Part I: The Sixth Philosophical Perspectives Lecture: Computer Proof, Apriori Knowledge, and Other Monds: Tyler Burge. Part
II: Intensionality and Intentionality: Teh Subject Verb Object Class I: Joseph Almog. The Subject Verb Object Class II:
Joseph Almog. Why Holism is Harmless and Necessary: Akeel Bilgrami. Actions, Norms, and Practical Reasoning: Robert Brandom.
Semantics for Opaque Contexts: Kirk Ludwig and Greg Ray. Proportionality and Mental Causation: A Fit?: Matthew McGrath.
Part III: Language, Ontology and Truth: Identity and General Similarity: Harry Deutsch. Reference and Description Revisited:
Frank Jackkson. Some Reflections on the Sport of Language: Mark Norris Lance. Three Norms of Assertibility, or How the MOA
Became Extinct: Huw Price. Commitment: Mark Richard. Part IV: Rule-Following: Rules and Powers: C. B. Martin and John Neil.
Facts, Truth Conditions, and the Skeptical Solution to the Rule-Following Paradox. Part V: The Nature of the Mental. Numbers,
Minds, and Bodies: A Fresh Look at Mind-Body Dualism: John O'Leary-Hawthorne and Jeffrey K. McDonough. Mind the Gap: David
Papineau. The Boadness of the Mental: Some logical Considerations: Timothy Williamson. Part VI: Consciousness and Qualia:
A Symposium: The Division of Phenomenal Labor: A Problem for Representational Theories of Consciousness. A Narrow Representationalist
Account of Qualitative Experience: Georges Rey. Inverted Earth, Swampman, and Representationism: Michael Tye. In Defense
of the Representational Theory of Qualia (Replies to Neander, Rey, and Tye): William G. Lycan. Part VII: Naturalism and Actualism:
An Exchange: Naturalism, Actualism, and Ontology: James E. Tomberlin. Putting Metaphysics First: A Response to James Tomberlin.
Actualism, Quantification, and Contextual Semantics: Terence Horgan.