Edward Hinchman


Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Michigan hinchman-ted-fsu-profile-picture.jpg


Office 151E Dodd Hall
Office Hours See Faculty Directory
Email ehinchman@fsu.edu
Research Interests Epistemology, Moral Psychology, Philosophy of Language and Mind
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SELECTED Papers Published online:


"Assertion and Testimony". In Oxford Handbook of Assertion. 2019

"On the Risks of Resting Assured: An Assurance Theory of Trust". In The Philosophy of Trust (Oxford). 2017

"‘What on Earth Was I Thinking?’ How Anticipating Plan’s End Places an Intention in Time". In Time and the Philosophy of Action, edited by Roman Altshuler and Michael J. Sigrist (Routledge), 87-107. 2016.

"Narrative and the Stability of Intention". European Journal of Philosophy23(1), 111–140. 2015 

"Assurance and Warrant". Philosopher’s Imprint14(17). 2014 

"Assertion, Sincerity, and Knowledge". Noûs47(4), 613–646. 2013

"Rational Requirements and ‘Rational’ Akrasia". Philosophical Studies166(3), 529–552. 2013 

"Reflection, Disagreement, and Context". American Philosophical Quarterly49(2), 95–111. 2012

"Can Trust Itself Ground a Reason to Believe the Trusted?". In Abstracta, Special Issue VI: A Symposium on Paul Faulkner’s Knowledge on Trust, 47-83. 2012.

"Conspiracy, Commitment, and the Self". Ethics, 120(3), 526–556. 2010

"Receptivity and the Will". Noûs, 43(3), 395–427. 2009

"Advising as Inviting to Trust". Canadian Journal of Philosophy 35(3), 355-386. 2005

"Telling as Inviting to Trust". Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 70(3), 562-587. 2005.

"Trust and Diachronic Agency". Noûs 37(1), 25-51. 2003.