Philosophical Studies, forthcoming [pdf]
If beliefs exist relative to interpretation, then they exist relative to particular interpreters.
Philosophical Psychology, 31:6, 850–877, 2018 [pdf]
There is no evidence that people ordinarily construe beliefs as inner causes that produce behavior.
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 69, 72–85, 2018 [pdf]
Fabulous Cartesian brains reconstruct ideas, but cannot reflectively recognize those ideas as reconstructions.
Ergo, 3:24, 609–637, 2016 [pdf]
Method actors really feel sad (and Strasberg taught them how). Analogously, Descartes sincerely doubted everything (and taught skepticism).