• "Epistemic Responsibility and Criminal Negligence", Criminal Law and Philosophy 14 (2020), pp. 91–111. (penultimate draft) (published version)


  • "There is No (Sui Generis) Norm of Assertion", Philosophy 95:3 (2020), pp. 337-362. (penultimate draft) (published version)


  • "Should I Believe All the Truths?", Synthese 197 (2020), pp. 3279–3303. (penultimate draft) (published version)


  • "Constitutive about Epistemic Normativity" (with Christopher Cowie), for Metaepistemology: Realism and Anti-Realism, Palgrave MacMillan (2018), pp. 173-196. (penultimate draft)


  • "Is the Norm on Belief Evaluative? A Response to McHugh" (with Christopher Cowie), Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 98:S1 (2017), pp. 128-145. (penultimate draft) (published version)



  • "Why Criminal Responsibility for Negligence Cannot be Indirect", forthcoming in the Cambridge Law Journal. (penultimate draft)


  • "Concept Empiricisms, Ancient and Modern". This will be a chapter for The Aristotelian Tradition: Cognition and Conceptualization, edited by Christina Thomsen-Thörnqvist and Juhana Toivanen. (penultimate draft)


  • Review of Philosophy of Action from Suarez to Anscombe, Constantine Sandis (ed.), Routledge, 2018 (with Lucy Campbell), in Metapsychology Online 23:35 (2019). (published version)

Work in Progress

Please email for drafts

  • "Against Tracing Theories of Criminal Negligence"

  • "The Justification/Excuse Distinction in Ethics, Law, and Epistemology"

  • "The Double Effect: How to Test for Intention and Foresight"