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Bariselli, Michela (2019) Samuel Beckett’s humour: attuning philosophy and literary criticism. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:

Benocci, Matteo (2019) Endurance and parthood. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:

Borg, Emma (2019) Explanatory roles for minimal content. Nous, 53 (3). pp. 513-539. ISSN 1468-0068 doi:

Borg, Emma and Hooker, Bradford (2019) Epistemic virtues vs. ethical values in the financial services sector. Journal of Business Ethics, 155 (1). pp. 17-27. ISSN 1573-0697 doi:

Borg, Emma, Salomons, Tim and Hansen, Nat (2019) The meaning of pain expressions and pain communication. In: van Rysewyk, Simon (ed.) Meanings of Pain. Springer, pp. 261-282. ISBN 9783030241537 doi:


Elson, Luke (2019) Can Streumer simply avoid supervenience? Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy, 16 (3). pp. 259-267. ISSN 1559-3061 doi:

Elson, Luke (2019) Probabilistic promotion and ability. Ergo, 6 (34). 20200313. ISSN 2330-4014 doi:


Francis, Kathryn, Beaman, Philip and Hansen, Nat (2019) Stakes, Scales, and Skepticism. Ergo, 6 (16). ISSN 2330-4014 doi:

Franken Figueiredo, Florian (2019) Function as use. Wittgenstein's practical turn in the early manuscripts. Philosophical Investigations, 42 (1). pp. 66-96. ISSN 0190-0536 doi:


Grindrod, Jumbly (2019) Computational beliefs. Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy. ISSN 1502-3923 doi:

Grindrod, Jumbly (2019) Depth, value, and context. Ergo, 6 (24). ISSN 2330-4014 doi:

Grindrod, Jumbly and Borg, Emma (2019) Questions under discussion and the semantics/pragmatics divide. Philosophical Quarterly, 69 (275). pp. 418-426. ISSN 1467-9213 doi:

Grindrod, Jumbly, Andow, James and Hansen, Nat (2019) Third-person knowledge ascriptions: a crucial experiment for contextualism. Mind and Language, 34 (2). pp. 158-182. ISSN 1468-0017 doi:


Oderberg, David ORCID logoORCID: (2019) The Metaphysics of Good and Evil. Routledge, pp226. ISBN 9780367408640

Oderberg, David (2019) On a so-called demonstration of the causal power of absences. Studia Neoaristotelica, 16 (1). pp. 141-148. ISSN 1804-6843 doi:

Oderberg, David S. (2019) Death, unity and the brain. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics, 40 (5). pp. 359-379. ISSN 1573-1200 doi:

Oderberg, David S. (2019) How special is medical conscience? The New Bioethics, 25 (3). pp. 207-220. ISSN 2050-2885 doi:


Preston, John (2019) Mach, Wittgenstein, science and logic. In: Stadler, Friedrich (ed.) Ernst Mach - Life, Work, Influence. Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook (22). Springer International Publishing, pp. 63-90. ISBN 9783030043773 doi:


Schroeder, Severin (2019) Reasons, causes, desires, and dispositions. In: Schumann, Gunnar (ed.) Explanation in Action Theory and Historiography: Causal and Teleological Approaches. Routledge. ISBN 9781138584402

Schroeder, Severin (2019) Sentimentality as an aesthetic flaw. In: Carmona, Carla and Levinson, Jerrold (eds.) Aesthetics, Literature, and Life: Essays in honor of Jean Pierre Cometti. Aesthetics. Mimesis International, Italy. ISBN 9788869771804

Schroeder, Severin (2019) Wittgenstein on aesthetics and philosophy. Revista de Historiografía, 32. pp. 11-21. ISSN 2445-0057 doi:

Schroeder, Severin and Preston, John (2019) Explication, description and enlightenment. In: Analysis and Explication in 20th Century Philosophy. Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, 22. Brill, pp. 106-120.

Schroeder, Severin and Tomany, Harry (2019) Friedrich Waismann’s philosophy of mathematics. In: Friedrich Waismann: The Open Texture of Analytic Philosophy. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 67-88. ISBN 9783030250089

Shardimgaliev, Marat (2019) Implicatures in judicial opinions. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 32 (2). pp. 391-415. ISSN 1572-8722 doi:


Van Gils, Aart (2019) The aggregation problem for Scanlonian Contractualism: an exploration of the relevance view, mixed solutions, and why Scanlonian Contractualists could be, and perhaps should be, Restricted Prioritarians. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:

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