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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 ...
  • Measuring critical thinking about deeply held beliefs: Can the California Critical Thinking Dispositions Inventory help?

    Goldberg, Ilan Yaakov; Kingsbury, Justine; Bowell, Tracy; Howard, Darelle Jane (2015)
    The California Critical Thinking Dispositions Inventory (CCTDI) is a commonly used tool for measuring critical thinking dispositions. However, research on the efficacy of the CCTDI in predicting good thinking about students’ ...
  • The philosophical use and misuse of science

    Kingsbury, Justine; Dare, Tim (Wiley Blackwell, 2017)
    Science is our best way of finding out about the natural world, and philosophers who write about that world ought to be sensitive to the claims of our best science. There are obstacles, however, to outsiders using science ...

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