SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS
Reporting Professional Activities
I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits (Please refer to Parts F, G and H of the individual forms. If an individual has written, let us say, a book, an article, and performed at Carnegie Hall, then list the information in the order given on the form he/she submitted--book, then article, then performance. Repeat as appropriate with the next faculty member, arranging the names in alphabetical order.)
“Kant’s Empiricism in his Refutation of Idealism,” Kantian Review 8 (2004), pp. 62-88.
“Ethics Education and Value Prioritization among
Graham, George A.
Identifying the Mind:
Selected Papers of
“Self-Ascription: Thought Insertion” in J. Radden
(ed.), The Philosophy of Psychiatry.
“Reconceiving Delusion” with G. Lynn Stephens, International Review of Psychiatry, 2004, 16, pp. 236-41.
“Mary Mary Au Contraire” with Terry Horgan, Philosophical Studies, 2005, 122, pp. 203-12.
“Phenomenal Intentionality and the Brain in the Vat” with Terry Horgan and John Tienson, in R. Shantz ed.), The Externalist Challenge, Walter de Gruyter: 2004, pp. 297-317.
Lotter, Dorothea, J.H.
“Frege’s Philosophy of
Language”, 17,500.00 words, in James Fieser/Bradley Dowden (eds.), The
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, (accepted in 2004; publication
delayed due to transfer of the encyclopedia to a new server, anticipated by
“The Place of Logic in Early Analytic Philosophy, or On Why Dummett
Was Wrong”, presented to the Philosophy and Religion Colloquium at Drake University, February 2005, and as
lecture to the ‘Existential Problems in Philosophy’ class (Prof. Charles
Harvey) Dept. of Philosophy and Religion,
lecture: “Dancy and Fumerton
on Coherentism”, presented to the ‘Theories of
Knowledge’ class (Prof. Jennifer McCrickerd), Dept.
of Philosophy and Religion,
“Defeaters and the Basicality of Theistic
Belief,” in Basic Belief and Basic Knowledge: Papers in
Epistemology. Ed. Ron Rood, Sabine Roeser,
and René van Woudenberg (
Joshua Gert. Brute Rationality: Normativity and Human Action.
Time-Awareness, and Hume’s Manners of Appearance,” American Philosophical
Association Central Division Meeting,
Chair, Philosophy of Time colloquium session, American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting, San Francisco, CA, March, 2005.
Time-Awareness, and Hume’s Manners of Appearance,” Atlantic Canada Seminar on
Early Modern Philosophy,
Graham, George A.
Presidential Address, Society for Philosophy and Psychology,
Kennedy, Ralph C.
Paper co-written with Professor Michaelis Michael, “Objects”, presented by Professor Michael to the Philosophy Division of the School of Social Sciences, at the University of New England, in Armidale, New South Wales (Australia) on Thursday April 28th, 2005.
Paper: “Self-Defense and the Deontological Case
against Preventive Intervention: Comments on Steven Lee,” AMITAPHIL Conference,
Paper: “Terrorism and Universal Jurisdiction,” AMITAPHIL and Stanford University Joint Panel on Law, Ethics, and the International Fight against Terrorism, Stanford School of Law, Palo Alto, CA, Nov. 19, 2004
Paper: “Scanlon’s Contractualism
and the Law,” presented at “Themes from Scanlon: An International Conference on
Moral and Political Philosophy,” the Chinese
Paper: “A Theory of Universal Jurisdiction,” XXIIth World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social
"Invited Comments on Sommers," Society for Philosophy and Psychology Annual Meeting, June 2005.
"Invited Comments on Sayre-McCord," American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting, April 2005. Symposium on Moral Realism.
“Motivational Internalism: A New Problem,” Symposium Presentation. American Philosophical Association Pacific Division Meeting, March 2005.
“Motivational Internalism: A New Problem,”
Chair, Ethics Session, 2005 American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting
Graham, George A.
Editorial Boards of:
Behavior and Philosophy
Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology
President, Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Manuscript reviews for Blackwell and Oxford University Press.
Consulting Advisor, Blackwell Companion to Consciousness.
Ethics consultation for Dr. Robert Cosgrove, 10 hours.
Lotter, Dorothea J.H.
Book manuscript referee, Longman Publishers (3 times in 2004)