John MacFarlane (philosopher)
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MacFarlane is a professor of philosophy at UC Berkeley interested in logic and metaphysics. He is noted for his contributions to free software, most especially creation of Pandoc, the document converter, and other Markdown parsers.
His recent book Assessment Sensitivity has been extensively reviewed in philosophical journals, and has been the subject of a book symposium with Diana Raffman, Jason Stanley, and Crispin Wright. Unusually, it has been made available as open access.
- Books and monographs
- Making sense of relative truth, 2005. Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.
- Future contingents and relative truth, 2003. The Philosophical Quarterly 53(212).
- Nonindexical contextualism, 2009. Synthese.
- MacFarlane, John. "John MacFarlane - CV". Retrieved 14 November 2017.
- "John MacFarlane - Philosophy UC Berkeley". University of California, Berkeley. Retrieved 14 November 2017.
- Dilip Ninan, Philosophical Review, Review of Assessment Sensitivity; Fillipo Ferrari, Analysis, Assessment–Sensitivity; Max Kölbel, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2015.08.32; Adam Podlaskowski, Polish Journal of Philosophy 8 (2014), 95–98, Review of John MacFarlane’s “Assessment Sensitivity; and Francesco Gallina, in Universa: Recensioni di filosfia.
- Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 92:1 (2016).
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