Jonathan Schaffer
Jonathan Schaffer
Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University
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On what grounds what
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Monism: The priority of the whole
J Schaffer
The Philosophical Review 119 (1), 31-76, 2010
7482010
Is there a fundamental level?
J Schaffer
Noûs 37 (3), 498-517, 2003
4352003
Contrastive causation
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The Philosophical Review 114 (3), 327-358, 2005
3262005
The metaphysics of causation
J Schaffer
2952003
Grounding, transitivity, and contrastivity
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Metaphysical grounding: Understanding the structure of reality, 122-138, 2012
2722012
International Society for Bipolar Disorders Task Force on Suicide: meta‐analyses and meta‐regression of correlates of suicide attempts and suicide deaths in bipolar disorder
A Schaffer, ET Isometsä, L Tondo, D H Moreno, G Turecki, C Reis, ...
Bipolar disorders 17 (1), 1-16, 2015
2652015
Grounding in the image of causation
J Schaffer
Philosophical studies 173 (1), 49-100, 2016
2542016
From contextualism to contrastivism
J Schaffer
Philosophical Studies: An International Journal for Philosophy in the …, 2004
2342004
Trumping preemption
J Schaffer
The Journal of Philosophy 97 (4), 165-181, 2004
2122004
Causation by disconnection
J Schaffer
Philosophy of Science 67 (2), 285-300, 2000
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Knowing the answer
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 75 (2), 383-403, 2007
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The least discerning and most promiscuous truthmaker
J Schaffer
The Philosophical Quarterly 60 (239), 307-324, 2010
1882010
Contrastive knowledge
J Schaffer
Oxford studies in epistemology 1, 235-271, 2005
1822005
Two Conceptions of Sparse Properties*
J Schaffer
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 85 (1), 92-102, 2004
1742004
Spacetime the one substance
J Schaffer
Philosophical studies 145 (1), 131-148, 2009
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Perspective in taste predicates and epistemic modals
J Schaffer
1462009
From nihilism to monism
J Schaffer
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 85 (2), 175-191, 2007
1452007
Causes need not be physically connected to their effects: The case for negative causation
J Schaffer
Contemporary debates in philosophy of science, 197-216, 2004
1452004
Monism
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1412007
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