Below are published papers that were featured — in an earlier form — as contributed papers or invited commentaries in a previous Minds Online conference. Minds Online’s contributed papers receive invited comments from leading scholars. Invited commenters read the paper well in advance of the conference and write up comments before the conference begins. Having these careful comments accompany each contributed paper enhances discussion and — as many contributors tells us — helps contributors improve their papers for publication.
Beebe, J. R., & Monaghan, J. (forthcoming). Epistemic Closure in Folk Epistemology. Oxford Studies in Experimental Philosopohy. Brown, D. H. (2015). Colour Layering and Colour Relationalism. Minds and Machines, 25(2), 177–191. Cohen, J. (2016). Chromatic layering and color relationalism. Minds and Machines, 26(3), 287–301. Farrell, J. (2016). “What it is Like” Talk is not Technical Talk. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 23(9–10), 50–65. Fischborn, M. (2016). Libet-style experiments, neuroscience, and libertarian free will. Philosophical Psychology. ———. (2016). Neuroscience and the possibility of locally determined choices: Reply to Adina Roskies and Eddy Nahmias. Philosophical Psychology, 0(0), 1–4. Roskies, A., & Nahmias, E. (2016). “Local determination”, even if we could find it, does not challenge free will: Commentary on Marcelo Fischborn. Philosophical Psychology, 1–9. Westra, E. (2016). Pragmatic Development and the False Belief Task. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1–23.
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