Issue 45. 22 Sep. 2014. (The interview accompanying — and oddly longer than — the piece is here.)“Why Nonconceptual Content Can’t Be Immune to Error Through Misidentification,” European Review of Philosophy, (2006) 6, 81-100.
the dorsal stream, a now-retired series of pieces about family and fatherhood, with a little (just a little) philosophy, and where I experiment with creative nonfiction.
I contribute to Printculture, a blog on media, culture, the arts, weasels, and academic life.
"Just Back from Class," a more-or-less weekly series I wrote on teaching my course "Minding the Body" in spring 2009 at Princeton University. The entries represent a public diary of what worked and what didn't from the instructor's side of the desk. Written for the McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning and its blog The Scholar as Teacher.
“Unintentionally Biasing the Data: Reply to Knobe,” Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, (2004) 24, 220-223.
“Introduction,” with Charles Landesman. In Philosophical Skepticism, Cambridge: Blackwell Press, 2002. 1-6.
Philosophical Skepticism, co-edited with Charles Landesman. Cambridge: Blackwell Press, 2002.
“How Primitive is Self-Consciousness?” Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2001). Johanna D. Moore and Keith Stenning (Eds.). London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: 628-632.
Review of Consciousness and Persons by Michael Tye, Journal of Consciousness Studies 12.4/5 (2005): 150-151.
Review of Other Minds by Anita Avramides, Journal of Consciousness Studies 9.1 (2002): 90-91.
Review of When Self-Consciousness Breaks: Alien Voices and Inserted Thoughts by G. Lynn Stephens and George Graham, Metapsychology, http://www.mentalhelp.net/books/ books.php?type=de&id=421 (2000).
Review of The Paradox of Self-Consciousness by José Luis Bermúdez, Psycholoquy 11 (122), http://www.cogsci.soton.ac.uk/cgi/psyc/newpsy?11.122.
Review of Stanley Cavell: Philosophy’s Recounting of the Ordinary by Stephen Mulhall, Philosophy and Literature 19.2 (October 1995): 407-408.
I [Brain] Learning: What Cognitive Science Teaches About Learning
Rubber Hands, Plastic Selves
(Dare you to read it.)