"Erotic love considered as philosophy of science", in Review Journal of
Philosophy and Social Science * XXV:1&2 (2000), 35-57.
"Erotic love as phil[osophy of] sci[ence]"
is a version of the above humorous and deadly serious paper on passion
"What "There is no such thing as meaning anything by any word" could possibly
mean", in The New Wittgenstein [see above], 74-83.
"Wittgenstein and Marx on ordinary and philosophical language", in Essays
in Philosophy * 1:2 (Summer 2000); on-line journal:
http://www.humboldt.edu/~essays/ , pp.1-41.
"The New Hume's new antagonists: On the relevance of Goodman and Wittgenstein
to the New Hume debate", in The New Hume Debate [see above], 167-197.
"Getting rule-following right: The anticipation in 'Philosophical
Investigations' of para.s 201-2 by para.s 197-9", in UEA Papers in
Philosophy New Series no.11 (2000), 25-36.
"Psychotherapy: a form of prostitution?" (jointly written with Emma
Willmer), in British Gestalt Journal 9:2 (December 2000), 30-36; a reply to this
paper was published in the next issue of the Journal.
"Gestalt money for love" is a longer,
earlier version of the above paper on paying for love (for therapy).
"Is there a legitimate way to raise doubts about the immediate future 'from
the perspective of' a doubted immediate past?", in Wittgenstein Jahrbuch *
(2000), eds. Wilhelm Lüttersfeld, Andreas Roser and Richard Raatzsch (Frankfurt:
Peter Lang, 2001), 89-112.
"Recent work: the Philosophy of Literature" (jointly written with Jon
Cook), in Philosophical Books XLIII: 2 (April 2001), 118-131.
"On wanting to say: "All we need is a paradigm"", in The Harvard Review
of Philosophy XI (Spring 2001), 88-105; recently reprinted in a volume of the
best of the Harvard Review.
"Wittgenstein", in The Philosopher's Magazine (issue 15, Summer 2001),
53-4, reprinted in Great Thinkers A-Z, ed. Julian Baggini (London: Continuum,
"How I learned to love (and hate) Noam Chomsky", in Philosophical
Writings * 15 & 16 (2000/1), 23-48.
"Read on Chomsky" is a corrected version
of the above paper.
"What does 'signify' signify?", in Philosophical Psychology * 14:4
(2001), 499-514, published along with Grant Gillett's reply.
"On approaching schizophrenia through Wittgenstein", in Philosophical
Psychology * 14:4 (2001), 449-475; soon to be reprinted in a NovaScience
(Hauppage, NY) volume on the foundations of psychology.
The abstract is available
"What is Chomskyism? Or: Chomsky against Chomsky", in The alternative
Raven ('Language, Mind and Society' issue, 2001 [published along with Chomsky's
"Are Philosophical Counsellors and Therapists prostitutes?: A dialogue"
(jointly written with Emma Willmer), in Philosophy in the Contemporary
World,* 7:4 (2001), 33-42.
"Is 'What is time?' a good question to ask?", in Philosophy 77 (2002),
193-209. [Michael Dummett replied to this paper at length in Philosophy in the
Available through the journal
"Dummett reply" is a slightly updated and
corrected version of the above paper critiquing Dummett on time, Realism and
"Kripke's conjuring trick" (jointly written with Wes Sharrock), in The
Journal of Thought * 37:3 (2002), 65-96.
A version of the paper is available here. It is a
companion paper of sorts to my short paper on Kripke in my edited book, THE 'NEW
"NEW Kripke's Conjuring Trick" is a
different version of a paper by myself and Wes Sharrock on Kripke's view of
"Nature, Culture, Ecosystem: or 'The priority of Environmental Ethics to
epistemology and metaphysics", in N.Scheman (ed.), Feminist Readings of
Wittgenstein * (NY: Penn. State Press, 2002), 408-431; reprinted (with new
Post-Scripts) in Alan Malachowski's edited volume on Pragmatism for Sage, 2005.
"Thomas Kuhn's misunderstood relation to 'Kripke/Putnam essentialism'"
(jointly written with Wes Sharrock), in Journal for the General Philosophy
of Science * (2002), 151-158. [Reply by Alexander Bird appeared two issues
A version of this paper is available here
"Wittgenstein and Marx on vampirism and parasitism", in Wittgenstein and
Marxism (edited by G.Kitching and N.Pleasants; London: Routledge, 2002),
"Reply to Wernick", in Proceedings of the First International Workshop on
"Interpretive" Approaches to Information Systems and Computing Research" (edited
by Anjana Bhattacharjee and Ray Paul; London: Brunel, 2002), x-xii.
"Logicism and Anti-Logicism are equally bankrupt and unnecessary", in
Haller and Puhl (eds.), Wittgenstein and the future of philosophy, Proceedings
of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society (2001/2), 380-8.
"Word Logicism - Austria Conf" is a version
of the above paper.
"Frege against logicism" is a DRAFT
much expanded version of the paper.