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  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    Computation Current Operations Are Supported By The Offices of the Provost the Dean of Humanities and Sciences and the Dean of Research Stanford University The SEP Library Fund containing contributions from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the membership dues of academic and research libraries that have joined SEPIA The John Perry Fund and The SEP Fund containing contributions from private donors and individual readers The Friends of the

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  • Advanced Tools (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
    bar which will allow you to send search queries directly to our search engine To install on Firefox Safari and OmniWeb other web browsers have not been tested simply drag and drop the following link to your Bookmarks Bar SEP Search A Note for Mac OS X Safari users For some reason this bookmark won t work when the Bookmarks window is open Placing this bookmark either in the Bookmarks Menu folder or the Bookmarks Bar allows it to be activated without opening the Bookmarks window A search plugin for Open Search compliant browsers e g Firefox Mozilla Internet Explorer which allows the users to choose the SEP as the search engine to use in the search bar This was written by Simon R Ives Download Search PlugIn An iGoogle SEP search gadget for your iGoogle page written by Benno Kruit Download iGoogle SEP Search Gadget An SEP search widget for Mac OS X Dashboard app written Hakim Jonas Ghoula Download Zipped SEP Search Widget for Mac OS X Dashboard Print Tools Advanced One of our subject editors John MacFarlane has created a useful CLI command line interface print tool sep offprint that runs under Perl and takes as an

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  • Table of Contents

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  • What's New
    Changes to Main text Bibliography notes html Existence Michael Nelson NEW October 10 2012 Juan Luis Vives Joannes Ludovicus Vives Lorenzo Casini REVISED October 9 2012 Changes to Bibliography The Definition of Art Thomas Adajian REVISED October 9 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Desiderius Erasmus Charles Nauert REVISED October 8 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Causal Decision Theory Paul Weirich REVISED October 5 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Divine Providence Hugh J McCann REVISED October 5 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography notes html Jonathan Edwards William Wainwright REVISED October 3 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Pornography and Censorship Caroline West REVISED October 1 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Innateness and Contemporary Theories of Cognition Jerry Samet and Deborah Zaitchik NEW October 1 2012 Pantheism William Mander NEW October 1 2012 Philosophy of History Daniel Little REVISED September 28 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Quantum Field Theory Meinard Kuhlmann REVISED September 27 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Internet resources cm qm qft png Mary Wollstonecraft Sylvana Tomaselli REVISED September 26 2012 Changes to Bibliography Fideism Richard Amesbury REVISED September 26 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography John Rawls Leif Wenar REVISED September 24 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography Internet resources Gilles Deleuze Daniel Smith and John Protevi REVISED September 24 2012 Changes to Main text Bibliography The Ethics of Clinical Research David Wendler REVISED September 20 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography Internet resources and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Herbert Spencer David Weinstein REVISED September 17 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Plotinus Lloyd Gerson REVISED September 15 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Friedrich Hayek David Schmidtz NEW September 15 2012 Formal Representations of Belief Franz Huber REVISED September 14 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography Internet resources and are available in Fall 2012 Edition God and Other Necessary Beings Matthew Davidson REVISED September 13 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Walter Chatton Rondo Keele REVISED September 12 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Empedocles Richard Parry REVISED September 11 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Constitutionalism Wil Waluchow REVISED September 11 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography notes html and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Antoine Le Grand Patricia Easton REVISED September 10 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Main text Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Judah Abrabanel Aaron Hughes REVISED September 10 2012 Changes are prior to September 21 2012 Bibliography and are available in Fall 2012 Edition Beauty Crispin Sartwell NEW September 4 2012 Combinatory Logic Katalin Bimbó

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  • Editorial Information (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
    will be refereed by one or more of the subject editors on our Editorial Board or by one or more external referees who have been approved by a member of the Editorial Board Authors are expected to engage any constructive criticisms they receive during the referee process prior to publication Authors should note however that no matter whether they have been invited or approved by one of these subject editors our goal of producing a high quality reference work requires us to admit the possibility that some submitted entries may not be accepted for publication Readers of the Encyclopedia are encouraged to contact authors directly with comments corrections and other suggestions for improvements It remains the responsibility of authors to maintain their entries and to keep them current Authors are expected revise their entries in a timely way both 1 in response to important new research on the topic of the entry and 2 in response to any valid criticism they receive whether it comes from the subject editors on our Editorial Board other members of the profession or interested readers In connection with 1 authors should update the Bibliography and Other Internet Resources sections of their entries regularly to keep pace with significant new publications both in print and on the web In connection with 2 the validity of criticism shall be determined by the Principal Editor typically in consultation with the relevant members of the Editorial Board The length of time required for a timely revision will be negotiable and will both respect the author s current commitments and reflect how seriously the piece fails to accomodate new research or the seriousness of any valid criticism Entries which are not revised within the negotiated timetable may be retired from the active portion of the Encyclopedia and left in the Encyclopedia Archives until such time as the entry is revised so as to engage the valid criticisms in question The views expressed by the authors in their entries are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of Stanford University the Stanford University Philosophy Department the Encyclopedia s Editors or of anyone else associated with the Encyclopedia Policy on Course Readers Copyright Information jump to top Copyright Notice Authors contributing an entry or entries to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy except as provided herein retain the copyright to their entry or entries By contributing an entry or entries authors grant to the Metaphysics Research Lab at Stanford University an exclusive license to publish their entry or entries on the Internet and the World Wide Web including any future technologies or media that develop to supplement or replace the Internet or World Wide Web on the terms of the Licensing Agreement set forth below The rights granted to the Metaphysics Research Lab at Stanford University include the right to enforce such rights in any forum administrative judicial or otherwise All rights not expressly granted to the Metaphysics Research Lab at Stanford University including the right to publish an entry or

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  • About the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
    online encyclopedia that would satisfy the highest academic standards After two years of support from CSLI our prototype became a proof of concept that earned the first of a series of successful grant applications See the History of Grants below The addition of Colin Allen and Uri Nodelman to the project in 1998 resulted in significant enhancements to the design and implementation of our new academic publishing model They introduced browser based file upload workflow principles that categorized the state of every entry and possible state transitions remote HTML editing an engine which compares an original and revised entry side by side in the browser with the differences highlighted etc Paul Daniell programmed developed the new search engine that the SEP brought online in September 2006 See the masthead on the Editorial Information page for a list of other people involved in the project History of Grants Grant Duration Grant Number Granting Organization Amount 10 1998 09 2000 PA 23167 98 NEH Preservation and Access Division 131 400 10 2000 09 2003 IIS 9981549 NSF Information and Intelligent Systems with support from NEH 528 900 02 2002 08 2002 Officer s Grant Andrew W Mellon Foundation 43 000 10 2003 09 2005 PA 50133 03 NEH Preservation and Access Division 300 828 01 2005 12 2008 CH 50156 NEH Office of Challenge Grants awarded to SOLINET for the SEP 500 000 10 2005 09 2007 PA 51255 05 NEH Preservation and Access Division 150 000 09 2005 08 2007 2005 6238 William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Education Technology Open Content 190 000 Publications About the Stanford Encyclopedia Information about our dynamic reference work can be found in the following papers and abstracts From SEP to SEPIA How and why Indiana University is helping the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Colin Allen and Cecile Jagodzinski in Against the Grain 18 4 September 2006 42 43 The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A University Library Partnership in Support of Scholarly Communications and Open Access by Edward N Zalta in College Research Libraries News a publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries 67 8 September 2006 502 504 507 I Hear the Train A Comin by Greg Tananbaum in Against the Grain 18 1 February 2006 84 85 Abstracts Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A Dynamic Reference Work by Colin Allen Uri Nodelman and Edward N Zalta in Proceedings of the Third ACM IEEE CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries May 27 31 2003 New York Association for Computing Machinery Publications p 383 Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A Dynamic Reference Work by Uri Nodelman Colin Allen and Edward N Zalta in Proceedings of the Second ACM IEEE CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries July 14 18 2002 New York Association for Computing Machinery Publications p 380 Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy A Dynamic Reference Work by Edward N Zalta Colin Allen and Uri Nodelman in Proceedings of the First ACM IEEE CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries June 24 28 2001 New York Association

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  • Editorial Board (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
    Armstrong Duke University Julia Driver Washington University St Louis David Brink University of California San Diego History of Stephen Darwall Yale University Metaethics David Copp University of California Davis Connie S Rosati University of Arizona Applied Bioethics Hilary Bok Johns Hopkins University Jennifer Hawkins Duke University Agnieszka Jaworska University of California Riverside Ethics and Information Technology Jason Borenstein Georgia Tech Thomas Powers University of Delaware Feminism Nancy Tuana Pennsylvania State University Jennifer Saul University of Sheffield Anita Superson University of Kentucky Noëlle McAfee Emory University Ann Garry California State University Los Angeles History of Eileen O Neill University of Massachusetts Amherst Indian and Tibetan Philosophy Jan Christoph Westerhoff University of Durham Jay Garfield Smith College Jonardon Ganeri University of Sussex Japanese Philosophy Thomas Kasulis Ohio State University Judaic Philosophy Charles Manekin University of Maryland Michael Morgan Indiana University Carlos Fraenkel McGill University Kant Paul Guyer University of Pennsylvania R Lanier Anderson Stanford University Language Philosophy of Timothy Williamson University of Oxford Jason Stanley Rutgers University Jeffrey C King Rutgers University Ben Caplan Ohio State University Law Philosophy of Leslie Green University of Oxford Wil Waluchow McMaster University William Edmundson Georgia State University Scott J Shapiro Yale University Logic Mathematical Logic G Aldo Antonelli University of California Davis Dag Westerståhl Goteborg University Philosophical Logic Marcus Kracht Universität Bielefeld Vincent Hendricks Roskilde University Heinrich Wansing Ruhr Universität Bochum Philosophy of Logic Greg Restall University of Melbourne John MacFarlane University of California Berkeley History of Logic Paolo Mancosu University of California Berkeley Richard Zach University of Calgary Logic Computation and Agency Johan van Benthem University of Amsterdam Raymond Turner University of Essex Eric Pacuit Center for Logic and the Philosophy of Science University of Tilburg Olivier Roy Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Logic and Language Martin Stokhof University of Amsterdam Patrick Blackburn Roskilde University Mathematics Philosophy

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