I've received word that APQ has accepted, "'Ought', 'Can', and Practical Reasons". (I'll post the latest draft, but I'm in the midst of switching laptops at the moment.) Thanks to all of you who offered comments on posts related to the manuscript below. It's nice to think that now I have a fair claim to being a two-trick pony.
I'll be presenting a version of the paper at a poster session at the Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress in early August (here). It's been ages since I've managed to get to a philosophy conference, so I'm really looking forward to spending some time in Colorado before school starts back up. Speaking of which, I'm thinking a bit about teaching next semester. It's going to be a brutal semester as I'm now slated to teach six courses. I'll be teaching a beginning logic course for the first time in years and I'd be curious to know if anyone has any reason to think it would be good to avoid using Hurley's textbook. Any suggestions would be fantastic.