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BA in liberal arts, University of Chicago
PhD in linguistics, University of Arizona
PhD in philosophy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Quotation and the Use-Mention Distinction." Mind 107: 113-35 (Jan. 1998). [abstract]
"Ought Does Not Imply Can."
American Philosophical Quarterly 37: 93-105 (April 2000). [abstract]
"Pascal's Wager and the Many Gods Objection."
Religious Studies 37: 321-41 (Sept. 2001). [abstract]
"Pascal's Wager." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2002).
"Quotational Constructions." Hybrid Quotations, edited by Philippe de Brabanter,
published by John Benjamins, pp. 187-212 (2005). Reprinted in .
"The Demonstrative and Identity Theories of Quotation." Journal of Philosophy
103.9: 452-71 (September 2006). Reprinted in .
"The Argument from Ignorance against
American Philosophical Quarterly 44.2: 157-69 (April 2007).
How to Think about Meaning. Philosophical Studies Series, Springer (2007). [abstract]
Area Editor, Philosophy of Language:
Internet Encyclopedia of
Consultant Editor, Episteme
I love to read, especially history, (auto)biography, popular physics and biology and engineering, science fiction, and utopian literature. I enjoy collecting art books, traveling, hiking, skindiving, caring for my pet hamster, and spending time with friends.