“The Actor Tells the Truth,” The Philosophers’ Magazine 76(1): pp. 61–65, DOI 10.5840/tpm20177619. Extract from, an article of the same title in David Bowie and Philosophy: Rebel Rebel, ed. Theodore G. Ammon, Open Court, 2016.
“No Dualism, Please. We’re Monists,” The Philosophers Magazine 63, 4th quarter, pp. 106–108.
The Rolling Stones and Philosophy: It’s Just a Thought Away, co-edited with Luke Dick, Open Court, 2011.
Dexter and Philosophy: Mind Over Spatter, with co-edited with Richard Greene and Rachel Robison-Greene, Open Court, 2011.
“The Flaming Lips of Bizarro World,” in Manga and Philosophy, edited by Josef Steiff and Adam Barkman, Open Court.
Radiohead and Philosophy: Fitter Happier More Deductive, co-editor with Brandon W. Forbes, Open Court.
“Is Radiohead the Pink Floyd of the Twenty-First Century?” in Radiohead and Philosophy, Open Court, pp. 3–14.
Pink Floyd and Philosophy: Careful with that Axiom, Eugene! (edited by George A. Reisch), Open Court Publishing Company.
“‘I Hate Pink Floyd’ and Other Fashion Mistakes of the 1960s, 70s, and beyond,” in Pink Floyd and Philosophy, Open Court, pp. 3–15.
“Pink Floyd: From Pompeii to Philosophy,” in Pink Floyd and Philosophy, Open Court, pp. ix–xiv.
“The Worms and the Wall: Michel Foucault on Syd Barrett,” in Pink Floyd and Philosophy, Open Court, pp. 257–69.
“Monty Python’s Utterly Devastating Critique of Ordinary Language Philosophy” in Gary Hardcastle & George A. Reisch, eds. Monty Python and Philosophy Chicago: Open Court, pp. 231-242.
“A Theory of Bullshit: Intelligently Designed” in Hardcastle & Reisch, ed. Bullshit and Philosophy: Guaranteed to Get Perfect Results Every Time. Chicago: Open Court.
With Gary L. Hardcastle, “What’s All This, Then? The Introduction” in Gary Hardcastle & George A. Reisch, eds. Monty Python and Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court, pp. 1-10.