6.36 Contextualism

Keywords: contextualist, contextualism, bank, stakes, contexts, sensitive, standards, derose, sensitivity, speakers, context, intuitions, low, hawthorne, cohen

Number of Articles: 58
Weighted Number of Articles: 50.76487

Characteristic Articles

  1. John Greco (2008) “What’s Wrong With Contextualism?” The Philosophical Quarterly 58:416-436.
  2. Keith Derose (2006) "“Bamboozled By Our Own Words”: Semantic Blindness And Some Arguments Against Contextualism" Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 73:316-338.
  3. Peter Baumann (2008) “Contextualism And The Factivity Problem” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 76:580-602.
  4. Finn Spicer (2006) “Epistemic Intuitions And Epistemic Contextualism” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72:366-385.
  5. Peter Baumann (2010) “The Case For Contexualism” Analysis 70:149-160.
  6. Michael Brady and Duncan Pritchard (2005) “Epistemological Contextualism: Problems And Prospects” The Philosophical Quarterly 55:161-171.
  7. Anthony Brueckner (2005) “Contextualism, Hawthorne’s Invariantism And Third-Person Cases” The Philosophical Quarterly 55:315-318.
  8. Keith Derose (2005) “The Ordinary Language Basis For Contextualism, And The New Invariantism” The Philosophical Quarterly 55:172-198.
  9. Keith Derose (2004) “The Problem With Subject-Sensitive Invariantism” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 68:346-350.
  10. Leonid Tarasov (2013) “Contextualism And Weird Knowledge” The Philosophical Quarterly 63:565-575.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Stacey Swain, Joshua Alexander and Jonathan M. Weinberg (2008) “The Instability Of Philosophical Intuitions: Running Hot And Cold On Truetemp” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 76:138-155. (0.4806843)
  2. Stephen Schiffer (1996) “Contextualist Solutions To Scepticism” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 96:317-333. (0.4252945)
  3. John Greco (2008) “What’s Wrong With Contextualism?” The Philosophical Quarterly 58:416-436. (0.8494442)
  4. Allan Hazlett (2010) “The Myth Of Factive Verbs” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 80:497-522. (0.3473187)
  5. Keith Derose (2005) “The Ordinary Language Basis For Contextualism, And The New Invariantism” The Philosophical Quarterly 55:172-198. (0.9907929)
  6. Jennifer Nagel (2010) “Knowledge Ascriptions And The Psychological Consequences Of Thinking About Error” The Philosophical Quarterly 60:286-306. (0.8107585)