- Philosophy of Mind
- Metaphysics (Physicalism)
- Cognitive Science (Expertise, Consciousness, Proprioception)
- Utilitarianism in Infinite Worlds
Courses Recently Taught
- Metaphysics (Spring 2013)
- Bodily Awareness (Spring 2009)
Montero, B. G. (2016), Thought in Action: Expertise and the Conscious Mind,
(Oxford University Press).
Toner, J., Montero, B. and Moran, A. (2015), “The Perils of Automaticity," Review of General Psychology
, 19 (4), 431-422.
Montero, B.G. (2015), “Philosophy of Mind in 19th
Century Germany,” in The Oxford Handbook of 19th Century German Philosophy
, edited by Forster, M. and G. Kristen, Oxford University Press, 354-370.
Montero, B.G. (2013), “Must Physicalism Imply the Supervenience of the Mental on the Physical?” Journal of Philosophy
Montero, B.G., and Evans, C. (2011), “Intuitions without Concepts Lose the Game: Mindedness in the Art of Chess,” Phenomenology and Cognitive Science
, 10:2, pp. 175-194.
Montero, B.G. (2013), “The Artist as Critic: Dance Training, Neuroscience and Aesthetic Evaluation,” Journal of
Aesthetics and Art Criticism,
71:2, pp. 169–175.
Cole, J. and Montero, B. (2007), “Affective Proprioception” Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts,
Special Issue Edited by Shaun Gallagher, 9.2 (2007), pp. 299-317.
Montero, B. (2006), “Proprioception as an Aesthetic Sense,” Aesthetics and Art Criticism
, 64: 2, pp. 231-242.
Montero, B. and Papineau, D. (2005), “The Via Negativa
Argument for Physicalism,” Analysis
, 65:3, pp. 233-237.
Montero, B. (1999), “The Body Problem,” Noûs
, 33:3, pp. 183-20.