Volumes edited

  1. New Waves in Philosophy of Mind (with Jesper Kallestrup) (Eds.)
    Palgrave Macmillan (2014), 344 pp.
    [Palgrave] [DOI]

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

Articles published as sole author

  1. ‘Fictionalism about neural representations’
    The Monist (2013) 96, 539–560
    [PDF] [DOI]

  2. ‘Realism and instrumentalism’
    in H. Pashler, (Ed.) The Encyclopedia of the Mind (2013), SAGE Publications, pp. 633–636
    [PDF] [DOI]

  3. ‘Three challenges to Chalmers on computational implementation’
    Journal of Cognitive Science (2012) 13, 107–143
    [PDF] [URL]

  4. ‘Neural sufficiency, reductionism, and cognitive neuropsychiatry’
    Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology (2011) 18, 339–344
    [PDF] [DOI]

  5. ‘Inference to the hypothesis of extended cognition’
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2011) 41, 353–362
    [PDF] [DOI]

  6. ‘Computation, individuation, and the received view on representation’
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2010) 41, 260–270
    [PDF] [DOI]

  7. ‘Computation and cognitive science’
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2010) 41, 223–226
    [PDF] [DOI]

  8. ‘Extended cognition and functionalism’
    Journal of Philosophy (2009) 106, 503–527
    [PDF] [URL]

  9. ‘Kripke’s paradox and the Church–Turing thesis’
    Synthese (2008) 160, 285–295
    [PDF] [DOI]

  10. ‘Chinese rooms and program portability’
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2007) 58, 755–776
    [PDF] [DOI]

  11. ‘The frame problem and the treatment of prediction’
    L. Magnani and R. Dossena (Eds.) Computing, Philosophy and Cognition (2005), King’s College Publications, pp. 349–359
    [PDF]

Joint articles published

  1. ‘Consciousness’ (with David Carmel)
    in M. Massimi (Ed.) Philosophy and the Sciences (2015), Routledge
    [URL]

  2. ‘Intelligent machines and the human brain’ (with Peggy Seriès)
    in M. Massimi (Ed.) Philosophy and the Sciences (2015), Routledge
    [URL]

  3. ‘Entangled externalisms’ (with Jesper Kallestrup)
    in New Waves in Philosophy of Mind, Palgrave Macmillan
    [PDF] [DOI]

  4. ‘Magic, semantics, and Putnam’s vat brains’ (with Christina McLeish)
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2004) 35, 227–236
    [PDF] [DOI]

Notes, reviews and review articles

  1. ‘Review of The Evolved Apprentice by Kim Sterelny’
    The Quarterly Review of Biology (2014) 89, 176.
    [PDF] [DOI]

  2. ‘Review of Representation Reconsidered by William Ramsey’
    British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (2011) 62, 669–675
    [PDF] [DOI]

  3. Various responses published
    in Alexander George (Ed.) What Would Socrates Say? (2007), New York: Clarkson Potter, translated into 7 languages.
    [URL]

  4. ‘Review of Views into the Chinese Room, edited by John Preston & Mark Bishop’
    Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (2005) 36, 203–209
    [PDF] [DOI]

Articles and books in the press

Books

  1. The Computational Mind
    Routledge (forthcoming), 200 pp.

  2. The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy (with Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen and Robin Wilson) (Eds.)
    Oxford University Press (forthcoming), 400 pp.

  3. The Routledge Handbook of the Computational Mind (Ed.)
    Routledge (forthcoming), 400 pp.

Articles

  1. ‘Realism in cognitive science’
    in J. Saatsi (Ed.), Routledge Handbook on Scientific Realism, Routledge

  2. ‘Philosophy of the psychological and cognitive sciences’
    in P. Humphreys (Ed.), Oxford Handbook for the Philosophy of Science, Oxford University Press

  3. ‘Predictive coding’
    Philosophy Compass

  4. ‘Turing’s model of the mind’
    in The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy, Oxford University Press
    [PDF]

Joint articles

  1. ‘Are there group minds?’ (with David Statham)
    in A. O’Hear (Ed.) Mind, the Self, and the Person, Cambridge University Press
    [PDF]

Notes, reviews and review articles

  1. ‘Review of The Language of Thought by Susan Schneider’
    Mind