M1. Knowledge, Stakes and Error. A Psychological Account, Frankfurt a. M.: Klostermann, 2019.

Journal articles

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

C1. "Knowledge and non-traditional factors. Prospects for doxastic accounts," Synthese. SI: The Epistemic Significance of Non-Epistemic Factors, ed. by Nikola Kompa, Igal Kvart and Andrea Robitzsch, 2020.

Work in progress

A direction effect on taste predicates (with Julia Zakkou)
A paper on the acquaintance inference for predicates of personal taste (with Julia Zakkou)
A paper on how to explain practical factor effects on knowledge attributions
A paper on loose talk