The Cartesian Circle.
1: Editors' Introduction.
2: Descartes on the Consistency of Reason.
3: Frankfurt and the Cartesian Circle.
Descartes on Mind-Body Interaction.
4: Editors' Introduction.
5: Understanding Interaction: What Descartes Should have Told Elisabeth.
6: Understanding Interaction Revisited.
Making Sense of Spinoza's Ethics.
7: Editors' Introduction.
8: Excerpts from Spinoza.
9: The Sirens of Elea: Rationalism, Monism and Idealism in Spinoza.
The Appeal of Occasionalism.
10: Editors' Introduction.
11: Causation, Intentionality, and the Case for Occasionalism.
12: Malebranche on Necessary Connections, Omniscience, and Omnipotence.
Did Leibniz Believe in Corporeal Substances?.
13: Editors' Introduction.
14: Why Corporeal Substances Keep Popping up in Leibniz's Later Philosophy.
15: Idealism and Corporeal Substance in Leibniz's Metaphysics.
The Role of Mechanism in Locke's Essay.
16: Editors' Introduction.
17: Lockean Mechanism.
18: Mechanism and Essentialism in Locke's Thought.
Locke on Personal Identity.
19: Editors' Introduction.
20: Locke on People and Substances.
21: Revisiting People and Substances.
Idealism Without God.
22: Editors' Introduction.
23: Berkeley without God.
24: Response to Atherton: No Atheism without Skepticism.
Hume on Causation.
25: Editors' Introduction.
26: David Hume: Objects and Power.
27: Reply to Strawson: ‘David Hume: Objects and Power’.
Hume on Miracles.
28: Editors' Introduction.
29: Bayes, Hume, Price, and Miracles.
30: Earman on Hume on Miracles.
Defending the Synthetic A Priori.
31: Editors' Introduction.
32: Necessity, Analyticity, and the A Priori.
33: Pure Intuition and Kant's Synthetic A Priori.
What Is Transcendental Idealism?.
34: Editors' Introduction.
35: Excerpts from Kantian Humility.
36: Langton, Kant, and Things in Themselves.
Why Read the History of Philosophy?.
37: Editors' Introduction.
38: Does History have a Future? Some Reflections on Bennett and Doing Philosophy Historically.
39: Philosophy and Its History.