Books

  • The Computational Mind, Routledge, 200 pp. (forthcoming)
  • The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy (with Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen and Robin Wilson) (Eds.), Oxford University Press, 400 pp. (forthcoming)
  • New Waves in Philosophy of Mind (with Jesper Kallestrup) (Eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, 320 pp. (2014), ISBN: 978-1-137-28672-7 [Palgrave] [Amazon]

Articles & Chapters

  • 'Consciousness' (with David Carmel)
    in M. Massimi (Ed.) Philosophy and the Sciences, Routledge (forthcoming)
  • 'Intelligent machines and the human brain' (with Peggy Seriès)
    in M. Massimi (Ed.) Philosophy and the Sciences, Routledge (forthcoming)
  • 'Predictive coding'
    Philosophy Compass (forthcoming)
  • 'What do Bayesian models teach us about the brain?'
    in V. C. Müller (Ed.), Fundamental Issues of Artificial Intelligence, Springer (forthcoming)
  • 'Are there group minds?' (with David Statham)
    in A. O'Hear (Ed.) Mind, the Self, and the Person, Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)
  • 'Entangled externalisms' (with Jesper Kallestrup) [PDF]
    in New Waves in Philosophy of Mind, Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming)
  • 'Turing's model of the mind' [PDF]
    in The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy, Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
  • 'Fictionalism about neural representations' [PDF] [DOI]
    The Monist (2013) 96, 539–560
  • 'Realism and instrumentalism' [PDF] [DOI]
    in H. Pashler, (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of the Mind (2013), Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, pp. 633–636
  • 'Three challenges to Chalmers on computational implementation' [PDF] [URL]
    Journal of Cognitive Science (2012) 13, 107–143
  • 'Neural sufficiency, reductionism, and cognitive neuropsychiatry' [PDF] [DOI]
    Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology (2011) 18, 339–344
  • 'Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition' [PDF] [DOI]
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2011) 41, 353–362
  • 'Computation, individuation, and the received view on representation' [PDF] [DOI]
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2010) 41, 260–270
  • 'Computation and cognitive science' [PDF] [DOI]
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2010) 41, 223–226
  • 'Extended cognition and functionalism' [PDF] [URL]
    The Journal of Philosophy (2009) 106, 503–527
  • 'Kripke's paradox and the Church–Turing thesis' [PDF] [DOI]
    Synthese (2008) 160, 285–295
  • 'Chinese rooms and program portability' [PDF] [DOI]
    The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2007) 58, 755–776
  • 'The frame problem and the treatment of prediction' [PDF]
    in L. Magnani and R. Dossena (Eds.) Computing, Philosophy and Cognition (2005), London: King's College Publications, pp. 349–359
  • 'Magic, semantics, and Putnam's vat brains' (with Christina McLeish) [PDF] [DOI]
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2004) 35, 227–236

Edited Volumes

  • Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Special Issue on Computation and Cognitive Science (2010), 220 pp. [URL]

Book Reviews

  • 'Review of The Language of Thought by Susan Schneider'
    Mind (forthcoming)
  • 'Review of The Evolved Apprentice by Kim Sterelny' [PDF]
    The Quarterly Review of Biology (forthcoming)
  • 'Review of Representation Reconsidered by William Ramsey' [PDF] [DOI]
    The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2011) 62, 669–675
  • 'Review of Views into the Chinese Room, edited by John Preston & Mark Bishop' [PDF] [DOI]
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2005) 36, 203–209

Invited Talks

  • TBA
    Conference on Science and Reality, University of Bergen, 5–6 June 2014
  • Predictive coding
    Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of Birmingham, 17 March 2014
  • TBA
    Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of Bristol, 21 February 2014
  • The neural evidence for predictive coding
    Department of Philosophy & Institute Vienna Circle, University of Vienna, 16 January 2014
  • Psychiatry and the extended mind
    Royal College of Psychiatry, UK Conference on Philosophy & Psychiatry, 3–4 October 2013
  • Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?
    Department Research Seminar, University of Durham, 20 June 2013
  • Predictive coding
    Institute of Advanced Studies, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 20–22 May 2013
  • Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?
    Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 15 April 2013
  • Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?
    Philosophy Colloquium, University of Aberdeen, 19 February 2013
  • Is the extended mind hypothesis nonsensical?
    Department of Philosophy Senior Seminar, University of Glasgow, 30 October 2012
  • How should one model the extended mind?
    Workshop on Models and Explanations in Science and Cognitive Sciences, University of Edinburgh, 24 October 2012
  • Situated cognition and neuropsychiatry
    Scottish Philosophy & Psychiatry Conference, Royal College of Psychiatrists, 5 October 2012
  • Making friends with representationalism about computation
    Philosophy and Computation International Workshop, Lund University, Sweden, 12–13 May 2012
  • How does the situated cognition program justify the extended mind?
    Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of St. Andrews, 2 May 2012
  • Invited commentary on Edouard Machery's Evidence in Cognitive Neuroscience
    PPLS Interdisciplinary Seminar, University of Edinburgh, 19 April 2012
  • How does the situated cognition program justify the extended mind?
    Philosophy Society, University of Glasgow, 14 March 2012
  • Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition
    Mind Network Meeting, University of Warwick, April 2011
  • Real computational structure
    Workshop on Proof and Computation, Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Bristol, 19 March 2010
  • Doing without a principle of demarcation
    Conference on Cognitive Systems and the Extended Mind, Osnabrück, Germany, 26 November 2009
  • The explanatory value of the extended mind hypothesis
    Workshop on the Extended Mind Thesis in Theory and Applications, ZiF Bielefeld, Germany, 23–25 November 2009
  • Does a rock perform every computation?
    Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, 13 October 2009
  • Extending the conscious mind
    Serious Metaphysics Group, University of Cambridge, 20 May 2009
  • Does a rock perform every computation?
    Philosophical Society, University of St. Andrews, 21 April 2009
  • Inference, explanation, and extended cognition
    Department of Philosophy Seminar, University of Stirling, 2 April 2009
  • Can computations be objective features of the world?
    Conference on the Science and Philosophy of Unconventional Computing, Cambridge, 23–25 March 2009
  • Are computations objective features of the world?
    Philosophy of Physics Seminar, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, 5 March 2009
  • Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition
    Centre for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Sussex, 27 January 2009
  • Invited commentary on Katherine Hawley's Testimony and Knowing How
    Memorial conference for Peter Lipton, University of Cambridge, 1 November 2008
  • Alternative cognition and extended cognition
    British Society for the Philosophy of Science, University of St. Andrews, 10–11 July 2008
  • Computation, individuation, and the representation condition
    Computation and Cognitive Science conference, King's College, Cambridge, 7–8 July 2008
  • Vehicle externalism and functionalism
    Vehicle Externalism Workshop, NTNU Trondheim, Norway, 20 November 2007
  • Realism about computation and two senses of mind dependence
    Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London, 8 February 2007
  • Not all computations are effective methods
    Philosophy and History of Science Seminar, University of Bristol, 12 December 2006
  • Program portability and the Chinese room
    Moral Sciences Club, University of Cambridge, 24 October 2006
  • Not all computations are effective methods
    Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, 18 October 2006
  • Realism about computation
    Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, 17 November 2005
  • Algorithms and the Chinese room
    Department of Philosophy, University of Geneva, 26 May 2005
  • Algorithms and the Chinese room
    Centre for Research in Cognitive Science, University of Sussex, 24 May 2005

Conference Papers

  • Functionalism and extended cognition
    European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Geneva, 9–12 July 2007
  • How to be a realist about the computational theory of mind
    Joint Session of the Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society, Southampton, 7–9 July 2006
  • Realism about computation in cognitive science
    British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Southampton, 6–7 July 2006
  • Realism about computation
    European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Belfast, 24–27 August 2006
  • Programs and portability Columbia–NYU Graduate Philosophy Conference, New York, 27–28 March 2004
  • In what sense could running an algorithm be constitutive of mentality?
    International Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science, Oviedo, 7–13 August 2003
  • The frame problem and the treatment of prediction in scientific theory
    British Society for the Philosophy of Science, Belfast, 18–21 July 2003
  • Algorithms and the Chinese room
    Oxford Philosophy Graduate Conference, University of Oxford, 15–16 November 2003