all papers are available upon request
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (under contract). From “blobs” to mental states: The epistemic successes and limitations of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). In, Advances in Neurophilosophy, ed. N. Heinzelmann. Bloomsbury Academic: New York, NY.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. & Rachar, M. (forthcoming). Response to Löhr: Why we still need a new normativism about collective action. The Philosophical Quarterly.
- Read, H., Gomez-Lavin, J., Beltrama, A., & Miracchi, L. (forthcoming). A plea for integrated empirical and philosophical research on the impact of feminized AI workers. Analysis.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. & Humphreys, J. (2022). Striking at the heart of cognition: Aristotelian phantasia, working memory, and psychological explanation. Journal of the History of Medicine and Medical Humanities. 34 (2),13-28.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. & Rachar, M. (2021). Why we need a new normativism about collective action. The Philosophical Quarterly.
- Fingerhut, J., Gomez-Lavin, J., Winklmayr, C., & Prinz, J. (2021) The aesthetic self. The Importance of aesthetic taste in music and art for our perceived identity. Frontiers in Psychology: Cultural Psychology, 11, 4079.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2021). Working memory is not a natural kind and cannot explain central cognition. Review of Philosophy and Psychology.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2019). Why expect causation at all? A pessimistic parallel with neuroscience. Philosophy and Biology, 34:61.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. & Rachar, M. (2019). Normativity in joint action. Mind and Language, 34 (1), 97-120
- Gomez-Lavin, J. & Prinz, J. (2019). Parole and the Moral Self: Moral change mitigates responsibility. Journal of Moral Education, 48 (1), 65-83
- Gomez-Lavin, J. Prinz, J., Strohminger, N., & Nichols, S. (2019). Expansive Interdisciplinarity and the moral self. In N. Snow & D. Narvaez (Eds.), Self, Motivation, and Virtue: New Findings from Philosophy and Psychology. New York: Routledge Press.
- Braunlich, K., Gomez-Lavin, J., & Seger, C. (2015). Frontalparietal networks involved in categorization and item working memory. NeuroImage, 107.
Essays, Proceedings, and Book Reviews
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2022).What virtuoso gamers show us about the instrumentality of videogames. Aesthetics for Birds.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2019). [Review of the book Art, Aesthetics, and the Brain, by Huston et al.]. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 77 (2), 219-222.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2018). Artworld Roundtable: Can today’s artists still sell out? Aesthetics for Birds.
- Gomez-Lavin, J., Fingerhut, J., & Prinz, J. (2017). The aesthetic self effect. Art and Perception, 5.
- Gomez-Lavin, J. (2017). [Review of the book The centered mind: What the science of working memory shows us, by P. Carruthers]. Philosophical Psychology, 30 (5), 685-688.
Work in preparation — available upon request
Gomez-Lavin, J. & Rachar, M. Morality, Friendship and Collective Action
Gomez-Lavin, J. The two faces of working memory
Gomez-Lavin, J. Reportability does not entail consciousness.
Gomez-Lavin, J. The central fallacy of AIR theories of consciousness.
Gomez-Lavin, J. Videogames and rampant spectation
Gomez-Lavin, J., Read, H., Beltrama, A., & Miracchi, L. A new framework for interdisciplinary approaches to assess the risks posed by feminized artificial intelligence