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Keith Allen is Lecturer at the University of York. His research interests are primarily in philosophy of mind, especially colour and perception, and Early Modern philosophy.

Daniel Y. Elstein is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Leeds. His research interests include metaethics, ethical theory, and philosophy of language.

Allen Habib is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Calgary. His primary research interests are social and political philosophy and the philosophy of law. His current focus is promissory theory, and he is the author of the entry on Promises in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. He has also published in epistemology with Keith Lehrer, in Sosa and his Critics (Blackwell, 2004); as well as business ethics, on media consolidation, in Social Issues: An Encyclopedia of Controversies History and Debate (ME Sharpe, 2006).

Thomas Hurka is Jackman Distinguished Professor of Philosophical Studies at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Perfectionism (1993), Virtue, Vice, and Value (2001), and numerous articles in moral theory. He is currently working on a trade book called The Good Things in Life and a scholarly book, British Moral Philosophers from Sidgwick to Ewing.

Uriah Kriegel is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. He has published extensively on consciousness and intentionality.

Mari Mikkola is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Lancaster University, UK. Her primary research areas are feminist philosophy, social and political philosophy, metaphysics, and Hegel. [End Page 695]

Kristie Miller is a Sydney Research Fellow at the University of Sydney. Her primary research area is in metaphysics. Her recent publications include ‘Stuff’ (forthcoming in American Philosophical Quarterly), ‘There is no simpliciter simpliciter’ (with D. Braddon-Mitchell in Philosophical Studies) and ‘Endurantism, Diachronic Vagueness and the Problem of the Many’ (in Pacific Philosophical Quarterly).

Kathleen Okruhlik is Associate Professor of Philosophy at The University of Western Ontario. Her area is history and philosophy of science. She is currently working on questions that concern science and values. [End Page 696]



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