Publications


A. Monographs

A.2 (with Gottfried Vosgerau) Aussagen und Prädikatenlogik. Eine Einführung. Metzler 2018.

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

B. Edited Volumes

B7. R. Hufendiek, D. James, R. van Riel: Social Functions in Philosophy: Metaphysical, Normative, and Methodological Perspectives (in preparation, under contract with Routledge).

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 & Contributions

C26. ‘Lying Beyond a Conversational Purpose. A Critique of Stokke’s Assertion Based Account of Lying’, The Journal of Philosophy (accepted)

C25. with H. Koch ‘Gewalt – definitorische und normative Aspekte’, Sozialphsychiatrische Informationen, (forthcoming)

C24. ‘Free Will, Foreknowledge, and Future-Dependent Beliefs’, The Southern Journal of Philosophy 55, 2017, 500-520.

C23. ‘Falsche Fragen, Verstehenslücken, und philosophische Analysen’ Information Philosophie, 2017 (published manuscript of a talk delivered in Giessen in July 2016), link.

C22. ‘Leibniz on Freedom, Foreknowledge, and Necessitation Without Dependence’, Studia Leibnitiana 48, 2016, 178-200.

C21. ‘Mental Disorder and the Indirect Construction of Social Facts’, Journal of Social Ontology 2016, Doi: 10.1515/jso-2016-0008.

C20. ‘Real Knowledge Undermining Luck’, Logos and Episteme 2016, 325.344,

C19. ‘What is the Problem of Explanation and Modeling?, Acta Analytica 2016, DOI: 10.1007/S12136-016-0307-y.

C18. ‘What is Constructionism in Psychiatry? From Social Causes to Psychiatric Classification’, Frontiers in Psychiatry,2016DOI:  10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00057.

C17. ‘If you understand, you won’t be lucky’, Grazer Philosophische Studien 93, 2016196-211.

C16. ‘Enhancing beyond what ought to be the case’, Bioethics 30, 2016384-388.

C15. ‘The Content of Model-Based Information’, Synthese 192, 2015, 3839-3858.

C14. `Modelle und Interpretationen. Grenzen eines allgemeinen Modellbegriffs.’ Commentary on Bernd Mahr’s ‘Modelle und ihre Befragbarkeit’, Erwägen- Wissen-Ethik 3 2015, 399-401.

C13. with R. N. Van Gulick: ‘Scientific Reduction’, in: E. Zalta (ed.) The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2014.

C12. with Reuter, K., Kirfel, L., 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.

C11. ‘The Nature of Types and Tokens: On the Metaphysical Commitments of Non-Reductive Physicalism’, Metaphysica 2014,  DOI: 10.1515/mp-2014-0014.

C10. ‘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.

C9. ‘McDowell’s Frege (und Evans)’, in: Lauer & Barth (eds.) Die Philosophie John McDowells, Mentis, 2014, 203-222 .

C8. ‘Pains, Pills, and Properties. Functionalism and the First-Order/Second- Order Distinction’, Dialectica 66, 2012, 543-562.

C7. ‘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.

C6. ‘Cognitive Significance and Epistemic Intensions’, Logique et Analyse 54 2012.

C5. ‘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.

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

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

C2. with F. Zenker, H. Gottschall, A. Newen, 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. ‘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. Introductions, Entries, Book Reviews & Misc.

D18. R. van Riel: ‘Reduktionismus und Reduktive Erklärungen’, in: V. Hoffman-Kolss (ed.), Handbuch Philosophie des Geistes, Metzler (solicited).

D17. R. van Riel: ‘Reduktion und Emergenz’, in: M. Schrenk (ed.): Handbuch Metaphysik, Metzler (in print)

D16. 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).

D15. 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.

D14. H. Wohlrapp, R. van Riel: ‘Schluss’, in: P. Kolmer und A. Wildfeuer (eds.); Neues Handbuch philosophischer Grundbegriffe, Karl Alber, 1919-1934, 2012.

D13. 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 pages.

D12. Anna-Maria Eder, Insa Lawler, Raphael van Riel: ‘Philosophical Methods’, in: The Reasoner (in print)

D11. 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.

D10. Markus Eronen, Raphael van Riel: ‘Understanding Through Modeling: The Explanatory Power of Inadequate Representation’, Synthese 192. doi:10.1007/s11229-015-0973-0, 2015.

D9. 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.

D8. 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).

D7. 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).

D6. R. van Riel, A. Newen: ‘Reductionism, Explanation, and Metaphors in the Philosophy of Mind’, in: The Reasoner, 3/10, 2009, 9-10.

D5. 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.

D4. 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.

D3. 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.

D2. R. van Riel, ‘Englisch in Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft?’, in: Merkur. Deutsche Zeitschrift für europäisches Denken, 1, 2006, 183-186.

D1. 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

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