Friday, January 13, 2017

The Incredible Publication Records of NUS Philosophy Junior Faculty

We have four Assistant Professors at the National University of Singapore. Collectively, they've published 29 articles, 16 of which are single-authored publications in top 10 general-interest journals (according to recent polls). Behold the amazing publication records of my junior colleagues, Weng Hong Tang, Qu Hsueh Ming, Bob Beddor, and Abelard Podgorski!

Weng Hong Tang, PhD 2010, ANU:
  1. Forthcoming: Transparency and Partial Beliefs, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
  2. Forthcoming: Knowledge and Probability, in Hetherington and Valaris, Knowledge in Contemporary Philosophy, Bloomsbury.
  3. 2016: Reliabilism and the Suspension of Belief, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94, 362-77. 
  4. 2016: Reliability Theories of Justified Credence, Mind 125, 63-94. 
  5. 2015: A Note on the Definition of Physicalism, Thought 4, 10-18. (With Ben Blumson)
  6. 2015: Belief and Cognitive Limitations, Philosophical Studies 172, 249-60. 
  7. 2014: Success Semantics and Partial Belief, Journal of Philosophical Research 29, 17-22. 
  8. 2014: Intentionality and Partial Belief, Synthese 191, 1433-50. 
  9. 2012: Regularity Reformulated, Episteme 9, 329-43. 
Qu Hsueh Ming, PhD 2014, NYU:
  1. Forthcoming: Hume’s Doxastic Involuntarism, Mind.
  2. Forthcoming: Hume’s (Ad Hoc?) Appeal to the Calm Passions, Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie.
  3. Forthcoming: Hume’s Internalism in EHU 12, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.
  4. Forthcoming: Hume’s Dispositional Account of the Self, Australasian Journal of Philosophy.
  5. Forthcoming: Hume on Mental Transparency, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly.
  6. 2016: Prescription, Description, and Hume’s Experimental Method, The British Journal for the History of Philosophy 24:2, 279-301. 
  7. 2016: The Title Principle (or lack thereof) in the Enquiry, History of Philosophy Quarterly 33:3, 257-274.
  8. 2014: Hume’s Positive Argument on Induction, Nous 48(4): 595-625. 
  9. 2014: Hume’s Practically Epistemic Conclusions? Philosophical Studies 170(3): 501-524. 
  10. 2012: The Simple Duality: Humean Passions, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 42:supp1, 98-116. 
Bob Beddor, PhD 2016, Rutgers:
  1. Forthcoming: Believing Epistemic Contradictions, (w. Simon Goldstein)  Review of Symbolic Logic.
  2. Forthcoming: Justication as Faultlessness,  Philosophical Studies.
  3. 2015: Process Reliabilism’s Troubles with Defeat, Philosophical Quarterly 65 (259): 145-159.
  4. 2015: Evidentialism, Circularity, and Grounding, Philosophical Studies 172 (7): 1847-1868.
  5. 2015: Reliabilist Epistemology (w. Alvin Goldman), Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Abelard Podgorski, PhD 2016, USC:
  1. Forthcoming: Rational Delay,  Philosopher's Imprint.
  2. Forthcoming: Wouldn't it be Nice: Moral Rules and Distant Worlds, Nous
  3. 2016: A Reply to the Synchronist, Mind 125(499): 859-871.
  4. 2016: Dynamic Permissivism, Philosophical Studies 173(7): 1923-1939.
  5. 2016: Dynamic Conservatism, Ergo 3.
There are many other good young (and older) philosophers in Singapore at Yale-NUS College, Nanyang Technological University, and Singapore Management University, in addition to NUS where I work.



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