Matjaž Potrč, PhD, Full Professor of Philosophy
Department of Philosophy
Faculty of Arts
University of Ljubljana
Brief CV: 1948 born September 13th (Maribor, Slovenia); 1974 MA at the University of Ljubljana; 1981 PhD at the University of Ljubljana; 1990 Full professor elected at the University of Ljubljana; Founding editor of Acta Analytica, International Periodical for Philosophy in the Analytical Tradition, now published by Transaction Publishers, Rutgers University, USA.
Research areas: philosophy, analytic philosophy, philosophy of psychology, cognitive science, metaphysics and ontology, epistemology, philosophy of science, ethics and normativity, Austrian and Slovene philosophical traditions.
Current teaching: Analytical Philosophy, Philosophy and Theory of Science, Moral Theory, Moral Philosophy
Austere Realism (MIT Press 2008)(with T. Horgan); NDPR review
Challenging Moral Particularism (Routledge 2008) (ed. with M. Lance and V. Strahovnik); NDPR review
Practical Contexts (Ontos-Verlag, Frankfurt 2004)(with V. Strahovnik).
“Blobjectivism and Indirect Correspondence”, (with T. Horgan), Facta Philosophica, 2 (2000): 249-70. (*.pdf)
“Abundant Truth in an Austere World”, (with T. Horgan). Forthcoming in a volume on truth and realism, edited by P. Greenough and M. Lynch, Oxford.(*.pdf)
“Particularism and Resultance”, Acta Analytica 33 (2004): 163-187.(*.pdf)
“Meinongian Scorekeeping” (with V. Strahovnik), in Meinong Studien (Alexius-Meinong Institut, Graz; Alfred Schramm (ed.), 2005), Vol. 1. Band 1. pp. 309-330.(*.pdf)
“Metaphysics: Ultimate and Regional Ontology”, (with V. Strahovnik), Informacion Filosofica 1 (2004): 21-45.(*.pdf)