Selection of current publications
Eigi, J. (2019). How to think about shared norms and pluralism without circularity: A reply to Anna Leuschner, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 75: 51-56.
Tooming, U. (2019). Active desire, Philosophical Psychology, Online first
Sova, H. (2019). A Non-substantial Meta-semantics for Global Expressivism, Acta Analytica Online first.
Kattago, S. (2019). Statelessness, Refugees, and Hospitality: Reading Arendt and Kant in the Twenty-First Century, New German Critique 46:15-40.
Frances, B. (2018). Why the vagueness paradox is amazing, Think 17:27-38.
Orsi, F. (2018). Mill and sexual reform, Think 17:101-112.
Yli‐Vakkuri, J. and Hawthorne, J. (2018). The Necessity of Mathematics, Nous, Online first
Fritz, P., Hawthorne, J. and Yli-Vakkuri, J. (2018). Operator arguments revisited, Philosophical Studies, Online first
Mets, A. (2018). A Philosophical Critique of the Distinction of Representational and Pragmatic Measurements on the Example of the Periodic System of Chemical Elements, Foundations of Science, Online first.
Tooming, U. (2018). There is Something about the Image: A Defence of the Two‐Component View of Imagination, Dialectica, 72: 121-139.
Orsi, F. (2018). Normative Judgment and Rational Requirements: A Reply to Ridge, Analytic Philosophy, 59: 281-290.
Kitsik, E.(2018). Explication as a Strategy for Revisionary Philosophy, Synthese, Online First: 1-22.
Simm, K. (2018). Can Theories of Global Justice Be Useful in Humanitarian Response?, Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, 27: 261-270.
Strohminger, M. and Yli-Vakkuri, J. (2018). Knowledge of objective modality, Philosophical Studies, Online first.
Eigi, J., Velbaum, K., Lõhkivi, E., Simm, K., Kokkov, K. (2018) Supervision, mentorship and peer networks: how Estonian early career researchers get (or fail to get) support, Roars Transactions, a Journal on Research Policy and Evaluation, 6: 1-16.
Frances, B. and Matheson, J. (2018) Disagreement, Edward N. Zalta (toim) The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2018 Edition).
Kitsik, E. (2018). Answering Existence Questions in the Best Language for Inquiry, Philosophia, Online first: 1-16.
Puusepp, V. (2018). Can the problem of the observability of other minds be solved in the lab?: Comment on “Seeing mental states: An experimental strategy for measuring the observability of other minds” by Cristina Becchio et al., Physics of Life Reviews.
Talpsepp-Randla, E. (toim.) (2017). Contemporary Questions of Metaphysics in Science: NNPS 2016, Studia Philosophica Estonica, Vol. 10.1.