Links to (most) papers

'Eternal duration is promised no more to works of men than to men.' -Marcel Proust


Consciousness and Moral Status: out in June of 2018 with Routledge.


Intending, believing, and supposing at will, (forthcoming). Ratio.

Skilled action and the double life of intention, (forthcoming). Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

The experience of acting and the structure of consciousness, (2017). The Journal of Philosophy 64(8): 422-448.

Halfhearted action and control, (2017). Ergo 4(9): 259-277.

The moral insignificance of self-consciousness, (2017). European Journal of Philosophy.

Kriegel on phenomenology of action, (2016). Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 7(2): 264-272.

Conscious action/Zombie action, (2016). Noûs 50(2): 219-244.

More dead than dead? Attributing mentality to vegetative state patients, with Anil Gomes and Matthew Parrott (2016). Philosophical Psychology 29(1): 84-95.

Conscious control over action, (2015). Mind & Language 30(3): 320-344.

X-phi and Carnapian explication, with James Justus (2015). Erkenntnis 80(2): 381-402.

Deciding as intentional action: Control over decisions, (2015). Australasian Journal of Philosophy 93(2): 335-351.

Scientific challenges to free will and moral responsibility, (2015). Philosophy Compass 10(3): 197-207.

Consciousness, free will, and moral responsibility: Taking the folk seriously, (2015). Philosophical Psychology 28(7): 929-946.

Causation, norms and omissions, with Randolph Clarke, John Stigall, Robyn Waller, and Chris Zarpentine (2015). Philosophical Psychology 28(2): 279-293.

The contours of control (2014). Philosophical Studies 170(3): 395-411.

Causalism and intentional omission (2014). American Philosophical Quarterly 51: 15-26.

Situationism and agency, with Alfred Mele (2013). Journal of Practical Ethics 1(1): 62-83.

Why Block can’t stand the HOT (2013). Journal of Consciousness Studies 20(3-4): 183-195.

The apparent illusion of conscious deciding (2013). Philosophical Explorations 16(1): 18-30.

Action, mindreading and embodied social cognition (2012). Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11(4): 507-518.

Action, attitude, and the Knobe Effect: Another asymmetry (2012). Review of Philosophy and Psychology 3(2): 171-185.

Free will and consciousness: Experimental studies (2012). Consciousness and Cognition 21(2): 915-927.


Agentive phenomenology, with Myrto Mylopoulos (forthcoming). Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness, Uriah Kriegel (ed.). Oxford University Press.

Consciousness and morality, with Neil Levy (forthcoming). Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness, Uriah Kriegel (ed.). Oxford University Press.

The folk psychological roots of free will (2017). In Advances in Experimental Philosophy and Metaphysics, David Rose (ed.), Bloomsbury.

Neuroscientific threats to free will (2016). In Routledge Companion to Free Will, Meghan Griffith, Neil Levy, and Kevin Timpe (eds.), Routledge.

The morality of sport hatred (2016). In Philosophers Take on the World, David Edmonds (ed.). Oxford University press.

Moral conflict and the minimally conscious state (2016). In Consciousness After Severe Brain Damage: Medical, Legal, Ethical, and Philosophical Perspectives, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (ed.), Oxford University Press.

In German: Argumente für die naturalisierte Erkenntnistheorie (English title: The case for naturalized epistemology), with Michael Bishop (2015). In Erkenntnistheorie: wie und wozu? Dirk Koppleberg and Stefan Tolksdorf (eds.), Münster, Germany, Mentis Verlag.


Ethical (and epistemological) issues regarding consciousness in cerebral organoids (2018). Journal of Medical Ethics.

Consciousness and quality of life research (2016). American Journal of Bioethics: Neuroscience.

Minimizing harm via psychological intervention: Reply to Glannon (2014). Journal of Medical Ethics 40: 662-663.


Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (ed.), Moral Psychology, Vol. 4: Free Will and Moral Responsibility (2014). Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.