Joshua ShepherdPrincipal Investigator
Assistant Professor, Carleton University
Research Professor, University of Barcelona
Joshua Shepherd does work in the philosophy of mind and action, and in practical ethics. After receiving his PhD from Florida State, he went to the University of Oxford, where he worked as a research fellow with the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Carleton University and a Research Professor at the University of Barcelona, where he directs the project ‘Rethinking Conscious Agency,’ which is funded by the European Research Council.
Shepherd, Joshua (2018). Intelligent action guidance and the use of mixed representational formats. Synthese: 1-20. DOI: 10.1007/s11229-018-1892-7
The moral insignificance of self-consciousness, (2017). European Journal of Philosophy 25(2): 395-415.
Conscious action/Zombie action, (2016). Noûs 50(2): 219-244.
Conscious control over action, (2015). Mind & Language 30(3): 320-344.
X-phi and Carnapian explication, with James Justus (2015). Erkenntnis 80(2): 381-402.
Deciding as intentional action: Control over decisions, (2015). Australasian Journal of Philosophy 93(2): 335-351.
Scientific challenges to free will and moral responsibility, (2015). Philosophy Compass 10(3): 197-207.
The contours of control (2014). Philosophical Studies 170(3): 395-411.
Causalism and intentional omission (2014). American Philosophical Quarterly 51: 15-26.