Andy Egan
Andy Egan
Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University
Verified email at philosophy.rutgers.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Epistemic modals in context
A Egan, J Hawthorne, B Weatherson
Contextualism in philosophy: Knowledge, meaning, and truth, 131-170, 2005
4402005
Epistemic modals, relativism and assertion
A Egan
Philosophical Studies 133 (1), 1-22, 2007
3582007
Disputing about taste
A Egan
Disagreement (ed. R. Feld, 2010
1422010
Some counterexamples to causal decision theory
A Egan
The Philosophical Review 116 (1), 93-114, 2007
1192007
Epistemic modality
A Egan, B Weatherson
Oxford University Press, 2011
1142011
Appearance Properties?
A Egan
Nos 40 (3), 495-521, 2006
992006
Wanting things you Don’t want
T Doggett, A Egan
Philosophers’ Imprint 7 (9), 1-17, 2007
972007
Imagination, delusion, and self-deception
A Egan
922008
Billboards, bombs and shotgun weddings
A Egan
Synthese 166 (2), 251-279, 2009
762009
Secondary Qualities and Self‐Location
A Egan
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72 (1), 97-119, 2006
742006
Seeing and believing: Perception, belief formation and the divided mind
A Egan
Philosophical Studies 140 (1), 47-63, 2008
692008
I Can’t Believe I’m Stupid
A Egan, A Elga
Philosophical Perspectives 19 (1), 77-93, 2005
642005
Quasi-realism and fundamental moral error
A Egan
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 85 (2), 205-219, 2007
632007
Relativist dispositional theories of value
A Egan
The Southern Journal of Philosophy 50 (4), 557-582, 2012
522012
Pretense for the Complete Idiom
A Egan
Nos 42 (3), 381-409, 2008
492008
Second-Order Predication and the Metaphysics of Properties
A Egan
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 82 (1), 48-66, 2004
452004
There’s something funny about comedy: A case study in faultless disagreement
A Egan
Erkenntnis 79 (1), 73-100, 2014
412014
Delusion: cognitive approaches–Bayesian inference and compartmentalization
M Davies, A Egan
The Oxford handbook of philosophy and psychiatry, 689-727, 2013
342013
Comments on Gendler’s,“the epistemic costs of implicit bias”
A Egan
Philosophical Studies 156 (1), 65, 2011
332011
How we feel about terrible, non-existent Mafiosi
T Doggett, A Egan
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 84 (2), 277-306, 2012
312012
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