Department of Philosophy, Auburn University
My book, Rational Causation (Harvard University Press 2012), is now available.
It has been reviewed in Analysis (Sara Worley), The Journal of Moral Philosophy (John Schwenkler), The Philosophers’ Magazine (Clayton Littlejohn), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (James A. Montmarquet), Metapsychology (George Tudorie) and Reason Papers (Bernardo Aguilera). Analysis has also published a précis, Kieran Setiya’s portion of an APA session on Rational Causation and my reply. An interview, part of the New Books in Philosophy podcast series, is here.
Here are some older papers and my CV:
- Why There Are No Token States : The Journal of Philosophical Research 2009; 34: 215- 241
- Intentionalism and the Imaginability of the Inverted Spectrum : The Philosophical Quarterly 2006; 56: 321-339
- Events, Sortals, and the Mind-Body Problem : Synthese 2006; 150: 99-129
- Mental Causation in a Physical World : Philosophical Studies 2005; 122: 27-50
- Why Zombies are Inconceivable : Australasian Journal of Philosophy 2004; 82 (3): 477-490
- Mental Causation: Unnaturalized, But Not Unnatural : Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2001; 63(1): 57-83