books + edited volumes


1. propelled toward the good life (under contract). new york: oxford university press (expected publication: 2019) 

2. consciousness and physicalism (co-authored with g. dove). new york: routledge, 2018.

edited books and journal issues

3. “the character of physicalism.” special issue of topoi, 2017. 

2. philosophy of mind and phenomenology (co-edited with d. dahlstrom and w. hopp), new york: routledge, 2015. 

1. the phenomenology and science of emotions.” special Issue of phenomenology and the cognitive sciences, 2015. (guest co-editor with l. freeman)



articles + book chapters

29. “On Affect: Function and Phenomenology.” Humana.Mente, in press.

28. "the bored mind is a guiding mind." phenomenology and the cognitive sciences, doi:10.1007/s11097-017-9515-1.

27. "the good of boredom.philosophical psychology, 31 (3): 323-351, 2018.

26. "boredom in art." behavioral and brain sciences, 40 doi:10.1017/S0140525X17001674, e359. ** commentary

25. "emotions in early sartre: the primacy of frustration." midwest studies in philosophy, XLI: 241-259, 2018.

24. “Fear, Anxiety, and Boredom” (with L. Freeman). In The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotions, edited by T. Szanto & H. Landweer. New York: Routledge. Expected publication late 2018 

23. “Is Profound Boredom Boredom?” (with L. Freeman). In Heidegger on Affect, edited by C. Hadjioannou. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

22. "the moral dimensions of boredom: a call for research." Review of General Psychology, 21 (1): 30-48, 2017.

21. “introduction: the character of physicalism.” topoi, 2017. doi: 10.1007/s11245-017-9488-2 ** a 19,000-word critical review of the literature on the metaphysics of physicalism

20. "embodied conceivability: how to keep the phenomenal concept strategy grounded" (with g. dove). mind & language, 31 (5): 580-611, 2016.  

19. “horror, fear, and the sartrean account of emotions." the southern journal of philosophy, 54(2): 209-225, 2016. 

18. “seeing the impossible.” the journal of aesthetics and art criticism, 74 (1): 11-21, 2016. 

17. "a posteriori physicalism and introspection.“ Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 97(4): 474-500, 2016. 

16. "the bright side of boredom." frontiers in psychology, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01245.

15. "the embodied and social dimensions of free will: the value of phenomenology." ajob, neuroscience 6(2): 1-2, 2015. 

14. “phenomenal concepts.” in oxford bibliographies in philosophy, edited by d. pritchard. new york: oxford university press, 2015. 

13. “affectivity in heidegger ii: temporality, boredom, and beyond” (with l. freeman). philosophy compass. 

12. “affectivity in heidegger i: moods and emotions in being and time” (with l. freeman). philosophy compass, 1-11, 2015. 

11. “the significance of boredom.” in philosophy of mind and phenomenology, edited by. d. dahlstrom, a. elpidorou, and w. hopp (pp. 268 – 283). new york: routledge, 2015. 

10. “introduction” (with d. dahlstrom and w. hopp). in philosophy of mind and phenomenology, edited by. d. dahlstrom, a. elpidorou, and w. hopp. new york: routledge, 2015

9. the phenomenology and science of emotions: an introduction” (with l. freeman). phenomenology and the cognitive sciences, 13 (4): 507-11, 2014. 

8. blocking the a priori passage.” acta analytica 29 (3): 285 – 307, 2014.

7. “reasoning about the mark of the cognitive: a response to adams and garrison.” minds and machines, 24: 201- 211, 2014. 

6. “having it both ways: consciousness unique, but not otherworldly.philosophia, 41 (4): 1181 – 1203, 2013. 

5. “moods and appraisals: how the phenomenology and science of emotions can come together.” human studies, 36 (4): 565-591, 2013. 

4. “the ‘new mind revisited’ or minding the vehicle/content distinction: a response to manzotti and pepperell.” ai & society, 28 (4): 461-466, 2013.

3. are phenomenal concepts perspectival?” southwest philosophy review, 28 (1): 43-53, 2012. 

2. “where’s my mind?” avant. the journal of philosophical-interdisciplinary vanguard, 3, 2012 (1) (also published in polish as: “gdzie jest mój umysł?” in avant, 3). 

1. “imagination in non-representational painting.” in reading sartre: on phenomenology and existentialism, edited by j. webber (pp. 15-30). london: routledge, 2012. 



works in progress



edited volume

1. neglected emotions. 

special issue of The monistpublication date: april 2020.


articles and book chapters

4. “part-whole physicalism: the neglected ontological significance of the third logical investigation”

3. “Hempel’s Revenge” (with G. Dove)

2. "boredom: one or many?"

1. “The Philosophy of Boredom.” To appear in Oxford Bibliographies in Philosophy.



reviews + conference proceedings

9. “Christopher Hill’s Meaning, Mind, and Knowledge.” The Philosophical Review, 127 (2): 264-268..

8. “ted honderich: actual consciousness.” Analysis, 75(4): 682-684. [download]

7. “istvan aranyosi: the peripheral mind.” notre dame philosophical reviews,2015. [download]

6. “the oxford handbook of contemporary phenomenology (ed. d. zahavi).”notre dame philosophical reviews, 2013. [download]

5. “mark rowlands: the new science of the mind.” philosophical psychology, 25 (5), 2012: 771-4. [download]

4. “robert d. rupert: cognitive systems and the extended mind.” minds and machines, 21 (1), 2011, 107-13. [download]

3. “alva noë: out of our heads.” minds and machines, 20 (1), 2010, 155-9. [download]

2. “the upsurge of spontaneity and the rise of an undivided subject: the role and place of merleau-ponty in the dreyfus-mcdowell debate.” in in/visibility: perspectives on inclusion and exclusion, ed. l. freeman. vienna: institut für die wissenschaften vom menschen junior visiting fellows’ conference. vol. xxiv, 2009. [download]

1. “in/visibility: perspectives on inclusion and exclusion: introduction” (with l. freeman). in in/visibility: perspectives on inclusion and exclusion, ed. l. freeman. vienna: institut für die wissenschaften vom menschen junior visiting fellows’ conference. vol. xxiv, 2009. [download]

popular writing

2.“Boredom’s push.” Oxford University Press Blog

1. “The Quiet Alarm.” Aeon Magazine.