Here are my published papers:

‘AI for all’ is a matter of social justice (2022, AI & Ethics)

Phenomenology: What’s AI got to do with it? (2022, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences)

– co-authored with Alison Springle

Perceptual Science and the Nature of Perception (2022, Theoria)

Reconsidering Perceptual Constancy (2022, Philosophical Psychology) – co-authored with Tony Chemero

The Problem of perceptual invariance (2021, Synthese)

Olympians and Vampires – Talent, practice, and why most of us ‘don’t get it’ (2020, Argumenta)

Enactivism and the ‘problem’ of Perceptual Presence (2020, Synthese)

Naturalizing Qualia (2017, Phenomenology and Mind)


These other articles are currently forthcoming or in progress (drafts available upon request):

  • Diagnosing machine learning for computer vision’s difficulties with object invariance 
  • The ‘relational constructs’ of gloss and timbre (with Mazviita Chirimuuta)
  • Practical perceptual representations (with Alison Springle)


A few ongoing interdisciplinary projects I am involved in (email me if you’d like to know more!):

  • Machine Learning, Reasons, and Trust (with Uri Maoz & Erik Linstead)
  • Initiating Movement Unconsciously (with Tomáš Dominik, Liad Mudrik, Aaron Schurger, and Uri Maoz)
  • “Tip of the Mind”: looking for a perceptual analog of the “tip of the tongue” state (with Aaron Schurger and Janet Metcalfe)
  • Towards a truly interdisciplinary ‘science of the mind’ (with Liad Mudrik and Uri Maoz)
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