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The Consequence Argument Meets the Mentaculus

The Package Deal Account of Laws and Explanation“, Synthese, forthcoming.

Humean Laws and Explanation“, Principia: An International Journal of Epistemology, forthcoming.

“Laws and Cosmology”. In Philosophy of Cosmology, Anna Ijjas and Barry Loewer (ed.), Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

“Laws and Induction”. In New Work on Laws, Mike Hicks (ed.), Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

The Mentaculus Vision“. In Statistical Mechanics and Scientific Explanation: Determinism, Indeterminism, and Laws of Nature, Valia Allori (ed.), World Scientific, forthcoming.

Philosophy for Physicists: Review of The Big Picture by Sean Carroll“, Science 352(6288), (2016), pp. 903.

Mental Causation: The Free Lunch“. In Qualia and Mental Causation in a Physical World: Themes from the Philosophy of Jaegwon Kim, Terence Horgan, Marcelo Sabates, and David Sosa (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2015), pp. 40-64.

Philosophy of Physics“. In Bloomsbury Companion to Analytic Philosophy, Barry Dainton and Howard Robinson (ed.), (2014), pp. 285-311.

Two Accounts of Laws and Time“, Philosophical Studies 160(1), (2012), pp. 115-137.

The Emergence of Time’s Arrow and the Special Science Laws from Physics“, Interface Focus 2, (2012), pp. 13-19.

Counterfactuals all the way down?“, Metascience 20(1), (2011), pp. 27-52.
Co-authored with John Carroll, Marc Lange, and Jim Woodward

Why is There Anything Except Physics?“, Synthese 170(2), (2009), pp. 217-233.

Why There Is Anything except Physics“. In Being Reduced: New Essays on Reduction, Explanation, and Causation, Jakob Hohwy and Jesper Kallestrup (ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, (2008).

Determinism“. In The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Science, Stathis Psillos and Martin Curd (ed.), Routledge, (2008), pp. 327-337.

Mental Causation or Something Near Enough“. In Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Mind, Brian McLaughlin and Jonathan Cohen (ed.), Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, (2007) pp. 243-264.

Counterfactuals and the Second Law“. In Causation, Physics, and the Constitution of Reality: Russell’s Republic Revisited, Huw Price and Richard Corry (ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, (2007) pp. 293-326.

Laws and Natural Properties“, Philosophical Topics 35(1-2), (2007), pp. 313-328.

“Philosophy of Physics”. In The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2nd Edition, Donald Borchert (ed.), MacMillan Reference USA, (2006), pp.

On Field’s Truth and the Absence of Fact“, Philosophical Studies 124(1), (2005), pp. 59-70.

Time and Law“, 0 0, (2004), pp. 21.

Humean Supervenience“. In Readings on Laws of Nature, John Carroll (ed.), Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, (2004) pp. 176-206.

David Lewis’s Humean Theory of Objective Chance“, Philosophy of Science 71(5), (2004), pp. 1115-1125.

“Time for Philosophy”. In The Budapest Review of Books, (2003), pp.

Consciousness and Quantum Theory: Strange Bedfellows“. In Consciousness: New Philosophical Perspectives, Quentin Smith (ed.), New York: Oxford University Press, (2003) pp. 507-524.

Comments on Jaegwon Kim’s Mind and the Physical World“, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65(3), (2002), pp. 655-662.

From Physics to Physicalism“. In Physicalism and Its Discontents, Carl Gillett (ed.), New York: Cambridge University Press, (2001) pp. 37-56.

Determinism and Chance“, Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 32B(4), (2001), pp. 609-620.

Copenhagen Versus Bohmian Interpretations of Quantum Theory“, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 49(2), (1998), pp. 317-328.

“Probability Theory and Epistemology”. In The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Taylor and Francis, (1998).

A Guide to Naturalizing Semantics“. In A Companion to the Philosophy of Language, Bob Hale and Crispin Wright (ed.), Malden, MA: Blackwell, (1997) pp. 108-126.

“Freedom From Physics: Quantum Mechanics and Free Will”, Philosophical Topics 24(2), (1996), pp. 91-112.

Tails of Schrödinger’s Cat“. In Perspectives on Quantum Reality: Non-Relativistic, Relativistic, and Field-Theoretic, Rob Clifton (ed.), Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, (1996), pp. 81-92.
Co-authored with David Albert

Humean Supervenience“, Philosophical Topics 24(1), (1996), pp. 101-127.

Comment on Lockwood“, British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 47(2), (1996), pp. 229-232.

“Quine and the Propositional Attitudes”. In On Quine: New Essays, Paolo Leonardi (ed.), New York: Cambridge University Press, (1995) pp. 186-205.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

“An Argument for Strong Supervenience”. In Supervenience: New Essays, Elias Savellos (ed.), Cambridge, UK: Needham Heights, (1995) pp. 218-225.

Hector Meets 3-D: A Diaphilosophical Epic” (Volume 8: Logic and Language), Nous-Supplement: Philosophical Perspectives 8, (1994), pp. 389–414.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

“Probability and Quantum Theory”. In Patrick Suppes Feschrift, Paul Humphries (ed.), Reidel, (1994), pp. 3-28.

Non-ideal Measurements“, Foundations of Physics Letters 6(4), (1993), pp. 297-305.
Co-authored with David Albert

Absolute Obligations and Ordered Worlds“, Philosophical Studies 72, (1993), pp. 47-70.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

The Value of Truth“, Philosophical Issues 4, (1993), pp. 265-280.

The Measurement Problem: Some ‘Solutions’“, Synthese 86, (1991), pp. 87-98.
Co-authored with David Albert

Prima Facie Obligation”. In John Searle and His Critics, Ernest Lepore and Robert van Gulick (ed.), Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell, (1991), pp. 359-370.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

Wanted Dead or Alive: Two attempts to Solve Schrödinger’s Paradox“, PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association, (1990), pp. 277-285.
Co-authored with David Albert

What Davidson Should have Said“, Grazer Philosophica, (1989), pp. 65-78. Reprinted in Information Based Semantics and Epistemology, E. Villenueva (ed.), Basil: Blackwell, (1990), pp. 190-199.

“A Study in Comparative Semantics”. In Propositional Attitudes: The Role of Content in Logic, Language, and Mind, Tony Anderson and Joseph Owens (ed.), University of Chicago Press, (1990), pp. 91-112.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

You Can Say That Again“, Midwest Studies in Philosophy 14, (1989), pp. 338-356.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

Two No-Collapse Interpretations of Quantum Theory“, Nous 23, (1989), pp. 169-186.
Co-authored with David Albert

More on Making Mind Matter“, Philosophical Topics 17, (1989), pp. 175-191.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

Absolute Truth Theories for Modal Languages as Theories of Interpretation“, Critica 21, (1989), pp. 43-73.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

“A Conditional Logic for Defeasible Beliefs”, Decision Support Systems 4(1), (1988), pp. 29-42.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

Interpreting the Many Worlds Interpretation“, Synthese 77, (1988), pp. 195-213.
Co-authored with David Albert

A Putnam’s Progress“, Midwest Studies in Philosophy 12, (1988), pp. 459-473.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

“Formalizing Defeasible Deontic Reasoning”. In Defeasible Reasoning, D. Nute (ed.), Kluwer, (1987), pp. 88-101.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

Mind Matters“, Journal of Philosophy 84, (1987), pp. 630-642.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

From Information to Intentionality“, Synthese 70, (1987), pp. 287-317.

Help for the Good Samaritan Paradox“, Philosophical Studies 50, (1986), pp. 117-128.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

Solipsistic Semantics“, Midwest Studies in Philosophy, (1986), pp. 595-614.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

Dual Aspect Semantics“. In New Directions in Semantics, Ernest Lepore (ed.), Academic Press, (1986), 83-112. Reprinted in Representations, Stuart Silvers (ed.), Philosophical Studies Monographs 40, (1989), pp. 161-188.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

Destroying the Consensus“, Synthese 62, (1985), pp. 79-96.
Co-authored with Robert Laddaga

Dyadic Deontic Detachment“, Synthese 54, (1983), pp. 295-318.
Co-authored with Marvin Belzer

Three Trivial Truth Theories“, Canadian Journal of Philosophy 13(3), (1983), pp. 433-447.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

“Information and Belief”, Behavioral Brain Sciences 6(1), (1983), pp. 75-76.

The Role of ‘Conceptual Role Semantics‘”, Notre Dame of Formal Logic 23, (1982), pp. 305-315.

Translational Semantics“, Synthese 48, (1981), pp. 121-134.
Co-authored with Ernie Lepore

Descartes’ Skeptical and Antiskeptical Arguments“, Philosophical Studies 39, (1981), pp. 163-182.

The Truth Pays“, Synthese 43, (1980), pp. 369-380.

Cotenability and Counterfactual Logics“, Journal of Philosophical Logic 8, (1979), pp. 99-115.

Leibniz and the Ontological Argument“, Philosophical Studies 34, (1978), pp. 105-109.

On The Likelihood Principle and a Supposed Antinomy”, PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association, (1978), pp. 279–286.
Co-authored with Robert Laddaga and Roger Rosenkrantz

Counterfactuals with Disjunctive Antecedents“, Journal of Philosophy 73, (1976), pp. 531-536.

Comment on Joseph Agassi“, Synthese 30(1/2), (1975), pp. 25-30.


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