Book



  1. 1.The Unity of Perception: Content, Consciousness, Evidence

            Oxford University Press, 2018.

     



















Journal Articles



  1. 2.Précis of The Unity of Perception

            Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 3.Replies to M.G.F. Martin, Casey O’Callaghan, and Michael Rescorla (as part of a book symposium on The Unity of Perception)

            Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 4.The Unifying Ground of Perception

            Mind & Language, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 5.Replies to Christopher Hill, Nico Orlandi, and Ram Neta (as part of a book symposium on The Unity of Perception)

            Mind & Language, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 6.Perceptual Capacities Ground Perceptual Content, Consciousness, and Evidence

            Analysis Reviews, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 7.Replies to Alex Byrne, Jonathan Cohen, and Matt McGrath (as part of a book symposium on The Unity of Perception)

            Analysis Reviews, 2019.

  1. Topics: content, consciousness, evidence, perceptual capacities



  1. 8.Spatial Perception: The Geometry of Space

            Philosophy Compass, 2019.

  1. Co-authored with E.J. Green.

  2. Topics: spatial perception, geometry



  1. 9.Situation-Dependent Properties

            Phenomenology and Cognitive Science, 2019. .

  1. Topics: perspective, appearance properties, variance, invariance, perceptual constancy



  1. 10. Spatial Perception

            Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2019.

  1. Co-authored with E.J. Green.

  2. Topics: perspective, appearance properties, variance, invariance, geometry



  1. 11. Perceptual Consciousness as a Mental Activity

  2. Noûs, 2018.

  3. Topics: consciousness, perceptual capacities



  1. 12. In Defense of Perceptual Content

  2. Philosophical Perspectives, 31 (1): 409-447. (2017) Invited.

  3. Topics: representationalism, relationalism, content, perceptual capacities, singular modes of presentation, gappy content



  1. 13. The Origins of Perceptual Knowledge

  2. Episteme, 14 (3): 311-328. (2017) Invited

  3. Topics: perceptual knowledge, capacities, factive evidence, Gettier cases, no belief condition on knowledge, sufficient evidence condition on knowledge



  1. 14.Perceptual Particularity

  2. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 93 (1): 25-54. (2016)

  3. Topics: perceptual particularity, singular content, de re modes of presentation, perceptual consciousness



  1. 15.Phenomenal Evidence and Factive Evidence

  2. Philosophical Studies, 173 (4): 875-896. (2016) Invited.

  3. Symposium with comments by Matt McGrath, Ram Neta, and Adam Pautz: https://link.springer.com/journal/11098/173/4/page/1

  4. Topics: perceptual evidence, justification, epistemic transparency, speckled hen, new evil demon scenario




  1. 16. Phenomenal Evidence and Factive Evidence Defended: Replies to McGrath, Pautz, and Neta

  2. Philosophical Studies, 173 (4): 929-946. (2016) Invited.

  3. Part of symposium on my paper “Phenomenal Evidence and Factive Evidence”

  4. Topics: bayesianism, conditionalization, graded justification, rationality of credal states



  1. 17. De Se Content and De Hinc Content

  2. Analysis, 76 (3): 334-345. (2016) With a response by Christopher Peacocke. Invited.

  3. Topics: self-location, self-consciousness, self-representation, egocentric frames of reference



  1. 18. Spatial Perception: The Perspectival Aspect of Perception:

  2. Philosophy Compass.

  3. Co-authored with E.J. Green.

  4. Topics: perspectival properties of perception, perceptual constancy, appearances, invariance, variance



  1. 19. Experience and Evidence

  2. Mind, 122 (487): 699-747. (2013)

  3. Abridged version reprinted as “Experience and Evidence Abridged”, Traditional Epistemic Internalism, M. Bergmann and B. Coppenger (eds.), Oxford University Press.

  4. Topics: perceptual evidence, metaphysical primacy of good case over bad case, perceptual capacities



  1. 20. Belief and Desire in Imagination and Immersion

  2. Journal of Philosophy, 110 (9): 497-517. (2013)

  3. Topics: imagination, belief, desire, imaginative immersion



  1. 21. The Epistemic Force of Perceptual Experience

  2. Philosophical Studies, 170 (1): 87-100. (2014) Invited.  

  3. With a response by Alex Byrne.

  4. Topics: perceptual evidence, metaphysical primacy of good case over bad case, perceptual capacities



  1. 22. Perceptual Content and Relations

  2. Philosophical Studies, selected papers of the Pacific APA 2012, 163 (1): 49-55. (2013)

  3. With a response by Bill Fish.

  4. Topics: relationalism, representationalism, naive realism, singular content, Fregean gappy content



  1. 23. Sameness of Fregean Sense

  2. Synthese, special volume edited by R. Briggs, 189 (1): 163-175. (2012) Invited. 

  3. Topics: rationality, modes of presentation, individuation of Fregean senses



  1. 24. Perceptual Content Defended

  2. Noûs, 45 (4): 714-750.  (2011)

  3. Reprinted in Spanish translation in Experiencia perceptive: Representaxión y Contenido, A Peláez (ed.), translation by A. Peláez.

  4. Topics: naive realism, representationalism, singular content, Fregean gappy content



  1. 25. Ontological Minimalism about Phenomenology

  2. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 83 (1): 1-40. (2011)

  3. Topics: consciousness, argument against property-cluster view



  1. 26. The Particularity and Phenomenology of Perceptual Experience

  2. Philosophical Studies, 149 (1): 19-48. (2010)

  3. Topics: perceptual particularity, phenomenological particularity, relational particularity, singular content, de re modes of presentation, perceptual consciousness



  1. 27. The Situation-Dependency of Perception

  2. Journal of Philosophy, 105 (2): 55-84. (2008)

  3. Topics: spatial perception, situation-dependent properties, appearance properties, perceptual constancy



  1. 28. Action and Self-location in Perception

  2. Mind, 116 (463): 603-632. (2007)

  3. Topics: spatial perception, egocentric and allocentric frames of reference, space, perspective, self-representation



  1. 29. Begriff, Gehalt, Folgerung

  2. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 48 (5): 780-789. (2000)

  3. Topics: concepts, content, inferences, inferential role semantics



Book Chapters



  1. 30. The Primacy of the Good Case and Externalism about Knowledge

  2. Externalism about Knowledge, ed. L Oliveria, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.



  1. 31. Perceptual Capacities

  2. Perception, Cognition, Aesthetics, ed. S. Gouveia, D. Shottenkirk, London: Routledge, forthcoming



  1. 32. Perceptual Reasons

  2. Oxford Bibliographies in Philosophy, ed. D. Pritchard, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

            Co-authored with R. Neta


  1. 33. Fregean Particularism

  2. Unstructured Content, ed. A. Egan, D. Kindermann, and P. van Elswyck, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.



  1. 34. Bayesian Liberalism

  2. Epistemology after Sextus Empiricus, ed. J. Vlastis and K. Vogt, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019.

  3. Co-authored with M. Feeney

  4. Topics: bayesianism, credences, introspection



  1. 35. Perceptual Capacities, Knowledge, and Gettier Cases

  2. Explaining Knowledge: New Essays on the Gettier Problem, ed. R. Borges, C. de Almeida, and P. Klein, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2017.

  3. Topics: perceptual knowledge, capacities, factive evidence, Gettier cases, no belief condition on knowledge, sufficient evidence condition on knowledge



  1. 36. The Relational and Representational Character of Perceptual Experience

  2. Does Perception have Content? ed. B. Brogaard, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

  3. Topics: Relational Content, Perceptual Capacities, Singular Content, Fregean Gappy Content



  1. 37. Externalism and the Gappy Content of Hallucination

  2. Hallucination, ed. F. E. Macpherson and D. Platchias, Cambridge: MIT Press 2013, pp. 291-311.

  3. Topics: Singular Content, Fregean Gappy Content, Perceptual Consciousness



  1. 38. A Trilemma about Mental Content

  2. Mind, Reason, and Being-in-the-World, ed. J. Schear, London: Routledge 2013.

  3. Topics: Mental Content, Representations



  1. 39. Perceptual Experience and the Capacity to Act

  2. Perception, Action, and Consciousness, ed. N. Gangopadhay, M. Madary, and F. Spicer, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010, pp. 145-159.

  3. Topics: Spatial Perception, Egocentric and Allocentric Frames of Reference, Space, Perspective



  1. 40. Sellarsian Perspectives on Perception and Non-Conceptual Content

  2. The Self-Correcting Enterprise: Essays on Wilfrid Sellars, ed. M. Lance, M. Wolf, Rodopi 2006, pp. 173-196.





Reviews



  1. 41. Review of Making It Explicit by Robert Brandom

  2. Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger 51: 187-195. (1998)



    

Unpublished Commentaries and Responses


  1. Comments on Siegel’s The Contents of Visual Experience

  2. presented at Author Meets Critics session at Central APA 2012


  1. Response to McGrath’s Comments on my “The Epistemic Force of Perceptual     Experience”: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

  2. online Neuphi talk


  1. Comments on Maitra and Weatherson’s “Assertion, Knowledge, and Action

  2. presented at BSPC 2009


  1. Comments on Doggett and Egan “Wanting Things You Don’t Want”

  2. presented at BSPC 2007


  1. Comments on Christopher Peacocke: “Mental Actions”

  2. presented at University of Toronto 2007








































         

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OUP Catalogue


Book symposium in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research with M.G.F. Martin, Casey O’Callaghan, and Michael Rescorla


Book symposium in Mind & Language with Christopher Hill, Nico Orlandi, and Ram Neta.


Book symposium in Analysis Reviews with Alex Byrne (TBC), Jonathan Cohen, and Matthew McGrath.


Author Meets Critics Session with M.G.F. Martin, Christopher Peacocke, Michael Rescorla, APA Pacific Division Meeting 2019, 04.2019


Author Meets Critics Session with Casey O’Callaghan, Nico Orlandi,  24th World Congress of Philosophy, Beijing, 08.2018


APA Pacific Division Meeting 2018, invited symposium on The Unity of Perception with Jonathan Cohen, Mike Martin, and Ram Neta, 04.2018


Author Meets Critics Session with Alex Byrne, Jonathan Cohen, Matthew McGrath, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, San Antonio, 03.2018


2-day workshop on The Unity of Perception, University of Zürich, 02.2018


1-day workshop on The Unity of Perception, University of Potsdam, 07.2017


The Unity of Perception: Workshop with Susanna Schellenberg, 2-day workshop, University of Tübingen, 07.2016


2-day workshop on The Unity of Perception, TMU, Taipei,12.2015


1-week masterclass on The Unity of Perception, Logos, Barcelona, 02.2015