Daniel Nolan
TitleCited byYear
Impossible worlds: A modest approach
D Nolan
Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 38 (4), 535-572, 1997
2791997
Quantitative parsimony
D Nolan
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 48 (3), 329-343, 1997
1491997
Moral fictionalism versus the rest
D Nolan, G Restall, C West
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 83 (3), 307-330, 2005
1082005
David Lewis
D Nolan
Acumen Publishing, 2005
101*2005
Topics in the philosophy of possible worlds
D Nolan
Routledge, 2013
792013
Recombination unbound
D Nolan
Philosophical Studies 84 (2-3), 239-262, 1996
761996
Defending a possible-worlds account of indicative conditionals
D Nolan
Philosophical Studies 116 (3), 215-269, 2003
662003
Modal fictionalism
D Nolan
592002
Modal Fictionalism
D Nolan
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2002
592002
Hyperintensional metaphysics
D Nolan
Philosophical Studies 171 (1), 149-160, 2014
542014
What’s wrong with infinite regresses?
D Nolan
Metaphilosophy 32 (5), 523-538, 2001
512001
Impossible worlds
DP Nolan
Philosophy Compass 8 (4), 360-372, 2013
502013
Vagueness, multiplicity and parts
D Nolan
NoŻs 40 (4), 716-737, 2006
382006
Platitudes and metaphysics
D Nolan
362009
Three problems for “strong” modal fictionalism
D Nolan
Philosophical Studies 87 (3), 259-275, 1997
361997
Reflexive fictionalisms
D Nolan, J O'Leary-Hawthorne
Analysis 56 (1), 23-32, 1996
351996
Why historians (and everyone else) should care about counterfactuals
D Nolan
Philosophical Studies 163 (2), 317-335, 2013
332013
Selfless desires
D Nolan
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 73 (3), 665-679, 2006
322006
Stoic gunk
D Nolan
Phronesis 51 (2), 162-183, 2006
292006
What would teleological causation be
J Hawthorne, D Nolan
Metaphysical essays, 265-284, 2006
282006
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