- Fixing internalism about perceptual content
- Towards a theory of offense
- Uncertainty and the act of making a difficult choice
- Editorial: self-illness ambiguity and narrative identity
- What do my problems say about me?
- Dimensions of self-illness ambiguity – a clinical and conceptual approach
- Empirical imperatives in understanding self-related changes
- Is a subpersonal virtue epistemology possible?
- What is the relationship between grief and narrative?
- On the self-ascription of deafferented bodily action
- Motivation reasons, responses and the Taking Condition
- Self-illness ambiguity and anorexia nervosa
- Positive illusion and the normativity of substantive and structural rationality
- On the immediate mental antecedent of action
- How to overcome self-illness ambiguity in addiction: making sense of one’s addiction rather than just rejecting it. A reply to McConnell and Golova
- Know thyself: bipolar disorder and self-concept
- ‘What it is like to be me’: from paranoia and projection to sympathy and self-knowledge
- Grief, alienation, and the absolute alterity of death
- Desire, imagination, and the perceptual analogy
- Are emotions necessary and sufficient for moral judgement (and what would it tell us)?
- Narrative, addiction, and three aspects of self-ambiguity
- Psychiatric fictionalism and narratives of responsibility
- Extending knowledge-how
- Moral encroachment and the ideal of unified agency
- The doxastic profile of the compulsive re-checker
- On the importance of breaks: transformative experiences and the process of narration
- Selves hijacked: affects and personhood in ‘self-illness ambiguity’
- Why difference-making mental causation does not save free will
- My Illness, My Self, and I: when self-narratives and illness-narratives clash
- Self-illness ambiguity, affectivity, and affordances
- Collective moral agency and self-induced moral incapacity
- Authoritatively avowing your imaginings by self-ascriptively expressing them
- Comment on ‘What’s special about “not feeling like oneself”?’