The Attitudes We Can Have.The Philosophical Review. I present a fundamental contrast between doxastic and non-doxastic attitudes, and a theory of both that makes sense of puzzling ways we can and can't have them.
Policy Externalism. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. Part philosophy of language on attitude ascriptions (conditional and not), and part normative philosophy defending an externalism about non-doxastic attitudes.
Works in Progress and/or Under Review (Comments very welcome!) Paper on epistemic requirements and their proper form. I argue that a lot of counterexamples to prima facie plausible epistemic requirements to form particular beliefs no longer work if we think more carefully about the proper form any diachronic epistemic requirement ought to take. Paper on discourse ethics. I investigate what ethical restrictions on how we can rationally persuade another person there might be, and where they might come from. Paper on reasoning. I argue that we can reason to any of the following changes in attitude: new (degrees of) belief, abandoning beliefs, new non-doxastic attitudes like relief and admiration, the abandonment of the same, and new states of "attitudinal constraint acceptance". Then I solve some problems in the area, some old and some new. Paper on conditional speech acts. I look at conditional speech acts, e.g., conditional assertions, commands, vows, etc., and explain where they come from and why there are no conditional assertions. And also you can see my research statement.