James Norton
James Norton
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Grounding: it’s (probably) all in the head
K Miller, J Norton
Philosophical Studies 174 (12), 3059-3081, 2017
212017
A psychologistic theory of metaphysical explanation
J Norton, K Miller
Synthese 196 (7), 2777-2802, 2019
52019
Is grounding a hyperintensional phenomenon?
M Duncan, K Miller, J Norton
Analytic Philosophy 58 (4), 297-329, 2017
52017
Groundless truth
S Baron, K Miller, J Norton
Inquiry 57 (2), 175-195, 2014
32014
Ditching determination and dependence: or, how to wear the crazy trousersa
M Duncan, K Miller, J Norton
Synthese, 1-24, 2018
22018
On the dispensability of grounding: Ground-breaking work on metaphysical explanation
JP Norton
University of Sydney, 2017
22017
Philosophical Methodology and Conceptions of Evil Action
AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
Metaphilosophy 50 (3), 296-315, 2019
12019
Hedonic and non-hedonic bias towards the future
P Greene, AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
12019
If time travel to our location is possible, we do not live in a branching universe
J Norton
Analysis 78 (2), 260-266, 2017
12017
Is Our Na´ve Theory of Time Dynamical?
AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
1
Forgiveness: From Conceptual Pluralism to Conceptual Ethics
AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton, L Russell
1
Much ado about aboutness
S Baron, RM Chua, K Miller, J Norton
Inquiry, 1-29, 2019
2019
Primitive directionality and diachronic grounding
N Kajimoto, K Miller, J Norton
Acta Analytica, 1-17, 2019
2019
If time can pass, time can pass at different rates
K Miller, J Norton
2019
Metaphysical Explanation: The Kitcher Picture
S Baron, J Norton
Erkenntnis, 1-21, 2019
2019
Moral Discourse: Error-Ridden or Relatively Defensible?
JP Norton
2011
Ontology without hierarchy
K Miller, MJ Duncan, J Norton
Ontology without Hierarchy
M Duncan, K Miller, J Norton
Do the Folk Represent Time as Essentially Dynamical?
AJ Latham, K Miller, J Norton
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