Games: Agency as Art (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).
This book grew from the seed of:
“Games and the art of agency” (Philosophical Review, forthcoming),
Monuments as Commitments: How Groups Deliberate with Art (Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, forthcoming).
Cultural Appropriation and the Intimacy of Groups, with Matt Strohl (Philosophical Studies, 176 (4), 2019: 981-1002).
The Uses of Aesthetic Testimony (British Journal of Aesthetics 51 (1), 2017: 19-36).
Echo Chambers and Epistemic Bubbles (Episteme, 2018).
Cognitive Islands and Runaway Echo Chambers (Synthese, 2018).
Escape the Echo Chamber (Aeon Magazine, 2018)
Expertise and the Fragmentation of Intellectual Autonomy (Philosophical Inquiries, 6 (2) 2018: 107-124).
“From Disagreement to Humility” (Wright and Snow (eds.), Humility: It’s Nature and Function. OUP. Forthcoming).
Autonomy, Understanding, and Moral Disagreement (Philosophical Topics 38 (2), 2010: 111-29).
An Ethics of Uncertainty (PhD Dissertation, 2011).
Philosophy of Games
Philosophy of Games (Philosophy Compass, 12 (8), 2017)
Competition as Cooperation (Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 44 (1), 2017: 123-37)
“Games and the Moral Transformation of Violence” (in The Aesthetics of Videogames, ed. Tavinor and Robson. Routledge. 2018: 181-197)
The Forms and Fluidity of Game Play (in Suits and Games, ed. Hurka. OUP. Forthcoming)
Good Violence, Bad Violence: The Ethics of Competition in Multiplayer Games, with Jose Zagal (DiGRA/FDG ’16 – Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG)
The Aesthetics of Rock Climbing (Philosopher’s Magazine, 78, 2017: 37-43)
An Aesthetics of Games (American Society of Aesthetics Newsletter 34 (1), 2016)
Algorithmic Satire (AFB).