I hope it is not too vain to begin 2014 with a retrospect of what I wrote in 2013. I kind of enjoy gathering it here -- it helps convince me that my solitary office labors are not a waste -- and maybe some readers will find it useful.
This work appeared in print in 2013:
- Perplexities of Consciousness, MIT Press paperback release (hardcover release 2011).
- "A dispositional approach to the attitudes: Thinking outside of the belief box", in N. Nottelmann, ed., New Essays on Belief (Palgrave).
- "Knowing that P without believing that P" (with Blake Myers-Schulz), Nous 47, 371-384.
- "Are ethicists any more likely to pay their registration fees at professional meetings?" Economics & Philosophy 29, 371-380.
- "Ethicists' and non-ethicsts' responsiveness to student emails: Relationships among expressed normative attitude, self-described behavior, and experimentally observed behavior" (with Joshua Rust), Metaphilosophy 44, 350-371.
- Book symposium on Perplexities of Consciousness at Philosophical Studies, with my precis, commentaries by Uriah Kriegel, Declan Smithies, and Maja Spener, and my reply.
- A special issue of Economics & Philosophy (co-edited with James Konow) on Experiments in Economics and Philosophy, with an introduction by James Konow, Cristina Bicchieri, Jason Dana, Maria Jimenez-Buedo, and me.
- "Expertise in moral reasoning? Order effects on moral judgment in professional philosophers and non-philosophers" (with Fiery Cushman), in Joshua Knobe and Shaun Nichols, eds., Experimental Philosophy, vol. 2 (Oxford, reprint of article originally published in Mind & Language in 2012).
- "Reinstalling Eden" (with R. Scott Bakker), Nature 503, 562.
- "The moral behavior of ethicists and the role of the philosopher", in Hannes Rusch, Christoph Luetge, and Matthias Uhl, eds., Experimental Ethics (Palgrave).
- "The moral behavior of ethicists and the power of reason" (with Joshua Rust), in Jennifer Wright and Hagop Sarkissian, eds., Advances in Experimental Moral Psychology.
- "The moral behavior of ethics professors: Relationships among self-reported behavior, expressed normative attitude, and directly observed behavior" (with Joshua Rust), in Philosophical Psychology.
- "The problem of known illusion and the resemblance of experience to reality", in Philosophy of Science, supplemental issue (PSA 2012).
- "On trusting your sense of fun" (Jan. 2).
- "The jerk-sweetie spectrum" (Apr. 17).
- "A somewhat impractical plan for immortality" (Apr. 22).
- "Tree" (May 17).
- "What a non-effect looks like" (Aug. 7).
- "The experience of reading: imagery, inner speech, and seeing the words on the page" (with Alan T. Moore, Aug. 28).
- "Skepticism, Godzilla, and the artificial computerized many-branching you" (Nov. 15).
Update January 2:
I fear the ill-chosen title of this post might give some people the misleading impression that I wrote all of this material during 2013. Most of the work that appeared in print was finalized before 2013, and a fair portion of the other work was at least in circulating draft before 2013. Here's how things stood at the end of 2012; lots of overlap!