*All papers linked from this page are penultimate drafts, and they may contain inaccuracies. Please cite the published versions, and if you're not sure where to find them, please feel free to email me.*
Collective mentality and Radical collaboration
- Accountability and values in radically collaborative research. (With Eric Winsberg & Rebecca Kukla).
- Collective Values (with Marcus Hedhal).
- Do you see what we see? An investigation of an argument against collective representation.
- Genuinely collective emotions.
- The group mind in commonsense psychology.
- Kinds of collective behavior
- Making an Author in Radically Collaborative Research. (With Eric Winsberg & Rebecca Kukla).
- Minimal Minds
- Shared values, interests, and desires (with Marcus Hedahl)
- Transactive memory reconstructed.
Empirical Moral Psychology and Commonsense Psychology
- Commonsense concepts of phenomenal consciousness: Does anyone care about functional zombies?
- The construction of philosophical intuitions.
- Critiquing empirical moral psychology.
- Do emotions play a constitutive role in moral cognition?
- How the Source, Inevitability and Means of Bringing About Harm Interact in Folk-Moral Judgments. (with Marc Huaser & Philip Pettit).
- Intuitive moral judgments are robust across demographic variation in gender, education, politics, and religion: A large-scale web-based study (with Konika Banerjee & Marc Hauser).
- The linguistic analogy: motivations, results, and speculations. (with Sue Dwyer & Marc Hauser).
- Moral judgments about altruistic self-sacrifice. (with Marc Hauser)
- The moral-conventional distinction in mature moral competence. (with James Lee & Marc Hauser).
- Reflection, reflex, and folk intuitions.
- The role of emotion in moral psychology. (with Sue Dwyer, & Marc Hauser).
- What does the Nation of China think about phenomenal states? (with Hagop Sarkissian, & Mike Bruno).
- What is a philosophical effect?
Cognitive Architecture and Situated Agency
- Banishing “I” and “we” from accounts of metacognition (with Daniel Dennett)
- Emotional processing in individual and social recalibration (with Trip Glazer)
- Implicit bias, reinforcement learning, and scaffolded moral cognition.
- Massively representational minds are not always driven by goals, conscious or otherwise (with Rob Rupert)
- Socially embedded cognition.
- Socialized attention and situated agency (working draft)
- Surprisal and valuation in the predictive brain.
- Tool Use as Situated Cognition (with Andy Blitzer).
- Troubles with stereotypes for Spinozan minds.
- Keith Frankish & Bill Ramsey (eds), The Cambridge Handbook of cognitive science. (with Eric Mandelbaum)
- Robert Rupert, Cognitive systems and the extended mind.
- John Deigh, Emotions, values, and law.
- Jon Elster, Explaining social behavior: More nuts and bolts for the social sciences.
- Steven Horst, Cognitive Pluralism
- Christian List & Phillip Pettit, Group Agency: The possibility, design, and status of corporate agents.
- Robert Blank, Intervention in the Brain: Politics, Policy, and Ethics
- Tad Zawidzki, Mindshaping: A new framework for understanding human social cognition.
Miscellaneous short pieces
- Interview with Shelley Tremain for Dialogues on Disability
- Critical précis of Peter Railton's "The Affective Dog and Its Rational Tale: Intuition and Attunement"
- The dangers of White spaces (written for Dismantling the masters house; never published)
Available by request:
- Minding Theory of Mind (with Melanie Yergeau)
- Planning and Prefigurative Politics: The Nature of Freedom and the Possibility of Control
- Sharing values and social ontology (with Marcus Hedahl)