Journal Articles

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Forthcoming

  1. "Carnapian explication and ameliorative analysis: a systematic comparison"Synthese.

Published

  1. "Axiomatizations of arithmetic and the first-order/second-order divide"Synthese 196, 2583–2597, 2019.

  2. "The enduring enigma of reason"Mind & Language 33, 513-524, 2018.

  3. "Pornography, ideology, and propaganda: cutting both ways"European Journal of Philosophy 26, 1417-1426, 2018.

  4. (With R. French) "Paradoxes and structural rules from a dialogical perspective"Philosophical Issues 28, 129-158, 2018.

  5. (With H. Veluwenkamp) "Reasoning biases, non-monotonic logics, and belief revision"Theoria 83(1), 29-52, 2017.

  6. (With E. Reck) "Carnapian explication, formalisms as cognitive tools, and the paradox of adequate formalization"Synthese 194(1), 195-215, 2017.

  7. "Reductio ad absurdum from a dialogical perspective"Philosophical Studies 173(10), 2605-2628, 2016.

  8. (With M. Duncombe) "Dialectic and logic in Aristotle and his tradition"History and Philosophy of Logic 37, 1-8, 2016.

  9. "A dialogical, multi-agent account of the normativity of logic"Dialectica 69, 587-609, 2015. 

  10. "The formal and the formalized: the cases of syllogistic and supposition theory"Kriterion 131, 253-270, 2015. 

  11. "The undergeneration of permutation invariance as a criterion for logicality"Erkenntnis 79, 81-97, 2014.

  12. "A dialogical account of deductive reasoning as a case study for how culture shapes cognition"Journal of Cognition and Culture 13, 453-476, 2013.

  13. "Mathematical reasoning and external symbolic systems". Logique & Analyse 221, 45-65, 2013.

  14. “The role of ‘denotatur’ in Ockham’s theory of supposition”Vivarium 51, 352-370, 2013.

  15. “Ockham on supposition theory, mental language, and angelic communication”American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 86(3), 415-434, 2012 (special issue on Ockham).

  16. “Form and matter in later Latin medieval logic: the cases of suppositio and consequentiaJournal of the History of Philosophy 50(3), 339-364, 2012.

  17. “Reassessing logical hylomorphism and the demarcation of logical constants”Synthese 185, 387-410, 2012.

  18. (With E. Andrade-Lotero) Validity, the squeezing argument and alternative semantic systems: the case of Aristotelian syllogistic”Journal of Philosophical Logic 41, 387-418, 2012.

  19. "Towards a practice-based philosophy of logic: formal languages as a case study"Philosophia Scientiae 16(1), 71-102, 2012.

  20. (With E. Andrade-Lotero) A contentious trinity: levels of entailment in Brandom's pragmatist inferentialism”Philosophia 40(1), 41-53, 2012.

  21. “Medieval obligationes as a theory of discursive commitment management”Vivarium 49 (1-3), pp. 240-257, 2011.

  22. “The historical and philosophical origins of normativism”Behavioral and Brain Sciences 34, pp. 253-254, 2011 (commentary on "Subtracting 'ought' from 'is': Descriptivism versus normativism in the study of human thinking" by S. Elqayam and J. Evans).

  23. “The different ways in which logic is (said to be) formal. History and Philosophy of Logic 32, pp. 303-332, 2011.

  24. “Lessons on truth from medieval solutions to the Liar paradox”Philosophical Quarterly 61, pp. 58-78, 2011.

  25. “‘He doesn’twant to prove this or that’ – On the very young WittgensteinPhilosophical Books 51(2), pp. 102-116, 2010.

  26. “Lessons on sentential meaning from medieval solutions to the Liar paradox”Philosophical Quarterly 59, pp. 682-704, 2009.

  27. “An intensional interpretation of Ockham’s theory of supposition”Journal of the History of Philosophy 46(3), pp. 365-394, 2008.

  28. (With S. Read) Insolubilia and the fallacy secundum quid et simpliciterVivarium 46(2), pp. 175-191, 2008.

  29. “A comparative taxonomy of medieval and modern approaches to Liar sentences”History and Philosophy of Logic 29(3), pp. 227 – 261, 2008.

  30. “Theory of Supposition vs. Theory of Fallacies in Ockham”Vivarium 45(2-3), pp. 343-359, 2007.

  31. Ralph Strode’s obligationes: the return of consistency and the epistemic turn”Vivarium 44(2-3), pp. 338-374, 2006.

  32. “Roger Swyneshed’s obligationes: a logical game of inference recognition?”Synthese 151(1), pp. 127-155, 2006.

  33. “Medieval Obligationes as Logical Games of Consistency Maintenance”Synthese 145(3), 2005, pp. 371-395, 2005.

  34. “Buridan’s consequentia: consequence and inference within a token-based semantics”History and Philosophy of Logic 26(4), 2005, pp. 277-297, 2005.

  35. “The Buridanian account of inferential relations between doubly-quantified propositions: a proof of soundness”History and Philosophy of Logic 25(3), 2004, pp. 215-234, 2004.