Books

forthcoming Distributed Cognition from Victorian Culture to Modernism (with Miranda Anderson & Peter Garrett) Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh
forthcoming The Computational Mind Routledge: London, 200 pp.
2018 Routledge Handbook of the Computational Mind (with Matteo Colombo) Routledge: London, 526 pp. URL   doi 
2018 Distributed Cognition in Classical Antiquity (with Miranda Anderson & Douglas Cairns) Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, 304 pp. URL  
2017 The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy (with Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen & Robin Wilson) Oxford University Press: Oxford, 576 pp. URL  
2014 New Waves in Philosophy of Mind (with Jesper Kallestrup) Palgrave Macmillan: London, 344 pp. URL   doi 
2010 Special Issue on Computation and Cognitive Science Studies in History and Philosophy of Science URL  

Articles, Chapters

forthcoming Philosophical issues in computational cognitive sciences Cambridge Handbook on Computational Psychology (edited by Ron Sun), Cambridge University Press: Cambridge
forthcoming Extended cognition The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online (edited by Tim Crane), Routledge: London  PDF
forthcoming Eliminativism about consciousness (with Liz Irvine) Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Consciousness (edited by Uriah Kriegel), Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp.  PDF
2019 Two kinds of information processing in cognition Review of Philosophy and Psychology  PDF doi 
2019 Review of The Language of Thought: A New Philosophical Direction by Susan Schneider Mind, 128: 555–564  PDF doi 
2018 Triviality arguments about computational implementation Routledge Handbook of the Computational Mind (edited by Mark Sprevak & Matteo Colombo), Routledge: London, pp. 175–191  PDF doi 
2018 Introduction to Handbook (with Matteo Colombo) Routledge Handbook of the Computational Mind (edited by Mark Sprevak & Matteo Colombo), Routledge: London, pp. 1–5  PDF doi 
2018 Distributed cognition and the humanities (with Miranda Anderson & Mike Wheeler) Distributed Cognition in Classical Antiquity (edited by Miranda Anderson, Douglas Cairns & Mark Sprevak), Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 1–17  PDF
2018 Zuse’s Thesis, Gandy’s Thesis, and Penrose’s Thesis (with Jack Copeland & Oron Shagrir) Computational Perspectives on Physics, Physical Perspectives on Computation (edited by Michael Cuffano & Samuel Fletcher), Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 39–59  PDF URL  
2018 Realism about cognitive science Routledge Handbook of Scientific Realism (edited by Juha Saatsi), Routledge: London, pp. 357–368  PDF doi 
2017 Turing’s model of the mind The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy (edited by Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen, Mark Sprevak & Robin Wilson), Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 277–285  PDF URL  
2017 Is the whole universe a computer? (with Jack Copeland & Oron Shagrir) The Turing Guide: Life, Work, Legacy (edited by Jack Copeland, Jonathan Bowen, Mark Sprevak & Robin Wilson), Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 445–462  PDF URL  
2016 Philosophy of the psychological and cognitive sciences Oxford Handbook for the Philosophy of Science (edited by Paul Humphreys), Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 92–114  PDF doi 
2015 What is consciousness? (with David Carmel) Philosophy and the Sciences for Everyone (edited by Michela Massimi), Routledge: London, pp. 103–122  PDF URL  
2015 From intelligent machines to the human brain (with Peggy Seri├Ęs) Philosophy and the Sciences for Everyone (edited by Michela Massimi), Routledge: London, pp. 86–102  PDF URL  
2015 Group minds and explanatory simplicity (with David Statham) Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, 76: 3–19  PDF doi 
2014 Review of The Evolved Apprentice by Kim Sterelny The Quarterly Review of Biology, 89: 176  PDF doi 
2014 Entangled externalisms (with Jesper Kallestrup) New Waves in Philosophy of Mind (edited by Mark Sprevak & Jesper Kallestrup), Palgrave: London, pp. 77–97  PDF doi 
2013 Fictionalism about neural representations The Monist, 96: 539–560  PDF doi 
2013 Realism and instrumentalism The Encyclopedia of the Mind (edited by Hal Pashler), SAGE Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. 633–636  PDF doi 
2012 Three challenges to Chalmers on computational implementation Journal of Cognitive Science, 13: 107–143  PDF URL  
2011 Neural sufficiency, reductionism, and cognitive neuropsychiatry Philosophy, Psychiatry & Psychology, 18: 339–344  PDF doi 
2011 Inference to the Hypothesis of Extended Cognition Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 41: 353–362  PDF doi 
2011 Review of Representation Reconsidered by William Ramsey British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 62: 669–675  PDF doi 
2010 Computation, individuation, and the received view on representation Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 41: 260–270  PDF doi 
2010 Computation and cognitive science Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 41: 223–226  PDF doi 
2009 Extended cognition and functionalism Journal of Philosophy, 106: 503–527  PDF URL  
2008 Kripke’s paradox and the Church–Turing thesis Synthese, 160: 285–295  PDF doi 
2007 Chinese rooms and program portability British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 58: 755–776  PDF doi 
2005 Review of Views into the Chinese Room edited by John Preston & Mark Bishop Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 36: 203–209  PDF doi 
2005 The frame problem and the treatment of prediction Computing, Philosophy and Cognition (edited by Lorenzo Magnani & Riccardo Dossena), King’s College Publications: London, pp. 349–359  PDF
2004 Magic, semantics, and Putnam’s vat brains (with Christina McLeish) Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Part C, 35: 227–236  PDF doi