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Elizabeth Tropman

References Audi, Robert. 1999. Self-Evidence. Philosophical Perspectives 13: 205-228. Audi, Robert. 2004. The Good in the Right: A Theory of Intuition and Intrinsic Value . Princeton: Princeton University Press. Boghossian, Paul. 1996. Analyticity Reconsidered. Nous 30: 360-391. Copp, David. 2007. Morality in a Natural World: Selected Essays in Metaethics . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Field, Harty. 2000. Apriority as an Evaluative Notion. In New Essays on the A Priori , edited by Paul Boghossian and Christopher

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Giuliano Torrengo

References Davies, Paul. 2002. How to build a Time Machine . London: Penguin Books. Dowe, Phil. 2000. The Case for Time Travel. Philosophy 75: 441–51. Earman, John. 1995. Bangs, Crunches, Whimpers, and Shrieks: Singularities and Acausalities in Relativistic Spacetimes . New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. Goddu, Geoffrey C. 2003. Time Travel and Changing the Past (or how to kill yourself and live to tell the tale). Ratio 16: 16–32. Grey, W. 1999. Troubles with Time Travel. Philosophy 74: 55–70. Lewis, David K

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Marco Ruffino

References Colterjohn, J. and MacIntosh, D. 1987. Gerald Vision and Indexicals. Analysis 47 : 58-60. Frege, G. 1918-1919. Der Gedanke. Eine logische Untersuchung . Beiträge zur Philoophie des deutschen Idealismus III, pp. 36-51. Kaplan, D. 1989. Demonstratives. An Essay on the Semantics, Logic, Metaphysics and Epistemology of Demonstratives and Other Indexicals. In Themes From Kaplan , ed. by Almog, J., Perry, J., Wettstein, H. New York: Oxford University Press. Perry, J. 1979. The Problem of The Essential Indexical. Noûs 13: 3

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Ivar Hannikainen

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João Branquinho

London, England: The MIT Press, 161-76. Kaplan, D. 1988 Demonstratives. An Essay on the Semantics, Logic, Metaphysics, and Epistemology of Demonstratives and other Indexicals. In J. Almog, J. Perry and H. Wettstein, eds. Themes from Kaplan. Oxford and New York, 1988, 481-563. Kripke, S. 1979 A Puzzle about Belief. Reprinted in Salmon and Soames, eds. 1988, 102-48. Perry, J. 1979 The Essential Indexical. Nous 13, 3-21. Richard, M. 1990 Propositional Attitudes: An Essay on Thoughts and How We Ascribe Them

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Simon Kittle

: Oxford University Press. Kittle, Simon. 2015. Abilities to do otherwise. Philosophical Studies 172(11): 3017–35. Mele, Alfred. 2010. Moral responsibility for actions: epistemic and freedom conditions. Philosophical Explorations 13(2): 101–111. Morriss, Peter. 1987. Power: A Philosophical Analysis . Manchester: Manchester University Press. Naylor, Margery Bedford. 1984. Frankfurt on the principle of alternate possibilities. Philosophical Studies 46(2): 249–258. Pereboom, Derk. 2009. Further thoughts about a Frankfurt-style argument

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Felipe Carvalho

Review 115 (3): 355-88. Smith, A. D. 2002. The Problem of Perception . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Tye, M. 2002. Representationalism and the Transparency of Experience. Nous 36: 137-151. Stevens, J.C., Cain, W. S. and Burke, R. J. 1988. Variability of Olfactory Thresholds. Chem. Senses 13: 643-53. Stevenson, R. J. and Wilson, D. A. 2007. Odour Perception: An Object Recognition Approach. Perception 36: 1821-1833. Van Toller, S. 2000. Assessing the Impact of Anosmia: Review of a Questionnaire’s Findings. Chem. Senses

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Pascal Engel

References Bilgrami, A. 1992. Belief and Meaning . Oxford: Blackwell. Boghossian, P. 2003. The normativity of content. Philosophical Issues 13: 31–45. Brandom, R. 1994. Making it Explicit. Harvard: Harvard University Press. Broome, J. 1999. Normative Requirements. Ratio , repr. in Dancy 2000. Bykvist, K. & Hattiangadi, A. 2007. Does Thought Imply Ought ? Analysis 67 (296): 277–285. Dancy, J., ed. 2000. Normativity. Oxford: Blackwell. Davidson, D. 1998. ‘Reply to Pascal Engel,’ in L. Hahn, ed. The Philosophy of

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Berit Brogaard

, P. 1999. Semantics, tense, and time: An essay in the metaphysics of natural language . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Prior, A. N. 1957. Time and Modality , Oxford: Oxford University Press. Prior, A. N. 1959. Thank Goodness that’s over. Philosophy 34: 12-17. Prior, A. N. 1967. Past, Present and Future , Oxford: Clarendon. Richard, M. 1981. Temporalism and Eternalism. Philosophical Studies 39: 1-13. Stalnaker, R. 1970. Pragmatics. Synthese 22. Reprinted in Stalnaker 1999. Stalnaker, R. 1999. Context and Content , Oxford

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Paul R. Daniels

Philosophical Quarterly 13: 145–52. Reprinted in Lewis 1986: 67–80. Lewis, David. 1986. Philosophical Papers, Volume 2 . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Martinez, Manolo. 2011. Travelling in Branching Time. Disputatio 4(26): 59-75. Miller, Kristie. 2005. Time Travel and the Open Future. Disputatio 1(19): 223-232. Miller, Kristie. 2008. Backwards Causation, Time, and the Open Future. Metaphysica 9(2): 173-191. Sider, Theodore. 2005. Traveling in A- and B- Time. The Monist 88: 329-335.