Liberating Content, (w. H. Cappelen) Oxford University Press, 2016

Imagination and Convention: Distinguishing Grammar and Inference in Language, (with Matthew Stone), Oxford University Press, 2015.

  • "The breadth of semantics: reply to Szabo, Horn, and Bezuidenhout," (with M. Stone), InquIry, 2015, VOL. XX, nO. X, pages 1–12 (in pdf)
  • "Semantics, Coherence, and Intentions: Reply to Carston, Collins and Hawthorne” (with M. Stone), Mind & Language, Vol. 31, No. 5 November 2016, pp. 647–655. (in pdf)
  • "Précis of Imagination and Convention,” (with M. Stone), in Croatian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. XVI, No. 47, 2016: 129-144, with commentaries by Esther Romero/Belen Soria, D Harris,  M.  Johnson, and Jessica Keiser. (in pdf)
  • Problems and Perspectives on the Limits of Pragmatics: Reply to Critics (with M Stone), in Polish Journal of Philisophy, Vol. X, No. 1 (Spring 2016), pp. 117-126 (in pdf)

Meaning, Mind and Matter: Philosophical Essays, (with Barry Loewer), Oxford University Press, 2011.

Language Turned on Itself, (with H. Cappelen) Oxford University Press, 2007.

Donald Davidson’s Truth-Theoretic Semantics, (with K. Ludwig) Oxford University Press, 2006.

Donald Davidson: Truth, Meaning, Rationality and Mind, (with K. Ludwig), Oxford University Press, 2005.

  • Radical Misinterpretation: Reply to Stoutland (with K. Ludwig), 2006, forthcoming inInternational Journal of Philosophy (in pdf)

Insensitive Semantics: in defense of semantic minimalism and speech act pluralism, (with H. Cappelen), Basil Blackwell, 2004. Click here to buy

  • Replies to Bach, Hawthorne, Korta/Perry and Stainton, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2006. (in pdf)
  • 'Reply to Critics', (w. H. Cappelen), Mind & Language, Vol. 21 No. 1 February 2006, pp. 50–73.(in pdf)

The Compositionality Papers, (with J. Fodor), Oxford University Press, 2002.

What Every College Student Should Know: How to Find the Best Teachers and Learn the Most from Them. (with Sarah-Jane Leslie). Rutgers University Press, 2002. Available from Amazon books.

Meaning and Argument: An Introduction to Logic through Language, Basil Blackwell, 2000, revised edition, 2003. 2nd ed. 2009, with Sam Cumming.

Holism: A Shopper's Guide, (with J. Fodor), Basil Blackwell, 1992; paperback, 1992. Translated into Japanese, 1997.

  • "Replies to Block and Boghossian," Mind and Language, (with J. Fodor), 8, 1993, 41-48.
  • "Replies to Brandom, Churchland, Devitt, McLaughlin, and Rey on HOLISM," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, (with J. Fodor), September 1993, 673-683.
  • "Replies to 11 Critics on HOLISM," Grazer Philosophica, (with J. Fodor), 1994, 303-322.
  • "Replies to Perry and Boghossian on HOLISM," Philosophical Studies 77, (with J. Fodor), 1994, 139-147.


Edited Books

Philosophy and Poetry, (with H. Wettstein), Midwest Studies in Philosophy. vol. 33, 2009

The Essential Davidson, (with K. Ludwig), Oxford University Press, 2006 

Handbook in Philosophy of Language, ed. (with B. Smith), Oxford University Press, 2006.

Rutgers University Invitation to Cognitive Science, ed., (with Z. Pylyshyn), Basil Blackwell, 1999.

Holism: A Consumer's Update, ed. and comments, (with J. Fodor), Kluewer, 1994.

The Philosophy of Donald Davidson: Perspectives on Inquires into Truth and Interpretation, ed., Basil Blackwell, 1986; paperback, 1989.

The Philosophy of Donald Davidson: Perspectives on Action and Events, ed., (with B. McLaughlin) Basil Blackwell, 1985; paperback, February, 1988.

New Directions in Semantics, ed., Academic Press, 1986; paperback, 1989.

John Searle and his Critics, ed., (with R. van Gulick), Basil Blackwell, 1990; paperback, 1993.