Readership: Philosophers (mainly epistemologists, philosophers of mind and cognitive science, and philosophers of action, but also moral theorists, philosophers of language, and others) as well as psychologists, linguists,
cognitive scientists, education-theorists.
Edited by John Bengson, Postdoctoral Fellow in Philosophy, Australian National University, and Edited by Marc A. Moffett, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Wyoming
John Bengson is currently a postdoctoral fellow in philosophy at the Australian National University and Assistant Professor of philosophy at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. His research is focused on issues in epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of action.
Marc A. Moffett is Associate Professor of philosophy at the University of Wyoming. His research is focused on issues in epistemology, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and metaphysics.
"The editors succeed admirably in their aim of providing philosophers and linguists with a venue for assessing, developing, and tracking the implications of different positions on the topic of knowing how." - CHOICE
The State of Play
1. Two Conceptions of Mind and Action: Knowing How and the Philosophical Theory of Intelligence, John Bengson and Marc A. Moffett
Part I Ryle's Legacy
2. Rylean Arguments: Ancient and Modern, Paul F. Snowdon
3. Ryle's Knowing How and Knowing How to Act , Jennifer Hornsby
Part II Philosophical Considerations
4. Practical Expertise, Julia Annas
5. Knowing How Without Knowing That, Yuri Cath
6. Knowledge How: A Unified Account, Berit Brogaard
7. Non-propositional Intellectualism, John Bengson and Marc A. Moffett
8. Ideology and the Third Realm (Or, a Short Essay on Knowing How to Philosophize), Alva Noë
Part III The Linguistic Perspective
9. How to Resolve How To, Jonathan Ginzburg
10. Knowing How and Knowing Answers, David Braun
11. Knowledge Ascription by Grammatical Construction, Laura A. Michaelis
Part IV Implications and Applications: The Broader