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Ergo is an open access philosophy journal accepting submissions on all philosophical topics and from all philosophical traditions. This includes, among other things: history of philosophy, work in both the analytic and continental traditions, as well as formal and empirically informed philosophy. Ergo is strongly committed to diversity and especially welcomes submissions from members of groups currently underrepresented in philosophy.

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Volume 8 • 2021

Article


Why Critical Social Ontologists Shouldn’t Be Univocalists

Joshua Lee Harris

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Trust and Sincerity in Art

C. Thi Nguyen

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

On Euclid and the Genealogy of Proof

Kevin Davey

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Representation and Copying in Hume’s Treatise and Later Works

Jonathan Cottrell

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Lucretian Puzzles

Michael Rabenberg

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Misleading Higher-Order Evidence, Conflicting Ideals, and Defeasible Logic

Aleks Knoks

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Can a Question Be a Lie? An Empirical Investigation

Emanuel Viebahn, Alexander Wiegmann, Neele Engelmann and Pascale Willemsen

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Reflections on Meaning and Immortality

Benjamin Mitchell-Yellin

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

The Aesthetic Engagement Theory of Art

Patrick Grafton-Cardwell

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Division, Syllogistic, and Science in Prior Analytics I.31

Justin Vlasits

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Which Reasons? Which Rationality?

Daniel Fogal and Alex Worsnip

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Counterfactuals and Abduction

Samuel Cumming and Lauren Winans

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Possessing Love’s Reasons: Or Why a Rationalist Lover Can Have a Normal Romantic Life

Ting Cho Lau

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Objectification and Domination

Aleksy Tarasenko-Struc

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Making Reflective Equlibrium Precise: A Formal Model

Claus Beisbart, Gregor Betz and Georg Brun

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Regret Averse Opinion Aggregation

Lee Elkin

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Eliminativism and Evolutionary Debunking

Jeffrey Bagwell

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Are We Playing a Moral Lottery? Moral Disagreement from a Metasemantic Perspective

Sinan Dogramaci

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Visual Experiences without Presentational Phenomenology

Kengo Miyazono

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Contextualism and the Semantics of "Woman"

Hsiang-Yun Chen

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Restriction without Quantification: Embedding and Probability for Indicative Conditionals

Ivano Ciardelli

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

Do Implicit Racial Biases Have Significant Discriminatory Effects?

Timothy Fuller

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

The Epistemic Role of Outlaw Emotions

Laura Silva

2021-12-13 Volume 8 • 2021

How Do We Differ When We Differ In Taste?

Daniel Pallies

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Folk Intuitions about Reference Change and the Causal Theory of Reference

Steffen Koch and Alex Wiegmann

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Four Approaches to Supposition

Benjamin Eva, Ted Shear and Branden Fitelson

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Public Health, Political Solidarity, and the Ethics of Orientation Ascriptions

Matthew Andler

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Gender Fictionalism

Heather Logue

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Power by Association

Travis LaCroix and Cailin O'Connor

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Really Boring Art

Andreas Elpidorou and John Gibson

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Literary Racial Impersonation

Joy Shim

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

God and the Problem of Blameless Moral Ignorance

F. J. Elbert

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Hope as a Source of Grit

Catherine Rioux

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Nietzsche's Concept of Health

Ian Dunkle

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Assertion, Implicature, and Iterated Knowledge

Eliran Haziza

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

What Immigrants Owe

Adam Lovett and Daniel Sharp

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

A Forward-Looking Theory of Content

Cameron Buckner

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Aesthetic Commitments and Aesthetic Obligations

Anthony Cross

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

The Necessity of Commensuration Bias in Grant Peer Review

Remco Heesen

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Fallibility without Facts

Will Gamester

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Is All Phenomenology Presentational?

Peter V. Forrest

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Frantz Fanon’s Decolonized Dialectics: The Primacy of the Affective Weight of the Past

Elyse MacLeod

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Trusting on Another's Say-So

Grace Paterson

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Unity and Application

Geoffrey Hall

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Extending Similarity-Based Epistemology of Modality with Models

Ylwa Sjölin Wirling

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Bad Concepts, Bilateral Contents

Michael Deigan

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Convergence, Community, and Force in Aesthetic Discourse

Nick Riggle

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Mental Filing Systems: A User's Guide

Henry Clarke

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Race and the Politics of Loss: Revisiting the Legacy of Emmett Till

Ashley Atkins

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Lying, Deceptive Implicatures, and Commitment

Alex Wiegmann, Pascale Willemsen and Jörg Meibauer

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Why Do Women Philosophy Students Drop Out of Philosophy? Some Evidence from the Classroom at the Bachelor’s Level

Catherine Herfeld, Jan Müller and Kathrin von Allmen

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

What Is Non-Naturalism?

Stephanie Leary

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Trope Mental Causation: Still Not Qua Mental

Wenjun Zhang

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Two Problems of Self-Blame for Accounts of Moral Standing

Kyle G. Fritz and Daniel Miller

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021

Yet Another Victim of Kripkenstein’s Monster: Dispositions, Meaning, and Privilege

Andrea Guardo

2022-12-28 Volume 8 • 2021