Disclosing the World: On the Phenomenology of Language, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press 2016. [More information]

Edited volume:
• Co-edited with Jack Reynolds, Special Edition ‘Merleau-Ponty’s Gordian Knot: Transcendental Philosophy, Empirical Science and Naturalism’, Continental Philosophy Review, 50/1 (2017). [Journal]

Journal articles:
• ‘Being Articulate – Rede in Heidegger’s Being and Time’, International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 25/1 (2017), 99-118. [Article]
• ‘Was Merleau-Ponty a “transcendental” phenomenologist?’, Continental Philosophy Review, 50/1 (2017), 27-47. [Article]
• With Jack Reynolds, ‘Introduction: Merleau-Ponty’s Gordian Knot’, Continental Philosophy Review, 50/1 (2017), 1-3. [Article]
• ‘Projection, Recognition, and Pictorial Diversity’, Theoria 82/1 (2016), 32-55. [Article]
• ‘McDowell and the Puzzle of Conceptual Form’, Minerva 19 (2015), 64-80. [Article (open access)]
• ‘Taking Rorty’s Irony Seriously’, Humanities 2/2 (2013), 292-312. [Article (open access)]
• ‘The Nonconceptual Content of Paintings’, Estetika 48/1 (2011), 29-45.
• ‘Ideas above its Station: Putting Folk Psychology in its Place’ (Review Article), European Journal of Philosophy 18/4 (2010), 588-599. [Article]

Book chapters:
• ‘Phenomenology of Language in a 4e-World’, in Phenomenology and Science: Confrontations and Convergences, Jack Reynolds and Richard Sebold (eds), New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2016), 141-159.
• ‘The Complexities of “Abstracting” from Nature’, in Meanings of Abstract Art: From Nature to Theory, Isabel Wünsche and Paul Crowther (eds), London: Routledge 2012, 255-269. [Details]
• ‘Formale Anzeige und das Voraussetzungsproblem’ in Heidegger und Husserl im Vergleich, Friederike Rese (ed.), Frankfurt/Main: Klostermann 2010, 13-33. [Article]

• ‘Sartre’s Literary Phenomenology’ (forthcoming in Sartre Studies International).
• Entries on ‘Artikulation’, ‘Bedeutung’, ‘Gliederung’, and ‘Sinn’, forthcoming in The Heidegger Lexicon, ed. Mark Wrathall, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Work in progress:
• ‘Painterly Content’.
• ‘How can a hammer be “in-itself”?’
• ‘Parody and Truth in Nietzsche’s Genealogy’.
• ‘Wittgenstein and Sextus Empiricus: Two Forms of Sceptical Therapy’.