Singular Thought and Mental Files
Edited by Rachel Goodman, James Genone, and Nick Kroll
Edited by Rachel Goodman, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Illinois-Chicago, James Genone, Professor of Social Sciences, Minerva Schools at KGI, and Nick Kroll, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Franklin and Marshall College
Rachel Goodman is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Illinois-Chicago. She is a philosopher of mind and language working on issues attached to mental and linguistic reference, with a special interest in the question of whether there are singular thoughts.
James Genone is Associate Dean of Academic Programs at Minerva Schools at KGI. His training is in the philosophy of mind and cognitive science, and he has both taught and engaged in research on topics such as the nature of sensory consciousness, semantic reference, personal identity, and perceptual knowledge.
Nick Kroll is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Program Chair of Scientific & Philosophical Studies of Mind at Franklin and Marshall College. He works in the philosophy of language and metaphysics, focusing on the nature of potentiality and process.
Samuel Cumming, University of California, Los Angeles
Imogen Dickie, University of St Andrews
Jeffrey C. King, Rutgers University
Ruth Garrett Millikan, University of Connecticut
Michael Murez, University of Nantes
Ángel Pinillos, Arizona State University
John Perry, Stanford University and UC Riverside
François Recanati, College de France
Marga Reimer, University of Arizona
Mark Sainsbury, University of Texas at Austin
Joulia Smortchkova, University of Oxford
Jeff Speaks, University of Notre Dame
Brent Strickland, Institut Jean Nicod/Ecole Normale Superieure