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  • Definitions: Does disjunction mean dysfunction?

    Kingsbury, Justine; McKeown-Green, Jonathan (The Journal of Philosophy Inc, 2009)
    Our concern in this paper is with definitions that are not conjunctive. In particular, our concern is with definitions of things of a kind K which allege that there is a bunch of conditions, each of which is sufficient, ...
  • Jackson’s armchair: The only chair in town?

    Kingsbury, Justine; McKeown-Green, Jonathan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    Are all the facts about nations, cultures and economies really just facts about people's mental states and their interactions? Are all of the properties which determine whether or not a thing is a work of art really just ...
  • Learning and selection

    Kingsbury, Justine (Springer, 2008)
    Are learning processes selection processes? This paper takes a slightly modified version of the account of selection presented in Hull et al. (Behav Brain Sci 24:511–527, 2001) and asks whether it applies to learning ...
  • A proper understanding of Millikan

    Kingsbury, Justine (Springer, 2006)
    Ruth Millikan’s teleological theory of mental content is complex and often misunderstood. This paper motivates and clarifies some of the complexities of the theory, and shows that paying careful attention to its details ...
  • Putting the burden of proof in its place: When are differential allocations legitimate?

    Dare, Tim; Kingsbury, Justine (University of Memphis, 2008)
    It is widely assumed that legitimate differential allocations of the burden of proof are ubiquitous: that in all cases in which opposing views are being debated, one side has the responsibility of proving their claim and ...

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