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The Indispensability of Intuitions (Cambridge Elements in Epistemology), under contract, New York: Cambridge University Press

Know How: Essays on Knowledge, Mind, and Action. 2012. Co-edited with John Bengson. New York: Oxford University Press     <OUP site>


Action-theoretic foundations for epistemology. forthcoming (2023). Southwest Philosophical Studies, 45 (Glenn Joy Award). <pdf>

Intuitions as evidence: An introduction. 2023. In Lasonen-Aarnio & Littlejohn (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Evidence   <pdf>

Review of Norms and Necessity by Amie L. Thomasson. 2023. Notre Dame Philosophical Review   <link>

Non propositional intellectualism. 2012. In Bengson & Moffett (Eds.), Know How: Essays on Knowledge, Mind and Action. (w/John Bengson)   <pdf>

Introduction: Two conceptions of mind and action. 2012. In Bengson & Moffett (Eds.), Know How: Essays on Knowledge, Mind and Action. (w/John Bengson)   <pdf>

Against a posteriori functionalism. 2010. Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 40: 83-106   <pdf>

The folk on knowing how. 2009. Philosophical Studies, 142: 387-401. (w/John Bengson and Jennifer Wright)    <pdf>

Reasonable disagreement and rational group inquiry. 2007. Episteme, 4: 352-367.   <pdf>

Know-how and concept possession. 2007. Philosophical Studies, 136: 31-57. (w/John Bengson)     <pdf>

Constructing attitudes. 2005. Protosociology, 21: 105-128.    <pdf>

Knowing facts and believing propositions: A solution to the problem of doxastic shift. 2003. Philosophical Studies, 115: 81-97 <pdf>

Language, communication, and the paradox of analysis: Some philosophical remarks on Plato's Cratylus. 2003. Logical Analysis and the History of Philosophy, 8: 58-67    <pdf>

A note on the relationship between Mates' Puzzle and Frege's Puzzle. 2002. Journal of Semantics, 19: 159-166.    <pdf>


Act-centered epistemic conservatism. <pdf>

  • Versions of this paper were presented  from 2006-2008 at the following venues: UT Austin Methodology Workshop (University of Texas, Austin), Bellingham Summer Philosophy Conference (Western Washington University), International Conference on Linguistics and Epistemology (University of Aberdeen), Society for Exact Philosophy: Time, Logic and Exact Philosophy (University of British Columbia), Rationality in Contemporary Epistemology (Canadian Society for Epistemology, Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke), as well as Colorado State University, the University of Wyoming, McGill University, and the University of Rochester.

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