Persons and Personal Identity, Polity Press

Edited Books

Philosophy of Mind in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, Routledge 

Knowledge Through Imagination, co-edited with Peter Kung, Oxford University Press

Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy of Imagination, Routledge

papers on Imagination

“What Imagination Teaches,” forthcoming in John Schwenkler and Enoch Lambert, eds., Becoming Someone New: Essays on Transformative Experience, Choice, and Change. Oxford University Press.

“Mary’s Powers of Imagination” forthcoming in Sam Coleman, ed., The Knowledge Argument. Cambridge University Press.

“Imaginative Experience,” forthcoming in Uriah Kriegel, ed., Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness

“Philosophical Perspectives on Imagination in the Western Tradition,” forthcoming in Anna Abraham, ed., Cambridge Handbook of the Imagination

“How Imagination Gives Rise to Knowledge,” in Fabian Dorsch and Fiona Macpherson, eds., Perceptual Memory and                                Perceptual Imagination, 227-246.  Oxford University Press (2018)

“Imaginative Presence,” in Fabian Dorsch, Fiona Macpherson, and Martine Nide-Rumelin, eds., Perceptual Presence,                                  165-180. Oxford University Press (2018)

“Imaginative Vividness,” Journal of the American Philosophical Association 3: 32-50 (2017)

“Imagination,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  Taylor and Francis.                                                                                                     

“The Snowman’s Imagination,” American Philosophical Quarterly 53: 341-348 (2016)

“Introduction: The Puzzle of Imaginative Use” (co-written with Peter Kung), in Amy Kind and Peter Kung, eds.,                                    Knowledge Through Imagination, 1-37. Oxford University Press. (2016)

“Imagining Under Constraints,” in Amy Kind and Peter Kung, eds., Knowledge Through Imagination, 145-159.                                          Oxford University Press. (2016)

“Introduction: Exploring Imagination,” in Amy Kind, ed., Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Imagination, 1-11.                                      Routledge. (2016)

“Desire-Like Imagination,” in Amy Kind, ed., Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Imagination, 163-176.  Routledge. (2016)

“The Heterogeneity of the Imagination,” Erkenntnis 78: 141-159 (2013)

“The Puzzle of Imaginative Desire,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 89: 421-439 (2011)

“Imagery, Philosophical Perspectives,” Oxford Companion to Consciousness, ed. Timothy Bayne et al.  Oxford                                              University Press. (2009)

“Imagery and Imagination,” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed., James Fieser (2005)

“Putting the Image Back in Imagination,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 62: 85-109 (2001)

papers on Qualia/consciousness

“Consciousness, Personal Identity, and Immortality,” in Rocco Gennaro, ed., Routledge Handbook of Consciousness, 11-                              23. Routledge (2018)

“Twentieth Century Philosophy of Mind: Themes, Problems, and Scientific Context,” in Amy Kind, ed., Philosophy of                               Mind in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, 1-20. Routledge (2018)

“The Mind-Body Problem in 20th Century Philosophy,” in Amy Kind, ed., Philosophy of Mind in the Twentieth and                                 Twenty-First Centuries, 53-77. Routledge (2018)

“Pessimism about Russellian Monism,” in Torin Alter and Yujin Nagasawa, eds., Consciousness in the Physical World:                                Perspectives on Russellian Monism, 401-421.  Oxford University Press. (2015)

“The Case Against Representationalism About Moods,” in Uriah Kriegel, ed., Current Controversies in the Philosophy of                            Mind, 113-134.  Routledge. (2013)

“The Transparency of Conscious Experience,” in Stephan A. Jansen, Eckhard Schröter, and Nico Stehr, eds.,                                            Transparenz, 200-214.  Verlag. (2010)

“Transparency and Representationalist Theories of Consciousness,” Philosophy Compass 5:  902-913 (2010)

“How to Believe in Qualia,” in E.O. Wright, ed., The Case for Qualia, pp. 285-298. MIT Press. (2008)

**Reprinted in Andrew Bailey, ed., The Broadview Introduction to Philosophy (Broadview Press, 2019).

“Qualia,” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed., James Fieser (2008)

“Restrictions on Representationalism,” Philosophical Studies 134: 405-427 (2007)

“Panexperientialism, Cognition, and the Nature of Experience” Psyche 12 (2006)

“The Irreducibility of Consciousness,” Disputatio 19: 233-250 (2005)

“What’s So Transparent About Transparency?,” Philosophical Studies 115: 225-244 (2003)

  **Reprinted in Torin Alter and Robert J. Howell, eds., Consciousness and the Mind-Body Problem: A Reader, 213-223.  (Oxford University Press, 2011).

“Qualia Realism,” Philosophical Studies 104: 143-162 (2001)

other papers

“Computing Machinery and Sexual Difference: The Sexed Presuppositions Underlying the Turing Test,” forthcoming in Keya Maitra and Jennifer McWeeny, eds., Feminist Philosophy of Mind, Oxford University Press.

“The Metaphysics of Personal Identity and Our Special Concern for the Future,” Metaphilosophy 35: 536-553 (2004)

“Shoemaker, Self-Blindness and Moore’s Paradox,” The Philosophical Quarterly 53: 39-48 (2003)

“Introspection,” Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed., James Fieser (2005)