Faculty Books

Jason Stanley

Zoltán Szabó

Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, vol 100

David Charles

John Pittard

The striking extent of religious disagreement suggests that religious conviction is very often the result of processes that do not reliably produce true beliefs. For this reason, many have argued that the only rational response to religious disagreement is to adopt a religious skepticism that...
Brad Inwood

Co-editor with James Warren. 
Michael Della Rocca

Shelly Kagan

Uehiro Series in Practical Ethics

Most people agree that animals count morally, but how exactly should we take animals into account? A prominent stance in contemporary ethical discussions is that animals have the same moral status that people do, and so in moral deliberation the similar interests of animals and people should be...