FASS Staff Profile

MICHAEL W. PELCZAR
ASSOC PROFESSOR
DEPARTMENT of PHILOSOPHY

Appointment:
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office:
AS3/05-10
Email:
phimwp@nus.edu.sg
Tel:
+65 6516-3894
Fax:
+65 6777-9514
Homepage:
http://michaelpelczar.com
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Brief Introduction

Michael Pelczar joined the Philosophy Department at NUS in 2001. Previously he taught at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He received his PhD from the University of Virginia. He is originally from Chestertown, Maryland.

Publications

BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS AUTHORED

  • Sensorama: A Phenomenalist Analysis of Spacetime and Its Contents (Oxford University Press.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • Physical time, phenomenal time, and the symmetry of Nature (2014) Chapter 7 of Debates in the Metaphysics of Time, N. Oaklander, ed. (London: Bloomsbury).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Must an appearance of succession involve a succession of appearances? (2010) Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 81(1): 49-63.
  • Presentism, eternalism, and phenomenal change (2010) Synthese 176(2): 275-290.
  • Content internalism about indexical thought (2009) American Philosophical Quarterly 45(2): 95-104.
  • The knowledge argument, the open question argument, and the moral problem (2009) Synthese 171(1): 25-45. 
  • On an argument for functional invariance (2008) Minds & Machines 18(3):373-377.
  • Descartes' dualism and contemporary dualism (with C. Wee) (2008) The Southern Journal of Philosophy 46(1):145-160.
  • Forms and objects of thought (2007) Linguistics & Philosophy 30(1):97-122.
  • Enlightening the fully informed (2005) Philosophical Studies 126(1):29-56.
  • Focal complexity in Aristotle and Wittgenstein (2004) History of Philosophy Quarterly 21(2):131-150.
  • The Indispensability of Farbung (2004) Synthese 138(1):49-77.
  • Names as tokens and names as tools (2001) Synthese 128(1-2):133-155.
  • Wittgensteinian semantics (2000) Nous 34(4):483-516.
  • The indexical character of names (with Joe Rainsbury) (1998) Synthese 114(2):293-317.


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