For a list of all publications and
works- in-progress, see my C.V.
An overarching concern in my work is:
What are the limits of philosophical inquiry? The issue concerns
cognitive limits, but often it is
not an epistemic
issue about limited evidence on
answers to philosophical questions. It is rather about whether we can
adequately articulate such answers in
the first place. More details are
available HERE , and in the
and the Philosophy of Mind
Self-Reflection for the
Opaque Mind New York: Routledge,
Above is a link to
excerpts from the book —included is the front matter, §1 of the
preamble, and chapter 1. A complete bibliography is HERE. You can buy the book HERE
about Self-Knowledge Philosophical
2007, pp. 411 – 424.
Naturalized: Reply to Hoffmann Dialectica, 67.3; Sept. 2013, pp. 353–358.
and Self-Knowledge ; Summer 2013,
E. Zalta (ed.), URL =
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
What” One Thinks Synthese, 192.5; May 2015, pp. 1337 – 1350.
Self-Knowledge and Externalism
about Empty Concepts Analytic Philosophy,
56.2; June 2015, pp. 158-168.
Case against Infallibilism Review of Philosophy and
7.1; March 2016, pp.
Commitment vis-à-vis Moore's Paradox Philosophia,
47.2; April 2019, pp. 323-333.
Philosophy of Mind & Epistemology
[edited with T. Demeter & A. Toon] New York:
Routledge, forthcoming. Mental
Fictionalism: Philosophical Explorations
I Think; Therefore, I am a
Fiction Mental Fictionalism: Philosophical
Explorations, T. Demeter, T. Parent, & A. Toon
(eds.). New York: Routledge, forthcoming.
and the Metalogic of Mind-Body Problems Palgrave Handbook of Philosophical
Methods , C.
Daly (ed.). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
pp. 497 –526.
Ontology after Folk Psychology; or, Why Eliminativists
should be Mental Fictionalists
In the Mental
Fiction, Mental Fictionalism is Fictitious The Monist, 96.4;
Oct. 2013, pp. 605 –621.
Knowing -Wh and Embedded
Questions Philosophy Compass, 9.2; Feb. 2014,
pp. 81 –95.
[Cambridge UP], 12.33; Mar. 2013, pp. 37 –39.
Critique of Metaphysical Thinking
The above link is to a draft of the front matter and
chapter 1 for a new book manuscript.
Commitment and Quantifiers Routledge
Handbook of Metametaphysics , R. Bliss & J. Miller (eds.). New
York: Routledge, 2020, pp 85 99. –
Ontic Terms and
Metaontology, or: On What There Actually Is
Philosophical Studies 170.2; Sept. 2014, pp.
Following and Metaontology Journal of Philosophy,
2015, pp. 247 –265.
to the Laplacean Chalmers Journal for General
Philosophy of Science, 47.1; April 2016, pp 237 –240.
Externalism and Quine's Criterion are Incompatible
Erkenntnis, 82.3; June 2017, pp 625 –639.
is a Great Success, and We are Fooled into Thinking
Otherwise [For a planned festschrift on William
Lycan, edited by Mitch Green & Jan Michel]
Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Mar. 2012, J. Feiser
& B. Dowden (eds.), http://www.iep.utm.edu/mod-meta/
PROVER9 Ontological Argument Philosophia, 43.2;
June 2015, pp. 475 –483.
Modal Ontological Argument meets Modal Fictionalism
Analytic Philosophy, 57.4; Dec. 2016, pp. 338 –352.
Modal Realism and
the Meaning of 'Exist'
Conservative Meinongianism: An
Logical Truth Erkenntnis 68.1;
Jan. 2008, pp. 103 –112.
about Kinds and Kind Terms Synthese,
198; 2021, pp. 2987 3006. –
Paradox without Necessitation
A New Curry
Exchange on Logical Form between William G. Lycan and myself.
If you are looking for the
bibliography I compiled on analytic
existentialism, click HERE.