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INDEX

a priori functionalism 199

a priori knowledge 46, 563–5

A-theory of time 3, 558

Abell, Catherine 9, 190

Aboriginal art 65b, 9

Aboriginal country 65a, 65b

Aboriginal culture 65a–65c

Aboriginal Dreaming 65a, 65b

Aboriginal languages 65a–65b

Aboriginal myths 65a–65b

Aboriginal religions 65a, 65b, 434

Aboriginal philosophy 65a–65c

Abortion and Infanticide (Tooley) 582

Abraham, William 78

Absolute Idealism 20, 217

academic freedom 37–8, 79, 327

actual-value consequentialism 507

Adam, David Stow 549

Adelaide Philosophy Club 4

Adelaide University see University of Adelaide, philosophy department

Adorno, Theodore 11, 13

Aepinus’s Essay on the Theory of Electricity and Magnetism (Home) 287

aesthetic realism 9

aesthetic universals 9

aesthetics 6, 7, 9, 11

see also analytic aesthetics; Continental aesthetics

‘After Hume’s Justice’ (Hursthouse) 214

Against Method (Feyerabend) 38

Against Proclus on the Eternity of the World (Share) 19

Agamben, Giorgio 12, 184

Agar, Nicholas 28, 92, 572, 574

Ahern, B. A. 170

Ainsworth, Stuart 389

Airaksinen, Timo 237

Albury, W. Randall 51, 293, 294, 325

Alexander, Samuel 20, 22, 278, 414, 429, 517

Alexandra, Andrew 106

Allan, James 402, 495

Allen, Rodney 26, 189

Alomes, Anna 546

alternative logics 122

Althusser, Lois 197, 265, 266, 455

Althusserian Marxism 195, 264, 457

American Philosophical Association

Article Prize 75–6

Barwise Prize 76

Book Prize 75

Ames, Roger 35

An Analysis of Rights (Stoljar) 401

analytic aesthetics

current trends 9

and historical/social context of art 8

influence of analytic philosophy 8

interdisciplinary approaches 9

Kantian legacy 7

object of enquiry 6–7

analytic feminism

Australasian contributions 15–16

contributions to traditional areas of philosophy 16

cross-fertilisation between non-analytic and analytic approaches 16

definition 14–15

distinguishing features 16

influence of Annette C. Baier 15

influence of Genevieve Lloyd 15

analytic philosophy

characteristic features 7–8

and naturalism 7

split with Continental philosophy 10–11

stance on Idealism 7

theorising about nature of 47

see also Australasian analytic philosophy

analytic/synthetic distinction 26

Analytical and Dialectical Marxism (Hunt) 267

analytical functionalism 199

Analytical Philosophy in Comparative Perspective (Shaw) 574

analytical philosophy of history 390–3

Anatolitis, Esther 65

ancient philosophy

at the University of Sydney 17

contributions of Australasian philosophy and classics departments 17–19

in North American universities 17

philosophy of late antiquity 19

translations of classic texts 19

Ancient Philosophy (journal) 23, 24

Anderson, Alan R. 330, 463

Anderson, Alexander (‘Sandy’) 22, 316

Anderson, Francis

appointment at University of Sydney 531–2

British Idealism 151–2, 204, 217, 483

editorship of AJP 52, 532

influence on education reform 218, 532

intellectual influences 358

as a public intellectual 218, 531–2

teaching breadth 17, 218

Anderson, John

and Andersonianism 23, 42, 524

anti-representationalism 484

applied ethics 25

appointment at University of Sydney 17, 532

and Aristotelian logic 21

atheism 430

editorship of AJP 60–1

on education 22, 430

empirical approach to philosophy 334

on Freud 473–4

impact and influence 19–20

influence of Samuel Alexander 278

materialism 217

moral and political passion 22–3

philosophy of history 391

philosophy of mind 484

as a public philosopher 378–9

publications 21–2

radical empiricism 21

realism 20–1, 290, 414

scientific empiricism 367

social philosophy 509–13

on spacetime 517

style 21

and the Sydney Push 524–5, 528

Anderson, Maybanke 532

Anderson, Warwick 289

Anderson, William 37, 217, 219

‘Anderson and the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: An Essay in Philosophical Translation’ (Gasking) 586

Anderson-Belnap Relevant logics 82

Andersonianism 23, 42, 524

Animal Liberation (Singer) 26, 89, 160, 240, 282, 498–9

animal liberation movement 26, 89, 160, 237, 494, 499

Ankeny, Rachel 540

Anschutz, Richard Paul 37–8

Anscombe, Elizabeth 214, 575

Anselm 431

Anstey, Peter 354, 437, 540

anthropocentrism 157, 159, 160, 543, 559

Antichrist (Nietzsche) 361

Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia (Deleuze & Guattari) 457

anti-realism 44

Antithesis (journal) 64

Apeiron (journal) 18, 23–4

applied ethics

Australasian pioneers 26–7

courses and degrees 27

ethics of international affairs 28–9

human research ethics 91, 115–16

journals 66

key areas in Australasia 28–9

nature of 25, 26–9

professional associations 66–7, 514

and professional education 376–8

and professional ethics 376–7, 575–6

research centres 27–8

see also bioethics; environmental ethics; Singer, Peter

Applied Ethics (Singer) 305

Aquinas (Finnis) 401

Aquinas, Thomas 401, 547

Aquinas Academy (Sydney) 547

Åqvist, Lennart 560, 561–2

‘Arational Actions’ (Hursthouse) 214

Archaeology of Knowledge (Foucault) 457

Archiv für Rechts-und Sozialphilosophie (journal) 80

Ardley, Gavin 38

Arena (journal) 553

Arendt, Hannah 363, 422

Arguing about Gods (Oppy) 432

The Argument of Laughter (Monro) 343

‘Armchair Metaphysics’ (Jackson) 100, 235

Armstrong, Aurelia 364

Armstrong, D. M.

academic positions 529, 532

causal theory 105, 199–200

Central State Materialism 41, 125, 189, 270, 415–16

direct realism 351–2

epistemic reliabilism 45–6

Factualism 315

functionalism 130–1, 197

identity theory 125, 197, 269, 270, 485, 533

influence of C. B. Martin 415, 568

influence of John Anderson 22, 23, 29, 31, 353, 367

on laws of nature 29, 30–1, 291, 570

metaphysics 29–31, 42–3, 130–1, 197, 395

on Moorean facts 30

ontological naturalism 313, 314–15

on perception 351–2, 353

relationship with David Lewis 245, 466, 485

reliabilism 551

scientific empiricism 367

and split of Sydney philosophy department 537

theory of mind 30, 43, 118, 125, 415–16, 485

theory of universals 30–1, 43, 243–4, 290, 406–7, 533, 567–8, 569, 570, 571

truthmaker theory of truth 31, 291, 568, 569, 570

Armstrong, John 9, 380

Arnason, Johann 363

Arnold, Michael 289

Aron, Raymond 174

art criticism 8, 9, 380

Arthadeva, B. M. 31

arts, the

as a social institution 11–12

and autonomy for art 12

experience of 12

identifying art from non-art 12–13

recent approaches 11–12

see also aesthetics; Continental aesthetics

Asch, Adrienne 500

Asher, Raynor 328

Asian and Comparative Philosophy Caucus (ACPC) 32

Asian philosophy

and Australasian philosophy 31

Buddhist philosophy 34–5

Chinese philosophy 33

collaborative research projects 35

Indian philosophy 31–2, 34

professional society 32–3, 35

Asian philosophy of religion 434

Asking The Law Question (Davies) 402

Asquith Inquiry 77

Asscher, Jo 307

Association of Symbolic Logic (US) 48

Atheism and Theism (Smart & Haldane) 503

Atkin, Albert 254

Atkinson, Paul 64, 65

Attwood, Bain 394

Auckland College see University of Auckland, philosophy department

Auckland Rationalist Association 327

Auckland University see University of Auckland, philosophy department

Augustine 186

Austin, John Langshaw 16, 77, 120, 123, 245, 395, 456, 546

Austin, John (political theorist) 399

Austin, Robert 80

Australasian analytic philosophy

1950s decade 39–42

1960s and since 42–7

consequentialism 46–7

epistemology 45–6

logic 45

metaphysics of mind 42–3

metaphysics of properties 43

methodology 47

philosophy of language 44

Australasian Association for Logic (AAL) 48–9, 542

Australasian Association for Phenomenology and Social Philosophy (AAPSP) 32–3, 64, 194, 457

Australasian Association for the History and Philosophy of Science 50

Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (AAHPSSS) 49–51, 293, 294

Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAP)

activities 48, 50, 53–4, 380

aims and operation 51–2, 54

AJP Best Paper Award 53

Arthur Prior Memorial Conference 49, 57

Asian and Comparative Philosophy Caucus 32

ban on filling philosophy chair at University of Tasmania 341, 342, 544

conferences 48, 52, 53

establishment 52

Media Prize 27, 54

‘What is Philosophy?’ (short film) 54

see also Australasian Journal of Philosophy (AJP)

Australasian Association of Philosophy, New Zealand (AAPNZ)

beginnings 52, 54–6

conferences 56–7, 58–9

officeholders 57, 58–9

other business 57

Australasian Association of Professional and Applied Philosophy 27–8

Australasian Association of Psychology and Philosophy 52, 218

Australasian Bioethics Association 28, 306

Australasian Journal of Logic 49

Australasian Journal of Philosophy (AJP)

Best Paper Award 53, 76

contributors 61, 62

early years 59–60

editors since 1973 62

editorship of Alan Stout 61

editorship of Graham Nerlich 62

editorship of John Anderson 60–1

editorship of John Passmore 61

establishment and operation 52–3, 59

focus 458

special issue on 1957 East-West Philosophers’ Conference 26, 31

special issue on work of David Lewis 466

status as an international journal 62

supplementary issue on feminist philosophy 592

Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy 59–60, 473, 532

Australasian Philosophy of Religion Association (APRA) 434

Australasian Society for Ancient Philosophy (ASAP) 18, 24, 63–4

Australasian Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (ASCAP) 32–3, 35

Australasian Society for Classical Studies 63

Australasian Society for Cognitive Science 117–18

Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy 64–5, 175, 194, 424, 457

Australasian Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (monograph series) 50–1, 288

Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific: An Environmental History (Garden) 289

Australian Academy for the Exercise and Sport Sciences 441

Australian and New Zealand Association for Literature and Aesthetics 528

Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science 360

Australian and New Zealand Institute of Health, Law and Ethics (Macquarie University) 28, 114

Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics (AAPAE) 66–7, 514

Australian Catholic University (ACU), School of Philosophy 67–8

Australian Centre for Philosophy with Children and Adolescents 373

Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights 113

Australian College 358

Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) 373

Australian Ethics (AAPAE newsletter) 67

Australian Health Ethics Committee (AHEC) 91, 115, 273

‘Australian Heresy’ see identity theory of mind

Australian Highway (journal) 20

Australian Human Ethics Committee (AHEC) 91

Australian Humanities Review 165

Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics 66

Australian Logic Teachers’ Journal 49, 109

Australian materialism

basis 269–70

development of 484

foundation 42

Multiple Realisation Problem 270

objections to 43, 270–1

and physicalism 369

and realism 483

and revival of metaphysics 271

significance 269, 413

see also Central State Materialism; identity theory of mind

Australian National University

alterations to basic structure in 2010 70–1

establishment 69

union with Canberra University College 69

Australian National University, Centre for Information Science Research (CISR) 82

Australian National University, Faculties Philosophy Program

ancient philosophy 18

approach to philosophy 70

Chinese philosophy 33

features of department 69–70

German philosophy 206

joint appointments with CAPPE 70, 105, 108

logic 48

origins and establishment 69

professorial and other staff appointments 69, 70

research breadth 69–70

restructure of university in 2010 70–1

staff in early years 69

Australian National University, History of Ideas Unit 71–2

Australian National University, Institute of Advanced Studies 69

Australian National University, Research School of Information Sciences and Engineering (RSISE) 82–3

Australian National University, Research School of the Social Sciences (RSSS)

Centre for Consciousness 117, 134

conferences 75

establishment 72

honours bestowed on staff 75–6

Jack Smart Lecture 75

John Passmore Lecture 75

professorial and other staff appointments 72–5

publications 72–5

short-term staff and visiting fellows 76

Tanner Lectures 75

workshops 75

see also Automated Reasoning Project (ARP)

Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre 288

Australian Science Archives Project 288

Australian Science in the Making (Home ed.) 288

Australian Society of Legal Philosophy (ASLP) 79–80, 328, 329, 400

Automated Reasoning Project (ARP)

Centre for Information Science Research (CISR) 82

developments since 2003 83

and Fifth Generation Computing project in Tokoyo 82

first ARP (1986–1991) 81–2

interlude between first and second ARPs 82

Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Program at NICTA 83

Logic and Computation Program at NICTA 83

origins 73, 81

second ARP (1994–2002) 82–3

Autonomy and Patient Decisions (Spriggs) 90

Ayub, Abu Sayyid 31–2

Azevedo, Jane, 318

B-theory of time 558

Bacharach, Sondra 572, 574

Bacon, John 537, 570

Badham, Charles 358, 531

Badiou, Alain 65, 175, 192, 196, 459

Baier, Annette C.

academic positions 38, 84, 344

ethics and moral theory 85–6

influence on analytic feminism 15, 86

influence of Hume 85–6

naturalism 84–5

research interests 84

Baier, Kurt 42, 69, 152, 281, 282, 586

Baker, A. J. (‘Jim’) 22, 253, 525, 526, 527, 577, 579

Baker, Jenny 167

Ballantyne, Angela 306

Ballarat University see University of Ballarat

Baltussen, Han 19

Baltzly, Dirk 18, 19, 303

Bambrough, Renford 588

Bankovsky 364

Barcan Forumla 297

Barcan, Ruth 297

Barclay, Linda 15, 299, 307

Barison, David 196

Barker, S. 122

Barlow, Peter 81

Barnett, Dene 189

Barrie, Craig 274

Bartels, Ditta 293

Barthes, Roland 455

Bartoloni, Paolo 372

Barwell, Ismay 301, 372, 572, 574

Barwise Prize 76

Basham, A. L 32

Basic Concepts of Measurement (Ellis) 286

Bates, J. M. 551

Battye, James 268, 269, 374

Baudrillard, Jean 192, 195, 454

Bauer, Andreas 83

Baumgartner, Peter 83

Baxi, Upendra 80

Baxter, Philip 324

Bayesianism 230–1

Bayne, Tim 255

Beall, J. C. 463

Bearsley, Patrick 550

Beauchamp, Thomas 112, 182

Beauvoir, Simone de 96, 172, 173, 174, 175, 254, 420, 424

Bedford, Paddy 65b

Beebee, Helen 76

Beginning Lives: A Philosophical Study of Abortion and Related Issues (Hursthouse) 215, 575

behaviourism 197

Beillharz, Peter 363, 553

Being and Event (Badiou) 196

Being in Time: Selves and Narrators in Philosophy and Literature (Lloyd) 248–9

Believing by Faith (Bishop) 432

Bell, Terry 454

Belnap, N. D. (Jr) 330, 463

Benedict Spinoza (Gunn) 359

Benitez, Eugenio 9

Benitez, Rick 14, 18, 535

Benjamin, Andrew 14, 18, 196, 205, 206, 364, 454, 459

Benjamin, Bruce 69, 586

Benjamin, Walter 13, 14

Benn, Stanley 26, 72, 73, 426

Bennett, David 543

Bennett, Jonathon 296

Bennett, Karen 76

Beran, Harry 590

Bergson, Henri 192, 359

Bergson and His Philosophy (Gunn) 192, 359

Bergsonism 192

Berkeley, George 25, 353–4, 420, 421, 581

Berkeley’s theory of the mind 353, 421

Berkeley’s Theory of Vision (Armstrong) 353–4

Berlin, Isaiah 72

Berry, Catherine 361

Bestor, Tom 268, 269

Between Science and Philosophy (Smart) 504

Beyond Marxism? (Allen & Patton eds) 196

Beyond the Gene: Inheritance and the Struggle for Authority in Genetics (Sapp) 289

Beyond the Limits of Thought (Priest) 463, 479

Bicknell, Peter 18, 23–4

Biegler, Paul 306

Bigelow, John

academic positions 241, 302, 572

applied ethics 29

the Gettier problem 551

influence of David Lewis 246

metaphysics of the nomic 291

possible world semantics 396

problem of induction 229, 230, 471

on time 558–9

on universals 406–7, 570, 571

on weakness of will and conflict of desires 308–10

Bignall, Simon 65

Bilimoria, Purushottama 32, 34, 364, 434, 515

Bill of Rights 403, 493, 495

Bimbo, Katalin 83

bioethics

and advances in biotechnology 90

Australasian contributions 26–7, 28

Catholic tradition 449–50

diversity and multidisciplinarity 92

expansion in 1990s 91

as a field of academic inquiry 88–9

genetic interventions debate 92

journals 28, 115, 298–9, 304–5, 306

key figures in Australasia in early years 26–7, 88–9

in New Zealand 90–1

origins 89

professional associations 28, 306

and public discourse 88–9

research centres 89–90, 114

and research ethics 91, 115–16

‘The Unfortunate Experiment’ and the Cartwright Report 90–1, 273

and virtue ethics 92

see also clinical ethics; feminist bioethics; medical ethics; Singer, Peter

Bioethics (journal) 28, 306

Bioethics: An Anthology (Singer & Kuhse) 305

Bioethics in a Liberal Society (Charlesworth) 90

Bioethics in the Clinic: Hippocratic Reflections, Representation, Meaning and Thought (Gillet et al.) 91

Bioethics News (newsletter) 298, 306

biology see philosophy of biology

Biology and Philosophy (journal) 384, 520, 574

Birch, Charles 161

Bishop, John 38, 168, 171, 301, 432

Black, Max 221

Blackburn, Patrick 579

Blackburn, Simon 3, 102, 203, 232, 460

Blackford, Russell 306

Blackshield, Tony 80

Blackwell Lectures (Brown University) 75

Blainey, Geoffrey 394

Blake, Ralph 414

Block, N. 202

Blunden, Andy 275

Blyth, Dougal 18

Bodie, Leslie 363

The Bodies of Women (Diprose) 187

body, the (philosophy of)

Australasian contributions 93, 94–5, 97

challenging dualism 93–4

corporeal feminism 195

influence of postmodernism 458

influence of Spinoza, Foucault and Deleuze 95–6

phenomenological approach 96

postmodern approaches 453–4

see also Diprose, Rosalyn; Grosz, Elizabeth

Body and Mind (Campbell) 154

Bohrer, Karl Heinz 11

Bond University 97

Bondy, Otto 80

Bonisch, Kevin 550

Bonney, Bill 520, 527, 530

Bookchin, Murray 163

‘boomerang arguments’ 154

Booth, Michael 311

Bostock, David 69

Boucher, Geoff 275, 476

Boulger, Edward Vaughn 1

Boulous-Walker, Michelle 196, 364

Bourdieu, Pierre 11

Bowden, Peta 183, 312

Bowell, Tracy 577, 578, 579

Bowman, Peter 518

Braddon-Mitchell, David 76, 119, 122, 291, 293, 534, 559, 561, 566

Bradley, F. H. 217

Bradley, M. C. 431

Bradley, Michael 3, 4, 270

Bradley, Raymond D. 31, 38, 297

Brady, Ross 45, 81, 241, 242, 331, 409, 410, 489, 490

Braidotti, Rosi 458, 459

The Brains Trust (radio program) 482

Brandom, R. 7

Brandt, Richard 465

Braunack-Mayer, Annette 92, 167

Brazier, Amos 284

Brennan, Andrew 28, 161, 165, 242, 582

Brennan, Geoffrey 74, 427

Brentano, Franz 201

Bridgman, P. W. 518

‘A Brief History of MML’ (Wallace) 444–5

Brien, Andrew 268

Brink, Chris 82

Brink, David 506

Brinsmead, Thomas 319

British empiricism 21

British Idealism 151–2, 204, 219, 278, 358

Broad, C. D. 29, 353

Broad, J. 16

Broadsheet journal 525

Brock, Gillian 29

Brock, Stuart 292, 372, 467, 572, 574

Brogaard, Berit 561, 566

Brooks, Karen 442

Brown, Harvey 518–19

Brown, Neil 548

Brown, Paul 326

Brown, Robert 62, 71, 72, 73

Browne, Derek 384

Brundell, Barry 548

Bryson, John 80

Bubbio, Paolo Diego 206, 364, 372

Buchanan, Ian 459

Buchanan, James 74

Buchdahl, Gerd 41, 286, 437, 586

Buckle, Stephen 67, 306, 432

Budapest School 14

Buddhist philosophy 34–5, 434, 545

Builders Labourers Federation 533

Bull, Robert 296

Bulletin of Symbolic Logic 48

Bulletin of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 80

Bunder, Martin 49

Bürger, Peter 11

Burgess, John 302, 306, 591

Burgh, Gilbert 387

Burke, Michael 442

Burnheim, John 196, 454, 529, 530, 537

Burns, Linda 189, 190, 191, 246, 397, 516

Busch, Doug 253

Butler, Judith 209

By a Society of Ladies (Goldsmith) 574

Byers, Damien 364

Byrnes, Robert 72

Byron Bay Writers Festival 372

Caird, Edward 358

Calcott, Brett 384, 522

Cam, Phillip 387

Cameron, Alan 328

Campbell, C. A. 31

Campbell, Enid 80

Campbell, Keith

academic positions 134, 531, 537

causal theory and functionalism 200

colour perception 353, 370

on consciousness 134

epiphenomenalism 413, 416–17

James Martineau Memorial Lecture 236, 237

metaphysics of properties 43

naturalism 315

property dualism 154

realism about universals 570

and split of Sydney philosophy department 537

Campbell, Richard 69, 70, 173, 206, 363, 431

Campbell, Tom 106, 401, 493–4, 495

Campioni, Mia 195, 196

‘Can Biology Be An Exact Science?’ (Smart) 383

Canberra Plan, the

analytic methodology 47

approach to the a priori 100

approach to philosophy 74

approach to theoretical terms 98–9

‘best deservers’ or role-fillers 99–100

‘collecting the platitudes’ 99

conceptual analysis 236, 365

key papers 100

naturalism 236, 315

origins of the expression 98

two-dimensional semantics 566

uses of the expression 98

Canberra University College 68–9

Candlish, Stewart 62, 353, 582

Cane, Peter 401

Cannold, Leslie 306

Canterbury College see University of Canterbury, philosophy department

Canterbury Freethought Association 326

Canterbury University see University of Canterbury, philosophy department

Cardinal Elements of the Christian Faith (Adam) 549

care, ethics of 92, 183

Caring: Gender-Sensitive Ethics (Bowden) 312

Carl G. Hempel Lectures (Princeton) 75, 466

Carnap, R. 461, 471

Caroline Chisolm Centre for Health Ethics 90, 114

Carrier, Leonard 253

Carroll, John 393

Cartographies: Poststructuralism and the Mapping of Bodies and Spaces (Diprose & Ferrell eds) 95

Cartwright, Nancy 452

Cartwright Report (NZ) 91

Cash, John 475

Castiglione, D. 72

‘Causal Decision Theory’ (Lewis) 471

causal semantics 397–8

causation

contributions by Australasian philosophers 102

difference making theories 103–4

as explanation 105

non-reductionist theories 105

process theories 104–5

regularity theories 103

Causation: A Realist Approach (Tooley) 582

Cavell, S. 8

The Cement of the Universe (Mackie) 251

Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies (India) 35, 237

Central State Materialism 41, 125, 189, 270, 415–16

Centre for Applied Ethics (Flinders University) 27

Centre for Applied Philosophy and Ethics (University of Tasmania) 546

Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE)

engagement in public debate 380

funding 106–7

journal 66

origins and establishment 105–6, 272–3, 283

participating institutions 105, 107

political violence program 29

program areas 106, 114

public consultations 106

Res Publica 491

research activities 106, 272

staff 242

visitors 106

Centre for Biomedical Ethics and Law (Tokyo University) 307

Centre for Cognitive Science (Macquarie University) 255

Centre for Human Bioethics see Monash University, Centre for Human Bioethics

Centre for Information Science Research (CISR) (Australian National University) 82

Centre for Philosophy and Public Issues (University of Melbourne) 27, 106, 283, 491

Centre for the Foundation of Science (University of Sydney) 535

Centre for the Study of Health and Society (University of Melbourne) 289

Centre for Time (University of Sydney) 293, 462, 535

Chadha, Monima 34, 303

Chadwick, Stephen 269

Chalmers, Alan 353, 530, 537, 539, 540

Chalmers, David

a priori knowledge 46

Barwise Prize 76

generalised two-dimensional semantics 564–6

naturalistic dualism 126, 235, 418–19

panprotopsychism 155, 156

philosophy of mind 74, 118–19, 413

on physicalism 370

on problems of consciousness 126, 155, 418–19

two-dimensional semantics 561

zombie argument for dualism 43, 133–4, 418

Chalmers, Don 91

Chan, Shirley 33

chaos 65a

Character Analysis (Reich) 526

Chardin, Teilhard de 170

Charles Sturt University (CSU), philosophy department

establishment 107

partnership in CAPPE 105, 106, 107–8

significant appointments 108

see also Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE)

Charlesworth, Hilary 492, 495

Charlesworth, Max

academic appointments and professional activities 150, 151, 173, 363

approach to teaching philosophy 150, 279

bioethics 90

Continental philosophy 360, 458

European philosophy 193, 281

existentialism 173, 174, 178, 193, 281

French philosophy 174

indigenous religions 434, 515

phenomenology 193, 281, 360, 361

philosophy of religion 279, 431, 434

Sophia journal 514, 515

Chellas, Brian 49

Cheng, Chung-yi 35

Cheyne, Colin 345

Chichele Lectures 75

Childress, James 112, 182

Chinese philosophy 33

Chipman, Lachlan 590

Chisolm, Roderick 271

Cholodenko, Alan 195

Chomsky, Naom 119, 264

Chongyi, Feng 33

Chopra, Yogendra 32, 300

Christensen, Bruin 70, 206, 364

Christensen, Wayne 318, 319

Christie, Maureen 231

Chronos, Diodorus 295

Churchman, Lee 580

Clark, John 389

Clark, Manning 429

Clarke, Steve 28

classical logic

adverbial modification 110–11

Australasian contributions 108–9

and language 109–10

nature of 330

teaching of 109

type theory 110

see also non-classical logic

classical utilitarianism 135–6, 138

Clayton, Megan 443

Clemens, Justin 459

Clendinnen, John 41, 224, 226, 280, 286

clinical ethics

and clinical practice 112

guidelines 113–14

and human research ethics 115–16

institutional centres 116–17

key figures 91–2

legislation regulating clinical practice 113, 116

principalism 112–13

professional codes of ethics 113–14, 450

research centres 114

statements of patients’ rights 113–14

as a subdivision of bioethics 114

see also medical ethics

Clinical Unit in Ethics and Health Law (Newcastle Institute of Public Health) 114

Coady, C. A. J. (‘Tony’) 26, 27, 29, 106, 492, 552

Coady, David 246, 546

Cocking, Dean 137, 306, 575

Codd, John 389

Code of Ethics for the Catholic Health and Aged Care Services in Australia (Plunket Centre for Ethics) 450

codes of ethics 113–14, 450

Coghlan, Peter 67

cognitive science

conception of philosophy 118, 120

and consciousness 134

degree programs 117

empirical research 119

establishment as a field of research 117–18

and phenomenology 424

professional society 117–18

research centres 117

at University of Adelaide 6

Coldham-Fussell, Marg 578

Colebrook, Claire 363, 459

Coleman, Edwin 516

Coleman, Elizabeth 9, 87

Collected Papers (Tichý) 344

Collective Imaginings: Spinoza, Past and Present (Gatens & Lloyd) 249

Colledge, Richard 65

Colless, Edward 195

Collier, John 318

Collingwood, R. G. 392

Collini, Stefan 72

Collins, Carol 516

Collins, John 302, 467

Colloquy (journal) 458

‘Colours’ (Campbell) 370

Colyvan, Mark 431, 472, 473, 535

combined consequentialism 137

The Common Mind (Pettit) 73

Common Sense, Science and Scepticism (Musgrave) 344

The Commons of the Mind (Baier) 84

A Companion to Bioethics (Singer & Kuhse) 305

A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy (Pettit & Goodin) 427

A Companion to Ethics (Singer) 305

A Companion to Modal Logic (Hughes & Cresswell) 139

Computation and Cognition (Pylyshyn) 118

‘The Concept of Heed’ (Place) 41, 414

The Concept of Law (Hart) 399, 400

The Concept of Mind (Ryle) 30, 203, 447

conceptual analysis 365–6, 485

‘Conclusion: What is Feminist Theory?’ (Grosz) 454

conditionals

counterfactuals and subjunctives 122–3

indicative/counterfactual/subjective taxonomy 120–1

indicatives 121–2, 233–4

nature of 120

other kinds of ‘if’, and ‘if’s and other 123

and probabilities 472

Ramsey Test 234

Conditionals (Jackson) 121, 233, 241

Coney, Sandra 182

The Confucian Shi, Official Service and the Confucian Analects (Chan) 33

Connecting Concepts (Golding) 375

connectionist vehicle theory 127

The Conscious Mind: In Search of a Fundamental Theory (Chalmers) 74, 235, 370

consciousness

and Central State Materialism 125

and cognitive science 134

connectionist approach 127

and functionalism 125–6

and identity theory 124–5

ignorance hypothesis 127

and naturalistic dualism 126

and philosophy of mind 123

and physicalism 126

psychological research 123

see also metaphysics of consciousness

Consent and Consensus (Partridge) 426

Consequences of Utilitarianism (Hodgson) 400

consequentialism

actual-value consequentialism 507

combined consequentialism 137

demandingness objection 136–7

in ethics 450

and moral theory 46, 135

nearest and dearest objection 137–8

non-utilitarian forms 136–8

opposition to 151, 153

and reliabilism 46–7

and rights 494

and utilitarianism 46–7, 135–6

constructive thinking 387

Contemporary Concepts of Philosophy (Passmore) 347

Contemporary Philosophy in Australia (Brown & Rollins eds) 589

Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology (Pettit & Goodin eds) 427

contextualism 552

Continental aesthetics

and arts as a social institution 11–12

Australasian research 13–14

and autonomy for art 12

and experience of the arts 12

identifying art from non-art 12–13

Kantian legacy 6, 10–11

post-Kantian stance 10–11

recent approaches to literature and fine arts 11–12

and split between analytic and Continental philosophy 10–11

Continental philosophy

split with analytic philosophy 10–11

and teaching of existentialism 172–3, 174, 360–1

see also Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy; existentialism; French philosophy; German philosophy; Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy (MSCP)

Contretemps (journal) 458

Cook, W. G. (‘Bill’) 482

Cooke, Bryan 275

Cookes, Walter 482

Cooper, Simon 64

Copeland, Jack 102, 240, 295, 297

Cordner, Chris 91, 240, 275, 302, 308, 442

corporeal feminism 195, 207, 208

Corrupting the Youth (Franklin) 427

cosmos 65a

Costa, Newton da 81, 463

Cottingham, John 102

Council of Civil Liberties 482

Counter-Experiences (Hart) 211

counterfactuals and subjunctives 122–3

‘Counterfactuals as Short Stories’ (Maslen) 574

Couvalis, George 190, 372

Cowburn, John 170

Cowie, Fiona 467, 522

Cox, Damian 97

Craig, William Lane 431

Craven, Greg 495

Creative Effort: An Essay on Affirmation (Lindsay) 361

Cresswell, Maxwell J.

academic positions 138, 572, 574

adverbial modification 111

ancient philosophy 17

hyperintensions 140–1

indexical semantics 141–2

lambda-categorical grammar 139–40, 395

modal logic 138–9, 574

possible world semantics 395–6

Critical and Creative Thinking (journal) 149

A Critical Exposition of Bergson’s Philosophy (Stewart) 192, 359

Critical Philosophy (journal) 142–3, 174

critical thinking

as a goal of education 143–4

Hamblin’s dialectical conception of argument 145–6

and informal logic 144

Quality Practice Hypothesis 147–8

Rationale (argument mapping software) 148

reconstructing analytical theories and methods 387

in schools 148–9

seven-step procedure for understanding and evaluating arguments 146–7

Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge (Musgrave) 344

Critique of Judgment (Kant) 10, 11

Critique of Pure Reason (Kant) 464

‘A Critique of Roemer, Hodgson, and Cohen on Exploitation’ (Hunt) 266

‘A Critique of the Sex/Gender Distinction’ (Gatens) 94, 186

Crittenden, Paul 142, 174, 175, 193, 205, 362, 454, 530, 531

Crossley, John 298, 561, 562–3

Crosthwaite, Jan 187, 188, 240, 328

Crotty, Robert 167

Cudd, Ann E. 15

Cullity, Gareth 6, 28–9, 167

cultural invention of philosophy 65c

Cumming, Geoff 446

Curley, E. M. 26, 72

Currie, Gregory 9, 190, 344

Curry, Steven 29, 380

Curry’s Paradox 408, 410

Curthoys, Ann 393

Curthoys, Jean 189, 194, 530, 533

Curzon-Hobson, Aidan 442

Cushan, Anna 240

D’Agostino, Fred 62, 76, 426, 427, 442

Dalton, John 65

Daly, Jim 442

Dane, Paul 473

Daniels, Paul 275

Danto, Arthur 8–9, 12

D’Arcy, Eric 153

Dare, Tim 328, 329, 572

The Dark Gaze (Hart) 211

A Darwinian Left (Singer) 501

Das, Ramon 572, 574

David Lewis (Nolan) 466

David Lewis Lecture (Princeton) 466

Davidson, Alistair 363, 553

Davidson, Barbara 240, 590

Davidson, Donald 3, 44, 111, 203, 205, 253, 270, 396–7, 465

Davidson, John (Rev.) 1

Davies, Alan 475

Davies, Margaret 402

Davies, Martin 74, 75, 169, 300, 396, 466, 561, 563–4

Davies, Stephen 9, 372

Davies, W. Martin (‘Marty’) 2

Davoren, John 83

Dawkins, Richard 520

Dawkins Report 4, 106

Deakin, Alfred 276, 358–9, 362

Deakin University

breadth of course offerings and research interests 151

Continental philosophy 151

cross-disciplinary approach to teaching philosophy 150

distance education and curriculum materials 150

existentialism 173

psychoanalysis and philosophy 476

Declaration of Helsinki 115, 273

deep ecology 28, 159–60, 161, 162–3, 335

Deep-Green Ethics (Routley) 543

deep-green theory 28, 163, 543

Defence of Government Schools 482

Deleuze, Gilles 11, 95, 96, 195, 423, 451, 455, 457

Delimiting the Law: Postmodernism and the Politics of Law (Margaret Davies) 402

The Demands of Consequentialism (Mulgan) 345

Democracy and Disobedience (Singer) 427

Democracy and Freedom (Mayo) 477

Dennett, Daniel 3, 102, 134, 203

deontology

and Aristotelian form-matter distinction 152

Australasian contributions 151–3

ideal observer theory 152

and moral evil 153

nature of 151

and new natural law theory 153

and traditional morality and theism 152–3

Deranty, Jean-Phillip 206, 254, 364

Derrida, Jacques

on art 12

and Blanchot 213

challenges to structuralism 455, 457

différance 424

on distinction between normal and parasitic speech 456

on the gift 433

on linguistics of the sign 212–13

and philosophy of mind 420

and postmodernism 451

translations of his work 195

virtual appearance in Australia 192

Descartes, R. 84, 93, 95, 110, 185, 192, 248, 261, 421–4, 424

Descartes and Husserl (MacDonald) 312

The Design of Experiments (Fisher) 444

‘Desire as Belief’ (Lewis) 471

Detmold, Michael 401

Deutscher, Max

academic positions and professional activities 3, 193, 194, 253, 300, 361, 459

Continental philosophy 458

European philosophy 206, 254

existential phenomenology 175, 361

existentialism 172, 173, 176, 193, 254

French philosophy 193, 254

on Husserl’s transcendental turn 422

influence of Ryle 253

on remembering 261

Deutscher, Penelope 70, 186, 195, 196, 363, 424, 454, 458

La Deuxieme Sexe (Beauvoir) 174, 423

The Development of Logic (Kneale) 277

Devitt, Michael

academic positions 428, 530, 533

Marxist philosophy 194, 205, 428

nominalism 569

philosophy of language 44, 397–8, 520

realism 485, 486, 520

and split of Sydney philosophy department 194, 428, 533, 537

Dewey, John 143, 375, 385, 388, 460

Dewey Lectures 75

Dialectic (journal) 174, 317

Dialogues with Plato (Benitez) 63

Dickie, G. 8

Dietrich, Heather 181

Difference and Repetition (Deleuze) 195, 457, 458

Diodorean logic 469

Dionysos: Nietzsche Contra Nietzsche (Lindsay) 361

Diprose, Rosalyn

academic positions and professional activities 64, 65, 190, 363

biomedical ethics 184, 187

Continental philosophy 64, 65

on dualism 424

ethics of corporeal generosity 96

French philosophy 194, 195

influence of poststructuralism 458

philosophy of the body 424

philosophy of mind 424

phenomenology 363, 364

postmodernism 454

teaching of Women’s Studies 189

direct realism 351–2

Discipline and Punish (Foucault) 96

The Disorder of Law (Sampford) 402

The Disorder of Women (Pateman) 349

Ditmarsch, Hans van 49

Dix, Ann 537

Dix, Michael 523

Docker, John 393

Dockrill, David 18, 316, 318, 319

The Doctrine of Propositions and Terms (Geach & Kenny eds) 468

Dodds, Susan 15, 187, 308–10, 591

Doeuff, Michele le 254

Donagan, Alan 152–3, 281, 282, 333, 586, 589

Donald Davidson and the Mirror of Meaning (Malpas) 312, 397

Doniela, Bill 174, 194, 316, 317, 363, 422

Dorling, John 231

double indexing see two-dimensional modal logic

Dowe, Phil 104–5

Dowling, Eric 22, 23, 527

drama and philosophy 371–2, 380

Dray, William 391

Dreaming, The 65a, 65b

‘The Dreariness of Aesthetics’ (Passmore) 8

Dretske, Fred 30, 102, 202, 243

Drifting Continents and Shifting Theories (Le Grand) 287

Dryzek, John 427

dualism

Australasian contributions 153

and the body 93–4

epiphenomenalism 154–5, 413, 416–18

and feminist philosophy 423, 424

knowledge argument 133, 155, 235, 417–18

and metaphysics of consciousness 133–4

naturalistic dualism 126, 235, 418–19

panprotopsychism 155, 156

and physicalism 126, 154–6, 235

zombie argument 133

Duchamp, Marcel 12

Dudman, Vic 121, 122, 253

Duffin, Stephen 269

Duffy, Simon 364

Dugdale, Anni 289

Duggan, G. H. 550

Duke, George 275

Dummett, Michael 44, 77, 397, 413, 485, 486

Dunbabin, R. L. 362, 544

Duncan, Graeme 426

Dunera (ship) 69, 78, 280, 286

Dunlop, Francis W. 217, 343, 363

Dunn, Mike 489

Dunn, Robert 590

Dunne, John William 133

Dunphry, Jocelyn 173, 363, 364

During, Elizabeth 254

Durrant, Bob 343

Dutton, Denis 9, 371, 372, 528

Dwyer, Luciana 254

Dyason, Diane 41, 50, 286

Dyason Lecture 50

Dyke, Heather 345

Eagle, Antony 246, 467

Earman, John 519

East-West Philosophers’ Conference on the Good Life (1957) 26, 31

ecofeminism 28, 161, 162, 163

Ecological Ethics and Politics (McCloskey) 241

ecological humanities 164–5

The Ecological Self (Mathews) 161, 241, 242

The Economy of Esteem (Pettit & Brennan) 355–6

Eddy, W. H. C. 341

education

philosophy in primary education 375–6, 387

philosophy in professional education 376–8

philosophy in secondary education 381–3, 387

reform 4, 106, 218, 532

secular versus religious 22, 430

see also Philosophy for Children (P4C); philosophy of education

Educational Philosophy and Theory (journal) 386, 389

Edwards, Paul 281, 514

The Effluvial Theory of Electricity (Home) 287

Egan, Andy 76

Electricity and Experimental Physics in Eighteenth-century Europe (Home) 287

Elements of Formal Logic (Hughes & Londey) 574

Elliot, Robert 26, 28, 161, 479

Ellis, Brian

academic positions 3, 62, 238, 241, 286, 287

applied ethics 26

on belief systems 240

on laws of nature 244

on problem of induction 224–5

and Rationalist Society of Australia 482

scientific materialism 367

on special relativity 518

on truth and objectivity 241, 485

Elkin, A. P. 65a, 65b

Ellis, W. F. 237

emancipatory philosophy 451

Empiricism and Ethics (Monro) 42, 300

environmental activism 157, 159

environmental ethics

Australasian contributions 28, 158–60, 543

and moral status of natural entities 158–9

as a moral wake-up call 165–6

and normative ethics 335

and virtue ethics 216

environmental philosophy

and anthropocentrism 157, 335

deep ecology 28, 159–60, 161, 162–3, 335

deep-green theory 28, 163, 543

ecofeminism 28, 161, 162, 163

and the ecological humanities 164–5

ecological philosophies 161

‘green wars’ 162–3

holism versus relationality debate 163

Indigenous thought 164, 165

moral considerability debate 160–6

and the nature of nature 163–5

new themes 165

and place 165

shallow ecology movement 159–60

social ecology 161, 163

traditions of human/nature relations 159

at University of Queensland 479

Environmental Philosophy (Elliot & Gare eds) 479

Environmental Philosophy (Mannison et al. eds) 479

‘Environmental Virtue Ethics’ (Hursthouse) 216

‘Epiphenomenal Qualia’ (Jackson) 73, 119, 133, 370, 417

epiphenomenalism 154–5, 413, 416–18

epistemic reliabilism 45–6

epistemology 45–6

Escher, M. C. 5

Esler, James 80

Essays Metaphysical and Moral (Smart) 504

Essays on Realism and Rationalism (Musgrave) 344

The Ethical Foundations of Marxism (Kamenka) 426

ethics

and aesthetics 9

of care 92, 183

in feminist philosophy 187–8

of international affairs 28–9

at University of Adelaide 6

see also applied ethics; moral theory; normative ethics; virtue ethics

Ethics (Mackie) 251, 343

Ethics and the A Priori (Smith) 504, 507, 508

Ethics Centre of South Australia (ECSA) 166–7

Ethics, Humans and Other Animals (Hursthouse) 215, 575

ethics of care 92, 183

ethics of international affairs 28–9

Ethics, Persuasion and Truth (Smart) 504

The Ethox Centre (Oxford) 307

Eucken, Rudolf 277–8, 282, 343, 359, 363, 429

Eucken Society 360

Eureka Prize for Critical Thinking (Australian Museum) 6, 148, 306

euthanasia 89, 272, 305, 500

evaluation 146–7

Evans, Jim 328, 329, 403

Evgeny Pashukanis: A Critical Reappraisal (Head) 267–8

evil, the problem of

Australasian contributions 167

and compatabilist theory of free will 168–9

free will defence 168

and God as love 171

Haldane/Smart debate 169

James Martineau Memorial Lecture 236–7

as a logical problem 167–8

McCloskey’s treatment 169

and Molinism 170

non-theistic arguments 168–9

and omnipotence 252, 548

and probability 472

and sceptical theism 170

theistic arguments 170

and theodicy 169, 170

‘Evil and Omnipotence’ (Mackie) 167–8, 343

Ewin, R. E. 582

‘An Examination of Restricted Utilitarianism’ (McCloskey) 282

Examiner (journal) 327

The Existence of God (Swinburne) 168

The Existence of Space and Time (Hinckfuss) 478

existentialism

in Australian philosophy 172

distinguishing features 171–2

early years 172–3, 360

fragmentation and eclipse 174–5

golden years 173–4

in New Zealand 174

and religious themes 176

renewal in twenty-first century 175–6

see also French philosophy

Existentialist Discussion Group (Melbourne) 176–7

Existentialist Society (Melbourne) 174, 177–8

Exploring Meinong’s Jungle and Beyond (Routley) 178–80, 411, 542

The Extended Phenotype (Dawkins) 383, 520

‘Extending the Limits of Moral Theory’ (Baier) 86

‘Extensional Reduction II’ (Routley & Meyer) 331

‘Extreme and Restricted Utilitarianism’ (Smart) 465

‘Extreme Demand’, the 6

Facts and the Function of Truth (Price) 460

Fagenblatt, Michael 64

Fairfax, William 358

Fal, Ofer 540

Falk, W. D. 42, 281, 586

Falzon, Chris 318, 319

‘Famine, Affluence and Morality’ (Singer) 499

Farin, Ingo 364

Farrell, Brian 447

Farrell, David 428

Farrell, P. M. 80, 168, 548

Farrell, Robert 319

Faulkner, Joanne 364

Federation of Australasian Philosophy in Schools Associations (FAPSA) 149, 374

Federation of Australian Philosophy for Children Associations (FAPCA) 373

Feher, Ferenc 363

Feigl, Herbert 3, 30, 203, 220, 221, 224, 225

Feltham, Oliver 65, 196

Feminism and the History of Philosophy (Lloyd) 248

Feminism and the Mastery of Nature (Plumwood) 162

feminist bioethics

biopolitics and biopower 184

critique of principlism 182–3

distinguishing characteristics 181

and the ethics of care 183

and human embodiment 183–4

philosophical approaches 182–4

relational approaches to autonomy 183

women’s health and political activism 181–2

Feminist Challenges (Pateman & Grosz) 428

Feminist International Network of Resistance to Reproductive and Genetic Engineering (FINRRAGE) 181

feminist philosophy

Australasian contributions 184–5

and dualism 423, 424

and Freud 474–5

on human embodiment 187

institutional reception 428, 533, 537

issues in ethics and politics 187–8

and phenomenology 424

postmodernism and politics of Enlightenment thought 452–3

race and culture and women’s oppression 188

recent themes 188

sexual difference 186, 453

sexual harassment 187–8

teaching and research 185

tensions at University of Sydney 533, 537

women and reason 185–6

see also analytic feminism; body, the; ecofeminism; feminist bioethics

Fenner, Peter 32

Ferrell, Robyn 14, 195, 196, 254, 372, 454, 458

Feur, L. 72

Feyerabend, Paul 38, 231

‘Fictionalism about Fictional Characters’ (Brock) 574

Fidler, Fiona 446

The Fight for the Forests (Routley & Routley) 158–9, 543

Findlay, John N. 41, 296, 343, 363, 467, 469, 557, 588

Fine, Kit 82

Finnis, John 153, 333, 401, 493

First Principles of Jurisprudence (Salmond) 399

Fish, Bill 269

Fisher, Anthony (Bishop) 67

Fisher, Ronald Aylmer (Sir) 444

Fisher Memorial Prize (American Society for Aesthetics) 574

Fitzpatrick, F. J. 170

Fleming, Michael 580

Fleming, Philip 522

Fleming, T. V. 548

Flew, A. G. N. 3, 203, 503

Flinders University, Centre for Applied Ethics 27

Flinders University, Centre for Applied Philosophy 190–1

Flinders University, discipline of philosophy

curriculum and assessment 189, 190

establishment 189

and Ethics Centre of South Australia 166–7, 191

‘The Fly and the Fly-bottle’ (radio program) 280

Foddy, Bennet 443

Fodor, J. 202, 223, 232, 465

folk philosophy 65a, 65c

Foot, Philippa 575

For Love of Matter (Mathews) 242

Ford, Norman 90, 92, 548

Forge, John 294

Formal Logic (Prior) 329, 469

Forrest, Peter 62, 76, 246, 291, 430, 434, 472, 519, 570

Foss, Paul 454

Foster, Alf 482

Foster, John 352

Foucault, Michel

on biopolitics and biopower 184

on the body 96

and postmodernism 453

and poststructuralism 455, 457

and Sartre 176

translations of his work 194, 195

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