Aranyosi, I. Frames and Games: Intensionality and Equilibrium Selection. Erkenntnis (forthcoming).

Berkovski, S. Slurs, Synonymy, and Taboo. Australasian Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming).

Fatollahi, A. Akaike and the No Miracle Argument for Scientific Realism. Canadian Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming)

Fatollahi, A.  Conservative Treatment of Evidence. Episteme (forthcoming).

Payton, J.  On what there is in particular. Analysis (forthcoming).

Wolt, D.  Philosophy and Politics in Julian’s Letter to Themistius. Journal of the History of Philosophy (forthcoming).



Bergès, S. Domesticity and Political Participation: At Home with the Jacobin Women. Political Research Quarterly. 76, 213–223 (2023).

Brown, C.D. Consciousness and Categorical Properties. Erkenntnis. 88, 365–387 (2023).

Berkovski, S. Moral Criticism, Hypocrisy, and Pragmatics. Philosophical Studies. 180, 1-26 (2023)

Payton, J. Mereological destruction and relativized parthood: A reply to Costa and Calosi. Erkenntnis. 88, 1797-1806 (2023).

Allen, L.N., Wigley, S., Holmer, H., & Barlow, P., Non-Communicable Disease Policy Implementation from 2014 to 2021: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis of Global Policy Data. Lancet Global Health. 11, e525-e533 (2023).



Aranyosi, I. Logical Pantheism. Philosophy Compass. 17, e12857 (2022).

Bergès, S. & Coffee, A. Cocks on Dunghills – Wollstonecraft and Gouges on the Women’s Revolution. SATS. 23, 135-152 (2022).

Berkovski, S. Mandeville on Self-liking, Morality, and Hypocrisy. Intellectual History Review. 32, 157-178 (2022)

Berkovski, S. Slurs and Redundancy. Philosophia. 50, 1607–1622 (2022).

DiBella, N. Fair Infinite Lotteries, Qualitative Probability, and Regularity. Philosophy of Science. 89, 824-844 (2022).

Payton, J. Counting composites. Australasian Journal of Philosophy. 100, 695-710 (2022).

Payton, J. Attempts. Philosophical Studies. 179, 363-382 (2022).

Payton, J. Composition and Plethological Innocence. Analysis. 82, 67-74 (2022).

Bollyky, T., Hulland, E.N.,…Wigley, S.,..Murray, C.J.L, & Dieleman, J. L., Pandemic preparedness and COVID-19: an exploratory analysis of infection and fatality rates, and contextual factors associated with preparedness in 177 countries, from Jan 1, 2020, to Sept 30, 2021. The Lancet. 299, 1489-1512 (2022) [COVID-19 National Preparedness Collaborators]

Allen, L.N., Wigley, S. & Holmer, H., Assessing the Association between Corporate Financial Influence and Implementation of Policies to Tackle Commercial Determinants of Non-communicable Diseases: A Cross-sectional Analysis of 172 Countries. Social Science & Medicine. 297, 114825 (2022).

Wolt, D.  Phronêsis and Kalokagathia in Eudemian Ethics VIII.3. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 60, 1-23 (2022).

Wringe, B. & Coverdale, H.B., Non-Paradigmatic Punishments. Philosophy Compass, 17, e12824 (2022).



Aranyosi, I. Preteriception: Memory as Past Perception. Synthese 198, 10765-10792 (2021).

Brown, C. D. Fundamental Mentality in a Physical World. Synthese 199, 2841–2860 (2021).

Kıymaz, T. On the Paradigmatic Conception of the Physical. Problemos, 99, 80-86 (2021).

Kıymaz, T. The Fine-Tuning Argument and the Objection from Artificial Intelligence. Flsf 31, 1-13 (2021).

Payton, J. Composition as identity, now with all the pluralities you could want. Synthese 199, 8047-8068 (2021).

Vatansever, S. Kant’s Coherent Theory of the Highest GoodInternational Journal for Philosophy of Religion 89, 263-283 (2021).

Allen, L.N., Wigley, S., & Holmer, H.  Implementation of non-communicable disease policies from 2015 to 2020: a geopolitical analysis of 194 countriesLancet Global Health 9, e1528–38 (2021)

Templin, T.,  Dieleman, J.L, Wigley, S., Mumford, J.E., Miller-Petrie, M., Kiernan, S., &  Bollyky, T. Democracies Linked To Greater Universal Health Coverage Compared With Autocracies, Even In An Economic Recession. Health Affairs 40, 1234-1242 (2021).

Coverdale, H.B. & Wringe, B. Introduction: Non-Paradigmatic Punishments. Journal of Applied Philosophy 38, 357-365 (2021).

Wringe, B. Punishing Non-Citizens. Journal of Applied Philosophy 38, 384-400 (2021).

Wolt, D.  Energeia in the Magna Moralia: A New Case for Late Authorship. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies. 76, 65-94 (2021).



Aranyosi, I. Mental Time Travel and Disjunctivism. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 11, 367-384 (2020).

Kıymaz, T. A Priori Physicalism and the Knowledge Argument. Teorema 39/2, 87-103 (2020).

Sayan, E. A More Devastating Version of the Raven Paradox. Think 19, 21-24 (2020).

Vatansever, S. Empiricist and Neo-Kantian Elements in the Aufbau. Beytulhikme: An International Journal of Philosophy 10, 451-468 (2020).

Wigley, S., Dieleman, J. L., Templin, T., Mumford, J.E., & Bollyky, T.  Autocratisation and universal health coverage: a synthetic control study. The British Medical Journal 371, m4040 (2020).

Wolt, D. Two Conceptions of Voluntary Action in the Nicomachean Ethics. European Journal of Philosophy 28, 292-305 (2020).

Wringe, B. Global Obligations, Collective Capacities, and ‘Ought Implies Can’. Philosophical Studies 177, 1523-1538 (2020).



Aranyosi, I. Prediction, Embodiment, and Representation, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, e216 (2019).

Berges, S. Revolution and Republicanism: Women Political Philosophers of Late Eighteenth-Century France and Why They Matter, Australian Philosophical Review 3, 351-370 (2019). [lead article]

Berges, S. Negotiating Context: How to Ensure Women’s Works Remain Their Own, Australian Philosophical Review 3, 431-442 (2019). [Reply]

Fenici, M., &  Garofoli, D. Cultural Evolutionary Psychology is Still Evolutionary Psychology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, e176 (2019).

Keven, N. Let’s Call a Memory a Memory, But What Kind? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, e260 (2019).

Kıymaz, T. What Gary Couldn’t ImagineJournal of Philosophical Research 44, 293-311 (2019).

Kıymaz, T. Kant and the Impossibility of Non-Euclidean Space. Philosophical Forum 50, 485-491 (2019).

Kıymaz, T. Phenomenal Concepts and Physical Facts: A Dialogue with Mary. Filozofia 74, 797-807 (2019).

Kıymaz, T. On The Meaning of “The Meaning of Life.” Filosofia Unisinos  20, 146-154 (2019).

Kıymaz, T. Subjective Physicalism as a Response to the Knowledge Argument. MetaMind, 2/2: 199-211 (2019).

Ventura, R. Multicellular Individuality: The Case of Bacteria. Biological Theory  14, 131-141 (2019).

Ventura, R. The Evolution of Cooperation in Finite Populations with Synergistic Payoffs. Biology & Philosophy 34, article 43 (2019).

Ventura, R. Quantitative Methods in Philosophy of Language. Philosophy Compass 14, e12609 (2019).

Vinx, L. Ernst-Wolfgang Böckenförde and the Politics of Constituent Power. Jurisprudence 10, 15-38 (2019).

Bollyky, T., Templin, T., Cohen, M., Schoder, D., Dieleman, J. L., & Wigley, SThe Relationships between Democratic Experience, Adult Health, and Cause-specific Mortality in 170 Countries between 1980 and 2016: An Observational AnalysisThe Lancet 393, 1628-1640 (2019).

Wringe, B. Punishment, Jesters and Judges: A Response to Nathan Hanna. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 22, 3-12 (2019).



Aranyosi, I. Body, Skill, and Look: Is Bodybuilding a Sport? Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 17, 401-410 (2018).

Bergès, S. Happiness, Primitive Societies and the Theatre: Olympe de Gouges vs Rousseau. Journal of the American Philosophical Association 4, 433-451 (2018).

Bergès, S. What’s it got to do with the price of bread? Condorcet and Grouchy on Freedom and Unreasonable Laws in CommerceEuropean Journal of Political Theory 17, 432-448 (2018).

Bergès, S. Sophie De Grouchy and the Publication of Condorcet’s Sketch of Human Progress: A Tale of Exclusion. Journal of the History of Ideas 29, 267-283 (2018).

Bergès, S. Lucretia and the Impossibility of Female Republicanism in Margaret Cavendish’s Sociable Letters. Hypatia 33, 663-680 (2018).

Keven, N., Kurczek, J., Rosenbaum, R. S. & Craver, C. Narrative Construction is Intact in Episodic Amnesia. Neuropsychologia 110, 104-112 (2018).

Keven, N.  Carving Event and Episodic Memory at Their Joints. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, E19 (2018).

Kıymaz, T. Baker’s Theory of Material Constitution and Thinking Things into Existence. Filozofia Nauki (The Philosophy of Science) 26, 49-56 (2018).

Kıymaz, T. Aristotle on the Naturalness of Death from Old AgeMediterranean Journal of Humanities 8, 427-436. (2018)

Tzinman, R. Is Romeo Dead? On the Persistence of Organisms. Synthese 195: 4081–4105. (2018)

Vatansever, S. Kant’s Response to Hume in the Second Analogy: A Critique of Buchdahl’s and Friedman’s AccountsJournal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science (HOPOS),310-346. (2018)

Vatansever, S. An Interpretation of Plato’s Theory of Forms. Dokuz Eylul University Journal of Humanities 5, 98-116. (2018)

Vinx, L. The Political Theology of the Secular State in Hobbes and BockenfoerdeOxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 51–73. (2018)

Vinx, L. Santi Romano against the State. Ethics and Global Politics 11, 25-36 (2018)

Wigley, S. Is there a Resource Curse for Private Liberties? International Studies Quarterly 62, 834-844 (2018).

Wringe, B. Enforcing the Global Economic Order, Violating the Rights of the Poor and Breaching Negative Duties? Pogge, Collective Agency and Global Poverty. Journal of Social Philosophy 49, 334-370 (2018).

Woods, J. Mathematics, Morality, and Self-Effacement. Noûs 52, 47–68 (2018)



Bergès, S. Secrétariat, Collaboration et Auto-Publication dans la France Révolutionnaire. Philosophiques 44, 255-270 (2017).

Bergès, S. Is Not Doing the Washing Up Like Draft Dodging? The Military Model for Resisting a Gender Based Labour Division: The Military Model for Resisting a Gender Based Labour Division. Journal of Applied Philosophy 34, 301-314 (2017).

Berkovski, S. A Naturalist View of Humiliation. Phenomenology and Mind 78–86 (2017).

Keven, N., & Akins, K. A. Neonatal Imitation in Context: Sensory-Motor Development in the Perinatal Period. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, E381. (2017). [Target article]

Keven, N., & Akins, K.A. Beyond Neonatal Imitation: Aerodigestive Stereotypies, Speech Development and Social Interaction in the Extended Perinatal Period. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40, E403. (2017).

Kovacs, D. M. Grounding and the Argument from Explanatoriness. Philosophical Studies 174, 2927–2952 (2017).

Seven, G. & Vinx, L. The Hegemonic Preservation Thesis Revisited: The Example of Turkey. Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 9, 45–82 (2017).

Wigley, S. The Resource Curse and Child Mortality, 1961-2011. Social Science & Medicine 176, 142–148 (2017).

Wigley, S. & Akkoyunlu, A. The Impact of Democracy and Media Freedom on Under-5 Mortality, 1961-2011, Social Science & Medicine 190, 237–246 (2017).

Wringe, B. Rethinking Expressive Theories of Punishment: Why Denunciation Is a Better Bet Than Communication or Pure Expression. Philosophical Studies 174, 681–708 (2017).

Wringe, B. Ambivalence for Cognitivists: A Lesson from Chrysippus? Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 6, 147-156 (2017).



Bergès, S. A Republican Housewife: Marie-Jeanne Phlipon Roland on Women’s Political Role. Hypatia 31, 107–122 (2016).

Kovacs, D. M. Self-made People. Mind 125, 1071–1099 (2016).

Woods, J. Assertion, Denial, Content, and (logical) Form. Synthese 193, 1667–1680 (2016).

Wringe, B. Collective Obligations: Their Existence, Their Explanatory Power, and Their Supervenience on the Obligations of Individuals: Collective Obligations. European Journal of Philosophy 24, 472–497 (2016).

Wringe, B. Epicurean Wills, Empty Hopes, and the Problem of Post Mortem Concern. Philosophical Papers 45, 289–315 (2016).

Wringe, B. Punishment Forgiveness and Reconciliation. Philosophia 44, 1099–1124 (2016).



Berges, S. Is Motherhood Compatible with Political Participation? Sophie de Grouchy’s Care-Based Republicanism. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 18, 47–60 (2015).

Berges, S. Sophie de Grouchy on the Cost of Domination in the Letters on Sympathy and Two Anonymous Articles in Le Republicain. The Monist 98, 102–112 (2015).

Berges, S. On the Outskirts of the Canon: The Myth of the Lone Female Philosopher, and What to Do about It: On the Outskirts of the Canon. Metaphilosophy 46, 380–397 (2015).

Berkovski, S. A Hobbesian Theory of Shame. The Southern Journal of Philosophy 53, 125–150 (2015).

Vinx, L. Does Freedom of Association Justify Restrictions on Immigration? Res Cogitans 10, 61–78 (2015).

Woods, J. Expressivism Worth the Name – A Reply to Teemu Toppinen. Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy 1–7 (2015).

Wringe, B. The Contents of Perception and the Contents of Emotion. Noûs 49, 275–297 (2015).

Wringe, B. Perp Walks as Punishment. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 18, 615–629 (2015).



Berkovski, S. Gratitude, Self-Interest, and Love. Philosophia 42, 645–664 (2014).

Berkovski, S. Two Notions of Shame. Ratio 27, 328–349 (2014).

Demir, H. Taking Stock: Arguments for the Veridicality Thesis. Logique et Analyse 57, 117–135 (2014).

Michaelian, K. JFGI: From Distributed Cognition to Distributed Reliabilism. Philosophical Issues 24, 314–346 (2014).

Woods, J. Expressivism and Moore’s Paradox. Philosophers’ Imprint 14, 1–12 (2014).

Woods, J. Logical Indefinites. Logique et Analyse 227, 277–307 (2014).

Wringe, B. From Global Collective Obligations to Institutional Obligations: From Global to Institutional Obligations. Midwest Studies In Philosophy 38, 171–186 (2014).

Wringe, B. May I Treat A Collective As A Mere Means. American Philosophical Quarterly 51, 273–284 (2014).



Berges, S. Mothers and Independent Citizens: Making Sense of Wollstonecraft’s Supposed Essentialism. Philosophical Papers 42, 259–284 (2013).

Wringe, B. Must Punishment Be Intended to Cause Suffering? Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 16, 863–877 (2013).

Berges, S. Rethinking Twelfth-Century Virtue Ethics: the Contribution of Heloise. British Journal for the History of Philosophy 21, 667–687 (2013).

Berges, S. Teaching Christine de Pizan in Turkey. Gender and Education 25, 595–605 (2013).

Michaelian, K. & Sutton, J. Distributed Cognition and Memory Research: History and Current Directions. Review of Philosophy and Psychology 4, 1–24 (2013).

Michaelian, K. The Evolution of Testimony: Receiver Vigilance, Speaker Honesty and the Reliability of Communication. Episteme 10, 37–59 (2013).

Michaelian, K. The information effect: constructive memory, testimony, and epistemic luck. Synthese 190, 2429–2456 (2013).

Vinx, L. Carl Schmitt and the Analogy Between Constitutional and International Law: Are Constitutional and International Law Inherently Political? Global Constitutionalism 2, 91–124 (2013).

Vinx, L. The Incoherence of Strong Popular Sovereignty. International Journal of Constitutional Law 11, 101–124 (2013).



Aranyosi, I. Quantifier vs. Poetry: Stylistic Impoverishment and Socio-Cultural Estrangement of Anglo-American Philosophy in the Last Hundred Years. The Pluralist 7, 94–103 (2012).

Aranyosi, I. Talking About Nothing. Numbers, Hallucinations, and Fictions. Philosophy 87, 145–150 (2012).

Aranyosi, I. Should We Fear Quantum Torment?: Should We Fear Quantum Torment? Ratio 25, 249–259 (2012).

Berges, S. Virtue as Mental Health: A Platonic Defence of the Medical Model in Ethics. Journal of Ancient Philosophy 6, (2012).

Berkovski, S. The Possibility of Modified Hedonism: The Possibility of Modified Hedonism. Theoria 78, 186–212 (2012).

Demir, H. The Counterfactual Theory of Information Revisited. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 90, 183–185 (2012).

Michaelian, K. Is external memory memory? Biological memory and extended mind. Consciousness and Cognition 21, 1154–1165 (2012).

Michaelian, K. Metacognition and Endorsement. Mind & Language 27, 284–307 (2012).

Wigley, S. Justicized Consequentialism: Prioritizing the Right or the Good? The Journal of Value Inquiry 46, 467–479 (2012).

Wringe, B. Collective Agents and Communicative Theories of Punishment: Collective Agents and Punishment. Journal of Social Philosophy 43, 436–456 (2012).

Wringe, B. Pre-Punishment, Communicative Theories of Punishment, and Compatibilism. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 93, 125–136 (2012).



Aranyosi, I. The Solo Numero Paradox. American Philosophical Quarterly 48, 347 (2011).

Aranyosi, I. A New Argument for Mind-Brain Identity. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 62, 489–517 (2011).

Berges, S. Why Women Hug their Chains: Wollstonecraft and Adaptive Preferences. Utilitas 23, 72–87 (2011).

Berkovski, S. Possible Worlds: A Neo-Fregean Alternative. Axiomathes 21, 531–551 (2011).

Berkovski, S. Reichenbach and Weyl on Apriority and Mathematical Applicability. Synthese 181, 63–77 (2011).

Berkovski, S. Prichard’s Heresy. Philosophy 86, 503–524 (2011).

Berkovski, S. Lewis’ Reduction of Modality. Acta Analytica 26, 95–114 (2011).

Vinx, L. Austin, Kelsen, and the Model of Sovereignty. Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 24, 473–490 (2011).

Wigley, S. & Akkoyunlu, A. Do Electoral Institutions Have an Impact on Population Health? Public Choice 148, 595–610 (2011).

Wigley, S. & Akkoyunlu, A. The Impact of Regime Type on Health: Does Redistribution Explain Everything? World Politics 63, 647–677 (2011).

Wringe, B. Cognitive Individualism and the Child as Scientist Program. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 42, 518–529 (2011).



Vinx, L. Constitutional Indifferentism and Republican Freedom. Political Theory 38, 809–837 (2010).

Wringe, B. Global Obligations and the Agency Objection. Ratio 23, 217–231 (2010).

Wringe, B. War Crimes and Expressive Theories of Punishment: Communication or Denunciation? Res Publica 16, 119–133 (2010).

Aranyosi, I. The Nature of Shadows, from Yale to Bilkent. Philosophy 85, 219 (2010).

Aranyosi, I. Powers and the Mind–Body Problem. International Journal of Philosophical Studies 18, 57–72 (2010).

Berges, S. Understanding the Role of the Laws in Plato’s ‘Statesman’. Prolegomena 9, 5–23 (2010).



Aranyosi, I. Hesperus is Phosphorus, Indeed. Axiomathes 19, 223–224 (2009).

Aranyosi, I. The Reappearing Act. Acta Analytica 24, 1–10 (2009).

Steinvorth, U. Reply to Schlothfeldt. Analyse & Kritik 31, (2009).

Steinvorth, U. The Right to Work and the Right to Develop One’s Capabilities. Analyse & Kritik 31, (2009).

Wigley, S. Disappearing Without a Moral Trace? Rights and Compensation During Times of Emergency. Law and Philosophy 28, 617–649 (2009).

Wigley, S. Parliamentary Immunity in Democratizing Countries. Human Rights Quarterly 31, 567–591 (2009).

Wringe, B. Simulation, Theory and Collapse. Erkenntnis 71, 223–232 (2009).



Akman, V. Relational Priming: Obligational Nitpicking. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 31, (2008).

Aranyosi, I. Excluding exclusion: the natural(istic) dualist approach. Philosophical Explorations 11, 67–78 (2008).

Demir, H. Counterfactuals vs. Conditional Probabilities: A Critical Analysis of the Counterfactual Theory of Information. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 86, 45–60 (2008).

Wringe, B. Making the Lightness of Being Bearable: Arithmetical Platonism, Fictional Realism and Cognitive Command. Canadian Journal of Philosophy 38, 453–487 (2008).



Aranyosi, I. Shadows of Constitution. The Monist 90, 415–431 (2007).

Berges, S. Virtue Ethics, Politics, and the Function of Laws: The Parent Analogy in Plato’s Menexenus. Dialogue 46, 211 (2007).

Berges, S. Why the Capability Approach is Justified. Journal of Applied Philosophy 24, 16–25 (2007).

Bogdan, R. J. Inside Loops: Developmental Premises of Self-Ascriptions. Synthese 159, 235–251 (2007).

Thorpe, L. The Point of Studying Ethics According to Kant. The Journal of Value Inquiry 40, 461–474 (2007).

Vinx, L. Institutionalizing the Just War? A Critical Comment on Buchanan. Trames XI, 382–402 (2007).

Wigley, S. Automaticity, Consciousness and Moral Responsibility. Philosophical Psychology 20, 209–225 (2007).



Berges, S. La Moralidad en los ojos del Detective Privado. Dossiers Feministes 9, 43–59 (2006).

Wigley, S. Voluntary Losses and Wage Compensation. Politics, Philosophy & Economics 5, 363–376 (2006).

Wigley, S. & Akkoyunlu, A. Human Capabilities Versus Human Capital: Gauging the Value of Education in Developing Countries. Social Indicators Research 78, 287–304 (2006).

Wigley, S. Basic Income and the Problem of Cumulative Misfortune. Basic Income Studies 1, (2006).

Wringe, B. Collective Action and the Peculiar Evil of Genocide. Metaphilosophy 37, 376–392 (2006).

Wringe, B. Why Punish War Crimes? Victor’s Justice and Expressive Justifications of Punishment. Law and Philosophy 25, 159–191 (2006).



Akman, V. On Strawsonian Contexts. Pragmatics & Cognition 13, 363–382 (2005).

Akman, V. & Bazzanella, C. The Complexity of Context: Guest Editors’ Introduction. Journal of Pragmatics 35, 321–329 (2003).

Aranyosi, I. Physical Constituents of Qualia. Philosophical Studies 116, 103–131 (2003).

Aranyosi, I. (Con)fusing the Un(con)fusable. Analysis 63, 215–220 (2003).

Aranyosi, I. Physicalism and Its Discontents. Croatian Journal of Philosophy 2, 363–370 (2002).

Berges, S. loneliness and belonging: is stoic cosmopolitanism still defensible ? Res Publica 11, 3–25 (2005).

Berges, S. Plato, Nietzsche, and Sublimation. Phronimon 3, 1–21 (2001).

Berkovski, S. Surprising User-Friendliness. Logique Et Analyse 45, 283–297 (2002).

Ubl, K. & Vinx, L. Zur Transformation der Monarchie von Aristoteles zu Ockham. Vivarium 40, 41–74 (2002).

Koçan, G. & Wigley, S. Democracy and the Politics of Parliamentary Immunity in Turkey. New Perspectives on Turkey 33, 121–143 (2005).

Wigley, S. Parliamentary Immunity: Protecting Democracy or Protecting Corruption? Journal of Political Philosophy 11, 23–40 (2003).

Wringe, B. Needs, Rights, and Collective Obligations. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement 57, 187–208 (2005).

Wringe, B. Simulation, Co-cognition, and the Attribution of Emotional States. European Journal of Philosophy 11, 354–374 (2003).

Wringe, B. Is Folk Psychology a Lakatosian Research Program? Philosophical Psychology 15, 343–358 (2002).


*Journal publications with Bilkent affiliation