C. Peacocke, ‘Explaining Perceptual Entitlement’, NEH UCSC 02


Background Reading:


Burge, T. (1986). “Individualism and Psychology”, Philosophical Review XCV 3-45


Peacocke, C. (1992). A Study of Concepts Chap. 3.


Peacocke, C. (1993) “Externalist Explanation”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society XCIII 203-230


Principal Works Referred to in Paper:

Dawkins, R. (1986). The Blind Watchmaker. Harlow, Essex, Longman. Chap. 1


Dennett, D. (1978). Artificial Intelligence as Philosophy and as Psychology. Brainstorms. Montgomery, Vt., Bradford Books.


Field, H. (2000). Apriority as an Evaluative Notion. New Essays on the A Priori. P. Boghossian and C. Peacocke. Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Goldman, A. (1986). Epistemology and Cognition. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press. Chap. 5


Marcel, A. (2002). The Sense of Agency - Ownership and Awareness of Action. Agency and Self-Awareness. J. Roessler and N. Eilan. Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Moore, G. E. (1959). "Proof of an External World", Philosophical Papers London, George Allen and Unwin


Peacocke, C. (1983). Sense and Content: Experience, Thought and their Relations. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Chap. 1


Peacocke, C. (1999). Being Known. Oxford, Oxford University Press. Chap. 2, 3.


Pryor, J. (2000). “The Skeptic and the Dogmatist.” Nous 34(4): 517-549.


Sober, E. (1975). Simplicity. Oxford, Oxford University Press.


Strawson, P. (1985). Scepticism and Naturalism: Some Varieties. London, Methuen.


Wright, C. (1987). “Strawson on Anti-Realism”. Meaning, Reference and Truth Oxford, Blackwell.


Wright, C. (forthcoming) “(Anti-)Sceptics Simple and Subtle: G.E. Moore and John McDowell”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research