PAPERS

1. ‘Mirroring, mindreading and behaviour-reading’ (forthcoming), Journal of Consciousness Studies.

2. ‘Finding meaning’ (2016) The Linguist 55: 22-24.

3.  ‘Exploding explicatures’ (2016). Mind and Language 31: 335-355.

4. ‘Local vs. global pragmatics: a reply to Simons’ (forthcoming). Inquiry.

5. ‘Applied philosophy of language’ (in  press, 2017) in The Blackwell Companion to Applied Philosophy, edited by K. Brownlee, K. Lippert-Ramussen, D. Coady. 180-195.

6. ‘From ape empathy to human morality?’ (2014). Analysis 74: 577-587

7.    ‘More questions for mirror neurons‘ (2013), Consciousness and Cognition 22: 1122-1131.

8.    ‘Semantics without pragmatics‘ (2012) in The Cambridge Handbook of Pragmatics, edited by K. Allen and K. Jaszczolt. Cambridge: CUP. 513-528.

9.    ‘Minimalism and the content of the lexicon’ (2010). In Meaning and Context, ed. L. Baptista and E. Rach. Bern: Peter Lang. 51-78.

10.    ‘The place of referential intentions in linguistic content’ (2009), Manuscrito 32: 85-122. Special edition on semantics/pragmatics.

11.    ‘Must a semantic minimalist be a semantic internalist?’ (2009), This is an electronic version of a paper published in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume LXXXIII: 31-51. Posting of the published paper on any other electronic public server may only be done with prior written permission from The Aristotelain Society.

12.    ‘Meaning and context: a survey of a contemporary debate’ (2009). In The Later Wittgenstein on Language, ed. D. Whiting. Palgrave. 96-113.

13.    ‘Minimal semantics and the nature of psychological evidence’ (2009). In New Waves in Philosophy of Language, ed. S. Sawyer. Palgrave. 24-409

14.    ‘Semantic minimalism’ (2009). In The Pragmatics Encyclopedia, ed. L. Cummings. Routledge. 423-5.

15.    ‘On three theories of implicature: Default Theory, Relevance and Minimalism’ (2009), International Review of Pragmatics 1: 1-21. This paper is to be reprinted in Meaning and Analysis: Themes from H. Paul Grice, ed. K. Petrus (Palgrave), and Pragmatics: Critical Concepts II, ed. A. Kasher (Routledge).

16.    ‘If mirror neurons are the answer, what was the question?‘ (2007), Journal of Consciousness Studies 14: 5-19.

17.    ‘Minimalism versus Contextualism in semantics’ (2007), in G. Preyer and G. Peter (eds) Context Sensitivity and Semantic Minimalism : Essays on Semantics and Pragmatics. 546-571. Reprinted in The Semantics-Pragmatics Boundary in Philosophy, M. Ezcurdia & R. Stainton (eds). Oxford: OUP.

18.    ‘Pragmatic determinants of what is said’ (2005), The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd edition. K. Brown (Editor in Chief). Oxford: Elsevier. 737-40.

19.    ‘Formal Semantics and Intentional States’ (2004), Analysis 64, 215-23.

20.   ‘Intention-based Semantics‘ (2005) in E. Lepore & B. Smith (eds) Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 250-267.

21.    ‘Saying What You Mean: unarticulated constituents and communication‘ (2005) in R. Elugardo & R. Stainton (eds) Ellipsis and Non-sentential Speech. Dordrecht: Kluwer. 237-262.

22.  ‘The Semantic Relevance of What is Said‘ (2002), Protosociology 17: Semantic theory and reported speech, 6-24.

23.   ‘Pointing at Jack, Talking About Jill: Understanding Deferred Uses of Demonstratives and Pronouns’ (2002), Mind and Language 17, 489-512.

24.    ‘Natural Language and Symbolic Logic’, co-authored with Prof. E. Lepore (2002) in The Blackwell Companion to Symbolic Logic, ed. D. Jacquette. Oxford: Blackwell. 86-102

25.    ‘An Expedition Abroad: Metaphor, Thought and Reporting‘ (2001) in P. French & H. Wettstein (eds) Midwest Studies in Philosophy XXV. Oxford: Blackwell. 227-248.

26.   ‘Deferred Demonstratives’ (2002) in Meaning and Truth: Investigations in Philosophical Semantics, eds Campbell, O’Rourke, Shier. New York: Seven Bridges Press. 214-230.

27.   ‘The Metaphysics and Epistemology of Singular Terms’ (2001), Philosophical Papers 30, 1-30.

28.   ‘Complex Demonstratives‘ (2000), Philosophical Studies 97, 229-249.

29.   ‘Semantic Category and Surface Form’ (1998), Analysis 58, 232-238.