Articles on animals

 

[17]    The evolution of self-knowledge. (With Logan Fletcher and Brendan Ritchie.) Philosophical Topics, 40 (2012), 13-37. (Published in 2014.)

 

[16]    The evolution of working memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2013), 10371-10378.

 

[15]    Animal minds are real, (distinctively) human minds are not. American Philosophical Quarterly 50 (2013), 233-247.

 

[14]    Behavior-reading versus mentalizing in animals. (With Logan Fletcher.) In J. Metcalfe and H. Terrace (eds.), Agency and Joint Attention. OUP, 2013.

 

[13]    The emergence of metacognition: affect and uncertainty in animals. (With Brendan Ritchie.) In M.Beran, J.Brandl, J.Perner, and J.Proust (eds.), Foundations of Metacognition. OUP, 2012.

 

[12]    Animal mentality: its character, extent, and moral significance. In R. Frey and T. Beauchamp (eds.), Handbook on Ethics and Animals. OUP, 2011.

 

[11]    Against the moral standing of animals. In C. Morris (ed.), Practical Ethics: questions of life and death. OUP, 2011.

 

[10]    Invertebrate concepts confront the Generality Constraint (and win). In R. Lurz (ed.), The Philosophy of Animal Minds. CUP, 2009.

 

[9]    Meta-cognition in animals: a skeptical look. Mind and Language, 23 (2008), 58-89.

 

[8]    Invertebrate minds: a challenge for ethical theory. Journal of Ethics, 11 (2007), 275-297. Click here for pdf.

 

[7]    On being simple mindedAmerican Philosophical Quarterly, 41 (2004), 205-220. (Adobe acrobat version, plus figures.)

 

[6]    Suffering without subjectivity. Philosophical Studies, 121 (2004), 99-125. Click here for pdf.

 

[5]    Why the question of animal consciousness might not matter very much. Philosophical Psychology, 17 (2004), 83-102. Click here for pdf.

 

[4]    Replies to critics: explaining subjectivity. Psyche, 6 (2000). (Replying to ten refereed articles in the same journal targeted on [2].)

 

[3]    Sympathy and subjectivity. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 77 (1999), 465-482. Click here for pdf.

 

[2]    Animal subjectivity. Psyche 4 (1998). (Long abstract and reworking of phenomenal consciousness article #[2], to provide a target paper for a special issue of the journal devoted to animal consciousness.)

 

[1]    Brute experience. The Journal of Philosophy, 86 (1989), 63-79.