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Glock, Hans Johann; Kalhat, Javier (2017). Analytische Philosophie. In: Schrenk, Markus. Handbuch Metaphysik. Stuttgart: Springer, 272-277.

Kalhat, Javier (2016). Peacocke on depiction and the visual field. Studia Philosophica, 75:119-133.

Kalhat, Javier (2016). Varieties of representation. Philosophy, 91(01):15-37.

La Necesidad Lógica en el Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, Guía Comares de Wittgenstein. Edited by: Kalhat, Javier (2015). Granada: Editorial Comares.

Kalhat, Javier (2011). Is there a quasi-mereological account of property incompatibility? Acta Analytica, 26(2):115-133.

Kalhat, Javier (2009). Has Lewis reduced modality? European Journal of Philosophy, 17(4):506-526.

Kalhat, Javier (2009). Review: Terrance Klein, Wittgenstein and the Metaphysics of Grace. European Legacy, 14(2):227-229.

Kalhat, Javier (2008). Necessity and language: The gap is still very real. Philosophical Investigations, 31(3):227-236.

Kalhat, Javier (2008). Has the Later Wittgenstein Accounted for Necessity? Philosophical Investigations, 31(1):1-23.

Kalhat, Javier (2008). A critique of Armstrong’s truthmaking account of possibility. Acta Analytica, 23(2):161-176.

Kalhat, Javier (2008). Primitive modality and possible worlds. Philosophy, 2008(83):497-517.

Kalhat, Javier (2008). Structural universals and the principle of uniqueness of composition. Grazer Philosophische Studien, 77:55-77.

Kalhat, Javier (2006). Review: Moyal-Sharrock, W. H. Brenner (Hg.), Readings of Wittgenstein's "On Certainty". Philosophy in Review, 126(4):228-290.

Kalhat, Javier (2005). Review: Brian McGuinness: Approaches to Wittgenstein: Collected Papers. Philosophical Quarterly, 55:229.

Kalhat, Javier (2004). Discussion Nozick on objectivity, truth, and necessity. Ratio, 17(3):345-352.

Kalhat, Javier (2002). Review: Christopher New, Philosophy of Literature: An Introduction. Philosophy Today, 15(40):8.

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