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The Significance of Phenomenology. (In preparation.) Palgrave MacMillan Innovations in Philosophy.



Kiverstein, J. forthcoming 2016: Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of the Social Mind (Routledge Taylor Francis)

Kiverstein, J. & Wheeler, M. (Ed’s) 2012. Heidegger and Cognitive Science (Palgrave, MacMillan, New Directions in Cognitive Science and Philosophy)

Vierkant, T., Clark, A., and Kiverstein, J. (Ed’s) 2013. Decomposing the Will (Oxford University Press, Philosophy of Mind Series)



Kiverstein, J., Phemister, P. & Basile, P. (Ed’s) 2010. The Metaphysics of Consciousness: Essays in honour of Timothy Sprigge, Philosophy: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement

Kiverstein, J. & Clark, A. (Ed’s) 2009. The Enacted Mind and The Extended Mind, Topoi: an International Review of Philosophy 28.1



Kiverstein, J. (forthcoming, 2015) Empathy as responsiveness to social affordances. Consciousness and Cognition

Kiverstein, J. & Rietveld, E. (forthcoming, 2015) The primacy of skilled intentionality. Philosophia

Kiverstein, J.& Miller, M. (forthcoming, 2015) The embodied brain: an argument from neuroscience for radically embodied cognition. Frontiers in Psychology (Human Neuroscience).

Rietveld, E. & Kiverstein, J. 2014. The rich landscape of affordances. Ecological Psychology.

Kiverstein, J. Farina, M. & Clark, A. 2013. The extended mind. Oxford Bibliographies Online.

Kiverstein, J. 2013. Social understanding without mentalising. Philosophical Topics.

Kiverstein, J. 2012. The meaning of embodiment. Topics in Cognitive Science doi: 10.1111/j.1756-8765.2012.01219.x.

Kiverstein, J. & Farina, M. 2011. “Embraining culture: leaky minds and spongey brains.” In Teorema

Kiverstein, J. 2010. “Making sense of phenomenal unity: an intentionalist account of temporal experience.” in Kiverstein, J., Phemister, P. & Basile, P. (Ed’s) The Metaphysics of Consciousness: Essays in honour of Timothy Sprigge, Philosophy: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement

Kiverstein, J. 2009. “The minimal sense of self, temporality and the brain.” In Psyche: an interdisciplinary journal of research on consciousness 15.1 (Short-listed essay in Consciousness in the Natural and Cultural Context Essay Award for Junior Scholars)

Kiverstein, J. & Clark, A. 2009. “Mind, Embodied, Embedded, Enacted: One Church or Many. Introduction to Special Issue.” In Topoi 28.1

Gangopadhay, N & Kiverstein, J. 2009. “Enactivism and the Unity of Perception and Action.” In Topoi 28.1

Kiverstein, J. 2008. “Consciousness, the Minimal Self and Brain.” In Synthesis Philosophica 44, 22.2

Kiverstein, J. & Clark, A. 2008. “Bootstrapping the mind.” In Behavioural and Brain Sciences 31: 41-52

Kiverstein, J. 2007. “Could a robot have a subjective point of view?” In Journal of Consciousness Studies 14.7, 127-39.



Kiverstein, J. Farina, M. & Clark, A. (forthcoming, 2015). Sensory Substitution. In M. Mohan (Ed) The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception. New York: Oxford University Press.

Kiverstein, J. & Arstilla, V. 2013. Time in mind: the neurophilosophy of temporality. In A. Bardon & H. Dyke (Eds) Blackwell companion to philosophy of time. Wiley Blackwell.

Vierkant, T., Kiverstein, J., & Clark, A. Decomposing the will: Introduction.

Kiverstein, J. 2012. What is Heideggerian Cognitive Science? In Heidegger and Cognitive Science, pp.1-65.

Kiverstein, J. & Farina, M. 2012. Do sensory substitution devices extend the conscious mind? In F. Paglieri (Ed) Consciousness in interaction: the role of the natural and social context in shaping consciousness. John Benjamins Publishing. pp.19-40.

Kiverstein, J. 2010. “Sensorimotor knowledge and the contents of experience.” In N. Gangopdhay, M. Madary, & F. Spicer (Ed’s) Perception, Action and Consciousness: Sensorimotor Dynamics and Dual Vision. Oxford University Press. pp.257-275.

Kiverstein, J. 2009: “Wittgenstein, Qualia and the Autonomy of Grammar.” In Zamuner, E. & Levy, D. (Ed’s) Wittgenstein’s Enduring Arguments. Routledge. pp.30-60.