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Philosophy, The World, Life, and The Law: In Honour of Susan Haack

 

Part I

Foreword: An Immense and Enduring Contribution
Justice Russell Brown

Editor’s Introduction
Mark Migotti

From There to Here: Fifty-Plus Years of Philosophy with Susan Haack
Mark Migotti

PHILOSOPHY AND HOW WE GO ABOUT IT

Susan Haack’s Pragmatism as a Multi-faceted Philosophy
Jaime Nubiola

Metaphysics, Religion, and Death: or, We’ll Always Have Paris
Rosa Maria Mayorga

Naturalism, Innocent Realism, and Haack’s Subtle Art of Balancing Philosophy
Sofia Inês Albornoz Stein and Adriano Naves de Brito

Learning From Fiction: A Foundherentist Approach
Meggan Padvorac

THE WORLD AND HOW WE UNDERSTAND IT

Truth as Representation, Not Will: How Peirce’s Modest Correspondence Theory Can Complement Haack’s Innocent Realism
Robert Lane

Perception, Abduction, and Foundherentism
Aaron Wilson

Blocking Inquiry in the Name of Science: The Dispute About Nothing
Cornelis de Waal

Part II

OUR LIVES AND HOW WE LIVE THEM

Haack Among the Feminists: Or, Where are the Women?
Tim Crowley

William James On The Meaningful Life
Iddo Landau

Susan Haack on How to Regain the Faith To Do Philosophy
Rubén Sampieri-Cabál

THE LAW AND HOW WE USE IT

Reflections on Truth in Law
Brian Bix

What Is Foundherentism? And What Can It Contribute to The Theory of Evidence in The Law?
Daniel Gonzáles-Lagier

Proof Beyond Any Reasonable Doubt? Or Beyond Some Reasonable Doubt?
Orión Vargas Vélez

The Relevance of Susan Haack’s Epistemology to Evidence Law in Latin America
Andrea Merio and Mario Chaumet

TESTIMONIALS AND TRIBUTES

To Susan Haack
Kiriaki Xerohemna

For Susan Haack
Jordi Ferrer and Carmen Vásquez

How to be a Good Haacker
Bartosz Brożek

Preposterism vs. The Pursuit of Truth
Ana Luisa Ponce Miotti

On Pineapples, Puzzles and Real-Life Philosophy
Vitor de Paula Ramos

Not Only Words
Rachel Herdy

Susan Haack: A Passionate Moderate
Leslie Marsh

Not One of the Boys: Memoirs of an Academic Misfit
Susan Haack

Part I

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Part II

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