Drafts available upon request
A paper on cooperation (revise/resubmit)
In this paper, I refute an orthodoxy of shared agency theory, namely the view that shared intentions to φ are necessary and sufficient for φ to count as cooperative. I then take stock and articulate the everyday conception of cooperation that this refutation implies.
A paper on Kant’s transcendental idealism
First supported by Kant in the first Critique, I argue that transcendental idealism not only is defended further in his third Critique but also needs to be so in the face of Jacobi’s objections.
A paper on slingshots in free logic
The slingshot is a family of logico-semantic arguments to the effect that some entities of some sort that one may want to include in one’s ontology are in fact redundant, and reduce to one—or a couple—of entities of that sort. In this paper, I explain how the slingshot can be deployed in free logics, negative and positive alike.