Publications

Books

Consciousness and the Limits of Objectivity: The Case for Subjective Physicalism. (2013), Oxford: Oxford University Press

Consciousness and The Mind Body Problem: A Reader (2011), Co-edited with Torin Alter, New York: Oxford University Press

The God Dialogues (2011), With Torin Alter. New York: Oxford University Press

A Dialogue on Consciousness (2009), With Torin Alter. New York: Oxford University Press

 

Articles

“Extended Virtues and the Boundaries of the Person,” forthcoming in The Journal of the American Philosophical Association.

“The Knowledge Argument and The Self” forthcoming in Sam Coleman (ed.),The Knowledge Argument. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

“Phenomenally Mine: In Search of Subjective Character” with Brad Thompson. Forthcoming in Review of Philosophy and Psychology.

“The Physicalist’s Tight Squeeze: a priori vs. a posteriori physicalism,” forthcoming in Philosophy Compass.

“Epistemic Internalism and Perceptual Content,” Philosophical Studies, 17, (2015): 2153-2170.

“The Russellian Monist’s Problems with Mental Causation,” Philosophical Quarterly, 65 (258) (2015): 22-39.

“Perception from the First-Person Perspective” European Journal of Philosophy. Online access Nov (2013).

“The Slide from A Posteriori Physicalism to Russellian Monsim” with Torin Alter, in Between Physicalism and Dualism: Essays on Russellian Monism. Torin Alter and Yujin Nagasawa (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press (2015): 277-299.

“Google Morals, Virtue and the Asymmetry of Deference.” Nous, 48 (3) (2014): 389-415

“Physicalism, Old School,” in Consciousness and The Mind Body Problem. Torin Alter and Robert Howell (eds.) New York: Oxford University Press (2011): 337-348.

“The Knowledge Argument and the Implications of Phenomenal Knowledge” Philosophy Compass, Vol. 6, Issue 7 (2011): 459-468

“The Skeptic, the Content Externalist, and The Theist,” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 69 (3) (2011): 173-180

“Subjectivity and the Elusiveness of the Self,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 40 (3), (2010): 459-483.

“The Ontology of Subjective Physicalism,” Nous, 43:2, (2009): 315-345

“The Two-Dimensionalist Reductio,” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 89 (2008): 348-358.

“Emergentism and Supervenience Physicalism” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 87,No.1, (2009): 83-98.

“Subjective Physicalism” in The Case for Qualia. Ed. Wright, Edmund. Cambridge: MIT Press, (2008): 125-140.

“Immunity to Error and Subjectivity” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Vol 37, No. 4, (2007): 581-604.

“The Knowledge Argument and Objectivity” Philosophical Studies, 135, (2007): 145-177

“Self-Knowledge and Self-Reference” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, January 2006.

“A Puzzle for Pragmatism” American Philosophical Quarterly, 42 (2005): 131-13

“Sensations, Swatches and Speckled Hens” with Jeremy Fantl. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 84, 4 (2003): 371-383

 

Reviews, Encyclopedia Articles, Etc.

“Deferring to Moral Experts,” The Philosopher’s Magazine, 61 (20) (2013): 37-41.

Review of Coliva, A. (ed.) The Self and Self-Knowledge. Forthcoming in Analysis.

Review of Miguens, S. and Preyer, G. (eds.) Consciousness and Subjectivity. Notre Dame Philosophical Review. (2012)

Review of Baggini, Julian. The Ego Trip. The Philosopher’s Magazine, 55, (2011)

Review of Mark Siderits, Evan Thompson and Dan Zahavi (eds.) Self, No-Self. Notre Dame Philosophical Review (2011)

“Predestination and the Wages of Sin,” Philosophy Now, Issue 74, (2009)

“The Hard Problem,” Scholarpedia, with Torin Alter (2008)

Review of Stalnaker, Robert. Our Knowledge of the Internal World. Philosophical Quarterly. (2008)

Review of O’Brien, Lucy. Self-Knowing Agents. Notre Dame Philosophical Review (2008)