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    • The Normative Dimensions of State Action 

      Kaufman, Mitchell Tulley
      States tend to be the centerpiece of International Relations theory, as they are commonly considered the primary actors of international relations. As such, states are commonly analyzed as intentional beings that act on ...
    • Blaming Appropriately 

      Moskalik, Janice
      I argue for an account of blame as a reactive attitude, claiming that respectful blaming attitudes are affective, evaluative attitudes of disapproval directed at the wrongdoer, and are primarily about the wrongness of the ...
    • Modal Truth: Integrating the Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Semantics of the Necessary and the Possible 

      Enden, Brian Lars
      The integration challenge for modality states that metaphysical theories of modality tend to fail in one of two ways: either they render the meanings of modal sentences mysterious, or they render modal knowledge mysterious. ...
    • Intertheoretic Relations in Context: Details, Purpose, and Practice 

      Ricci, Joseph Thomas
      An intertheory comparison should be assessed with regards to what goals it seeks to accomplish. Traditionally reductions have sought to establish ontological primacy, and also to have the reducing theory explain features ...
    • Retributive Hatred as a Reactive Moral Attitude 

      Gee, Jeramy
      Philosophers' attention to negative attitudes has grown in recent decades. However, whereas philosophers have offered a number of descriptions of, and justifications for, attitudes like resentment and contempt, hatred is ...