Readership: Scholars and advanced students in philosophy of language, logic, metaphysics, and philosophy of mind.
Edited by Manuel García-Carpintero, Universitat de Barcelona, and Genoveva Martí, Western University, London, Canada
Manuel García-Carpintero was awarded a 'Distinció de Recerca' for senior researchers by the Catalan Government between 2002 and 2008, and in 2009 the prize 'ICREA Acadèmia' for excellence in research, also funded by the Generalitat de Catalunya, to work on a book on the nature of assertion and reference (2009-2013).
Genoveva Martí is a member elect of the Academia Europaea, since 2009. She was the first academic director of the Academia Europaea—Barcelona Knowledge Hub. In 2012 she received the Narcís Monturiol medal for scientific merit, awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya.
Manuel García-Carpintero: Introduction
1: Cian Dorr: Transparency and the Context-Sensitivity of Attitude Reports
2: Robin Jeshion: Two Dogmas of Russellianism
3: Peter Pagin: Intersubjective Intentional Identity
4: Kathrin Glüer-Pagin and Peter Pagin: Vulcan Might Have Existed, and Neptune Not: On the Semantics of Empty Names
5: Frederick Kroon: Content Relativism and the Problem of Empty Names
6: François Recanati: Empty Singular Terms in the Mental File Framework
7: Kenneth A. Taylor: The Things We Do With Empty Names: Objectual Representations, Non-Veridical Language Games, and Truth Similitude
8: Imogen Dickie: A Practical Solution to the Problem of Empty Singular Thought
9: Nathan Salmon: What is Existence?
10: Greg Ray: The Problem of Negative Existentials Inadvertently Solved
11: Mark Sainsbury: Fictional Worlds and Fiction Operators
12: Briggs Wright: Many, but almost Holmes?
13: Stacie Friend: Notions of Nothing
14: Tatjana von Solodkoff: Fictional Realism and Negative Existentials