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de Vignemont, F. (2006). When do we empathize. In Chris Frith (Eds.), Empathy and fairness (pp. 181-196). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons

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Stojanovic, I. (2003). What to Say on What Is Said. In Blackburn et al. (Eds.), Modeling and Using Context. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 2680. (pp. 300-313). Berlin: Springer-Verlag

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Pacherie, E. & Haggard, P. (2010). What Are Intentions? . (pp. 70–84).

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de Vignemont, F. (2018). Was Descartes right after all? An affective background for bodily awareness. . In Tsakiris, Manos de Preester, Helena (Eds.), The Interoceptive Basis of the Mind: from homeostasis to awareness Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Casati, R. & Tonello, F. (2018). Voto elettronico e partecipazione democratica. Web e società democratica (pp. 3-15). Turin: Accademia University Press

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Dokic & Pascal Engel, J. (2018). Visual Awareness and Visual Appearances. A Dual View. In F. Dorsch & F. Macpherson (Eds.), Phenomenal Presence (pp. 181-198). Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oso/9780199666416.003.0008

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Jacob, P. & de Vignemont, F. (2017). Vicarious experiences: perception, mirroring or imagination? In Julian Kiverstein (Eds.), Routledge handbook of the social mind (pp. 498-514).

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de Vignemont, F. (2018). Varieties of bodily feelings. In Kriegel, Uriah (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of consciousness Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Cobreros, P., Egré, P., Ripley, D. & Van Rooij, R. (2015). Vagueness, Truth and Permissive Consequence. Unifying the philosophy of truth (pp. 409–430).

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Alsmith, A. & Longo, M. (2019). Using VR technologies to investigate the flexibility of human self-conception. In E. Fischer and M. Curtis (Eds.), Methodological Advances in Experimental Philosophy (pp. 153-174). London: Bloomsbury

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Massin, O. & de Vignemont, F. (2020). Unless I Put My Hand into His Side, I Will Not Believe: The Epistemic Privilege of touch. In Berit Brogaard & Dimitria Electra Gatzia (Eds.), The Epistemology of non-Visual Perception (pp. 165).Oxford University Press

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Ruys, E. & Spector, B. (2017). Unexpected Wide-Scope Phenomena. In Everaert, Martin and Henk C. Van Riemsdijk (Eds.), The Companion to SyntaxWiley. doi:10.1002/9781118358733.wbsyncom089

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Ramus, F. & Szenkovits, G. (2011). Understanding the nature of the phonological deficit. (pp. 153-169). doi:10.4324/9780203838006

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de Vignemont, F. & Mercier, H. (2016). Under influence: is altercentric bias compatible with Simulation theory? In H. Kornblith & B. McLaughlin (Eds.), Alvin Goldman and his CriticsBlackwell

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Nicolas, D. (2005). Types of degrees and types of event structures. Event arguments: foundations and applications (pp. 277-300).

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Casati, R. (2017). Two, then Four Modes of functioning of the mind: towards an unification of “dual” theories of reasoning and theories of cognitive artifacts. In J. M. Zacks, H. A. Taylor (Eds.), Representations in Mind and World. Essays inspired by Barbara Tversky (pp. 7-23). New York: Routledge

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Origgi, G. (2019). Trust and Reputation as Filtering Mechanisms of Knowledge. In P. Graham (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Social Epistemology London: Routledge

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Origgi, G. (2020). Trust and Reputation. In Judith Simon (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Trust and PhilosophyRoutledge

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Origgi, G. (2017). Trust and Reputation. In J. Simon (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Trust. London and New York: Routledge

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Schlenker, P. (2007). Transparency: An Incremental Theory of Presupposition Projection. In U. Sauerland and P. Stateva (Eds.), Presuppositions and Implicatures in Compositional Semantics (pp. 214-242).

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Remme, M., Lengyel, M. & Gutkin, B. (2015). Trade-off between dendritic democracy and independence in neurons with intrinsic subthreshold membrane potential oscillatio. In Remme et al (eds) (Eds.), Dendritic ComputationSpringer

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Pacherie, E. (2006). Towards a Dynamic Theory of Intentions . (pp. 145-167).

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Butterfill , S. & Pacherie, E. (2020). Towards a blueprint for a social animal. In Fiebich, Anika (Eds.), Minimal Cooperation and Shared AgencySpringer . doi:10.1007/978-3-030-29783-1

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de Vignemont, F. & Massin, O. (2015). Touch. In M. Matthen (Eds.), Oxford University Press

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Gutkin, B. (2015). Theta-neurons. In Springer Verlag (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Comptutational Neuroscience (pp. 1034-1042).

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Chevallier, C. (2019). Theory of mind and autism: Revisiting Baron-Cohen et al.’s Sally-Anne study. In A. Slater and P. Quinn (Eds.), Developmental Psychology: Revisiting the Classic Studies 2nd edition (pp. 148-163).Sage

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Stojanovic, I. (2009). The Vicious Triangle of A Priori Truth, Contingent Truth, and Logical Truth. (pp. 69–82).

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Dokic, J. (2018). The Uncanny and Other Negative Existential Feelings. In C. Tappolet, F. Teroni, A. Konzelmann Ziv (Eds.), Shadows of the Soul. Philosophical Perspectives on Negative Emotions (pp. 6-76).Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315537467

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Ripley, D., Verheyen, S. & Egré, P. (2019). The Sorites Paradox in Psychology. In S. Oms and E. Zardini (Eds.), The Sorites Paradox (pp. 263-286). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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de Vignemont, F. & Massin, O. (2009). The sense of touch. In Timothy Bayne, Axel Cleeremans, and Patrick Wilken (Eds.), Oxford companion to consciousnessOxford University Press.