See also site (papers and drafts):

Researchgate site (papers and drafts): 

2016.  “From Laws to Powers.” In Rethinking Order: After the Laws of Nature, ed. Nancy Cartwright and Keith Ward, Bloomsbury, pp. 157-183.

2014.  “Beyond Reduction: From Naturalism to Cognitive Pluralism” (target article) Mind and Matter, 12(2), pp. 197-224.

2014.  “Replies by Horst” (3000 word response to commentators on target article) Mind and Matter, 12(2), pp. 238-244.

2014.  “Extended Cognitive Science, Neutral Monism, and Cognitive Pluralism (Comments on Silberstein)” Mind and Matter, 12(2),

2014.  “Physicalism, Explanation and Dependence (Comments on Seager)” (2000 word commentary) Mind and Matter, 12(2),

2014.   “Dual Aspects and Neutral Monism: Some Cognitivist Concerns (Comments on Atmanspacher)” (2000 word commentary) Mind and Matter, 12(2),

2014.  “Alan Turing and the Cartesian Challenge.” Online article for special issue of The Critique on Alan Turing. December 31, 2014.

2014.  “Whose Intuitions? Which Dualism?” in The Roots of Religion: Exploring the Cognitive Science of Religion, ed. Roger Trigg and Justin L. Barrett, Ashgate, pp. 37-54.

2014.  “Miracles and Two Accounts of Scientific Laws”. Zygon, 49(2), June 2014.

2013.  “Notions of Intuition in Cognitive Science of Religion.” The Monist. Vol. 96, no. 2, pp. 378-399.

2011.  “Freedom and Natural Laws”. The Montreal Review. September, 2011.

2011.  “Reply to Silberstein”.  (Reply to review article on Beyond Reduction.)  Philosophical Psychology 24(4): 575-584.

2010.   “Theories of Mind and Post-Reductionist Philosophy of Science”, Transdisciplinarity in Science and Religion, 6 (2010), 279-298.

2010.   “Phenomenological Perspectives on Psychophysics,” Handbook of Phenomenology and Cognitive Science, edited by Shaun Gallagher.  Springer.

2010.   Updated entry, “Computational Theory of Mind,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

2009.  “Naturalisms in Philosophy of Mind.”  Philosophy Compass 4/1 (2009), pp. 219-254.

2005.   “Modeling, Localization, and the Explanation of Phenomenological Properties.”  In Synthese special issue on philosophy of neuroscience, volume 147, issue 3, pp. 477-513

2005.   “Phenomenology and Psychophysics”. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (2005) 4: 1-21.

2003.   “Computational Theory of Mind.”  Entry for online Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

2001.  “Evolutionary Explanation and Consciousness.”  Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 30 (2001) No. 1, 41-50.

1999.  “Symbols and Computation.” Minds and Machines, Volume 9, No. 3, pages 347-381.

1999.  “Evolutionary Explanation and the Hard Problem of Consciousness.”  Journal of Consciousness Studies.  Vol. 6, No. 1 , pp. 39-48.

1998.  “Comments on Zytkow’s article.”  Foundations of Science Vol 3., No. 1 (1998): Reduction in Science.  Pages 103-107.

1998.  “Our Animal Bodies”, for Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Vol. XXII: Philosophy and the Emotions, edited by Peter French.

1998.  “The Computational Theory of Mind”, for MIT Press Encyclopaedia of Cognitive Science.

1995.  “Eliminativism and the Ambiguity of ‘Belief’” , Synthese 104(123-145), July 1995.

1992.  “Notions of ‘Representation’ and the Diverging Interests of Philosophy and Empirical Research,” Proceedings of the Conference on Cognition and Representation, Technical Report of the SUNY at Buffalo Center for Cognitive Science, 1992.