Here you can find my publications, my dissertation, and some book reviews. For a more detailed overview of my academic and related activities, see my CV.
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- The Limits of Humeanism. European Journal for Philosophy of Science.
- Together with C.W.M. Naastepad: Robots and Us: Towards an Economics of the ‘Good Life’. Review of Social Economy.
- Why Intentions? Ratio 31(S1): 51–64.
- De eenheid van een gedachte. Over de samenhang van logica en metafysica. ANTW 109(1): 145–60. (In Dutch)
- Two Fundamentally Different Perspectives on Time. Axiomathes 27(3): 295–320. (You can read the full text here.)
- A Seeming Problem for Higher-Order Theories of Consciousness. Dialogue 55(3): 449–65.
- Defining Original Presentism. Kriterion 30(2): 29–60.
- A Vital Challenge to Materialism. Philosophy 91(2): 153–82. Winning essay of the 2015 Philosophy Essay Prize Contest.
- The Essentialist Inference. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 91(4): 755–69.
- What Generates the Realism/Anti-Realism Dichotomy?. Philosophica 84: 49–80.
2018: Review of Sebastian Rödl: Self-Consciousness and Objectivity. Ethical Perspectives 25(1): 165-70. Together with Niels van Miltenburg and Dawa Ometto.
2015: Review of Josh Weisberg: Consciousness. Ethical Perspectives 22(4): 740-3.
2015: Review of Michael Bratman: Shared Agency. Ethical Perspectives 22(2): 336-41.
2014: Conceptual Realism. The Structure of Metaphysical Thought. Cum laude defended on June 18, 2014.
2010: Summing Things Up. What Can Mereology Teach Us About Reality?