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The game of belief
B Maguire, J Woods
Philosophical Review 129 (2), 211-249, 2020
1082020
How expressivists can and should explain inconsistency
D Baker, J Woods
Ethics 125 (2), 391-424, 2015
662015
Logical partisanhood
J Woods
Philosophical Studies 176 (5), 1203-1224, 2019
522019
The authority of formality
J Woods
Oxford studies in metaethics 13, 207-29, 2018
492018
Mathematics, morality, and self‐effacement
J Woods
Nos 52 (1), 47-68, 2018
422018
Emptying a paradox of ground
J Woods
Journal of Philosophical Logic 47, 631-648, 2018
402018
The frege-geach problem
J Woods
The Routledge handbook of metaethics, 226-242, 2017
402017
Expressivism and Moore's Paradox
J Woods
Philosophers' Imprint 14 (5), 1-12, 2014
402014
Against reflective equilibrium for logical theorizing
W Jack
The Australasian Journal of Logic 16 (7), 319-341, 2019
262019
Logical indefinites
J Woods
Logique et Analyse 227, 277-307, 2014
242014
The normative force of promising
J Woods
Oxford Studies in Normative Ethics 6, 2016
232016
Structuralist neologicism
F Boccuni, J Woods
Philosophia Mathematica 28 (3), 296-316, 2020
172020
Characterizing invariance
J Woods
Ergo 3, 778-807, 2017
142017
Model theory, Hume's dictum, and the priority of ethical theory
J Woods, B Maguire
Ergo 4 (14), 419-440, 2017
142017
A commitment-theoretic account of Moore’s paradox
J Woods
Pragmatics, truth and underspecification, 323-348, 2018
132018
Intertranslatability, theoretical equivalence, and perversion
J Woods
Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 7 (1), 58-68, 2018
132018
The ways of logicality: Invariance and categoricity
D Bonnay, SGW Speitel
72021
Footing the cost (of normative subjectivism)
J Woods
Methodology and moral philosophy, 166-190, 2018
72018
Failures of categoricity and compositionality for intuitionistic disjunction
J Woods
Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 1 (4), 281-291, 2012
72012
forthcoming.“The game of belief.”
B Maguire, J Woods
Philosophical Review, 0
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