Free Will and Action Explanation: a Non-Causal, Compatibilist Account. Oxford University Press, 2016
- Ishtiyaque Haji, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Teleological Realism: Mind, Agency, and Explanation, MIT Press, 2005
- Ginet, Carl, in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
- Price, Carolyn, in The Philosophical Quarterly
- Slater, Carol, in Psyche
- Worley, Sara, in Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
- Walden, Scott, in Metapsychology Online Book Reviews
- Andrews, Kristin, in Philosophy in Review
“Davidson’s Challenge to the Non-Causalist”, (with Guido Löhrer), American Philosophical Quarterly(2016): 85-96.
“Epistemic Issues in the Free Will Debate: Can We Know When We Are Free?”, Philosophical Studies(2013): 363-380.
“Action Explanation and the Free Will Debate: How Incompatibilist Arguments Go Wrong.” Philosophical Issues (2012): 351-368.
“Taking Procrustes’ Axe to Professor Fisher’s Response,” Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice,Volume 17 (2011): 1009-10, co-authored with Donald Stanley.
“A Flawed Conception of Determinism in the Consequence Argument,” Analysis, Volume 71 (2010): 30-38. Prepublication copy here.
“The Problem of Evil: Skeptical Theism Leads to Moral Paralysis,” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. 67:2 (2010)
“Evidence and Simplicity: Why We Should Reject Homeopathy,” Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, Volume 16 (2010): 276-281.Prepublication copy here.
“Applying the Simplicity Principle to Homeopathy: What Remains?” Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies, Volume 15:1 (2010).
“Teleology and Degrees of Freedom,” Internationale Zeitschrift für Philosophie, Volume 17:1 (2008): 123-144.
“A philosophical analysis of the evidence-based medicine debate,” BMC Health Services Research2003, 3:14, . Co-authored with Donald E. Stanley. Also translated into Chinese and published in Medicine and Philosophy 25:2 (2004): 21-24 and 25:3 (2004): 30-33.
“An Argument Against the Causal Theory of Action Explanation,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 60:1(2000): 67-85.
“Connectionism and the Causal Theory of Action Explanation,” Philosophical Psychology, 11:4(1998): 511-531.
“Natural-Kind Terms and the Status of Folk Psychology,” American Philosophical Quarterly, 34:3(1997): 333-344.
“Deviant Causal Chains and the Irreducibility of Teleological Explanation,” Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 78:2 (1997): 195-213.
“Okin on Feminism and Rawls,” The Philosophical Forum, 27 (1996): 321-332.
“Teleology and the Nature of Mental States,” American Philosophical Quarterly, 31 (1994): 63-72.
Book Chapters and Reviews
“The Causal Theory of Action and the Commitments of Common Sense Psychology,” in Reasons and Causes: Causalism and Non-causalism in the Philosophy of Action, Giuseppina D’Oro, ed. Palgrave Macmillan (2013)
“Pro-Attitudes,” in International Encyclopedia of Ethics, Hugh LaFollette, John Deigh, and Sarah Stroud, eds. Wiley-Blackwell. (2013)
“Teleology,” in Encyclopedia of the Mind. Sage Publications. (2013)
Review of Causing Human Actions: New Perspectives on the Causal Theory of Action, Jesùs Aguilar and Andrei Buckareff, (Eds. ), Ethics 122:1(2011), pp. 168-174.
“Teleological Explanation,” in Blackwell Companion to Philosophy of Action, Timothy O’Connor and Constantine Sandis, eds. Blackwell. (2010).
“Dementors, Horcruxes, and Immortality: The Soul in Harry Potter,” in Harry Potter and Philosophy: Hogwarts for Muggles, William Irwin and Gregory Bassham, eds. Wiley (2010).
Review of Rationality and the Good: Critical Essays on the Ethics and Epistemology of Robert Audi Mark Timmons, John Greco, Alfred R. Mele (eds.) Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, March 16, 2008.
“Goal-Directed Action and Teleological Explanation,” in Causation and Explanation, Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O’Rourke, and Harry Silverstein, eds. MIT Press. (2007)
Review of A Most Unlikely God: A Philosophical Enquiry into the Nature of God, by Barry Miller, Philosophy in Review, 18:2 (1998): 129-131.
Review of Logical Learning Theory: A Human Teleology and Its Empirical Support, by Joseph F. Rychlak, The Philosophical Quarterly, 46 (1996): 246-248.
Review of Subjectivity and Reduction by Barbara Hannan, Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 15 (1995): 250-252.
“Professors do much more than teach and advise,” Bowdoin Orient, October 11, 2012, (co-authored with Barbara Weiden Boyd, Kristen Ghodsee, Page Herrlinger, John Holt, Steve Naculich, and Steve Perkinson.)
“Job shortage, fraught future for students,” Bowdoin Orient, November 18, 2011 (co-authored with Kristen Ghodsee).
“Judging who’s fit to be tied” (op-ed on gay marriage), Brunswick Times Record, June 6, 2008.
"Filibuster Tactic Smacks of Hypocrisy," (PDF) Op-ed piece in Portland Press Herald, April 25, 2005.
"Tax Cap Proponents' Suggestion Would Create Free-Loaders," Op-ed piece in Brunswick Times Record,October 8, 2004.
“Iraq not ‘War on Terror,’” Brunswick Times Record, March 26, 2004.
"Arguments Against Gay Marriage Don't Hold Up," Op-ed piece in Brunswick Times Record, February 27, 2004.
“Supports the Troops; Not Bush Decisions,” Op-ed piece in Brunswick Times Record, March 28, 2003.
“Rights not absolute,” Brunswick Times Record, October 31, 2001.
“There is no ban on school prayer,” Op-ed piece in Brunswick Times Record, September, 2001.
“Immorality of homosexuality based on Bible is challenged,” Op-ed piece in Brunswick Times Record, September 29, 2000.
“Homosexuality Is Not Immoral, Despite Scriptural Prohibition,” Op-ed piece in Portland Press Herald, June 27, 1997. Also reprinted in the Binghamton, NY Press & Sun Bulletin, August 14, 1997.