P u b l i c a t i o n s

— “Parsimony and the Triple System Model of Concepts” (2011, with Safa Zaki) (commentary in Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33(2)).

— “Is There a Reason for Skepticism?” – (2010) In Knowledge and Skepticism (O’Rourke and Campbell, eds.).

— “The Chimerical Appeal of Epistemic Externalism” (2004, with John Pollock) – In The Externalist Challenge (Richard Schantz, ed.).

— “Epistemology” and “Simulation Theory” (2003) – Entries in the Nature Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science (the latter written with Bob Gordon).

Contemporary Theories of Knowledge, (Rowman & Littlefield, 1999) co-authored with John Pollock, friend, mentor, and collaborator.

— “Mindreading: Mental State Ascription & Cognitive Architecture” (Mind & Language, 13(3), 1998).

— “Simulation and the Psychology of Sociopathy” (commentary in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 20(3), 1997).


S e l e c t e d   T a l k s   &   P u b l i c   L e c t u r e s

— “Knowing How to Reason” – Epistemic Virtues and Epistemic Skills Conference, 2017.

— “Attention and Reason” – The Intersection of Epistemology and Philosophy of Mind Conference, 2015.

— “Why There Is No Mind/Body Problem” – TEDx Williams, Winter 2014.

— “Irrational Thought” – First Conference in Honor of John Pollock, 2012.

— “Two Worlds” – Models of Mind Gallery Talk, Williams College Museum of Art, 2010.

— “Knowing One’s Mind” – Campus faculty lecture, Spring 2007. Podcast, transcript. 


P o p u l a r   A u d i e n c e   W r i t i n g

— “Knowledge and Reasons” (2013) Philosophy Now. Vol 96, May/June, 19-22.