Over the past few years, an interesting development in experimental philosophy has been work on the “ought implies can” principle (OIC) in commonsense morality. Several […]
Photo credit: Tristan Schmurr Lying is an important social and moral category. We react negatively to liars and their lies. But what is it to […]
I communcate with lots of academics regularly, as I'm sure most readers of this blog do. This is not surprising. But what I do find […]
I have funding to support two graduate students to work with me on SSHRC-funded projects: one on the norms of assertion and related issues in […]
The contemporary debate over the constitutive norms of assertion, as well as related debates about the norms of belief and action, and the nature of […]
Clayton posted here and linked from there. I'll post there and link from here.
Jamie and Mark have already had some very helpful things to say about this in email correspondence. I wanted to open up the discussion and […]