The Philosopher's Annual presents the ten best articles published in the field of philosophy during the previous year. This volume, the 23rd of the series, represents outstanding work from the philosophy literature of 2000.
Each member of the distinguished nominating board is asked to name three papers that most impressed them from the literature of the previous year. No limitations are placed on a nominated article's source, subject matter, or mode of treatment. This process delivers a diverse collection of engaging, high caliber work that stands as a valuable sample of contemporary work in philosophy.
This year's volume includes papers by: Katalin Balog, Tyler Burge, Cheshire Calhoun, Sally Haslanger, Thomas Hofweber, Philip Kitcher, Charles G. Morgan, Thomas W. Pogge, James Pryor, and Elliott Sober.
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- 1. Conceivability, Possibility, and the Body-Mind Problem
- 2. Ferge on Apriority
- 3. The Virtue of Civility
- 4. Gender and Race: (What) Are They? (What) Do We Want Them To Be?
- 5. Proof-Theoretic Reduction as a Philosopher's Tool
- 6. Parfit's Puzzle
- 7. The Nature of Nonmonotonic Reasoning
- 8. On the Site of Distributive Justice: Reflections on Cohen and Murphy
- 9. The Skeptic and the Dogmatist
- 10. Evolution and the Problem of Other Minds