Articles Named by the Philosopher's
For many years,
articles published in the JHP
have been recognized by the
Philosopher's Annual as among the ten
best articles published in philosophy
each year. We are proud to list these
outstanding articles and their authors
T. M. Rudavsky, "Divine Ominiscience and Future
Contingents in Gersonides"
Paul Katsafanas, "The Concept of Unified Agency
in Nietzsche, Plato, and Schiller"
Clinton Tolley, "The Generality of Kant's
Anat Schechtman, "Descartes's Argument for the
Existence of the Idea of an Infinite Being"
Owen Ware, "Kant
on Moral Sensibility and Moral Motivation"
"Leibniz on Privations, Limitations, and the
Metaphysics of Evil"
Jean–Luc Solère, "The Coherence of Bayle's
Theory of Toleration"
Jon McGinnis, "A Continuation of Atomism:
Shahrastānī on the Atom and Continuity"
Jessica Moss and
Whitney Schwab, "The Birth of Belief"