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Thanks for the ad Marcus! I have to admit that I've become a rather silent Cocooner though, more of a reader really!


Hi Marcus. I put this up on philpapers in April:


It's also going to be re-printed in The Philosophy of Luck, Pritchard and Whittington, eds.. Routledge.


Rachel, your abstract is really appealing! I’ll be happy to read the paper as soon as it appears in print :-)


Thanks, Marcus!

Fwiw, I also had this paper come out in a collection I edited with Turri for OUP:

The Unity of Reason

Marcus Arvan

Hi Rachel: Thanks for bringing it to my attention! Quick question for you. These monthly reports are, strictly speaking, for official Cocoon contributors. Although you are a very active and appreciated member of the community, I'd like to keep the monthly "recent works" feature to reporting the work of contributors (in part to attract more contributors!). [Note: I think I'm going to have to pare down the contributor list at some point to those who actually post on some occasions--but I haven't gotten to this yet).

With all that being said, can I *finally* goad you into becoming an official contributor? There aren't presently any requirements for how often contributors must post to remain official, but I hope to set some such requirement soon (something like at least 1 post a year!).


Pierre: You can get a preprint here: https://www.academia.edu/6776084/You_Make_Your_Own_Luck

Marcus: Fiiiiiiine, I can be a contributor.

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