Some 2021 Publications

Sterken, along with Justin Khoo, edited The Routledge Handbook of Social and Political Philosophy of Language (Routledge).

Cappelen, along with Josh Dever, published “On the Uselessness of the Distinction Between Ideal and Non-Ideal Theory (At Least in the Philosophy of Language)” in Khoo & Sterken. Their “Acting Without Me: Corporate Agency and the First Person Perspective” was published in The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Reference, eds Biggs and Geirrson.

Sterken, along with Matthew McKeever, published “Social and Political Aspects of Generic Language and Speech” in Khoo & Sterken. With David Liebesman, she published Generics and the Metaphysics of Kinds” in Philosophy Compass.

Deutsch published “Conceptual analysis without concepts” in Synthese, “Still the same dilemma for conceptual engineers: reply to Koch” in Philosophical Studies, and “Fake Gnus! (Or: There is No Experimental Evidence for the Lazy Person’s Approach to Philosophy)” in Inquiry.

Nado published “Philosophizing out of bounds” in Philosophical Studies, and “Conceptual engineering via experimental philosophy” in Inquiry.

Hello World

This is the first update for the ConceptLab Hong Kong page. Some recent (2020) publications:

Canadian Journal Of Philosophy published a symposium on Cappelen’s Fixing Language, with contributions by Tim Sundell, Laura Schroeter & François Schroeter, and Sarah Sawyer, and a response by Cappelen. It is here.

Nado’s paper “Taking Back Control: Conceptual Engineering Without (Much) Metasemantics” was published in Inquiry.

Deutsch’s paper “Speaker’s reference, stipulation, and a dilemma for conceptual engineers” was published in Philosophical Studies.