(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2006).
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(Mc-Gill-Queens University Press / Acumen Press, 2006).

(Blackwell / Polity Press, 2004).



• ‘Knowing how to go on ending’, Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui, 2007.

• ‘Naturalist semantics and the appeal to structure’, Southern Journal of Philosophy, 44, 2006.
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• ‘All’s well that ends: Wittgenstein on language and the limits of philosophy’, Language and Communication, 2006.

• ‘Spinning threads: Peacocke on moderate rationalism’, Philosophical Books, 2006.

• ‘On Referring to Oneself’, Theoria, 70, 2004, 121-161. (With a reply by John McDowell).
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• ‘Is I guaranteed to refer?’, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 84, 2003, 138-56.
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• ‘Blue Book ways of telling: criteria, openness and other minds’, Philosophical Investigations, 25, 2002, 319-330.
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• ‘Corporeal Objects and the Interdependence of Action and Perception', Ratio, 15, 2002, 335-53.
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• ‘Object Dependence in Language and Thought’, Language and Communication, 21, 2001, 183-207. (A special issue with contributions by Ruth Garrett Millikan and Peter Hacker).
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• ‘John McDowell and the Contents of Experience’, Metaphilosophy, 29, 1998, 20-34. (With Simon Glendinning).

• ‘On Treating Works of Philosophy as Objects of Aesthetic Judgement’, Ratio, 11, 1998, 1-13.

• ‘Critical Notice of J. L. Bermudez, A Marcel, and N. Eilan (eds), The Body and the Self' (MIT, 1995), Ratio, 10, 1997, pp. 91-6.

• ‘Humanism, Reflective Capacities, and Prejudice’, Angelaki, 3, 1998, 109-116.

• ‘How Wrong Can One Be?', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 96, 1996, pp. 387-94. (Paper given at the Joint Session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society, 1995).
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• ‘Critical Notice of John McDowell, Mind and World' (Harvard University Press, 1994), Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 74, 1996, pp. 495-509.

• ‘Shades of Realism', Philosophical Books, 36, 1995, pp. 1-9. (Winner of the Philosophical Books Essay Competition 1994).
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• ‘The Bishop, the Chambermaid, the Wife and the Ass: What difference does it make if something is mine?’ in J. Cottingham, P. Stratton-Lake and B. Feltham (eds) Partiality and Impartiality, Forthcoming.

• ‘Integrity and Contempt’, in N. Athanassoulis and S. Vice (eds) Human Nature, 2007.

• ‘Being at Home: Human beings and human bodies’ in Brian Leiter and Michael Rosen (eds) The Oxford History of Continental Philosophy (Oxford: Oxford University Press) 2007.
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• ‘Space, matter, and the conditions on objective thought’, in Manuel Pinedo (ed.) Gareth Evans: The Coming of Age (Santiago: Papeles de Filosofia, 2006) 231-55.
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• ‘Suiting the Action to the Words’ in F. M. de Ferro (ed.) The Explanation of Human Interpretation (Lisbon: Edições Colibri, 2005) 425-39.
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• ‘Kant and Strawson on the First Person’ in Hans-Johann Glock (ed.) Strawson and Kant (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) 155-67.
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• ‘Corporeal Objects and the Interdependence of Action and Perception’, in Michael Proudfoot (ed.) The Philosophy of Body (Oxford: Blackwell), 27-45.

• ‘Bodily Organs and Organisation’ in M. Bryden (ed.) Deleuze and Religion (London: Routledge, 2001), 87-98.


Select Book Reviews

• Carol Rovane, The Bounds of Agency, 111, 2002, pp. 170-74.
• Gregory McCulloch, The Mind and its World, 105, 1996, pp. 500-03.

The Philosophical Quarterly
• John Campbell, Past, Space, and Self, 45, 1995, pp. 243-45.

The Times Literary Supplement
• Simon Blackburn, Think, 5117, April 27, 2001, p. 31.

Philosophical Books
• Austen Clark, A Theory of Sentience, 44, 2003, pp. 365-57.
Jaegwon Kim, Mind in a Physical World, 41, 2000, pp. 192-94.