Justin Khoo
Justin Khoo
Associate Professor, MIT
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Moral disagreement and moral semantics
J Khoo, J Knobe
Nous 52 (1), 109-143, 2018
572018
Modal disagreements
J Khoo
Inquiry 58 (5), 511-534, 2015
482015
On indicative and subjunctive conditionals
J Khoo
Philosophers' Imprint 27 (32), 1-40, 2015
282015
Probabilities of Conditionals in Context
J Khoo
Linguistics and Philosophy 39 (1), 2016
272016
Code words in political discourse
J Khoo
philosophical topics 45 (2), 33-64, 2017
192017
A Note on Gibbard's Proof
J Khoo
Philosophical Studies 166 (1), 153-164, 2012
192012
Operators or restrictors? A reply to Gillies
J Khoo
Semantics and Pragmatics 4 (4), 1-43, 2011
142011
Triviality results and the relationship between logical and natural languages
J Khoo, M Mandelkern
Mind 128 (510), 485-526, 2019
112019
Backtracking counterfactuals, revisited
J Khoo
Mind 126 (503), 841–910, 2017
102017
Conditionals, indeterminacy, and triviality
J Khoo
Philosophical Perspectives 27, 260-287, 2013
72013
Against preservation
M Mandelkern, J Khoo
Analysis 79 (3), 424-436, 2019
62019
New horizons for a theory of epistemic modals
J Khoo, J Phillips
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 97 (2), 309-324, 2019
22019
The disagreement challenge to contextualism
J Khoo
The Routledge Handbook of Epistemic Contextualism, 257-271, 2017
22017
Quasi indexicals
J Khoo
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 0
2*
Disjunctive antecedent conditionals
J Khoo
Synthese, 1-30, 2018
12018
Conditionals: Interactions with Adverbs, Modals, and Tense
J Khoo
Yale University, 2013
12013
Lecture Notes: Probability of Conditionals in Modal Semantics
J Khoo, P Santorio
2018
Moral Disagreement and Moral Semantics
J Knobe, JD Khoo
Wiley Blackwell, 2016
2016
Conditionals and questions
J Khoo
Springer Netherlands, 2016
2016
Austere Realism: Contextual Semantics Meets Minimal Ontology, by Terence Horgan and Matjaž Potrč.
J Khoo
Mind 124 (496), 1292-1299, 2015
2015
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