Peter W. Ross

Peter W. Ross

Professor, Academic Department, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

Recent Scholarly Activities

  • "Phenomenal Externalism's Explanatory Power,"  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2017.
  • "What the Mind-Independence of Colour Requires," in M. Silva (ed.),  How Colour Matters for Philosophy (Springer), 2017.
  • “Spectrum Inversion,” forthcoming in  The  Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Colour, edited by Derek Brown and Fiona Macpherson.
  • “Primary and Secondary Qualities,”  The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy  of Perception, editor Mohan Matthen, Oxford University Press, 2015, 405-421.
  • “Existence Problems in Philosophy and Science,”  Synthese, 190, 18 (December 2013):  4239-4259. Co-authored with Dale Turner.   
  • "Perceived Colors and Perceived Locations: A Problem for Color Subjectivism,"  American Philosophical Quarterly, 49, 2 (April 2012):  125-138.
  • Review of  The Senses: Classic and Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives , editor Fiona Macpherson,  Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2011.08.24.

Links to Courses Fall 2020