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Jean-Baptiste Guillon
Universidad de Navarra
  1. META-PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION & META-THEOLOGY.Jean-Baptiste Guillon & Alejandro Pérez (eds.) - 2017 - TheoLogica.
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    Coincidence as Parthood.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2019 - Synthese 198 (Suppl 18):4247-4276.
    There are three families of solutions to the traditional Amputation Paradox: Eliminativism, Contingent Identity Theories, and Theories of Coincident Entities. Theories of Coincident Entities challenge our common understanding of the relation between identity and parthood, since they accept that two things can be mereologically coincident without being identical. The contemporary discussion of the Amputation Paradox tends to mention only one theory of Coincident Entities, namely the Constitution View, which violates the mereological principle of Extensionality. But in fact, there is another (...)
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    Van Inwagen on Introspected Freedom.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2014 - Philosophical Studies 168 (3):645-663.
    Any philosopher who defends Free Will should have an answer to the epistemological question: “how do we know that we have such a capacity?” A traditional answer to this question is that we have some form of introspective access to our own Free Will. In recent times though, many philosophers have considered any such introspectionist theory as so obviously wrong that it hardly needs discussion, especially when Free Will is understood in libertarian terms. One of the rare objections to appear (...)
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  4. Editorial.Jean-Baptiste Guillon & Alejandro Pérez - 2017 - TheoLogica: An International Journal for Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theology 1 (1):1-3.
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    A Common Sense Defence of Ostrich Nominalism.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2021 - Philosophia 49 (1):71-93.
    When the meta-philosophies of Nominalism and Realism are compared, it is often said that Nominalism is motivated by a methodology of ontological economy, while Realism would be motivated by an appeal to Common Sense. In this paper, I argue that this association is misguided. After briefly comparing the meta-philosophy of Common Sense and the meta-philosophy of economy, I show that the core motivation in favour of Realism relies in fact in a principle of economy which violates the methodology of Common (...)
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  6. Denis Moreau, Les Voies du Salut: Un Essai Philosophique [The Ways of Salvation: A Philosophical Essay]. Bayard, 2010. [REVIEW]Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2012 - European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 4 (1):271--275.
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    Les Théories du Complot Et le Paradoxe de L’Individualisme Épistémique.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2018 - Diogène 261 (1-2):54.
    Cet article tente d’établir un diagnostic épistémologique du phénomène contemporain de développement des théories complotistes. Il part de la critique de deux approches du phénomène. L’approche « hyper-critique » consiste à dire que le développement du complotisme manifeste un manque « d’esprit critique », et prescrit donc comme thérapie d’enseigner aux élèves à ne rien croire sans l’avoir vérifié soi-même. Je réponds que cette stratégie « individualiste épistémique » est inefficace voire contre-productive, car une étude des discours conspirationnistes révèle que (...)
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    Les Théories du Complot Et le Paradoxe de L’Individualisme Épistémique.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2019 - Diogène 1:54-87.
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    Réflexivité épistémique et défense forte du sens commun. Remarques sur l’épistémologie de Pascal EngelEpistemic reflexivity and a robust defence of common sense. Thoughts on Pascal Engel’s epistemology.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2017 - Philosophia Scientae 21:5-37.
    Dans cet article, je discute l’épistémologie de Pascal Engel, en particulier sa stratégie de réponse aux arguments sceptiques dans Va Savoir!. Après avoir présenté de manière synthétique les grands axes de cette stratégie, je reviens avec plus d’attention sur deux éléments de cette stratégie avec lesquels je suis en désaccord : le rejet par Engel de tout principe de réflexivité épistémique, et le rejet par Engel d’une défense « forte » du sens commun. Je défends qu’un certain principe de réflexivité (...)
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  10. Le sens commun comme principe en métaphysique.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2020 - In Alexandre Declos & Claudine Tiercelin (eds.), La métaphysique du temps : perspectives contemporaines. Paris: Collège de France.
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    Divine Providence: Fine-Grained, Coarse-Grained, or Something in Between?Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2020 - Roczniki Filozoficzne 68 (3):71-109.
    Dariusz Łukasiewicz has investigated in depth the “Argument from Chance” which argues that the data revealing chance in the world are incompatible with Divine Providence. Łukasiewicz agrees that these data undermine the traditional model of Providence—a fine-grained model in which every single detail is controlled by God—but maintains that they are not incompatible with a coarse-grained model—in which God leaves to chance many aspects of history (including some horrendous evils). Furthermore, Łukasiewicz provides independent reasons to prefer this coarse-grained model. Even (...)
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    “You Would Not Seek Me If You Had Not Found Me”—Another Pascalian Response to the Problem of Divine Hiddenness.Jean-Baptiste Guillon - 2021 - Roczniki Filozoficzne 69 (3):163-214.
    One version of the Problem of Divine Hiddenness is about people who are looking for God and are distressed about not finding him. Having in mind such distressed God-seekers, Blaise Pascal imagined Jesus telling them the following: “Take comfort; you would not seek me if you had not found me.” This is what I call the Pascalian Conditional of Hiddenness. In the first part of this paper, I argue that the PCH leads to a new interpretation of Pascal’s own response (...)
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