Academic Work

Representative journal articles, books, and courses taught

Representative Academic Publications

Why Nonconceptual Content Can’t Be Immune to Error Through Misidentification,” European Review of Philosophy, (2006) 6, 81-100.

Unintentionally Biasing the Data: Reply to Knobe,” Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, (2004) 24, 220-223.

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.

Sample Courses Taught

Fordham University

  • Studies in Philosophy: The Examined Life

Princeton University

  • Minding the Body

  • The Culture Wars in Philosophical Context

Harvard University

  • The Examined Life

  • Truth and the Socratic Method

Hunter College, The City University of New York

  • Philosophical Psychology

  • Introduction to Philosophy

  • Knowledge and Reality

  • Maps of Knowledge