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Dissertations in Progress

The following is a list of philosophy dissertations currently in progress at UC Davis.

"Counterlegal Dependence and Causation's Arrows: Causal Models and the Semantics of Counterfactuals"
Tyrus Fisher, supervised by Adam Sennet

"Name and Object: The Semantic Role of Plato's Forms"
Chris Healow, supervised by Jan Szaif

"The Nature and Ethics of Manipulation"
Timothy Houk, supervised by David Copp

"Thinking Fregean Thoughts"
Mandana Kamangar, supervised by Robert May

"Protein Folding, Microprocessors, and the Direction of Science"
Shawn A. Miller, co-supervised by James R. Griesemer and Roberta L. Millstein

"Belief Revision Beyond AGM"
Ted Shear, supervised by Aldo Antonelli

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