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Varieties of Algorithmic Bias

Philosophical Studies.

Topics:
  • AI
  • Algorithmic Biases
  • Neural Basis of Perception

Bottom-up Biases in AI and Vision

Philosophical Studies.

Topics:
  • AI
  • Algorithmic Biases
  • Implicit Bias
  • Neural Basis of Perception

Capacities First

Replies to M.G.F. Martin, Casey O’Callaghan, and Michael Rescorla as part of a symposium on The Unity of Perception. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2020.

Topics:
  • Consciousness
  • Content
  • Evidence
  • Perceptual Capacities

The Generality and Particularity of Perception

Replies to Christopher Hill, Nico Orlandi, and Ram Neta as part of a symposium on The Unity of Perception. Mind & Language, 2020.

Topics:
  • Consciousness
  • Content
  • Evidence
  • Perceptual Capacities

In Defense of Perceptual Content

Philosophical Perspectives, 31 (1): 409-447. (2017) Invited.

Topics:
  • Content
  • Gappy Content
  • Perceptual Capacities
  • Relationalism
  • Representationalism
  • Singular Modes of Presentation

The Origins of Perceptual Knowledge

Episteme, 14 (3): 311-328. (2017) Invited

Topics:
  • Capacities
  • Factive Evidence
  • Gettier Cases
  • No Belief Condition on Knowledge
  • Perceptual Knowledge
  • Sufficient Evidence Condition on Knowledge

Perceptual Particularity

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 93 (1): 25-54. (2016)

Topics:
  • De Re Modes of Presentation
  • Perceptual Consciousness
  • Perceptual Particularity
  • Singular Content

De Se Content and De Hinc Content

Analysis, 76 (3): 334-345. (2016) With a response by Christopher Peacocke. Invited.

Topics:
  • Egocentric Frames of Reference
  • Self-Consciousness
  • Self-Location
  • Self-Representation

Experience and Evidence

Mind, 122 (487): 699-747. (2013)

★Abridged version reprinted as “Experience and Evidence Abridged”Traditional Epistemic Internalism, M. Bergmann and B. Coppenger (eds.), Oxford University Press.

Topics:
  • Metaphysical Primacy of Good Case over Bad Case
  • Perceptual Capacities
  • Perceptual Evidence

Perceptual Content and Relations

Philosophical Studies, selected papers of the Pacific APA 2012, 163 (1): 49-55. (2013) With a response by Bill Fish.

Topics:
  • Fregean Gappy Content
  • Naive Realism
  • Relationalism
  • Representationalism
  • Singular Content

Sameness of Fregean Sense

Synthese, special volume edited by R. Briggs, 189 (1): 163-175. (2012) Invited.

Topics:
  • Individuation of Fregean Senses
  • Modes of Presentation
  • Rationality

Perceptual Content Defended

Noûs, 45 (4): 714-750.  (2011)

★Reprinted in Spanish translation as “Una Defensa del Contenido Perceptual”, Experiencia perceptive: Representaxión y Contenido, A Peláez (ed.), translation by E Berumen Covarrubias.

Topics:
  • Fregean Gappy Content
  • Naive Realism
  • Representationalism
  • Singular Content

Begriff, Gehalt, Folgerung

Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 48 (5): 780-789. (2000)

Topics:
  • Concepts
  • Content
  • Inferences
  • Inferential Role Semantics

Book Chapters

Perceptual Capacities

Perception, Cognition, and Aesthetics, ed. S. Gouveia, D. Shottenkirk, London: Routledge, 2019, pp. 137-169.

Fregean Particularism

Unstructured Content, ed. A. Egan, D. Kindermann, and P. van Elswyck, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Bayesian Liberalism

Epistemology after Sextus Empiricus, ed. J. Vlastis and K. Vogt, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, pp. 75-88.

Co-authored with M. Feeney

Topics:
  • Bayesianism
  • Credences
  • Introspection

Perceptual Capacities, Knowledge, and Gettier Cases

Explaining Knowledge: New Essays on the Gettier Problem, ed. R. Borges, C. de Almeida, and P. Klein, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. 74-95.

Topics:
  • Capacities
  • Factive Evidence
  • Gettier Cases
  • No Belief Condition on Knowledge
  • Perceptual Knowledge
  • Sufficient Evidence Condition on Knowledge

Perceptual Experience and the Capacity to Act

Perception, Action, and Consciousness, ed. N. Gangopadhay, M. Madary, and F. Spicer, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 145-159.

Topics:
  • Egocentric and Allocentric Frames of Reference
  • Perspective
  • Space
  • Spatial Perception

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