David Manley
TitleCited byYear
Metametaphysics: new essays on the foundations of ontology
DJ Chalmers, D Manley, R Wasserman
Oxford University Press, USA, 2009
487*2009
The reference book
J Hawthorne, D Manley
OUP Oxford, 2012
2092012
On linking dispositions and conditionals
D Manley, R Wasserman
Mind 117 (465), 59-84, 2008
1422008
Introduction: A Guided Tour of Metametaphysics
D Manley
Metametaphysics: New Essays on the Foundations of Ontology, 1-37, 2009
652009
A gradable approach to dispositions
D Manley, R Wasserman
The Philosophical Quarterly 57 (226), 68-75, 2007
582007
Safety, Content, Apriority, Self-Knowledge
D Manley
The Journal of Philosophy 104 (8), 403-423, 2007
342007
Properties and resemblance classes
D Manley
Nos 36 (1), 75-96, 2002
302002
The Folk Probably Do Think What You Think They Think
B Dunaway, A Edmonds, D Manley
Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 2012
252012
Dispositions, conditionals, and counterexamples
D Manley, R Wasserman
Mind 120 (480), 1191-1227, 2011
212011
Stephen Mumford. Dispositions.
J Hawthorne, D Manley
Nos 39 (1), 179-195, 2005
202005
Dispositionality: Beyond The Biconditionals
D Manley
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 90 (2), 321-334, 2012
152012
When Best Theories Go Bad
D Manley
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 78 (2), 392-405, 2009
102009
On being a random sample
D Manley
Manuscript, 2014
8*2014
Moral realism and semantic plasticity
D Manley
Manuscript, 2014
32014
Keeping Up Appearances: A Reducer’s Guide
D Manley
The Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming, 0
1
Dispositions without Teleology
D Manley, R Wasserman
Oxford Studies in Metaphysics 10, 47, 2017
2017
Response
J Hawthorne, D Manley
Mind and Language 29 (4), 499-510, 2014
2014
Review of Fabrice Correia, Existential Dependence and Cognate Notions
D Manley
2007
Essays on meaning and the a priori
DJ Manley
Rutgers The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick, 2005
2005
Workshop on Reference
P Elbourne, M Glanzberg, J Hawthorne, I Heim, R Jeshion, H Kamp, ...
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