(The median citation count of Monist is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Traditional African Religion as a Neglected Form of Monotheism13
The World Just Is the Way It Is9
Outline of “Nihil Obstat: An Analysis of Ability”7
Cosmopsychism, Coherence, and World-Affirming Monism7
Genealogy, Evaluation, and Engineering7
The Playful Self-Involution of Divine Consciousness: Sri Aurobindo’s Evolutionary Cosmopsychism and His Response to the Individuation Problem7
Agency as a Two-Way Power: A Defence6
Panpsychism and the Inner-Outer Gap Problem6
Constitutive Instrumentalism and the Fragility of Responsibility6
On Two Different Kinds of Computational Indeterminacy5
Reason Versus Power: Genealogy, Critique, and Epistemic Injustice5
Get Smart: Outcomes, Influence, and Responsibility5
Responsibility in Cases of Structural and Personal Complicity: A Phenomenological Analysis5
An Egalitarian Account of Composition and Realization4
Identity Metaphysics4
On theĀtmanThesis Concerning Fundamental Reality4
Undivided Forward-Looking Moral Responsibility4
Free Will and Quantum Mechanics4
Killing Time Again4
Demoralization and Hope: A Psychological Reading of Kant’s Moral Argument4
Perspectival Ontology: Between Situated Knowledge and Multiculturalism4
How Is Criminal Punishment Forward-Looking?3
Consequentialism and the Responsibility of Children: A Forward-Looking Distinction between the Responsibility of Children and Adults3
Vice and Virtue in Sikh Ethics3
Cosmic Consciousness3
Free Will and Luck: Compatibilism versus Incompatibilism3
It’s Up to You3
The Statistical Nature of Causation3
Why Standing to Blame May Be Lost but Authority to Hold Accountable Retained: Criminal Law as a Regulative Public Institution3
Moral Entanglement: Taking Responsibility and Vicarious Responsibility3
Barking Up the Wrong Tree: On Control, Transformative Experiences, and Turning Over a New Leaf3
What Is Cosmopsychism?3
Analytic Panpsychism and the Metaphysics of Rāmānuja’s Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta3
Śaṅkaran Monism and the Limits of Thought2
Levels in Biological Organisms: Hierarchy of Production Mechanisms, Heterarchy of Control Mechanisms2
The Human Face of Naturalism: Putnam and Diamond on Religious Belief and the “Gulfs between Us”2
Aspects of the Real Numbers: Putnam, Wittgenstein, and Nonextensionalism2
Dripping with Blood and Dirt from Head to Toe: Marx’s Genealogy of Capitalism in Capital, Volume 12
Necrology of Ontology: Putnam, Ethics, Realism2
Nihil Obstat: Lewis’s Compatibilist Account of Abilities2
The Multiple-Computations Theorem and the Physics of Singling Out a Computation2
Towards a Genealogy of Forward-Looking Responsibility2
Proselytism as Epistemic Violence: A Jewish Approach to the Ethics of Religious Persuasion2
Interconnected Blameworthiness2
What if the Dead Are Never Really Dead?2
The Underlying Unity of Hope and Trust2
Complicity and Normative Control2
Faithfully Taking Pascal’s Wager2
Transgenerational Social Structures and Fictional Actors: Community-Based Responsibility for Future Generations2
Democratic Despotism, Democratic Culture, and the Democratic Ideal1
Circumstance, Answerability, and Luck1
Above Time: Rabbi Nachman’s Tzaddik and Enlightened Temporal Experience1
Faces of Vicarious Responsibility1
On Moral Unintelligibility: Beauvoir’s Genealogy of Morality in the Second Sex1
God, God’s Perfections, and the Good: Some Preliminary Insights from the Catholic-Hindu Encounter1
Should Longtermists Recommend Hastening Extinction Rather Than Delaying It?1
Responsibility, Reflection, and Rational Ability1
Could a Divine-Command Theory of Moral Obligations Justify Horrible Acts? Some Kierkegaardian Reflections1
A Conversation between Jacques Bouveresse and Hilary Putnam1
Special-Science Counterfactuals1
Editors’ Introduction: Responsibility, Luck, and a Pandemic1
John Heil’s General Ontology1
Vicarious Responsibility and the Problem of ‘Too Much’: Moral Luck from the Perspective of Ordinary Ethics1
A Buddhist Response to the Quality-Combination Problem for Panpsychism1
Nestorius and Nestorianism1
Saved by the Dark Forest: How a Multitude of Extraterrestrial Civilizations Can Prevent a Hobbesian Trap0
Vindicating Reasons0
Global Faith, Trust, and Hope0
Introduction: Levels of Reality0
Genealogy as Meditation and Adaptation with theHan Feizi0
A Conversation on Grounding0
Risk, Non-Identity, and Extinction0
Group Immortality and Transgenerational Meaning0
Descriptivism about the Reference of Set-Theoretic Expressions: Revisiting Putnam’s Model-Theoretic Arguments0
The Proper Objects of Faith and Hope0
On the Nature of Faith and Its Relation to Trust and Belief0
Non-Piecemeal Pluralism0
The Objects of Rational Thought (a Sketch)0
Running Causation Aground0
The Tribute of Faith: Theistic Commitment as Moral Gesture0
Janna Thompson’s Contributions to Philosophy0
Democracy’s Values and Ideals: A Duboisian Defence0
‘Humanity’: Constitution, Value, and Extinction0
Hilary Putnam’s Liberal Naturalism about Language Use, Reference, and Truth0
The Dividends of Democracy’s Destruction: Surplus, Ideology, and Militarism in the Turn to Empire in Du Bois’s Black Reconstruction0
How Not to Be a Fallibilist0
An Epistemic Approach to Ground0
Free Will for the Long Run0
Explanation Good, Grounding Bad0
St. Anselm of Canterbury on God and Morality0
Wimpy Retributivism and the Promise of Moral Influence Theorists0
You Say I Want a Revolution0
Duboisian Leadership through Standpoint Epistemology0
Autonomy and Radical Evil: Kant’s Ethical Transformation of Sin0
Is Heidegger’s History of Being a Genealogy?0
Birthright Entitlements and Obligations in an Intergenerational Political Society0
Cartesian Infallibilism and a Guarantee of Truth0
Transgenerational Communitarianism in a Global Interconnected World: A Critique0
Radical Empiricism, Neutral Monism, and the Elements of Mind0
Faith as Trust0
The Significance of the Division of Linguistic Labor0
Exploding the Realism-Antirealism Debate: Putnam contra Putnam0
Compensation and Moral Luck0
Aquinas’s Theory of Goodness0
Do the Current Poor Owe Anything to Future Persons? The Transgenerational Community Principle and Prioritarianism0
Nietzschean Monism? A Pandispositionalist Proposal0
A Safe Road to Infallibilism?0
How to Abū Hāšim Meinong0
Time, Grounding, and Esoteric Metaphysics0
The Holy and the God-Loved: The Dilemma in Plato’sEuthyphro0
Knowledge-First Inferential Evidence: A Response to Dunn0
Deterrence and Self-Defence0
Monism, Spinoza’s Way0
Concepts of Existential Catastrophe0
Generationality: On Intergenerationality, Transgenerationality, and the ‘Generation War’0
Would Carnap Have Tolerated Modern Metaphysics?0
The Grounding Mystique0
How Infallibilists Can Have It All0
Existential Risk, Astronomical Waste, and the Reasonableness of a Pure Time Preference for Well-Being0
The New Collapse Argument against Quantifier Variance0
Existential Risk, Climate Change, and Nonideal Justice0
Really Knowing: A Collocational Argument for an Infallibilist Sense of ‘Know’0
When the Generational Overlap Is the Challenge Rather Than the Solution. On Some Problematic Versions of Transgenerational Justice0
Anti-Climacus and the Demoralization of Sin0
Rational Faith: How Faith Construed as Trust Does, and Does Not, Go Beyond Our Evidence0
Conceptual Truth, Necessity, and Negation0
Characterizing the Value of Morally Responsible Agency0
Confucianism and Transgenerational Grounds for Justice0
The Faithfulness to Fact0
Psychology, Physiology, Medicine: The Perspectivist Interpretation of Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morality0
The Primacy of Hope for Human Flourishing0
Iblis, Abraham, and Teleological Suspensions0
Varieties of Grounding Skepticism0
Disingenuous Infallibilism0
Du Bois on Government and Democratic Debate0