“No problem,”, with Colin Klein, in Consciousness Inside and Out: Phenomenology, Neuroscience, and the Nature of Experience, ed. Richard Brown, Springer, pp. 299-306, 2013. [PDF]

“Teaching epistemology”, in Philosophy and Education: Introducing Philosophy to Young People, eds. Jana Mohr Lone and Roberta Israeloff, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 95-102, 2012. [PDF]

"Constancy, content, and inference," in Visual Experience, eds. Gary Hatfield and Sarah Allred, Oxford University Press, 339-361, 2011. [PDF]

“Urban light and color,” with Alex Byrne, New Geographies, 3: 64-71, 2011[PDF]

"Are colors secondary qualities?" in Primary and Secondary Qualities, ed. Larry Nolan, Oxford University Press, 339-361, 2011. [PDF]

“How do things look to the color-blind?” with Alex Byrne, in Color Ontology and Color Science, eds. Jonathan Cohen and Mohan Matthen, MIT Press, 2010. [PDF]

“Spraying color,” in Katharina Grosse: Atoms Inside Balloons, Ed. K. Reimer: 240-51. Chicago, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, 2009. [PDF]

"Qualia," in Sage Encyclopedia of Perception, ed. Bruce Goldstein, 2009. [PDF]

"Basic sensible qualities and the structure of appearance," with Alex Byrne, Philosophical Issues, 18: 305-405, 2008. [PDF]

"Basic tastes and unique hues," Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31: 82, 2008. (Commentary on Erickson, R. P. 2008. A study of the science of taste: On the origins and influence of the core ideas. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31: 59-75.) [PDF]

"Do we see more than we can access?" with Alex Byrne and Susanna Siegel, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30: 501-2, 2008. (Commentary on Block, N. 2008. Consciousness, accessibility, and the mesh between psychology and neuroscience. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30: 481-99.) [PDF]

“Drink on, the jolly prelate cries,” in Philosophy and Beer, ed. Steven Hales, Routledge, 2007, pp. 179-192. [PDF]

“Truest blue,” with Alex Byrne, Analysis, 67: 87-92, 2007. [PDF, PDF (slightly longer version containing the section Analysis forced us to cut)]

 “Color primitivism,” with Alex Byrne, Erkenntnis, 66:73-105, 2007. [PDF]

“Groups in mind,” with Nick Huggett, Philosophy of Science, 73: 765-777, 2006. (appeared in 2007) [PDF]

“Color constancy and the complexity of color,” Philosophical Topics, 33: 141-158, 2005 (written in 2006 and appeared in 2007). [PDF, scan of published version PDF]

"Hallucination, Sense-data and Direct Realism" Philosophical Studies, 120: 185-191, 2004 (commentary on Mark Johnston, "The Obscure Object of Hallucination," Philosophical Studies, 120: 113-183, 2004) [PDF]

(with Alex Byrne ) "Hardin, Tye and Color Physicalism," Journal of Philosophy 101: 37-43, 2004 [PDF]

(with Alex Byrne ) "Color Realism Revisited," Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26: 791-4, 2003) (response to continuing commentary on "Color Realism and Color Science) [HTML, PDF (including commentary and author's response)]

(with Alex Byrne) "Color Realism and Color Science", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26: 3-21, 2003 [HTML, PDF (including commentary and author's response), ]

(with Alex Byrne) "Color Realism Redux", Behavioral and Brain Sciences 26: 52-63 (2003) (reply to commentators on Color Realism and Color Science)[HTML]

(with Alex Byrne) “Color vision, Philosophical issues about,” with Alex Byrne, in The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, ed. Lynn Nadel, Nature Publishing Group, 2003.[PDF]

(with Mark Kalderon) "Color and the Inverted Spectrum," in Color Perception: Philosophical, Psychological, Artistic and Computational Perspectives: ed. Steven Davis Vancouver Studies in Cognitive Science, Vol. IX. Oxford University Press, 2000.[PDF]

“Colour, Theories of,” in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Edward Craig, Routledge, 1998. [PDF]

(with Alex Byrne) "Colors and Reflectances", in Readings on Color, Volume 1: The Philosophy of Color, eds. A. Byrne and D. R. Hilbert, MIT Press, 1997. [HTML]

“Is seeing believing?”, PSA 1994 Vol. 1, pp. 446-453 [PDF]

"What is color vision?", Philosophical Studies 68, 351-70, 1992. [PDF]

"Why have experiences", draft 4/23/00. [PDF]

"Content, intention and explanation", old and never to be updated. [PDF]