The purpose of this page (under construction!) is to offer an alphabetized set of links to publications by Professors that have been affiliated with UCSD Philosophy. I have also provided a list of selected publications produced while the person was officially on the faculty roster at UCSD.

Henry E. Allison (1973-present; Professor, Research Professor; Emeritus Professor)
_The Kant-Eberhard controversy; an English translation, together with supplementary materials and a historical-analytic introduction of Immanuel Kant's On a discovery according to which any new critique of pure reason has been made superfluous by an earlier one (Baltimore, 1973).
_Benedict de Spinoza (Boston, 1975). Also: Benedict de Spinoza: an introduction (New Haven, 1987).
_Kant's Transcendental Idealism: An Interpretation and Defense (New Haven, 1983; Revised and Enlarged Edition, 2004).
_Kant's Theory of Freedom (Cambridge, 1990).
_Idealism and Freedom: Essays on Kant's Theoretical and Practical Philosophy (Cambridge, 1996).
_'We Can Act Only under the Idea of Freedom: Presidential address delivered before the seventy-first annual Pacific division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Berkeley, California, March 28, 1997', Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 71 (1997).
_Kant's Theory of Taste: a reading of the Critique of Aesthetic Judgment (Cambridge, 2001).
_Custom and Reason in Hume: a kantian reading of the first book of the treatise (Oxford, 2008).

Georgios Anagnostopoulos (1969-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_Aristotle on the Goals and Exactness of Ethics (California, 1994).
_(ed.) A Companion to Aristotle (London, 2009).

Richard J. Arneson (1973-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_'Equality and Equal Opportunity for Welfare', Philosophical Studies (1989).
_ 'Liberalism, distributive subjectivism, and equal opportunity for welfare', Philosophy and Public Affairs (1990).
_'Liberalism, Capitalism, and "Socialist" Principles', Social Philosophy and Policy (2011).

Saba Bazargan (2009-present; Assistant Professor)

William Bechtel (2002-present; Professor)
Mental mechanisms: Philosophical perspectives on cognitive neuroscience (London, 2008).
_ Discovering cell mechanisms: The creation of modern cell biology (Cambridge, 2006).

David O. Brink (1994-present; Associate Professor; Professor)
_Perfectionism and the Common Good: Themes in the Philosophy of T.H. Green (Oxford, 2003).
_T.H. Green's Prolegomena to Ethics, ed. D. Brink (Oxford, 2003).

Craig Callender (2001-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_'An Answer in Search of a Question: "Proofs" of the Tri-Dimensionality of Space' Studies in History & Philosophy of Modern Physics, 36 (2005).
_'The Emergence and Interpretation of Probability in Bohmian Mechanics, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 38 (2007).
_'The Common Now' Philosophical Issues 18 (2008).
_'Is Time an Illusion?' Scientific American (June 2010).

Craig Callender and Jonathan Cohen
_'There is No Special Problem of Scientific Representation,' Theoria (2006). 
_'A Better Best System Account of Lawhood', with Jonathan Cohen, Philosophical Studies 145 (2009).
_'Special Sciences, Conspiracy and the Better Best System Account of Laws', Erkenntnis 73 (2010).

Nancy Cartwright (1994-present; Professor)
_The Dappled World: A Study of the Boundaries of Science (Cambridge 1999).
_Hunting Causes and Using Them: Approaches in Philosophy and Economics (Cambridge 2007).
_‘How to do things with causes’, APA Presidential Address in Vancouver BC, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 83 (2009).

Paul M. Churchland (1984-present; Professor; Emeritus Professor).
_Matter and Consciousness (Cambridge, MA, 1984; 2nd ed., 1988; 3rd ed., 2013).
_A Neurocomputational Perspective: The Nature of Mind and the Structure of Science (Cambridge, MA, 1989).
_The Engine of Reason, the Seat of the Soul: a Philosophical Journey into the Brain (Cambridge, MA 1995)
_'Outer Space and Inner Space: the new epistemology', APA Presidential Address. Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 76 (2002). 

Patricia Smith Churchland (1984-present; Professor; Presidential Professor; Emeritus Professor)
_Neurophilosophy: Toward a Unified Science of the Mind-Brain (Cambridge, MA, 1986).
_'Can neurobiology teach us anything about consciousness?' (Presidential address delivered before the sixty-seventh annual Pacific division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in San Francisco, March 26, 1993), Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 67 (1994).
_Brainwise: studies in neurophilosophy (Cambridge, MA, 2002).
_Braintrust: what neuroscience tells us about morality (Princeton, 2011).

Jonathan Cohen (2002-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_The Red and The Real: An Essay on Color Ontology (Oxford, 2009).
_(co-ed. with Mohan Matthen), Color Ontology and Color Science (Cambridge, MA, 2010).
_(co-ed. with Brian McLaughlin), Contemporary Debates in the Philosophy of Mind (New York, 2007).

Jonathan Cohen and Samuel C. Rickless
_'Binding Arguments and Hidden Variables', Analysis 67 (2007).

Adrian Cussins (1991-1998; Assistant Professor)

Paul Dibon (1966-1967, 1969-1970; Professor; Visiting Professor)

Gerald. D. Doppelt (1975-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_'Walzer's Theory of Morality in International Relations', Philosophy and Public Affairs (1978).
_'Is Rawl's Kantian Liberalism Coherent and Defensible?' Ethics 1989
_'The Naturalist Conception of Methodological Standards in Science: A Critique', Philosophy of Science (1990).

Rick Grush (2000-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_'Berkeley and the spatiality of vision', Journal of the History of Philosophy 45 (2007).
_'How to, and how not to, bridge computational cognitive neuroscience and Husserlian phenomenology of time consciousness', Synthese. 153 (2006).
_'The emulation theory of representation: motor control, imagery, and perception', Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (2004).
_'Further explorations of the empirical and theoretical aspects of the emulation theory', Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (2004).

Michael O. Hardimon (1995-present; Associate Professor)
_Hegel's Social Philosophy (Cambridge, 1994).
_'Role Obligations', The Journal of Philosophy 91 (1994).
_'The Ordinary Concept of Race', The Journal of Philosophy 100 (2003).

Paul Henry (1965?-1969; Professor)
_'Medieval Philosophy' in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy (New York, 1967).
_The Logic of St. Anselm (Oxford, 1967).

John Holbrook (1971-1972)

Monte Ransome Johnson (2006-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor).

Nicholas S. Jolley (1978-1999; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor)
_Leibniz and Locke: a study of the New Essays on Human Understanding (Oxford, 1984).
_(ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Leibniz (Cambridge, 1995).

Patricia W. Kitcher (1986-1999; Associate Professor; Professor)
_Kant's Transcendental Psychology (Oxford, 1993).
_Freud's Dream: A Complete Interdisciplinary Science of Mind (Cambridge MA, 1995).

Philip S. Kitcher (1986-1999; Professor; Presidential Professor)
_The Advancement of Science (Oxford, 1993).
_The Lives to Come: the genetic revolution and human possibilities (New York and London, 1996).
_'Truth or consequences?' (Presidential address delivered before the seventy-second annual Pacific division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Los Angeles, California, March 28, 1998), Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 71 (1998), 49-63.

Sige-Yuki Kuroda (1980-1994; Adjunct Professor)
_'A formal theory of speech acts', Linguistics and Philosophy 9 (1986), 495-524.
_'An explanatory theory of communicative intensions', Linguistics and Philosophy 12 (1989), 377-388.

Edward N. Lee (1970-present; Associate Professor; Professor; Emeritus Professor)
_'Plato on Negation and Not-being in the Sophist', (The Philosophical Review, 1972).
_'Reason and Rotation: Circular Movement as the Model of Mind (Nous)', (Facets of Plato's Philosophy, 1976).

Elisabeth A. Lloyd (1984-?)

Helen E. Longino (1971-1976)

Rudolph Makkreel (1966-1973; Assistant Professor)
_'Hermeneutics: Interpretation Theory in Schleiermacher, Dilthey, Heidegger, and Gadamer', Journal of the History of Philosophy 9 (1971).

Stanley Malinovich (1967-1972; Assistant Professor)
_'The happiness criterion', Philosophia 2 (1972), 195-203.

Herbert Marcuse (1964-1979; Professor; Honorar Professor)
_One Dimensional Man: Studies in the ideology of advanced industrial society (Boston, 1964).
_'Repressive Tolerance' in R. Wolff et al. (eds.), A Critique of Pure Tolerance (Boston, 1965), 81-117.
_'THE RELEVANCE OF REALITY' (Slightly expanded version of presidential address delivered before the Forty-third annual meeting of the Pacific division meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Portland, Oregon, March 28, 1969.) Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 42 (1968-1969), 39-50.
_Essay on Liberation (Boston, 1969).
_Counterrevolution and Revolt (Boston, 1972).
_The Aesthetic Dimension: toward a critique of Marxist aesthetics (Boston, 1978).

Wayne M. Martin (1994-2005; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_Idealism and objectivity: understanding Fichte's Jena project (Stanford, 1997).

Stanley Moore (1966-1997; Professor; Emeritus Professor)
_'Marx and the state of nature', Journal of the History of Philosophy 5 (1967).
_'Hobbes on obligation, moral and political', Part one: Journal of the History of Philosophy 9 (1971); Part two: JHP 10 (1972).
_Marx on the Choice between Socialism and Communism (Cambridge, MA, 1980).
_Marx versus Markets (University Park, PA, 1993).

Dana Nelkin (2002-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)

_'Deliberative Alternatives', in Philosophical Topics 32 (2004).
_Irrelevant Alternatives and Frankfurt Counterfactuals', Philosophical Studies 121 (2004).
_Responsibility, Rational Abilities, and Two Kinds of Fairness Arguments', Philosophical Explorations (2009).

Dana Nelkin and Samuel C. Rickless

_'Warfield’s New Argument for Incompatibilism', Analysis (2002).

David Fate Norton (1966-1972; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor)
_'Illustrations on the Moral Sense', Journal of the History of Philosophy 10 (1968).
_'Descartes on Unknown Faculties: An Essential Inconsistency', Journal of the History of Philosophy 6 (1968).

Frederick A. Olafson (1971-present; Professor, Emeritus Professor)
-->_The Dialectic of Action: a philosophical interpretation of history and the humanities (Chicago, 1979). -->_Heidegger and the Philosophy of Mind (New Haven, 1987).
_What is a Human Being? A Heideggerian view (Cambridge, 1995).
-->_Naturalism and the Human Condition: against scientism (London, 2001).

Frederick A. Olafson and Herbert Marcuse
_'Heidegger's Politics: an interview with Herbert Marcuse', Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 6 (1977). 

Adrian M. S. Piper (1988-?)

Robert B. Pippin (1975-1992; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_Kant's Theory of Form: An Essay on the Critique of Pure Reason (New Haven, 1982).
_ (eds. R. Pippin, A. Feenberg, C. Webel) Marcuse: Critical Theory and The Promise of Utopia. 1988. 
_Hegel's Idealism: The Satisfactions of Self-Consciousness (Cambridge, 1989).
_Modernism as a Philosophical Problem: On the Dissatisfactions of European High Culture (Oxford, 1991).

Richard Popkin (1963-1973; Professor)
_'So, Hume did read Berkeley' (Journal of Philosophy, 1964).
_The History of Skepticism from Erasmus to Descartes (rev. ed., Assen, 1964).
_ (ed.) The Philosophy of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (New York, 1966).
_'Comments on professor Derrida's paper'. (Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 1969).

Samuel Rickless (2002-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor).
_'From the Good Will to the Formula of Universal Law', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 68 (2004).
_'The Cartesian Fallacy Fallacy', Noûs 39 (2005).
_'Is Locke’s Theory of Knowledge Inconsistent?', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 77 (2008).
_Plato’s Forms in Transition: A Reading of the Parmenides (Cambridge, 2006).

Donald Rutherford (1999-present; Professor)
_(ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Philosophy (Cambridge, 2006).
_(ed. and tr. with Brandon Look) The Leibniz-Des Bosses Correspondence (New Haven, 2007).

Jason L. Saunders (1963-1969; Professor)
_Greek and Roman Philosophy after Aristotle (New York, 1966).

Ronald D. Scales (1968-1974)

Gila Sher (1989-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor; Professor)
_ The Bounds of Logic: A Generalized Viewpoint (Cambridge, MA, 1991).
_'Is There a Place for Philosophy in Quine's Theory?' The Journal of Philosophy 96 (1999): 491-524.
_'The Formal-Structural View of Logical Consequence', The Philosophical Review 110 (2001).
--> _'In Search of a Substantive Theory of Truth', The Journal of Philosophy 101 (2004).

Frederick T. Sommers (1971-?)

Stephen P. Stich (1986-1989; Professor)

Avrum Stroll (1963-2013; Professor; Research professor; Emeritus Professor)
_'On the first flowering of Frege's reputation', Journal of the History of Philosophy4 (1966).
_Epistemology: new essays in the theory of knowledge (New York, 1967).
_'Censorship, models, and self-government', Journal of Value Inquiry 1 (1967).
_Moore and Wittgenstein on Certainty (Oxford, 1994).
_Surfaces (Minneapolis, 1998).
_Sketches of Landscapes: philosophy by example (Cambridge, MA, 1998).
_'Proper names, names, and fictive objects', The Journal of Philosophy (1998).
_Twentieth Century Analytic Philosophy (New York, 2001).
_Informal Philosophy (Lanham, MD, 2009).

Clinton Tolley (2007-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor)

Zeno Vendler (1977-2004; Professor, Emeritus Professor)
_'Reference and Introduction', Philosophia 10 (1981).
_'Agency and Causation', Midwest Studies in Philosophy 9 (1984).
_The matter of minds (Oxford, 1984).

Eric Watkins (2002-present; Associate Professor; Professor)
_'Autonomy in and after Kant', Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 69 (2004).
_Kant and the Metaphysics of Causality (Cambridge, 2005).
_Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason: Background Source Materials (Cambridge, 2009).

Christian Wüthrich (2006-present; Assistant Professor; Associate Professor)
_‘Challenging the spacetime structuralist’, Philosophy of Science 76 (2009).