Gibbard, Allan

Gibbard, Allan (Fletcher)

(1942–  ) philosopher; born in Providence, R.I. After earning a Harvard doctorate (1971), he taught at the University of Chicago (1969–77) and (from 1977) at the University of Michigan: Ann Arbor, specializing in metaphysics, ethics, and social choice theory.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Gibbard, Allan 1981: "Two recent theories of conditionals", in W.L.
Gibbard, Allan 1981: "Two Recent Theories of Conditionals", in Harper, Stalnaker and Pearce eds.
Gibbard, Allan, Wise Choices, Apt Feelings: A Theory of Normative Judgment, Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press (1990).