1. Frege, Gottlob Grundgesetze der Arithmetik (2013/2016), new translation by Philip A. Ebert and Marcus Rossberg. Oxford University Press. 2013 (hardcover), 2016 (paperback). Alibris. Amazon. OUP

Edited Collections

  1. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg, M (forthcoming) Essays on Frege’s Basic Laws of Arithmetic, Oxford University Press. Collection of 22 essays on Frege’s Basic Laws of Arithmetic.
  2. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg, M (2016) Abstractionism, Oxford University Press. Collection of 18 essays on the Epistemology, Ontology and Logic of Abstractionism. Alibris. Amazon. OUP.
  3. Ebert, P.A and Smith, M (2012) Belief and Degree of Belief, special issue of Dialectica 66, (3) on issues at the intersection of formal and traditional epistemology.

Articles: Epistemology, Philosophy of Mathematics, Philosophy of Logic

  1. Cook, R. and Ebert, P.A. (2016) “Frege’s Recipe”, The Journal of Philosophy, vol. cxiii (7), pp.309-345. (published: March 2017). Penultimate Version.
  2. Ebert, P.A. (2016) “A Framework for Implicit Definitions and the A priori”, in Abstractionism, P. Ebert and M. Rossberg (eds), chapter 7, pp.133--160. Oxford University Press. Penultimate Version (on request).
  3. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg, M. (2016) “Introduction to Abstractionism”, in Abstractionism, P. Ebert and M. Rossberg (eds), chapter 1, pp.13-33. Oxford University Press. Penultimate Version (on request).
  4. Ebert, P.A. (2016) “Frege on Sense-Identity, Basic Law V, and Analysis”, Philosophia Mathematica, 24, pp.9-29. Pdf
  5. Ebert, P.A. (2015) “Dummett’s Criticism of the Context Principle”, Grazer Philosophische Studien, vol. 92. pp.23-51. Pdf
  6. Green, J.J., Rossberg, M, and Ebert, P.A. (2015) “The Convenience of the Typesetter: Notation and Typography in Frege’s Grundgesetze der Arithmetik”, The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, 21 (1), pp. 15-30. Pdf
  7. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg, M. (2013) “Translators’ Introduction”, in Gottlob Frege. Basic Laws of Arithmetic. P. Ebert and M. Rossberg (trans. and eds), pp.xiii-xxxix. Oxford University Press. Penultimate Version (on request).
  8. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg M. (2009) “Cantor on Frege’s Foundations of Arithmetic”, History and Philosophy of Logic, 30 (4), pp.341-348. Pdf
  9. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg M. (2009) “Ed Zalta’s version of Neo-Logicism -- a friendly letter of complaint” in Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis (Papers from the 31st International Wittgenstein Symposium), H. Leitgeb and A. Hieke (eds.), Kirchberg: Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, 2009, pp. 303-307. Pdf
  10. Ebert, P.A. and Shapiro, S. (2009) “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, Synthese, 170 (3), pp.415-441. Pdf
  11. Ebert, P.A. (2008) “A puzzle about ontological commitments” Philosophia Mathematica (III), 16, June, pp.209-226. Pdf
  12. Ebert, P.A. and Rossberg, M. (2007) “What is the purpose of Neo-Logicism?” Traveaux de Logique (18), pp.33-61; edited by the CdRS at the University of Neuchâtel. Pdf
  13. Ebert. P (2007) “What Mathematical Knowledge could not be” in Aporia, Journal of the Philosophy Undergraduate Society in St Andrews, 1, (1), pp. 46-70. Pdf
  14. Ebert, P.A. (2005) “Transmission of Warrant-Failure and the Notion of Epistemic Analyticity”, Australasian Journal Philosophy, 83 (4), pp. 505-21. Pdf
  15. Cook, R. and Ebert, P.A. (2005) “Abstraction and Identity”, Dialectica, 59, (2), pp. 1-19. Pdf

Articles: Philosophy of Risk, Philosophy of Sport
  1. Ebert, P.A. (2015) “Know your competence. Reflecting on competent decision-making in avalanche terrain.” The Avalanche Review, vol. 33 (4), April. Pdf
  2. Ebert, P.A. and Robertson, S (2013) “[Riskant]--[Trotzdem]--[Wegen]: Ein Plädoyer für das Risiko im Bergsport” in Alpenvereinsjahrbuch BERG 2014, vol. 138, pp.196--202 published by the Deutscher, Österreichischer, Südtiroler Alpenverein. A revised and shortened version of Ebert & Robertson (2013). BERG 2014: Alpenvereinsjahrbuch.
  3. Ebert, P.A. and Photopoulou T (2013) "Bayes' beacon: avalanche prediction, competence and evidence for competence. Modelling the effect of competent and incompetent predictions of highly improbable events". In: Proceedings, 2013 International Snow Science Workshop (ISSW), Grenoble, France, pp.363-70. Montana State University. Pdf
  4. Ebert, P.A. and Robertson, S (2013) “A Plea for Risk” Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, 73, pp. 45-­64 doi:10.1017/S1358246113000271 Pdf -- we are grateful to copyright holder Royal Institute of Philosophy for making the paper generally available. The paper is published in:
  5. Ebert, P.A. and Robertson, S (2010) “Mountaineering and the Value of Self-sufficiency” in Climbing -- Philosophy for everyone, S. Schmid (ed), Routledge. Pdf - the book was shortlisted for the Boardman-Tasker Award 2010.
  6. Ebert, P.A. and Robertson, S (2007) “Adventure, Climbing Excellence and the Practice of 'Bolting'” in M. McNamee (ed) Philosophy, Risk and Adventure Sports, Routledge. Pdf

Articles: Nudge and Management Theory.
  1. Freibichler, W, Ebert, P. and Schubert, T. (2017) “Nudge Management -- Wie Führungskräfte kluges Selbstmanagement anstossen” Zeitschrift für Führung und Organisation, 86, pp.82-86.
  2. Ebert, P, and Freibichler, W. (2017) “Nudge management: applying behavioural science to increase knowledge worker productivity” Journal for Organization Design, 6(4), pp.1-6. Open Access

Discussion Notes and Book Reviews
  1. Ebert, P.A. (2015) Review of “Reading Frege’s Grundgesetze” by Richard G. Heck Jr. Philosophia Mathematica, 23(2), pp.289-293. doi:10.1093/philmat/nkv015
  2. Ebert, P.A. (2014) Review of “Frege’s Theorem” by Richard G. Heck Jr. Philosophical Quarterly, 64 (254), pp.166-169.
  3. Ebert, P.A. (2011) Review of “A Critical Introduction to the Philosophy of Gottlob Frege” by Guillermo E. Rossado Haddock, Philosophia Mathematica, 19(3), pp. 363-367.
  4. Ebert, P.A. (2010) “Going to ground with concepts: Carrie S. Jenkins, Grounding concepts, an empirical basis for arithmetical knowledge. Oxford: Oxford University Press.” Metascience, 19(2), p. 217-220. Pdf
  5. Cook, R. and Ebert, P.A (2004) “Discussion Note: Kit Fine’s Limits of Abstraction”, British Journal of Philosophy of Science 55 (4), pp.791-800. Pdf