Articles

Interpretivism and norms

Philosophical Studies, forthcoming [pdf]

If beliefs exist relative to interpretation, then they exist relative to particular interpreters.

Beliefs as inner causes: the (lack of) evidence

Philosophical Psychology, 31:6, 850–877, 2018 [pdf]

There is no evidence that people ordinarily construe beliefs as inner causes that produce behavior.

Cartesian critters can't remember

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.

Cabbage à la Descartes

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).

Plate from  An entire body of philosophy, according to the principles of the famous Renate Des Cartes: in three books  by Antoine Le Grand.

Plate from An entire body of philosophy, according to the principles of the famous Renate Des Cartes: in three books by Antoine Le Grand.