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Art, Value and Character
Some artworks manifest moral attitudes. I clarify and defend an argument to the effect that these works can be aesthetically better merely because morally good people skilfully produced them.
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Moral facts and suitably informed subjects
The nature of moral facts, and their relationship to rationality, imagination and sentiment, have been central and pressing issues in recent moral philosophy. In this paper, I discuss and criticise aExpand
The Autonomy of Aesthetic Judgement
In recent work, Robert Hopkins has argued that aesthetic judgements are autonomous. When a subject finds herself diverging in judgement from a group of others who, while independently applying theExpand
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Moral Facts and Suitably Informed Subjects: A Reply to Denham
The nature of moral facts, and their relationship to rationality, imagination and sentiment, have been central and pressing issues in recent moral philosophy. In this paper, I discuss and criticise aExpand
Responding to Aesthetic Reasons
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Traditional epistemology reconsidered a reply to Eflin
In this article, I reply to Juli Eflin's “Epistemic Presuppositions and Their Consequences.” I query Eflin's construal of the aims, scope and method of traditional epistemology, and go on to evaluateExpand
The many minds account of vagueness
This paper presents an new epistemicist account of vagueness, one that avoids standard arbitrariness worries by exploiting a plenitudinous metaphysic.
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Serial Fiction, The End?
Andrew McGonigal (2013) presents some interesting data concerning truth in serial fictions. Such data has been taken by McGonigal, Cameron, and Caplan to motivate some form of contextualism orExpand
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Truth, Relativism, and Serial Fiction
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