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Philosopher’s Annual Announces “Ten Best” Papers of 2008

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This year’s winners (soon to be on-line here) are as follows:

Fabrizio Cariani (Northwestern), Marc Pauly (Groningen) & Josh Snyder, “Decision Framing in Judgment Aggregation” from Synthese

Thomas Forster (East Anglia), “The Iterative Conception of Set” from the Review of Symbolic Logic

Tamar Szabó Gendler (Yale), “Alief and Belief” from the Journal of Philosophy

Daniel Jacobson (Michigan), “Utilitarianism without Consequentialism: The Case of John Stuart Mill” from the Philosophical Review

Penelope Maddy (UC Irvine), “How Applied Mathematics Became Pure” from the Review of Symbolic Logic

Cheryl Misak (Toronto), “Experience, Narrative and Ethical Deliberation” from Ethics

Agustin Rayo (MIT), “Vague Representation” from Mind

Mark Schroeder (USC), “How Expressivists Can and Should Solve their Problems with Negation” from Noûs

Michael G. Titelbaum (Wisconsin), “The Relevance of Self-Locating Beliefs” from the Philosophical Review

Kai von Fintel (MIT) & Anthony S. Gillies (Rutgers), “CIA Leaks” from the Philosophical Review。

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