For a list of publications by topic, please click on the relevant drop-down box in the “Research” tab above. For a description of my research programs, click on the main “Research” tab.
Selected Work in Progress:
(Some work is not listed in order to protect blind review.)
The Philosophy of Money and Finance: A Collection of Contemporary Essays. Co-edited with Joakim Sandberg (Gothenburg).
Under contract with Oxford University Press (Oxford).
The sections of this book will roughly correspond to the sections of the recent Stanford Encyclopedia entry on this topic.
“JPMorgan’s ‘London Whale’ Trading Losses: A Tale of Human Fallibility.” Forthcoming in The Philosophy of Money and Finance: A Collection of Contemporary Essays. Under contract with Oxford University Press (Oxford).
Philosophy in Banking and Finance: Epistemic Foundations of Risk Management (working title).
“The Metaphysics of Epistemic Norms.”
I argue that being truth-oriented is, in a way to be explained, constitutive of a norm’s being epistemic. I give an account of epistemic norms of belief formation and assessment. The account allows for pluralism in the ground-level theory: we can acknowledge a plurality of norms, for example, evidentialist, reliabilist, and coherentist norms.
“Epistemic Norms: Truth-Conducive Enough.”
Synthese 198(3) 2021: 2721-2741. Published online in May 2019.
Link to journal (open access)
“Disentangling the Epistemic Failings of the 2008 Financial Crisis.” In The Routledge Handbook of Applied Epistemology,
D. Coady and J. Chase (eds), pp. 196-210.
Abingdon, Oxon and New York: Routledge, 2018.
Author’s accepted manuscript on SSRN
“Socratic Metaethics Imagined.” Co-authored with Steve Ross.
S.Ph. Essays and Explanations, December 2017: 1-8.
“Deficiency Arguments Against Empiricism and the Question of Empirical Indefeasibility.” Philosophical Studies 173 (6):1675-86, 2016. Author’s accepted manuscript
“Defending Moral Mind-Independence:
The Expressivist’s Precarious Turn.”
Philosophia, 42(3) 2014: 861-69.
“The Mystery of the Mirror.”
In Leonard Cohen and Philosophy: Various Positions, J. Holt, (ed.)
Ch. 9, pp. 101-112. Chicago: The Open Court Popular Culture and Philosophy Series, Vol. 84, 2014.
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Leonard Cohen and Philosophy at the Cornelia Street Cafe
Link to book listing on publisher’s site
“Relative Uncertainty in Term Loan Projection Models:
What Lenders Could Tell Risk Managers.”
Journal of Empirical and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence,
24 (4), 2012: 501-511.
Link to journal
“Naturalistic Epistemologies and A Priori Justification.”
In K. Talmont-Kaminski and M. Milkowski, eds.,
Topics in Philosophy, 13, Beyond Description:
Naturalism and Normativity.
London: College Publications, 2010.
“Naturalism, Fallibilism, and the A Priori.”
Philosophical Studies, 142 (3) 2009: 403-426
Author’s final version on PhilSciArchive
Review of Richard Foley’s When Is True Belief Knowledge?
Mind, 123 (491), 2014: 894-98.
Link to journal
Review of Albert Casullo’s Essays on A Priori Knowledge and Justification.
The Philosophical Quarterly, 64 (256), 2014: 538-40.
Link to journal