filosofien” [The difficulty of reality: About language and attention in literature and philosophy], in The Norwegian Academy of Sciences and Letters: Yearbook 2012 (2014), pp. 299-314, Novus Forlag, Oslo (This essay is an earlier version of Språk og oppmerksomhet [Language and Attention].)
  4. T. Moi, Stumhet og kjærlighet: En lesning av Amtmandens Døttre” [Muteness and Love: A Reading of Camilla Collett’s The Sheriff’s Daughters]., in Å bli en stemme, edited by Trond Haugen, Hege Stensrud Høsøien, and Marius Wulfsberg (2014), Nasjonalbiblioteket, Oslo (7,400 words.)
  5. T. Moi, Ibsen's Late Style, in Henrik Ibsen, The Master Builder and Other Plays (2014), Penguin Books, London and New York (9,000 words.)
  6. T. Moi, Dikteren og døden [The aging writer and death; about Ibsen], Morgenbladet (Oslo) (December 12, 2013), pp. 28-30
  7. T. Moi, Mot til å overleve [Courage to survive], Essay on Vigdis Hjorth, Fryd og Fare, Morgenbladet (Oslo) (November 22, 2013), pp. 52-53
  8. T. Moi, Å skrive er å tenke [Writing is Thinking; about the importance of writing in society], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (August 10, 2013), pp. 50-51
  9. T. Moi, Den bedagelige norske studenten [The laid-back Norwegian student; about drop-out rates], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (July 6, 2013), pp. 42-43
  10. T. Moi, Den innbilt syke? [The imaginary invalid? About female Viagra], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (June 1, 2013), pp. 62-63
  11. T. Moi, Feminisme sett fra toppen [Top-down feminism; about Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (May 4, 2013), pp. 62-63
  12. T. Moi, Kongelige kropper [Royal Bodies; about the controversy surrounding Hilary Mantel's remarks about the Duchess of Cambridge], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (March 23, 2013), pp. 58-59
  13. T. Moi, Å bli den amerikanske drømmen [To become the American dream; About Sonia Sotomayor's My Beloved World], Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (March 16, 2013), pp. 50-51
  14. T. Moi, Pillars of Society, Program Note, Dramaten Theater, Stockholm (February, 2013)
  15. T. Moi, "Stumhet og kjærlighet" [Muteness and Love; about Camilla Collett's novel Amtmandens Døttre], Morgenbladet (Oslo) (February 1, 2013), pp. 41-43
  16. T. Moi, "Å bli en stemme" [To become a voice; about Camilla Collett's 200th anniversary), Dagens Næringsliv (Oslo) (January 19, 2013), pp. 54-55
  17. T. Moi, Språk og oppmerksomhet [Language and Attention] (2013), pp. 93, Aschehoug, Oslo (A long essay, published as a pamphlet. 14,000 words..)
  18. T. Moi, Shame and Openness: On Karl Ove Knausgård,, Salmagundi Magazine no. 107 (Winter), pp. 205-10 (Translated by Toril Moi and Anders Firing Lunde..)
  19. T. Moi, 'Something That Might Resemble a Kind of Love': Fantasy and Realism in Henrik Ibsen's Little Eyolf, in Understanding Love Through Philosophy, Film, and Fiction, edited by Susan Wolf and Christopher Grau (2013), pp. 185-208, Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford

Neander, Karen L

  1. K. Neander, Biological Functions, in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (December, 2013)
  2. K.L. Neander, "Toward an Informational Teleosemantics", in Millikan and Her Critics, edited by Justine Kingsbury  [abs]

Norman, Wayne

  1. W. Norman, Is there a "Point" to Markets? A Response to Martin, Business Ethics Journal Review, vol. 2 no. 4 (2014), pp. 22-28, ISSN 2326-7526 [available here]

Park, John J.

  1. J.J. Park, Prototypes, Exemplars, and Theoretical & Applied Ethics, Neuroethics, vol. 6 (2013), pp. 237-247 [PDF]
  2. J.J. Park, The Hard Problem of Consciousness & the Progressivism of Scientific Explanation, Journal of Consciousness Studies (2013) (forthcoming.) [Word, PDF]

Rosenberg, Alexander

  1. A. Rosenberg and William Lane Craig, "The debate: Is faith in God reasonable?", in Is Faith in God Reasonable? Debates in Philosophy, Science and Rhetoric, Routledge Studies inthe Philosophy of Religion, edited by Corey Miller and Paul Gould (2014), Routledge
  2. A. Rosenberg, Reflexivity, Uncertainty and the Unity of Science, Review of Economic Methodology (Winter, 2013), pp. 14
  3. A. Rosenberg, Philosphy of Science: A Contemporary Approach, Second Edition, portuguese translation (Summer, 2013), Edicioes Loyola, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  4. A. Rosenberg, "Theism and Allism", in The Philosophy of Peter Van Inwagen, edited by John Christopher Adorno Keller (2013), Oxford University Press
  5. A. Rosenberg and Tyler Curtain, "What is economics good for?" (2013), The New York Times [available here]
  6. A. Rosenberg, "Free markets and the myth of earned inequalities", 3AM Magazine (2013) [available here]
  7. A. Rosenberg, "From rational choice to reflexivity", Economic Thought (on-line) (2013), pp. 32 [available here]
  8. A. Rosenberg, Atheist's Guide to Reality--Audiobook (2013), [B00D6TVY84]
  9. A. Rosenberg, "Why I am a naturalist", in The Armchair or the Laboratory, edited by Matthew Haug (2013), pp. 32-35, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-53131-3
  10. A. Rosenberg, "Reply to critics", in Is Faith in God Reasonable? Debates in Philosophy, Science and Rhetoric, Routledge Studies in the Philosophy of Religion, edited by Corey Miller and Paul Gould (2013), Routledge
  11. A. Rosenberg, "Can naturalism save the humanities?", in The Armchair or the Laboratory, edited by Matthew Haug (2013), pp. 39-42, Routledge
  12. A. Rosenberg, "Disenchanted Naturalism", in Contemporary Philosophical Naturalism and Its Implications, edited by Bana Bashour and Hans Muller (2013), pp. 17-36, Routledge, London

Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter

  1. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Robert J. Fogelin, Understanding Arguments, Ninth Edition, Concise Version (January, 2014), pp. 350, Cengage
  2. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Robert J. Fogelin, Understanding Arguments, Ninth Edition, Complete Version (January, 2014), pp. 494, Cengage
  3. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, editor, Moral Psychology, Volume 4: Freedom and Responsibility (2014), MIT Press (Forthcoming collection of original chapters based on a conference at Duke University.)
  4. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Do Psychopaths Refute Internalism?, in Being Amoral: Psychopathy and Moral Incapacity, edited by Thomas Schramme (2014), MIT Press (Forthcoming.)
  5. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Moral Disagreements with Psychopaths, in Challenges to Moral and Religious Belief: Disagreement and Evolution, edited by Michael Bergmann (2014), Oxford University Press (Forthcoming.)  [author's comments]
  6. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Are Addicts Responsible?, in Addiction and Responsibility, edited by Neil Levy (2014), Oxford University Press
  7. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Adina Roskies, Introduction to Neuroscience and Society, in The Cognitive Neurosciences V, edited by Michael Gazzaniga and Ronald Mangum (2014), MIT Press
  8. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin G. Miller, What Makes Killing Wrong?, Journal of Medical Ethics, vol. 39 no. 1 (January, 2013), pp. 3-7 (This was a lead article followed by four comments. Online First, published on January 19, 2012 as 10.1136/medethics-2011-100351.)  [author's comments]
  9. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Franklin G. Miller, Killing versus totally disabling: a reply to critics, Journal of Medical Ethics, vol. 39 no. 1 (January, 2013), pp. 12-14 (Online First, published on November 17, 2012 as 10.1136/medethics-2012-100948.)
  10. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Are Moral Judgments Unified?, in Report, Science of Morality Workshop: Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Approaches Now and in the Future, edited by Steven Hitlin and Jan Stets (2013), pp. 96-98, Sociology Program, Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, National Science Foundation, 2009  [author's comments]
  11. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Shannon Sullivan, editors, The Ethics of War and Terrorism (2013), Lulu Press  [author's comments]
  12. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Thalia Wheatley, Are Moral Judgments Unified?, Philosophical Psychology (2013) (DOI:10.1080/09515089.2012.736075.)
  13. Eyal Aharoni, Gina M. Vincent, Carla L. Harenski, Vince D. Calhoun, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Michael S. Gazzaniga, & Kent A. Kieh, Neuroprediction of Future Rearrest, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2013) (
  14. Alexander Schlegel, Prescott Alexander, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Adina Roskies, Peter U. Tse, and Thalia Wheatley, Barking Up the Wrong Free, Experimental Brain Research (2013) (Published online 28 March 2013. DOI 10.1007/s00221-013-3479-3.)
  15. Jana Schaich Borg, Rachel E. Kahn, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Robert Kurzban, Paul H. Robinson, & Kent A. Kiehl, Subcomponents of Psychopathy have Opposing Correlations with Punishment Judgment, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 105 no. 4 (2013), pp. 667-687
  16. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Free Contrastivism, in Contrastivism in Philosophy, edited by Martijn Blaauw (2013), Routledge and Kegan Paul
  17. Thomas Nadelhoffer and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Is Psychopathy a Mental Illness?, in Neuroscience and Responsibility, edited by Nicole Vincent (2013), Oxford University Press
  18. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, How Religion Undermines Compromise, in Religion, Intolerance, and Conflict, edited by Steve Clark, Russell Powell, and Julian Savulescu (2013), Oxford University Press
  19. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Hannah Pickard, What is Addiction?, in Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry, edited by K. W. M. Fulford, Martin Davies, Richard G. T. Gipps, George Graham, John Z. Sadler, Giovanni Stranghelllini, and Tim Thornton (2013), Oxford University Press
  20. Kent Kiehl and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, editors, Oxford Handbook of Psychopathy and Law (2013), Oxford University Press (Collection of original chapters.)
  21. Ilina Singh and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, editors, Bioprediction of Bad Behavior (2013), Oxford University Press (Collection of original chapters based on a conference.)
  22. Thomas Nadelhoffer, Dena Gromet, Geoffrey Goodwin, Eddy Nahmias, Chandra Sripada, and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, The Mind, the Brain, and the Law, in The Future of Punishment, edited by Thomas Nadelhoffer (2013), Oxford University Press
  23. Jana Schaich Borg and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Do Psychopaths Make Moral Judgments?, in The Oxford Handbook of Psychopathy and Law, edited by Kent Kiehl and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (2013), Oxford University Press
  24. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Are Addicts Responsible?, in Addiction and Self-Control: Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience, edited by Neil Levy , Oxford University Press

Wong, David

  1. D. Wong, "On Learning What Happiness Is", Philosophical Topics: Special Issue on Happiness (2015)  [abs]
  2. D. Wong, "Reconciling the Tension between Similarity and Difference in Critical Hermeneutics", in The Agon of Interpretations: Towards a Critical Interncultural Hermeneutics, edited by Ming Xie (2014), pp. 165-186, University of Toronto  [abs]
  3. D. Wong, "Integrating Philosophy with Anthropology in an Approach to Morality", Anthropological Theory, vol. 14 no. 3 (2014), pp. 336-55  [abs]
  4. D. Wong, "Growing Virtue: The Theory and Science of Developing Compassion from a Mencian Perspective", in The Philosophical Challenge from China, edited by Brian Bruya (2014?), MIT Press  [abs]
  5. D. Wong, Response to Blum, Response to Geisz and Sadler, Response to Hansen, Response to Gowans, Response to Bloomfield and Massey, Response to Huang, in Moral Relativism and Chinese Philosophy: David Wong and his Critics, edited by Yang Xiao and Yong Huang (2014), pp. 183-278, SUNY Press  [abs]
  6. D. Wong, "The Different Faces of Love in a Good Life", in Moral Cultivation and Confucian Character: Engaging Joel J. Kupperman, edited by Chengyang Li and Peimin Ni (2014), pp. 97-126, SUNY Press
  7. D. Wong, "Xunzi as Moral Craftsman", in Contemporary Philosophy in the Age of Globalization, v. 3, Hawaii Conference, edited by Takahiro Nakajima & Tomokazu Baba (2014), pp. 19-32, Contemporary Philosophy in the Age of Globalization  [abs]
  8. D. Wong, with commentaries by Levy, Shun, Shweder, and Slingerland, Early Confucian Philosophy and the Development of Compassion, Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, vol. special issue (2014)  [abs]
  9. D. Wong, commentators Neil Levy, Kwong-Loi Shun, Richard Shweder, and Edward Slingerland, Philomathia Lectures on Human Values: Early Confucian Philosophy and the Development of Compassion, Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, vol. Special issue (2014or 2015)  [abs]
  10. D. Wong, The Philomathia Lectures: Early Confucian Philosophy and the Development of Compassion, in Projected special issue of Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy (2014or 2015)  [abs]
  11. D. Wong, "Cultivating the Self with Others", in Dao Companion to the Analects, edited by Amy Oberding (Fall, 2013), pp. 171-198, Blackwell (This chapter is on the moral psychology of the Analects..)  [abs]
  12. N. Hassoun & D. Wong, Sustaining Cultures in the Face of Globalization, Culture and Dialogue, vol. 2 no. 2 (2013), pp. 73-98 (Journal date is 2012, but it has come out in 2013.)  [abs]
  13. D. Wong, "Chinese Ethics" (5 year update in 2013), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013) [available here]
  14. D. Wong, "Mencius", in International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Hugh LaFollette (2013), Blackwell
  15. D. Wong, "Morality, Definition of", in International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Hugh LaFollette (2013), Blackwell
  16. D. Wong, "Relativism, Moral", in International Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Hugh LaFollette (2013), Blackwell
  17. N. Hassoun and D. Wong, "Conserving Nature, Preserving Identity", Journal of Chinese Philosophy , accepted 2013  [abs]

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