Lynne Rudder Baker
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Publications:
Books:
7 references, last updated Sun Sep 21 21:51:10 2014


Journal Articles:
81 references, last updated Sun Sep 21 21:51:11 2014

  • Human Persons as Social Entities. Journal of Social Ontology, forthcoming.
  • Making Sense of Ourselves: Self-Narratives and Personal Identity. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, forthcoming.
  • The Metaphysics of Malfunction. Techne, forthcoming. (PDF, 131904 bytes)
  • Selfless Persons: Goodness in an Impersonal World. Philosophy, forthcoming.
  • Swinburne on Substance Dualism. Symposium on Richard Swinburne's Mind, Brain, and Free Will, forthcoming.
  • Three-Dimensionalism Rescued: A Brief Reply to Michael Della Rocca. Journal of Philosophy, 110(3):166–170, forthcoming.
  • Big-Tent Metaphysics. Abstracta: Revista de Filosofia, 1:8–15, a2008. Special issue on Eric Olson's The Human Animal. (PDF, 82561 bytes)
  • Response to Eric Olson. Abstracta: Revista de Filosofia, 1:43–45, b2008. Special issue on Eric Olson's The Human Animal. (PDF, 41566 bytes)
  • Practical Realism as Metaphysics. American Philosophical Quarterly, 51(4):13–20, 2014.
  • Swinburne on Substance Dualism. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 6(1):5–15, 2014.
  • Can Subjectivity Be Naturalized?. Metodo: International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy, 1(2):15–25, 2013. (PDF, 117509 bytes)
  • Pereboom's Nonreductive Physicalism. Philosophy and Phenomological Research, 86(3):738–746, 2013. Book Symposium: Consciousness and the Prospects of Physicalism.
  • Technology and the Future of Persons. The Monist, 96(1):37–53, 2013.
  • Updating Anselm Again. Res Philosophica, 90(1):23–32, 2013.
  • From Consciousness to Self-Consciousness. Grazer Philosophische Studien, (84):19–38, 2012. (PDF, 103689 bytes)
  • Beyond the Cartesian Self. Phenomenology and Mind, 1(5):48–57, 2011. (PDF, 160667 bytes)
  • Christian Materialism in a Scientific Age. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 69(1):1–12, 2011. (PDF, 173400 bytes)
  • Does Naturalism Rest on a Mistake. American Philosophical Quarterly, 48(2):161–173, 2011. (PDF, 180912 bytes)
  • First-Personal Aspects of Agency. Metaphilosophy, 42(1-2):1–16, 2011. (PDF, 162878 bytes)
  • The Ontological Significance of Artefacts. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, 2:55–64, 2011. Moscow.
  • Reply to Oppy's Fool. Analysis, 71(2):1–1, April 2011.
  • Anselm's Argument Reconsidered (with Gareth B. Matthews). Review of Metaphysics, 64(1):31–54, 2010. (PDF, 200001 bytes)
  • The Ontological Argument Simplified (with Gareth B. Matthews). Analysis, 70(2):210–212, 2010. (PDF, 94457 bytes)
  • Shrinking Difference – Response to Replies. American Philosophical Association Newsletter: Philosophy and Computers, 09(2):3–38, 2010. (PDF, 71124 bytes)
  • Persons and the Extended-Mind Thesis. Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, 44(3):642–658, 2009. (PDF, 161584 bytes)
  • Need a Christian Be a Mind-Body Dualist. In Michael Rea, editor, Oxford Readings in Philosophical Theology, volume 2, pages 347–363. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009. Reprint.
  • The Irrelevance of the Consequence Argument. Analysis, 68(1):13–22, 2008. (PDF, 107329 bytes)
  • A Metaphysics of Ordinary Things and Why We Need It. Philosophy, 83:5–24, 2008. (PDF, 129986 bytes)
  • Persons: Natural, Yet Ontologically Unique. Encyclopaideia: rivista di fonemenologia, pedagogia, formazione, 23:17–30, 2008. Proceedings of workshop, "Are Persons More Than Social Objects?" held at San Raffaele University, May, 2007. (PDF, 346583 bytes)
  • The Shrinking Difference Between Artifacts and Natural Objects. American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, 7(2), Spring 2008. (PDF, 328318 bytes)
  • What Does It Mean to be One of Us. Anthropological Psychology, 20:2008, 2008. (PDF, 94419 bytes)
  • First-Person Externalism. Modern Schoolman, 84:155–70, 2007. (PDF, 121796 bytes)
  • Persons and Other Things. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 14:17–36, 2007. (PDF, 438675 bytes)
  • Persons and the Metaphysics of Resurrection. Religious Studies, 43:333–48, 2007. (PDF, 131800 bytes)
  • Social Externalism and First-Person Authority. Erkenntnis, 67:287–300, 2007. (PDF, 120941 bytes)
  • Everyday Concepts as a Guide to Reality. Monist, 89:313–30, 2006. (PDF, 130961 bytes)
  • Moral Responsibility Without Libertarianism. Noûs, 40:307–30, 2006. (PDF, 476861 bytes)
  • On the Twofold Nature of Artefacts: A Response to Wybo Houkes and Anthonie Meijers. Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 37:132–36, 2006. (PDF, 50912 bytes)
  • When Does a Person Begin? Social Philosophy and Policy, 22:25–48, 2005. (PDF, 125247 bytes)
  • The Ontology of Artifacts. Philosophical Explorations, 7:99–111, 2004. (PDF, 124546 bytes)
  • Belief Ascription and the Illusion of Depth. Facta Philosophica, 5:183–201, 2003. (PDF, 1054929 bytes)
  • Why Christians Should Not Be Libertarians: An Augustinian Challenge. Faith and Philosophy, 20:460–78, 2003. (PDF, 2002454 bytes)
  • Attitudes in Action. Manuscrito: Revista Internacional de Filosofia, 25:47–78, 2002. (PDF, 252345 bytes)
  • Brief Reply to Rosenkrantz's Comments. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 65:394–96, 2002. (PDF, 59510 bytes)
  • Comment on Hubert L. Dreyfus, `Intelligence Without Representation'. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 1:411–12, 2002. (PDF, 108174 bytes)
  • On Making Things Up: Constitution and Its Critics. Philosophical Topics: Identity and Individuation, 30:31–52, 2002. (PDF, 1143618 bytes)
  • The Ontological Status of Persons. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 65:370–88, 2002. (PDF, 155773 bytes)
  • Précis of Persons and Bodies. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 64:593–98, 2002. Book Symposium on Persons and Bodies. (PDF, 365013 bytes)
  • Replies to Derk Pereboom, Michael Rea, and Dean Zimmerman. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 64:623–35, 2002. Book Symposium on Persons and Bodies. (PDF, 708936 bytes)
  • Conscious and Unconscious Intentionality in Practical Realism. MeQRiMa: Rivista di Analisi del Testo Letterario e Figurativo, 5:130–35, 2002. Translated into Italian as ``Intenzionalità conscia ed inconscia'' by Rita Mascialino. (PDF, 264425 bytes)
  • Material Persons and the Doctrine of Resurrection. Faith and Philosophy, 18:151–67, 2001. (PDF, 2126044 bytes)
  • Philosophy in Mediis Rebus. Metaphilosophy, 32:378–94, 2001. (PDF, 127729 bytes)
  • Reply to Jackson, II. Philosophical Explorations, 3:196–98, 2000. (PDF, 653095 bytes)
  • What Am I? Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 59:151–59, 1999. (PDF, 197745 bytes)
  • What is This Thing Called `Commonsense Psychology'? Philosophical Explorations, 2:3–19, 1999. (PDF, 1264609 bytes)
  • The First-Person Perspective: A Test for Naturalism. American Philosophical Quarterly, 35:327–48, 1998. (PDF, 2785219 bytes)
  • Why Constitution is Not Identity. Journal of Philosophy, 94:599–621, 1997. (PDF, 668422 bytes)
  • Science and the Attitudes: A Reply to Sanford. Behavior and Philosophy, 24:187–89, 1996. (PDF, 175265 bytes)
  • Need a Christian be a Mind-Body Dualist? Faith and Philosophy, 12:489–504, 1995. (PDF, 1774650 bytes)
  • Attitudes as Nonentities. Philosophical Studies, 76:175–203, 1994. Reprinted in The Philosopher's Annual, Vol. 17, Patrick Grim et al., eds. (Atascadero CA: Ridgeview Publishing Co., 1996): 33-62. (PDF, 1533738 bytes)
  • Content Meets Consciousness. Philosophical Topics, 22:1–22, 1994. (PDF, 1309299 bytes)
  • Reply to van Gulick. Philosophical Studies, 76:217–21, 1994. (PDF, 241611 bytes)
  • Eliminativism and an Argument from Science. Mind and Language, 8:180–88, 1993. (PDF, 481243 bytes)
  • Dretske on the Explanatory Role of Belief. Philosophical Studies, 63:99–111, 1991. (PDF, 622392 bytes)
  • Reply to Johnson. Behavior and Philosophy, 18:67–68, 1990.
  • Seeming to See Red. Philosophical Studies, 58:121–28, 1990. (PDF, 376940 bytes)
  • Instrumental Intentionality. Philosophy of Science, 56:303–16, 1989. (PDF, 310735 bytes)
  • Recent Work in the Philosophy of Mind. Philosophical Books, 30:1–10, 1989. (PDF, 1311896 bytes)
  • Truth in Context. Philosophical Psychology, 2:85–94, 1989. (PDF, 648835 bytes)
  • Content by Courtesy. The Journal of Philosophy, 84:197–213, 1987. (PDF, 341850 bytes)
  • A Farewell to Functionalism. Philosophical Studies, 48:1–13, 1985. (PDF, 652564 bytes)
  • Was Leibniz Entitled to Possible Worlds? Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 15:57–74, 1985. (PDF, 737563 bytes)
  • On the Very Idea of a Form of Life. Inquiry, 27:277–89, 1984. (PDF, 863272 bytes)
  • De Re Belief in Action. The Philosophical Review, 91:363–87, 1982. (PDF, 428677 bytes)
  • Underprivileged Access. Noûs, 16:227–41, 1982. (PDF, 262481 bytes)
  • On Making and Attributing Demonstrative Reference. Synthese, 49:245–73, 1981. (PDF, 1338421 bytes)
  • Why Computers Can't Act. American Philosophical Quarterly, 18:157–63, 1981. (PDF, 1082976 bytes)
  • First Person Aspects of Agency. SISTM Quarterly, 2:10–16, 1979. Renamed Journal of Cognitive Science. (PDF, 929600 bytes)
  • Indexical Reference and De Re Belief. Philosophical Studies, 36:317–27, 1979. Jan David Wald, co-author. (PDF, 475522 bytes)
  • On the Mind-Dependence of Temporal Becoming. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 39:341–57, 1979. (PDF, 377407 bytes)
  • Temporal Becoming: The Argument from Physics. Philosophical Forum, 6:218–36, 1974. 1974–75. (PDF, 1089730 bytes)

Book Chapters:
57 references, last updated Sun Sep 21 21:51:11 2014

  • Animalism and Constitutionalism. In Stephan Blatti and Paul Snowdon, editors, Essays on Animalism. Oxford University Press, Oxford, forthcoming.
  • Must Anselm Be Interpreted as a Meinongian. In John Christopher Adorno Keller, editor, Themes from Peter van Inwagen: God, Freedom and Ontology. Oxford University Press, Oxford, forthcoming.
  • The First-Person Perspective and its Relation to Natural Science. In Matthew Haug, editor, Philosophical Methods, pages 318–334. Routledge, London, 2014.
  • Christianity and the Extended-Mind Thesis. In James Stump and Alan Padgett, editors, The Blackwell Companion to Christianity and Science, pages 491–499. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. (PDF, 118812 bytes)
  • Ontology and Ordinary Objects. In Winfried Loeffler, Christian Kanzian, and Joseph Quitterer, editors, The Way Things Are: Studies in Ontology, pages 167–180. Ontos, Frankfurt, 2012. (PDF, 165443 bytes)
  • Personal Identity: A Not-So-Simple Simple View. In Matthias Stefan, editor, Personal Identity: Simple or Complex, pages 179–191. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012.
  • Reason and Religion. In Cristina Amoretti and Nicla Vassalo, editors, Reason and Rationality, pages 129–148. Ontos Verlag, Frankfurt, 2012. (PDF, 181299 bytes)
  • Farsi translations of “Christians Should Reject Mind-Body Dualism,” "Death and the Afterlife," and "Material Person and the Doctrine of Resurrection". In Yasser Pouresmail, editor, Christianity and the Mind-Body Problem (A Collection of Papers). Publications of Islamic Sciences and Culture Academy, Qom, Iran, 2011.
  • How to Have Self-Directed Attitudes. In Hans Bernhard Schmid, Anita Konzelmann Ziv, and Juliette Gloor, editors, Self-Evaluation: Individual and Collective. Springer Publishing, 2011. (PDF, 125304 bytes)
  • Materialismo no Reductivista. In Tagle Marroquin Jorge Rolando, editor, El Debate Sobre la Causación Mental. Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (UAA), Aguascalientes, México, 2011.
  • The Ontological Significance of Artefacts (to be reprinted in Russian). In Olga Soliarova, editor, Ontologies of Artefacts. Moscow: Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Delo, 2011. (PDF, 141141 bytes)
  • Lynne Rudder Baker. In Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen, editor, Metaphysics: 5 Questions, pages 1–10. Automatic Press, VIP, 2010. (PDF, 95182 bytes)
  • Personen und die Metaphysik der Auferstehung. In Godehard Brüntrup, Matthias Rugel, and Maria Schwartz, editors, Auferstehung des Leibes – Unsterblichkeit der Seele, pages 189–208. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart, 2010. Originally published in emp Religious Studies.
  • Temporal Reality. In Michael O'Rourke, Joseph Campbell, and Harry Silverstein, editors, Time and Identity: Topics in Contemporary Philosophy, volume 6, pages 27–47. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2010. (PDF, 153982 bytes)
  • Identity Across Time: A Defense of Three-Dimensionalism. In Benedikt Schick and Edmund Runggaldier, editors, Unity and Time as Problem Across Metaphysics, pages 1–14. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 2009. (PDF, 133262 bytes)
  • Lynne Rudder Baker. In Patrick Grim, editor, Mind and Consciousness: 5 Questions, pages 1–10. Automatic Press VIP, 2009. (PDF, 86798 bytes)
  • Nonreductive Materialism. In Brian McLaughlin and Ansgar Beckermann, editors, The Oxford Handbook for the Philosophy of Mind, pages 109–120. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2009. (PDF, 172421 bytes)
  • Persons and the Metaphysics of Resurrection. In Kevin Tempe, editor, Arguing About Religion, pages 448–460. Routledge Publishing Company, 2009. Originally published in Religious Studies.
  • The Second-Person Account of the Problem of Evil. In Kevin Timpe, editor, Metaphysics and God: Essays in Honor of Eleonore Stump, pages 157–174. Routledge, New York, 2009. (PDF, 141097 bytes)
  • When Does A Person Begin? In John Lizza, editor, Persons at the Beginning and End of Life: Readings in Personal Identity. The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 2009. Forthcoming. Originally published in Social Philosophy and Policy.
  • Tätigsein und die Erste-Person-Perspektive. In Bruno Niederbacher and Edmund Runggaldier, editors, Was Sind Menschliche Personen?, pages 55–78. Ontos Verlag, Frankfurt, 2008.
  • Instrumentalism: Back from the Brink? In H. Vahid and M. Zakeri, editors, Mind-Body Problem. Academy of Islamic Sciences and Culture Publications, Qom, Iran, 2007. Farsi translation of ch. 7 of Saving Belief. Yasser Pouresmail, trans.
  • Naturalism and the First-Person Perspective. In Georg Gasser, editor, How Successful is Naturalism? Publications of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society, pages 203–26. Ontos-Verlag, Frankfurt, 2007. (PDF, 131828 bytes)
  • Persons and Other Things. In Arto Laitinen and Heikki Ikaheimo, editors, Dimensions of Personhood, pages 17–36. Imprint Academic, Charlottesville, VA, 2007.
  • Persons and the Natural Order. In Dean Zimmerman and Peter van Inwagen, editors, Persons: Human and Divine, pages 261–78. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2007. (PDF, 139723 bytes)
  • Death and the Afterlife. In The Oxford Handbook for the Philosophy of Religion, pages 366–91. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005. (PDF, 4603763 bytes)
  • Interpretação na acção: Uma análise preliminar. In Fernando M ao de Ferro, editor, A Explicação da Interpretação Humana, pages 117–30. Edições Colibri, Lisboa, 2005. Translation of Interpretation in Action: A Preliminary Inquiry. (PDF, 1790602 bytes)
  • When Does a Person Begin? In Ellen Frankel Paul, Fred D. Miller, Jr, and Jeffrey Paul, editors, Personal Identity, pages 25–48. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2005. Reprinted from Social Philosophy and Policy 22 (2005):25-48. (PDF, 125247 bytes)
  • Cognitive Suicide. In John Heil, editor, Philosophy of Mind: A Guide and Anthology, pages 401–13. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004. Reprinted from Saving Belief: A Critique of Physicalism, Ch. 7. (PDF, 1160165 bytes)
  • On Being One's Own Person. In Maureen Sie, Bert van Den Brink, and Marc Slors, editors, Reasons of One's Own, pages 129–49. Ashgate Publishing Limitied, Hampshire, England, 2004. (PDF, 1937117 bytes)
  • Reply to Zimmerman's `Should a Christian Be a Mind/Body Dualist? — YES'. In Michael Peterson, editor, Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Religion, pages 341–43. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, 2004. (PDF, 33938 bytes)
  • Should a Christian Be a Mind-Body Dualist? — NO. In Michael Peterson, editor, Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Religion, pages 327–37. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford, 2004. (PDF, 100325 bytes)
  • The Difference that Self-Consciousness Makes. In Klaus Petrus, editor, On Human Persons, pages 23–39. Ontos-Verlag, Frankfurt/London, 2003. (PDF, 130898 bytes)
  • First-Person Knowledge. In Anthony J. Sanford, editor, The Nature and Limits of Human Understanding: The Gifford Lectures, pages 165–84. T. and T. Clark, London, 2003. (PDF, 2931909 bytes)
  • Third-person understanding. In Anthony J. Sanford, editor, The Nature and Limits of Human Understanding: The Gifford Lectures, pages 185–208. T. and T. Clark, London, 2003. (PDF, 3114453 bytes)
  • Are Beliefs Brain States? In Anthonie Meijers, editor, Explaining Beliefs: Lynne Rudder Baker and her Critics, pages 17–38. CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2001. (PDF, 126084 bytes)
  • Materialism with a Human Face. In Kevin Corcoran, editor, Body, Soul and Survival, pages 159–80. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 2001. (PDF, 2661553 bytes)
  • Practical Realism Defended: Replies to Critics. In Anthonie Meijers, editor, Explaining Beliefs: Lynne Rudder Baker and her Critics, pages 183–218. CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2001. (PDF, 230342 bytes)
  • Précis and replies to Brian Garrett, Harold Noonan, Eric Olson. In Marco Nani, editor, A Field Guide to the Philosophy of Mind. University of Rome III, 2001. Book Symposium on Persons and Bodies: A Constitution View.
  • Die Perspektive der Ersten Person: ein Test fuer den Naturalismus. In Geert Keil and Herbert Schnaedelbach, editors, Naturalismus. Philosophische Beitraege, pages 250–72. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt-am-Main, 2000. (PDF, 2327317 bytes)
  • What Am I? In Bernard Elevitch, editor, Philosophy of Mind, pages 185–94. Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green, 2000. (PDF, 197745 bytes)
  • Folk Psychology. In Rob Wilson and Frank Keil, editors, MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, pages 319–20. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1999. (PDF, 29349 bytes)
  • Unity without Identity: A New Look at Material Constitution. In Peter A. French and Howard K. Wettstein, editors, New Directions in Philosophy: Midwest Studies in Philosophy 23, pages 144–65. Blackwell Publishers, Malden, MA, 1999. (PDF, 155797 bytes)
  • What We Do: A Nonreductive Approach to Human Action. In Jan Bransen and Stefaan Cuypers, editors, Human Action, Deliberation and Causation: Philosophical Studies Series 77, pages 249–69. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Holland, 1998. (PDF, 3379839 bytes)
  • Persons in Metaphysical Perspective. In Lewis E. Hahn, editor, The Philosophy of Roderick M. Chisholm (The Library of Living Philosophers), pages 433–53. Open Court Publishing Co., LaSalle, Ill, 1997. (PDF, 2787213 bytes)
  • Functionalism. In Robert Audi, editor, Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy. Cambridge University Press, New York, 1995. (PDF, 193146 bytes)
  • Content and Context. In James E. Tomberlin, editor, Philosophical Perspectives 8: Logic and Language, pages 17–32. Ridgeview Publishing Co, Altacasdero, CA, 1994. (PDF, 347151 bytes)
  • Instrumental Intentionality. In Stephen P. Stich and Ted Warfield, editors, Mental Representations: A Reader, pages 332–44. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1994. Reprinted from Philosophy of Science 56 (1989). (PDF, 310735 bytes)
  • Propositional Atitudes. In Samuel Guttenplan, editor, A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind, pages 488–93. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1994. (PDF, 539738 bytes)
  • Metaphysics and Mental Causation. In John Heil and Albert Mele, editors, Mental Causation, pages 75–95. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1993. (PDF, 1107178 bytes)
  • What Beliefs Are Not. In Stephen Wagner and Richard Warner, editors, Naturalism: A Critical Appraisal. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN, 1993. (PDF, 2920112 bytes)
  • Has Content Been Naturalized? In Barry Loewer and Georges Rey, editors, Meaning in Mind: Fodor and his Critics, pages 17–32. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1991. (PDF, 1302523 bytes)
  • On a Causal Theory of Content. In James E. Tomberlin, editor, Philosophical Perspectives 3: Philosophy of Mind and Action Theory, pages 166–86. Ridgeview Publishing Co., Altascadero, CA, 1989. (PDF, 375576 bytes)
  • Cognitive Suicide. In Robert H.Grimm and Daniel D. Merrill, editors, Contents of Thought (Proceedings of the 1985 Oberlin Colloquium), pages 1–18. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1988. (PDF, 2192150 bytes)
  • A Farewell to Functionalism. In Stuart Silvers, editor, Re-Representations: Readings in the Philosophy of Mental Representation. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988. Reprinted from Philosophical Studies 48 (1985). (PDF, 652564 bytes)
  • Reply to Charles Chastain. In Robert H.Grimm and Daniel D. Merrill, editors, Contents of Thought (Proceedings of the 1985 Oberlin Colloquium), pages 26–30. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1988. (PDF, 2192150 bytes)
  • Just What Do We Have in Mind? In Peter A. French, Theodore E. Uehling, Jr., and Howard K. Wettstein, editors, Studies in the Philosophy of Mind (Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 10), pages 25–48. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1986. (PDF, 1535651 bytes)

Reviews:
18 references, last updated Sun Sep 21 21:51:12 2014

  • Review of ''The Self: Naturalism, Consciousness and the First-Person Stance" by Jonardon Ganeri. Review of Metaphysics, 67(1):160–162, 2013.
  • Review of ''Unity of Consciousness" by Tim Bayne. Times Literary Supplement, (24), 2011. (PDF, 46121 bytes)
  • Review of ''Saving God: Religion After Idolatry" by Mark Johnston. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2009.10.06, October 2009. (PDF, 305912 bytes)
  • Review of ''What Are We? A Study in Personal Ontology" by Eric T. Olson. Mind, 117:1120–1122, 2008. (PDF, 68605 bytes)
  • Review of ''Bodies and Souls, or Spirited Bodies?" by Nancey Murphy. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2006.08.03, August 2006. (PDF, 256444 bytes)
  • Review of ''Anti-Individualism and Knowledge" by Jessica Brown. Times Literary Supplement, 5336:26, 2005. (PDF, 18665 bytes)
  • Review of ''A Materialist Metaphysics of the Human Person" by Hud Hudson. Mind, 112:148–51, 2003. (PDF, 59603 bytes)
  • Review of ''Objects and Persons" by Trenton Merricks. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 81:97–98, 2003. (PDF, 289700 bytes)
  • Review of ''The Emergent Self" by William Hasker. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 65:734–36, 2002. (PDF, 422196 bytes)
  • Review of ''The Body in Mind" by Mark Rowlands. Mind, 109:434–37, 2000. (PDF, 247768 bytes)
  • Review of ''Having Thought: Essays in the Metaphysics of Mind" by John Haugeland. Philosophy of Science, 66:494–95, 1999. (PDF, 59194 bytes)
  • Review of ''The Nature of True Minds" by John Heil. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 55:475–78, 1995. (PDF, 92785 bytes)
  • Review of ''A Neurocomputational Perspective: The Nature of Mind and the Structure of Science" by Paul M. Churchland. The Philosophical Review, 101:906–08, 1992. (PDF, 63526 bytes)
  • Review of ''Consciousness Explained" by Daniel C. Dennett. The Review of Metaphysics, pages 398–99, 1992. (PDF, 147654 bytes)
  • Review of ''Judgement and Justification" by William G. Lycan. The Philosophical Review, 100:481–84, 1991. (PDF, 79012 bytes)
  • Review of ''Understanding Wittgenstein: Studies of Philosophical Investigations" by J.M.F. Hunter. Canadian Philosophical Reviews, 6:69–71, 1986. (PDF, 221364 bytes)
  • Review of ''Thought and Object: Essays on Intentionality" Andrew Woodfield, ed. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, pages 137–42, 1984. (PDF, 123617 bytes)
  • Review of ''Consciousness and the Brain: A Scientific and Philosophical Inquiry". Neuropsychologia, 16, 1978. Michael Woodruff, co-author. (PDF, 383124 bytes)

Addresses and publications for general audiences:
8 references, last updated Sun Sep 21 21:51:13 2014

  • Our Place in Nature: Material Persons and Theism. Public Lecture, University of Birmingham, March 15, 2013.
  • When Do Persons Begin and End? Century Club (Springfield, MA), February 5 2007. (PDF, 112886 bytes)
  • Are Embryos Persons? UMass Magazine, Spring 2006. (PDF, 348608 bytes)
  • Persons and the Natural Order. UMass Undergraduate Philosophy Club, November 10 2005.
  • When Do Persons Begin and End? Distinguished Faculty Lecture, December 5 2005. (PDF, 112886 bytes)
  • Collisions in Education: A View from the Trenches. Kraemer Lecture, University of Arkansas, April 2002. Unpublished lecture. (PDF, 116788 bytes)
  • God and Science in the Public Schools. Journal for Philosophic Exchange, 30:53–69, 2000. (PDF, 4621229 bytes)
  • Should the Humanities Be Saved? UMass Magazine, Winter 1999.