Publications


A. Monographs

A.2 (with Gottfried Vosgerau) Introduction to Logic (in German), in preparation, to be published with Metzler.

A.1 The Concept of Reduction, Dordrecht: Springer, 2014.

B. Edited Volumes

B6. A.-M. Eder, I. Lawler, R. van Riel (eds.): Philosophical Methods, Synthese (in preparation)

B5. M. Eronen, R. van Riel (eds.): Understanding Through Modeling, Synthese (Special Issue) 2015.

B4. R. van Riel, E. Di Nucci, J. Schildmann (eds.): Moralisches Enhancement, Mentis 2015.

B3. A. Newen, R. van Riel (eds.), Identity, Language, and Mind. An Introduction to the Philosophy of John Perry, CSLI publ./Mentis, 2012.

B2. R. van Riel und A. Newen (eds.), Reduction in the Philosophy of Mind, Sonderheft Philosophia Naturalis, 47-48/2010-11, 1-2.

B1. A. Newen, R. van Riel, M. Sollberger (eds.), Second European Graduate School: Philosophy of Language, Mind, and Science. Special Issue Abstracta, 5/2. 2009.


C. Papers

C19. R. van Riel, ‘Leibniz on Freedom, Foreknowledge, and Necessitation Without Dependence’, Studia Leibnitiana (accepted)

C18. R. van Riel, ‘Mental Disorder and the Indirect Construction of Social Facts’, Journal of Social Ontology (accepted)

C17. R. van Riel, ‘Real Knowledge Undermining Luck’, Logos and Episteme (accepted).

C16. R. van Riel, ‘What is the Problem of Explanation and Modeling?, Acta Analytica 2016, DOI: 10.1007/S12136-016-0307-y.

C15. R. van Riel, ‘What is Constructionism in Psychiatry? From Social Causes to Psychiatric Classification’, Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2016, DOI:  10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00057.

C14. R. van Riel, ‘If you understand, you won’t be lucky’, Grazer Philosophische Studien 93, 2016, 196-211.

C13. R. van Riel, ‘Enhancing beyond what ought to be the case’, Bioethics 30, 2016, 384-388.

C12. R. van Riel, ‘The Content of Model-Based Information’, Synthese 192, 2015, 3839-3858.

C11. R. van Riel, `Modelle und Interpretationen. Grenzen eines allgemeinen Modellbegriffs.’ Commentary on Bernd Mahr’s ‘Modelle und ihre Befragbarkeit’, Erwägen- Wissen-Ethik 3 2015, 399-401.

C10. Reuter, K., Kirfel, L., van Riel, R. Barlassina, L.: ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Timely: How Temporal Order and Moral Judgement Influence Causal Selection’, Frontiers in Psychology 2014, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01336, 2014.

C9. R. van Riel, ‘The Nature of Types and Tokens: On the Metaphysical Commitments of Non-Reductive Physicalism’, Metaphysica 2014,  DOI: 10.1515/mp-2014-0014.

C8. R. van Riel, ‘Prophets Against Ockhamism. Or: Why the hard fact/soft fact distinction is irrelevant to the problem of foreknowledge’, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 2014, 75 (2),  119-135.

C7. R. van Riel, ‘Pains, Pills, and Properties. Functionalism and the First-Order/Second- Order Distinction’, Dialectica 66, 2012, 543-562.

C6. R. van Riel, ‘Identity, Asymmetry, and the Relevance of Meanings for Models of Reduction’, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 2012, doi: 10.1093/bjps/ axs028.

C5. R. van Riel, ‘Cognitive Significance and Epistemic Intensions’, Logique et Analyse 54 2012.

C4. R. van Riel, ‘Nagelian Reduction beyond the Nagel Model’, Philosophy of Science, 2011, 78/3, 353-375.

C3. R. van Riel, ‘Identity-Based Reduction and Reductive Explanation’, Philosophia Naturalis, 47-48 (1-2), 2010-2011, 185-221.

C2. F. Zenker, H. Gottschall, A. Newen, R. van Riel, G. Vosgerau: ‘Designing an Introductory Course to Elementary Symbolic Logic within the Blackboard E-Learning Environment’; P. Blackburn, H. von Ditmarsch, M. Manzano, F. Soler-Toscano (eds.): Proceedings of TICTTL 2011, Special Issue of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 6680, 2011, 249-255.

C1. R. van Riel, ‘On how we perceive the social world. Criticizing Gallagher’s view on direct perception and outlining an alternative’, Consciousness and Cognition 17/2, 2008, 544-552.


D. Contributions & Book Chapters

D9. R. van Riel: ‘Reduktion und Emergenz’, in: M. Schrenk (ed.): Handbuch Metaphysik, Metzler (in print)

D8. R. van Riel: ‘Falsche Fragen, Verstehenslücken, und philosophische Analysen’ Information Philosophie, 2017 (published manuscript of a talk delivered in Giessen in July 2016), link.

D7. R. van Riel, J. Schildmann: ‘Enhancement der Moral. Zur Einführung’, in: R. van Riel, E. Di Nucci, J. Schildmann (eds.): Moralisches Enhancement. Mentis (in print).

D6. R. van Riel, R. N. Van Gulick: ‘Scientific Reduction’, in: E. Zalta (ed.) The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2014.

D5. R. van Riel, ‘McDowell’s Frege (und Evans)’, in: Lauer & Barth (eds.) Die Philosophie John McDowells, Mentis, 2014, 203-222 .

D4. A. Newen, R. van Riel, ‘Speaking and Thinking About the Self’, in: Newen & van Riel (eds.), Identity, Language, and Mind. An Introduction to the Philosophy of John Perry. Stanford: CSLI Publishing/Mentis, 2012.

D3. H. Wohlrapp, R. van Riel: ‘Schluss’, in: P. Kolmer und A. Wildfeuer (eds.); Neues Handbuch philosophischer Grundbegriffe, Karl Alber, 1919-1934, 2012.

D2. R. van Riel, ‘Personal Identity’, Newen, A. & R. van Riel (eds.), Identity, Language, and Mind. An Introduction to the Philosophy of John Perry. Stanford: CSLI Publishing/Mentis, 2012.

D1. R. van Riel, ‘Theorie-Theorie, Simulationstheorie und der Ansatz der direkten Wahrnehmung – übertriebener Kognitivismus einerseits, naiver Naturalismus andererseits?’, Konferenzband der DG-Phil Konferenz 2008, (CD-ROM), 17 Seiten.


E. Introductions, Book Reviews & Shorter Pieces

E12. Anna-Maria Eder, Insa Lawler, Raphael van Riel: ‘Philosophical Methods’, in: The Reasoner (in print)

E11. Book Review: R. van Riel: Jason Stanley; How Propaganda Works, in: Moral Theory and Ethical Practice (online first) 2015: DOI: 10.1007/s10677-015-9667-4.

E10. Markus Eronen, Raphael van Riel: ‘Understanding Through Modeling: The Explanatory Power of Inadequate Representation’, Synthese 192. doi:10.1007/s11229-015-0973-0, 2015.

E9. Book Review: R. van Riel: Michael Weisberg: Simulation and Similarity. Using Models to Understand the World. Oxford: OUP 2013. Zeitschrift für Philosophische Literatur 1, 2013, 60-70.

E8. Translation: R. van Riel: Donald Davidson; ‘Die zentrale Rolle der Wahrheit’, in: Wolfgang Künne, Miguel Hoeltje (Hrsg.): Was ist Wahrheit? Mentis-Anthologien. (Original: Donald Davidson, `The Centrality of Truth´ in: Truth and its Nature (if any), J. Peregin (ed.), Dordrecht 1999, 105-115, in print).

E7. Book Review: R. van Riel: David Woodruff Smith, Amie L. Thomasson (eds.): ‘Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mind’, in: Philosophique, 36/1, 2009, 257–259 (in French).

E6. R. van Riel, A. Newen: ‘Reductionism, Explanation, and Metaphors in the Philosophy of Mind’, in: The Reasoner, 3/10, 2009, 9-10.

E5. Book Review: R. van Riel: Wohlrapp, Harald: ‘Der Begriff des Arguments. Über die Beziehung zwischen Wissen, Forschen, Glauben, Subjektivität und Vernunft’, in: Universitas (online), 2008.

E4. R. van Riel, ‘Naxaliten (Indien)’, in: Wolfgang Schreiber (ed.): Das Kriegsgeschehen 2006. Daten und Tendenzen der Kriege und bewaffneten Konflikte. Wiesbaden: vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2008, 55-60.

E3. R. van Riel, ‘Naxaliten (Indien)’, in: Wolfgang Schreiber (ed.): Das Kriegsgeschehen 2005. Daten und Tendenzen der Kriege und bewaffneten Konflikte. Wiesbaden: vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2008, 56-60.

E2. R. van Riel, ‘Englisch in Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft?’, in: Merkur. Deutsche Zeitschrift für europäisches Denken, 1, 2006, 183-186.

E1. R. van Riel, ‘Naxaliten (Indien)’, in: Wolfgang Schreiber (ed.): Das Kriegsgeschehen 2004. Daten und Tendenzen der Kriege und bewaffneten Konflikte. Wiesbaden: vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2005, 55-60.7