Lynne Rudder Baker
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Invited lectures and conference presentations:
142 references, last updated Thu Oct 12 17:40:45 2017

  • Workshop on Naturalism and Supernaturalism: Beyond the Divide? , October 26, 2017. Heythrop College (University of London).
  • Gustav Bergmann Lecture, April 27, 2017. University of Iowa.
  • Naturalism and Mind. German Society of Philosophy (DGPhil), April 27, 2017. Humboldt University.
  • Naturalism and the Idea of Nature. Conference on Nature and Naturalism, April 18-19, 2016. Gregorian University (Rome).
  • Time and Eternity. 2016 St. Thomas Lecture (in absentia; presented by Katherine Sonderegger, March 7, 2016. Catholic University of Louven.
  • Personhood as Social. Conference on the Social Ontology of Personhood, February 18-19, 2016. University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia).
  • A Puzzle About Pregnancy: First There is One person, then There are Two. Conference on Taking Pregnancy Seriously in Metaphysics II, September 18, 2015. Southampton University (UK), E.M. Kingma (organizer).
  • Just What is Social Ontology? Conference on Social Complexes 2, June 8-10, 2015. University of Gothenburg (Sweden).
  • What are Persons, and How Do They Exist? Munich Philosophical Colloquium on Persons, November 5, 2014. Ludwig Maximilian University (Munich).
  • Two Paradoxes of Scientific Naturalism. Forms of Naturalism, October 30-31, 2014. University of Rome III.
  • Human Persons: Natural But Unique. Mountain-Plains Philosophy Conference, Leonard Lecture, October 16-18, 2014. University of Nevada (Reno).
  • Conscious Experience and its Subject: Two Kinds of Unity. The Unity of Consciousness, Keynote, August 28-30, 2014. St. Petersburg State University (Russia). (PDF, 127890 bytes)
  • Cartesianism and the First-Person Perspective. Conference on Naturalism, the First-Person Perspective and the Embodied Mind, Lynne Baker's Challenge: Metaphysical and Practical Approaches, June 3, 2014. San Raffaele University (Milan). (PDF, 146595 bytes)
  • Autism and 'I'. Perspectives on the First-Person Pronoun 'I': Looking at Metaphysics, Linguistics and Neuroscience, May 15-17, 2014. Durham University.
  • Selfless Persons. The Royal Institute of Philosophy (London), Jan 17, 2014.
  • Practical Realism as Metaphysics. Conference on Metaphysical Foundations, Oct 25, 2013. University of Buffalo. (PDF, 100836 bytes)
  • Realism Without Minimalism. Conference on Realism and Anti-Realism, Sept 5-7, 2013. Ca' Foscari University (Venice).
  • How Persons Persist in Time. Eunice Belgum Memorial Lectures, April 11-12, 2013. St. Olaf College.
  • Persons in the Natural World. Eunice Belgum Memorial Lectures, April 11-12, 2013. St. Olaf College.
  • Resurrection Without Souls. Research group on Death, Immortality, and the Afterlife, March 15, 2013. University of Birmingham.
  • Primitive Persistence. Moral Sciences Club, March 12, 2013. Cambridge University.
  • The First-Person Perspective and its Relation to Cognitive Science. University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), March 1, 2013. (PDF, 96777 bytes)
  • Human Persons: What Sets us Apart? MillerComm Endowment Lecture, March 1, 2013. University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign).
  • The First-Person Perspective and its Relation to Cognitive Science. Tufts University, December 7, 2012. (PDF, 96777 bytes)
  • Making Sense of Ourselves: Self-Narratives and Personal Identity. Narrativity, Interpretation, and Responsibility, International School for Philosophy (ISVW), October 19-21, 2012. Leusden, Netherlands.
  • Updating Anselm Again. Keynote Address at Conference of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Interdisciplinary Association for Philosophy and Religion, March 23-24, 2012. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
  • Updating Anselm Again. Society of Christian Philosophers, Symposium on the Ontological Argument–In Memory of Gareth B. Matthews, February 17, 2012. American Philosophical Association Central Division, Chicago.
  • Is My Identity Over Time an Illusion? Conference on Time and Agency, November 18-19, 2011. George Washington University.
  • That This House Believes in God. Debate on the Existence of God, Sept. 21, 2011. Trinity College (Dublin).
  • Moderator of session on Putnam's Philosophy of Religion. Conference on Philosophy in a Scientific Age, in Honor of Hilary Putnam's 85th Birthday, May 30 - June 3, 2011. Harvard and Brandeis Universities.
  • Persons Without Immaterial Souls. International Conference on Religious Doctrines and the Mind-Body Problem, Islamic Sciences and Culture Academy, The Center for Islamic Theology and Philosophy, Qom (Iran), March 9-10, 2011. Keynote Speaker.
  • Commentator on Tamar Szabo Gendler and Richard Holton. American Philosophical Association, Symposium on Belief and its Cousins, December 27, 2010. Canceled due to bad weather and rescheduled at Harvard Feb. 4, 2011.
  • The Ontological Significance of Artefacts. Conference on The Ontologies of Artefacts, State University – Higher School of Economics (Moscow), November 15-16, 2010.
  • Beyond the Cartesian Self. Conference on The Cartesian "Myth of the Ego" and the Analytic/Continental Divide, Radboud University Nijmegen (Holland), September 3-4, 2010. Keynote Speaker.
  • Theology and Philosophy in Dialogue. 10 lectures, with Katherine A. Sonderegger, Centre for Sino-Christian Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, June 17-30, 2010.
  • Pragmatism, Ontology and Ordinary Objects. Conference on The Ontology of Ordinary Objects, Auburn University, February 26-27, 2010. Keynote Speaker.
  • Does Naturalism Rest on a Mistake? British Wittgenstein Conference on Wittgenstein and Naturalism, University of Hertfordshire, June 13-14, 2009.
  • Technology and the Future of Persons. Conference on the Metaphysics of Lynne Rudder Baker, University at Buffalo, April 24–25, 2009. Keynote address.
  • A New Look at Anselm's Ontological Argument. Conference on Contemporary Philosophy of Religion: Eastern and Western Contexts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, February 4–6, 2009.
  • How to Have Self-Directed Attitudes. Conference on Self-Evaluation, University of Basel, Switzerland (co-sponsored by the University of Geneva), January 16–18, 2009.
  • Amie Thomasson on Ordinary Objects. American Philosophical Association Book Symposium, December 2008. (PDF, 104757 bytes)
  • First-Person Aspects of Agency. Conference on Normativity and the Causal Theory of Action, Bristol University (England), July 18, 2008. (PDF, 135790 bytes)
  • Our Place in Nature: Theism and Material Persons. Conference on Philosophy of Religion and Theology, Suffolk County Community College (Ammerman Campus), May 3, 2008. (PDF, 114624 bytes)
  • A Metaphysics of Ordinary Things and Why We Need It. Seminar on Commonsense and Scientific Ontology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway), April 16, 2008. (PDF, 129986 bytes)
  • Persons: Natural, Yet Ontologically Unique. Seminar on Commonsense and Scientific Ontology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway), April 16, 2008. (PDF, 346583 bytes)
  • Science and the First-Person. Theory of Science Forum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway), April 15, 2008. (PDF, 128808 bytes)
  • Agency and the First-Person Perspective. Conference on Actions and Persons (Handeln und Personen), Kardinal König Haus, Vienna (Arbeitsgemeinschaft deutschsprachiger Philosophiedozentinnen und -dozenten im Studium der Katholischen Theologie), February 22–24, 2008. (PDF, 120291 bytes)
  • Identity Across Time: A Defense of Three-Dimensionalism. International Conference on Unity and Time as Problems in Metaphysics: Persistence and Individuality, Humboldt University (Berlin), September 26–28, 2007.
  • Persons: Natural, Yet Ontologically Unique. The Ontology of Persons International Workshop, Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan, May 28–29, 2007. (PDF, 346583 bytes)
  • The Shrinking Difference Between Artifacts and Natural Objects. Society for Philosophy and Technology, APA Central Division, Chicago, April 18–21, 2007. (PDF, 328318 bytes)
  • Big-Tent Metaphysics. Book Symposium on Eric Olson's The Human Person, APA Pacific Division, San Francisco, April 3–6, 2007. (PDF, 82561 bytes)
  • When Persons Begin and End. Charles McCracken Distinguished Lecture, Michigan State University, March 29–13, 2007.
  • Against Reductive Physicalism: Causation Without Reduction. The GAP.6 Conference (Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie), Workshop on Physicalism, Berlin, September 10–16, 2006. (PDF, 424825 bytes)
  • Naturalism and the First-Person Perspective. The 29th International Wittgenstein Symposium, Workshop on Naturalism, Kirchberg, Austria, August 6-12, 2006. Plenary Address. (PDF, 131828 bytes)
  • First-Person Externalism. The Seventh Henle Conference on Interpersonal Perspectives and Knowledge, Saint Louis University, March 31–April 1, 2006. (PDF, 121796 bytes)
  • The Life and Death of Human Persons. Symposium on Personhood, Selfhood, and Self-Relatedness, University of Rotterdam, March 24, 2006.
  • `But What, Then, Am I?' Persons and the Metaphysics of Resurrection. The Society of Christian Philosophers, Selves, Souls and Survival, San Diego University, February 16–18, 2006. Plenary Address. (PDF, 131800 bytes)
  • Social Externalism and First-Person Authority. Conference on Mental Causation, Externalism, and Self-Knowledge, University of Tübingen, October 13–15, 2005. (PDF, 120941 bytes)
  • What is Human Freedom? Philosophical Workshop on Free Will, San Raffaele University, Milan (Italy), June 1, 2005. (PDF, 167762 bytes)
  • Temporal Reality. Inland Northwest Philosophy Conference on Time and Identity, University of Idaho and Washington State University, April 1-3 2005. Read in Absentia. (PDF, 153982 bytes)
  • Comment on William Hasker's ``The Goodness of the Creator: An Open Theist Perspective''. Society of Christian Philosophers, December 2004. (PDF, 47361 bytes)
  • Everyday Concepts as a Guide to Reality. Philosophy Working Group (Erasmus University, Technical University of Delft, Technical University of Eindhoven, Nijmegen University, Utrecht University), October 6, 2004. (PDF, 130961 bytes)
  • The Metaphysics of Malfunction. Conference on Artefacts in Philosophy, Technical University of Delft (Holland), October 3–4, 2004. (PDF, 131904 bytes)
  • Persons and Other Things. Conference on Dimensions of Personhood, University of Jyväskylä (Finland), August, 2004. (PDF, 438675 bytes)
  • Persons and Other Things. Philosophical Workshop on Individuality and Person, University of Geneva, June 2004. (PDF, 438675 bytes)
  • When Does a Person Begin? Conference on Personal Identity, Social Philosophy and Policy Center, Bowling Green State University, April 2004. (PDF, 125247 bytes)
  • Everyday Concepts as a Guide to Reality. Werkmeister Conference on Folk Concepts, Florida State University, January 2004. (PDF, 130961 bytes)
  • A Constitution View of Personal Identity. Seminar on Persons and Artifacts, Technical University of Delft (Holland), October 2003.
  • Moral Responsibility Without Libertarianism. Expert Seminar on Responsibility, Erasmus University (Rotterdam), October 2003. (PDF, 476861 bytes)
  • The Ontology of Artifacts. Seminar on Persons and Artifacts, Technical University of Delft (Holland), October 2003. (PDF, 124546 bytes)
  • On Seeing Yourself Coming and Going: The Significance of Self-Consciousness. Spring Forum 2003, Ohio University, April 10–12, 2003. Three-day symposium on my Persons and Bodies.
  • Sider on Ordinary Objects. APA Pacific Division, San Francisco, March 2003, March 2003. Book Symposium on Theodore Sider's Four-Dimensionalism, Invited Symposiast.
  • Collisions in Education: A View from the Trenches. The Kraemer Lectures, University of Arkansas, April 2002. Public Lecture. (PDF, 116788 bytes)
  • How Mental Causation is Possible. The Kraemer Lectures, University of Arkansas, April 2002.
  • How Mental Causation is Possible. Università del Piemonte Orientale (University of Eastern Piedmont, Vercelli, Italy), April 2002.
  • Attitudes in Action: How Mental Causation is Possible. Conference on Mental Causation, Universidade Federal da Paraíba (João Pessoa, Brazil), 3rd International Colloquium in the Philosophy of Mind, March 2002. Keynote Speaker. (PDF, 252345 bytes)
  • Comment on `Why Explanatory Exclusion is Sill a Problem'. APA Eastern Division, December 2001. Commentator.
  • On Making Things Up: Constitution and its Critics. The Chapel Hill Colloquium, October 26–28 2001. (PDF, 1143618 bytes)
  • First-Person Knowledge. The Gifford Lectures, Glasgow University, September 2–7, 2001. (PDF, 2931909 bytes)
  • Third-Person Understanding. The Gifford Lectures, Glasgow University, September 2–7, 2001. (PDF, 3114453 bytes)
  • Interpretation in Action: A Preliminary Inquiry. Conference on The Explanation of Human Interpretation [Mind and Action III], Universidade Nova de Lisboa (New University of Lisbon, Portugal), May 24–27, 2001. (PDF, 107795 bytes)
  • On Being One's Own Person. Conference on Reasons of One's Own, University of Utrecht (Holland), April 25–28, 2001. Opening Lecture. (PDF, 1937117 bytes)
  • Our Place in Nature. Conference on Human Nature and Human Freedom, Calvin College, March 7–11, 2001. Concluding Lecture.
  • Why a Christian Should be a Materialist (of a Certain Sort). Conference on Human Nature and Human Freedom, Calvin College, March 7-11, 2001. Opening Lecture.
  • Neuroscience and the Human Mind. Seminar on Creating Mind, Harvard Center for the Study of World Religions, February 23, 2001. (PDF, 47654 bytes)
  • Belief Ascription and the Illusion of Depth. Conference on Belief Ascription, International Center for Semiotic and Cognitive Studies, San Marino (Italy), December 13–18, 2000. (PDF, 1054929 bytes)
  • The Difference that Self-Consciousness Makes. Conference on Self-Consciousness, University of Fribourg (Switzerland), November 23–26, 2000. (PDF, 130898 bytes)
  • The Ontological Status of Persons. R. M. Chisholm Memorial Conference, Brown University, November 10–12, 2000. (PDF, 155773 bytes)
  • Material Persons and the Doctrine of Resurrection. Society of Christian Philosophers, University of South Carolina, May 2000. Plenary Speaker. (PDF, 2126044 bytes)
  • God and Science in the Public Schools. SUNY Brockport, April 2000. Public Lecture and Seminar. (PDF, 4621229 bytes)
  • Material Persons and the Doctrine of Resurrection. Society of Christian Philosophers, Fuller Theological Seminary, March 2000. Plenary Speaker. (PDF, 2126044 bytes)
  • Philosophy in Mediis Rebus. Australasian Association of Philosophers, Annual Meeting, Melbourne AU, July 1999. Invited paper in ``Beyond Analysis'' stream. (PDF, 127729 bytes)
  • Doing and Happening: A Reply to Mikael Karlsson. Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Conference on Supervenience, Causality, Action and Mind, [Mind and Action II], May 1999.
  • What Am I? Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, August 1998. (PDF, 197745 bytes)
  • What Am I? APA Central Division, May 1998. (PDF, 197745 bytes)
  • What is This Thing Called `Commonsense Psychology'? University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), Conference on Metaphysics and Epistemology of Commonsense Psychology, March 1998. (PDF, 1264609 bytes)
  • Are Beliefs Brain States? Conference on my book, Explaining Attitudes, Tilburg University and Nijmegen University (Holland), (Sponsored by the Dutch Research School of Philosophy), May 1997. (PDF, 126084 bytes)
  • The First-Person Perspective: A Test for Naturalism. Conference on my book, Explaining Attitudes, Tilburg University and Nijmegen University (Holland), (Sponsored by the Dutch Research School of Philosophy), May 1997. (PDF, 2785219 bytes)
  • The First-Person Perspective: A Test for Naturalism. Conference on Epistemology and Naturalism, Stirling University (Scotland), May 1997. (PDF, 2785219 bytes)
  • The First-Person Perspective: A Test for Naturalism. Conference on Naturalism, Humboldt University (Berlin), February 1997. (PDF, 2785219 bytes)
  • Material Persons and Christian doctrine. Society of Christian Philosophers, Plenary Speaker, Pacific Regional Meeting, February 1997.
  • What We Do: A Nonreductive Approach to Human Action. Conference on Mind and Action, Indiana University, October 1996. (PDF, 3379839 bytes)
  • Reply to Critics. APA Pacific Division, Book Symposium on Explaining Attitudes, April 1996. Invited Paper.
  • What We Do: A Nonreductive Approach to Human Action. Conference on Human Action and Causality, University of Utrecht [Mind and Action I], April 1996. (PDF, 3379839 bytes)
  • In What Sense is Folk Psychology Empirical? APA Central Division, 1995. Commentator.
  • Persons: In This Life and the Next. Society of Christian Philosophers, 1995. Plenary Speaker.
  • Attitudes in Action. APA Central Division, 1994. Invited Paper. (PDF, 252345 bytes)
  • Need a Christian be a Mind-Body bDualist? Society of Christian Philosophers, 1994. Plenary Speaker. (PDF, 1774650 bytes)
  • Need a Christian Be a Mind-Body Dualist? Notre Dame Conference on the Mind-Body Problem, 1994. (PDF, 1774650 bytes)
  • With Science in Mind. Claremont Theological Seminary and Center for Process Studies, Conference on Consciousness, Plenary Speaker, 1994. (PDF, 528356 bytes)
  • Attitudes as Nonentities. The Oberlin Colloquium, 31st Annual Philosophy Colloquium, 1993. Main Speaker. (PDF, 1533738 bytes)
  • Belief Without Reification. NEH Institute on Naturalism (Robert Audi, Director), Faculty, 1993.
  • Need Intentionality Be Naturalized? NEH Institute on Naturalism (Robert Audi, Director), Faculty, 1993.
  • Belief Without Reification. NEH Institute on the Nature of Meaning (Jerry A. Fodor and Ernest LePore, Directors), Faculty, August 1993.
  • Need Intentionality Be Naturalized? NEH Institute on the Nature of Meaning (Jerry A. Fodor and Ernest LePore, Directors), Faculty, August 1993.
  • Belief in Explanation. University of Cincinnati, 28th Annual Philosophy Colloquium, 1992.
  • Belief in Explanation. CREA, École Polytechnique (Paris), 1991.
  • The Cognitive Status of Common Sense. University of California at Riverside, Distinguished Visitor's Program, 1991.
  • Metaphysics and Mental Causation. University of California at Riverside, Distinguished Visitor's Program, 1991. (PDF, 1107178 bytes)
  • Reply to Moser. APA Central Division, 1991. Commentator.
  • What Beliefs Are Not. University of California at Riverside, Distinguished Visitor's Program, 1991. (PDF, 2920112 bytes)
  • Dretske on Mental Causation. Center for Interdisciplinary Research, University of Bielefeld (West Germany), Conference on the Mind/Body Problem, 1990. Commentator.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. The Creighton Club (NY State Philosophical Assn.), 1990. Keynote Speaker.
  • Is Decision Theory a Descriptive Ideal? The Chapel Hill Colloquium, 1989. Commentator.
  • More on Cognitive Suicide. APA Central Division, 1989. Commentator.
  • Silvers on Psychosemantics. Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 1988. Commentator.
  • Truth in Context. APA Central Division, 1988. Invited Paper. (PDF, 648835 bytes)
  • What is a Mental Representation? APA Eastern Division, 1988. Invited Paper.
  • Pollock on the Language of Thought. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Eleventh Colloquium in Philosophy, 1987. Commentator.
  • Content by Courtesy. The Five-College Cognitive Science Group of Amherst, 1986. (PDF, 341850 bytes)
  • Ersatz Intentionality. APA Central Division, 1986.
  • Rollins on Mental Imagery. APA Eastern Division, 1986. Commentator.
  • Cognitive Suicide. The Oberlin Colloquium, Twenty-Fifth Annual Colloquium in Philosophy, 1985. (PDF, 2192150 bytes)
  • Just What Do We Have in Mind? National Humanities Center, 1984. (PDF, 1535651 bytes)
  • A Reply to Kraemer's Functionalism and Masochism. APA Eastern Division, 1984. Commentator.
  • Underprivileged Excess: A Reply to Thomas McKay. APA Central Division, 1984. Commentator.
  • What's Moral About Moral Relativism? The Chapel Hill Ethics Group, 1983.
  • Chisholm on Principles of Action. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Herbert Heidelberger Memorial Conference, 1982. Commentator.
  • De Re Belief and the Explanation of Action. APA Eastern Division, 1980.
  • Why Computers Can't Act. APA Western Division, 1979. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. The Creighton Club, (New York State Philosophical Association), 1978. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • Temporal Becoming: The Argument from Physics. The Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 1976. (PDF, 1089730 bytes)

Invited addresses at departmental speakers' series and colloquia:
82 references, last updated Thu Oct 12 17:40:45 2017

  • The Ontological Argument Simplified. Colgate University, October 22-23 2009.
  • A Metaphysics of Ordinary Things and Why We Need It. Davidson College Philosophy Department Annual Retreat, Chetola Resort, November 7–9 2008. (PDF, 129986 bytes)
  • A New Look at the Ontological Argument. Davidson College Philosophy Department Annual Retreat, Chetola Resort, November 7–9 2008.
  • Persons and the Metaphysics of Resurrection. Davidson College Philosophy Department Annual Retreat, Chetola Resort, November 7–9 2008.
  • A Metaphysics of Ordinary Things and Why We Need It. CUNY Graduate Center (New York), March 7 2007. (PDF, 129986 bytes)
  • A Metaphysics of Ordinary Things and Why We Need It. University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), December 1 2006.
  • Temporal Reality. Notre Dame University, September 30 2005. (PDF, 153982 bytes)
  • Persons and Other Things. Utrecht University (Holland), October 7 2004. (PDF, 438675 bytes)
  • A New Look at Mental Causation. SUNY at Buffalo, April 15 2004.
  • Everyday Concepts as a Guide to Reality. Canisius College, April 14 2004. (PDF, 130961 bytes)
  • How Mental Causation is Possible. Tilburg University (Katholieke Universiteit Brabant/KUB, Holland), October 16 2003.
  • The Metaphysics of Everyday Life. Erasmus University (Rotterdam), October 13 2003. (PDF, 175009 bytes)
  • The Metaphysics of Everyday Life. Connecticut College, September 25 2003. (PDF, 175009 bytes)
  • On Seeing Yourself Coming and Going: The Significance of Self-Consciousness. SUNY at Buffalo, April 25 2003.
  • How Mental Causation is Possible. Dartmouth University, January 2003.
  • How Mental Causation is Possible. UCLA, November 2002.
  • Moral Responsibility Without Libertarianism. University of Kentucky, November 2002. (PDF, 476861 bytes)
  • On Being One's Own Person. Leiden University (Holland), May 2001. (PDF, 1937117 bytes)
  • Materialism With a Human Face. University of Toronto, December 1999. (PDF, 2661553 bytes)
  • Material Persons and the Doctrine of Resurrection. Hope College, October 1999. (PDF, 2126044 bytes)
  • Materialism With a Human Face. Washington University (St. Louis), October 1999. (PDF, 2661553 bytes)
  • Materialism With a Human Face. University of Missouri (Columbia), October 1999. (PDF, 2661553 bytes)
  • The Very Idea of Material Constitution. Australian National University, Research School of Social Sciences, July 1999. Visiting Fellow, RSSS. (PDF, 155159 bytes)
  • The Very Idea of Material Constitution. Yale University, November 1998. (PDF, 155159 bytes)
  • What is This Thing Called `Commonsense Psychology'? University of Richmond, October 1998. (PDF, 1264609 bytes)
  • The Very Idea of Material Constitution. University of Notre Dame, September 1998. (PDF, 155159 bytes)
  • Should the Humanities Be Saved? Texas Tech, February 1998.
  • Unity Without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. Texas A&M University, February 1998. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • Unity Without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. Texas Tech, February 1998. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • Unity Without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. University of Oklahoma (Norman), February 1998. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • Unity Without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. York University (Canada), September 1997. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • Persons and Bodies. University of Utrecht (Holland), May 1997.
  • Unity Without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. University of Utrecht (Holland), May 1997. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • The First-PersonPerspective: A Test for Naturalism. Whittier College, February 1997. (PDF, 2785219 bytes)
  • Why Constitution is Not Identity. UC/Santa Barbara, February 1997. (PDF, 668422 bytes)
  • Belief Without Reification. Amherst College, 1996.
  • Need a Christian be a Mind-Body Dualist? Calvin College, 1995. (PDF, 1774650 bytes)
  • Content Meets Consciousness. University of Arkansas, 1994. (PDF, 1309299 bytes)
  • Are Beliefs Brain States? St. Michael's College, 1993. (PDF, 126084 bytes)
  • Belief Without Reification. University of New Hampshire, 1993.
  • Intentionality and Explanation. Washington University, 1993.
  • Need Intentionality Be Naturalized? Harvard University, 1993.
  • What is Belief? Virginia Commonwealth University, 1993.
  • On Standards of Explanatory Adequacy. University of Rochester, 1992.
  • Belief in Explanation. Princeton University, 1991.
  • Belief in Explanation. University of California at Davis, 1991.
  • The Cognitive Status of Common Sense. Western Michigan University, 1991.
  • Metaphysics and Mental Causation. Union College, 1991. (PDF, 1107178 bytes)
  • The Cognitive Status of Common Sense. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1990.
  • The Cognitive Status of Common Sense. University of California at Davis, 1990.
  • Ethical Aspects of Language. United States Military Academy, 1990.
  • Is There a Problem of Mental Causation? Manhattanville College, 1990.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. University of Colorado at Boulder, 1990.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. McGill University, 1990.
  • Has Representation Been Naturalized? Duke University, 1989.
  • Has Representation Been Naturalized? SUNY at Buffalo, 1989.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. The Ohio State University, 1989.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. The University of Connecticut at Storrs, 1989.
  • The Myth of Folk Psychology. Davidson College, 1989.
  • On a Causal Theory of Content. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1988. (PDF, 375576 bytes)
  • What is a Mental Representation? Brandeis University, 1988.
  • What is a Mental Representation? University of Nebraska at Lincoln, 1988.
  • Why Belief? Vanderbilt University, 1988.
  • Mental Misrepresentation. Vassar College, 1987.
  • On a Causal Theory of Content. Arizona State University, 1987. (PDF, 375576 bytes)
  • Cognitive Suicide. Vanderbilt University, 1985. (PDF, 2192150 bytes)
  • Content by Courtesy. University of Vermont, 1985. (PDF, 341850 bytes)
  • A Farewell to Functionalism. Syracuse University, 1985. (PDF, 652564 bytes)
  • Intentional Systems: Dennett's Defense of Morality. Williams College, 1984.
  • Just What Do We Have in Mind? University of Rochester, 1984. (PDF, 1535651 bytes)
  • Just What Do We Have in Mind? University of North Carolin at Chapel Hill, 1984. (PDF, 1535651 bytes)
  • Harman on Reasons for Moral Action. University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1983.
  • Reason and Moral Relativism. North Carolina State University, 1983.
  • What's Moral About Moral Relativism? The Chapel Hill Ethics Group, 1983.
  • Underprivileged Access. Union College, 1981. (PDF, 262481 bytes)
  • On Making and Attributing Demonstrative Reference. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1979. (PDF, 1338421 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. Amherst College, 1979. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. University of Rochester, 1979. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. Union College, 1978. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. Middlebury College, 1978. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • On the Mind-Dependence of Temporal Becoming. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1976. (PDF, 377407 bytes)
  • Temporal Becoming: The Argument from Physics. University of Pittsburgh, 1975. (PDF, 1089730 bytes)