Articles on phenomenal consciousness

 

[16]   Opening up vision: The case against encapsulation. (With Ryan Ogilvie.) In draft. [COMMENTS WELCOME]

 

[15]   Block’s overflow argument.  In draft. [COMMENTS WELCOME]

 

[14]   Valence and Value. In draft. [COMMENTS WELCOME]

 

[13]   Perceiving mental states. Consciousness and Cognition 33 (2015). 

 

[12]   The case against cognitive phenomenology. (With Bénédicte Veillet.) In T.Bayne and M.Montague (eds.), Cognitive Phenomenology. OUP, 2011.

 

[11]   Consciousness, higher-order theories of. In Edward Zalta (ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (2001 / 2007 / 2011).

 

[10]   The Phenomenal Concept Strategy. (With Bénédicte Veillet.) Journal of Consciousness Studies 14 (2007), 212-236.

 

[9]   Dual-Content Theory: the explanatory advantages. In my Consciousness: Essays from a Higher-Order Perspective, ch.6. OUP, 2005.

 

[8]   Reductive explanation and the "explanatory gap". Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 34 (2004), 153-173. Click here for pdf.

 

[7]   HOP over FOR, HOT theory. In R.Gennaro (ed.), Higher Order Theories of Consciousness. John Benjamins, 2004.

 

[6]   Phenomenal concepts and higher-order experiences. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 68 (2004), 316-336. Click here for pdf.

 

[5]   Précis of Phenomenal Consciousness and replies to critics. (Replies to: Colin Allen, José Bermúdez, Joseph Levine, and William Seager.) Philosophy of Mind Book Forums (2001). http://www.swif.uniba.it/lei/mind/forums/forum2.htm (Later published in Anthropology and Philosophy, 2005.)

 

[4]   Consciousness: explaining the phenomena. In D.Walsh (ed.), Naturalism, Evolution and Mind. CUP, 2001.

 

[3]   The evolution of consciousness. In P.Carruthers and A.Chamberlain (eds.), Evolution and the Human Mind. CUP, 2000.

 

[2]   Natural theories of consciousness. European Journal of Philosophy, 6 (1998), 203-222. Click here for pdf.

 

[1]   Consciousness and concepts. Aristotelian Society Proceedings, supplementary volume 66 (1992), 41-59.