M1. Knowledge, Stakes and Error. A Psychological Account, Frankfurt a. M.: Klostermann, 2019.
Book symposion in Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung:
- Précis,
- comments by Andy Mueller,
- comments by Steffen Lesle and,
- my replies.

Journal articles

J14. "A direction effect on taste predicates," Philosophers' Imprint, forthcoming (with Julia Zakkou).
J13. "Taste, traits, and tendencies," Philosophical Studies, forthcoming (with Julia Zakkou).
J12. "Much at stake in knowledge," Mind & Language, forthcoming (with Julia Zakkou).
J11. "Relativism and conservatism," Erkenntnis, forthcoming.
J10. "Knowledge and availability," Philosophical Psychology, 31/4, 2018, 554-573.
J9. "Anti-intellectualism, egocentrism and bank case intuitions," Philosophical Studies, 175/11, 2018, 2841–2857.
J8. "Knowledge, intuition and implicature," Synthese, 195/6, 2018, 2821–2843.
J7. "Relativism, disagreement and testimony," Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 98/S1, 2017, 497-519.
J6. "Relativism and assertion," Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 95/4, 2017, 730-740.
J5. "Skeptical pragmatic invariantism: good, but not good enough," Synthese, 193/8, 2016, 2577-2593.
J4. "Epistemic invariantism and contextualist intuitions," Episteme, 13/2, 2016, 219-232.
J3. "Innocent implicatures," Journal of Pragmatics, 87, 2015, 54-63.
J2. "The many-relations problem for adverbialism," Analysis, 75/2, 2015, 231-237.
J1. "Epistemic contextualism can be stated properly," Synthese, 191/15, 2014, 3541-3556.

Contributions to special issues and collected volumes

Work in progress

A paper on how to explain practical factor effects on knowledge attributions
A paper on loose talk and knowledge ascriptions
A paper on loose talk and absolute gradable adjectives
A paper on degrees of acceptance