I've been overhauling various bits of my website over the past month or so.
- The pages of online papers on consciousness have been expanded from around 2000 papers to almost 2500 papers, with a few new sections split off (e.g. phenomenal concepts, nonconceptual content, externalism and self-knowledge). The first of its three pages (on the philosophy of consciousness) has been cleansed of dead links (thanks to Karen Downing for this), and the other two should soon follow.
- The page of online discussions of my work has been overhauled so that the 100 or so papers there are organized by finer-grained categories.
- The page of people with online papers in philosophy has grown so much (1044 people) that as an experiment, I've tried splitting off a few finer-grained categories from some of the biggest categories there (metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of science). The new categories include philosophy of time, causation and laws, formal epistemology, and decision theory. I'm not sure whether some of these are getting too fine-grained -- any thoughts on this matter (or any of the above changes) are welcome.
- Finally, look out out for a major update to the philosophy of mind bibliography soon.