Abstracta – Linguagem, Mente e Ação is a double-blind refereed international philosophy journal publishing high-quality contributions in analytic philosophy. Abstracta is an open-access journal free of charge to authors. Issues are published biannually and exclusively online. In an age of increased specialism, Abstracta’s editorial board aims to publish articles accessible to a philosophical interdisciplinary audience, including students, in the interest of fostering a platform for open communication between different areas of contemporary analytic philosophy.

Aims and scope:

Abstracta focuses on the main areas of contemporary analytic philosophy including Epistemology, Philosophical Logic, Metaphysics, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind and Psychology, and Philosophy of Science. However, contributions on other philosophical areas as well as papers on the History of Philosophy might be considered for publication on the precondition that they are not purely exegetical.

Abstracta publishes original research papers, commentaries, responses and book reviews. Abstracta also edits special issues, on which occasions guest editors and authors might be invited to contribute.

Vol 10 (2017)

Table of Contents


Causal exclusion without physical completeness and no overdetermination PDF
Alexander Gebharter
Self-Forming Actions, Non-Self-Forming Actions, and Indeterminism: A Problem for Kane’s Libertarianism PDF
Neil Campbell
Cultural artefacts and neglect of the materials from which they are made PDF
Terence Rajivan Edward
Nonconceptualism or De Re Sense? A New Reading of Kantian Intuition PDF
Roberto Sá Pereira
Complete Issue PDF

ISSN: 1807-9792