From the University of Minnesota Center for Cognitive Sciences. In light of the Rorty/Salmon/Soames/Weatherson debate, I find it telling that most of the philosophy listed here, while mostly analytic, isn't the sort of tight, highly rigorous work that Soames seems to be pushing as the paradigm of good philosophy. Rather, in my estimation, it is mostly more synoptic/programmatic work that seems to have been influential outside of philosophy.
And isn't there a bit of a snub here to formal semantics and the philosophy of language? I mean for Christ's sake, WITTGENSTEIN!!