Guide to the Experts Profile
Deborah C. Smith | Associate ProfessorOffice/Department: Department of Philosophy
Location: 320 Bowman Hall
Area(s) of Expertise:
- University of Washington, Ph.D. 1996 Philosophy
- University of Washington, M.A. 1992 Philosophy
- Pomona College, B.A. 1990 Philosophy
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
- “Mind-Independence and the Logical Space of Wright’s Realist-Relevant Axes,” The Southern Journal of Philosophy 49 (2011): 164-191.
- "Superassertibility and the Equivalence Schema: a Dilemma for Wright's Antirealist," Synthese 157 (2007): 129-139, also available online.
- "Warranted Assertibility and the Norms of Assertoric Practice: Why Truth and Warranted Assertibility are not Coincident Norms," Ratio 18 (2005): 206-20.
- "A Hole in the Defense of Pure Reason: The Gap Between the Grasping of a Concept and Synthetic A Priori Justification," Journal of Philosophical Research 28 (2003): 345-60.
- "The Case for Metaphysical Realism," The Southern Journal of Philosophy 40 (2002): 411-19.
- "Parift on Personal Identity: In Defense of Natural Persons," Idealistic Studies 31 (2000): 169-81.
- "Moral Realism, Skepticism, and Anti-Realism: A Critical Analysis of the Criteria for Moral Realism," Disputatio 11 (2001): 24-33.
- "Metaphysical Antirealism and Objective Truth: Is Metaphysical Antirealism Self Refuting?," Southern Journal of Philosophy, 37 (1999): 293-313.