Essentialist Intuitions: How do conscious and unconscious intuitions influence philosophical theories?
Carnival III: The Revenge
Poverty of Stimulus in Ethics: Some Criticisms: The poverty of stimulus argument used in ethics.
Phenomenology of Free Will: Dan Wegner's work on conscious will, and some of its implications.
Derrida: Rest in peace.
What Is Philosophy? A Few Thoughts from a Non-Expert on the Passing of Derrida and Reactionst To It: The prejudices and failures of analytic philosophers.
Fodor, Derrida, and Analytical Ennui: Why don't people read analytic philosophers? This is why.
Circling Emerson: A quote from Emerson's "Circles."
Family Resemblance Philosophers: What is analytic philosophy?
If We Had a Cognitive Account of Counterfactuals, This Would Be It: My first stab at a theory of counterfactuals.
Philosophers' Carnival IV: This Time Its Personal
Memory and Epistemology: The role of memory in epistemology.
The Internet and the Extended Mind
Counterfactuals and the Real World: Counterfactual vs. factual reasoning.
Buridan's Ass: I don't think it's a real problem. Do you?
Late Night Generalizations About Philosophers' Intuitions: More ranting about the focus on intuitions.
Buridan's Ass Takes a Random Walk: Random walk wodels and Buridan's ass.
Philosophers' Carnival VI: The Aussie Connection
Who's On First?: First philosophies and 20th century philosophy of mind and language.
James on Tolerance: Passages from a series of lectures by William James.
Experimental Philosophy Naturalized: Commentary on "Experimental Philosophy."
The Lazy Brain: The brain works hard not to think.
What, if Anything, Can Evolutionary Stories Tell Us About Human Cognition?: Contra evolutionary psychology.
Philosophers' Carnival VII: Holiday Edition
What the Cognitive Scientists Believe: Cognitive scientists answer the question, "What do you believe, but cannot prove?"
How to Study Intuitions: Examples from the Adult and Developmental Literatures: Examples of experimental techniques that experimental philosophers can draw on.
Guide to the Philosophy of Mind: Chalmer's collection of entries to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
I Didn't Even Notice That You Had a New Head: Change blindness experiments and explanations.