Universality in Set Theories. A Study in Formal Ontology.Frankfurt, 2010.
Concept and Analysis.
A Study in the Theory of Concepts
and Analytic Metaphilosophy.
Berlin, 2013; related:
Ordinary Language Philosophy
Logic Redefined, Review of Contemporary Philosophy,
to understand 'Intelligence Explosion' in the Debate about the Singularity
the Turing Limit? (slides) a survey of analog and non-standard
computation and its relation to Church`s Thesis and its proper
in Internal Realism, in: Nida-Rümelin, J. (Ed.)
Realism and Revision, Paderborn, 1999, a shorter updated
Realism, in: Hannah, P. (Ed.) An Anthology of Philosophical
Studies, Athens, 2008.
Logic of Truth in Paraconsistent Internal Realism,
Philosophica Estonica, 2008.
Experience and Religious Language,
Interpretation, Rule-Following, and Analyticity;
see also: Against the Rule-Following
Coherence with the Data;
Its Failure - and a Naturalistic Rescue;
see long paper in German section.
as Ontological Free Lunch? A Case Study of Method in Metaphysics,
Logos Architekton, II (2008).
Consciousness as a Test Case of Cognitive Science. Some Theses,
other papers in this area are:
Pain. On the Role of the Phenomenon and Concept of Pain in Studying
Animal Minds, in: Weingartner, P. (Ed.)
Das Problem des Übels. Frankfurt a.M, 2005; and:
Cats Have Beliefs?, a version of which in: What Philosophy
Teaches You about Your Cat, ed. by S. Hales, Open Court, 2008.
from Sartre for the Analytic Philosophy of Mind, somewhat
longer version in: Analecta Husserliana, 88 (2005), some
related version "Egological Structures of Consciousness"
in: Dreyfus, H./Wrathall, M. (Eds.) Blackwell Companion to Phenomenology
and Existentialism, Oxford, 2006.
are Semantic Metarepresentations Built and Processed?,
Some reviews that cover books in the philosophy of mind:
Minds and Machines,
2008. The original publication is available at
Woodruff Smith/Amie Thomasson (Eds). Phenomenology and Philosophy
of Mind, Minds and Machines, 2008. The original
publication is available at www.springerlink.com.
Atomism and Justificationist Semantics. Bern/New
York/Frankfurt, 2008; see also:
Number a Sortal or Basically a Functional Concept?
a collection (.rar-archive) of Java classes and related files
which provide a partial illustration and implementation of
ideas following John Pollock's Cognitive Carpentry
project of implementing an artificial non-deductive reasoner,
cf. the ReadMe-file. See