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“The Agency of the World: Causation in Stoic Physics,” in Ricardo Salles (ed.), Biology and Cosmology in Ancient Philosophy. From Thales to Avicenna, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.
“The Euthyphro Problem Revisited.” In David Kaspar (ed.), Explorations in Ethics, Palgrave Publishers, 2020, 25-46.
“Stoic Deﬁnitions Without Forms,” for Deﬁnitions and Essences from Aristotle to Kant, eds. Peter Anstey and David Bronstein.
“Incomplete Ignorance,” co-authored with Jens Haas, Epistemology After Sextus Empiricus, eds. Katja Maria Vogt and Justin Vlasits (OUP, 2020).
“Rethinking the Contest Between Pleasure and Wisdom: Plato’s Philebus: 11a-14b,” Plato’s Philebus, eds. Panos Dimas, Gabriel Richardson Lear, Russell Jones (OUP, forthcoming).
“A Unified Notion of Cause,” Rhizomata: A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 6(1) (2018): 65-86
“Love and Hatred,” co-authored with Jens Haas, Routledge Handbook of Love in Philosophy, ed. Adrienne Martin (Routledge, 2018), 344-356.
“What is Hedonism?” Pain and Pleasure in Classical Antiquity, ed. William Harris (Brill, 2018), 93-110.
“Who You Are Is What You Eat: Food in Ancient Thought,” Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics, eds. Anne Barnhill, Mark Budolfson, Tyler Doggett (OUP, 2018), 741-758.
“Introduction: Skepticism and Metaphysics in Diogenes Laertius,” Pyrrhonian Skepticism in Diogenes Laertius, Text and Translation (Greek-English) with Commentary and Essays, ed. Katja Maria Vogt, SAPERE Vol. XXVII (Mohr Siebeck, 2015), 3-14.
“All Sense-Perceptions are True: Epicurean Responses to Skepticism and Relativism,” Lucretius and Modernity, eds. Jacques Lezra and Lisa Blake (Palgrave, 2016), 145-159.
“Imagining Good Future States: Hope and Truth in Plato’s Philebus,” On the Psyche, Festschrift for Christopher Gill, eds. Richard Seaford, John Wilkins and Matthew Wright (OUP, 2016), 33-48.
“Ignorance and Investigation,” co-authored with Jens Haas, Routledge International Handbook on Ignorance, eds. Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey (Routledge, 2015 and 2022), 17-25.
“The Virtues and Happiness in Stoic Ethics,” The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Ethics, ed. Christopher Bobonich (CUP, 2017), 183-199.
“Plato on Madness and the Good Life,” Mental Illness in Antiquity, ed. William Harris (Brill, 2013), 177-192.
“Appearances and Assent: Sceptical Belief Reconsidered,” The Classical Quarterly 62 (2012): 648-663.
“The Aims of Sceptical Investigation,” Pyrrhonism in Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy, ed. Diego Machuca (Springer, 2011), 33-50.
“Why Pleasure Gains Fifth Rank: Against the Anti-Hedonist Interpretation of the Philebus,” Plato’s Philebus, eds. John Dillon and Luc Brisson (Akademia, 2010), 250-255.
“Duties to Others: Demands and Limits,” Kant’s Doctrine of Virtue, ed. Monika Betzler (De Gruyter, 2008), 219-243.
“The Good is Benefit: On the Stoic Definition of the Good,” Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (2008): 155-174.
“Anger, Present Injustice, and Future Revenge in Seneca’s De Ira,” eds. K. Volk and W. Gareth, New Developments in Seneca Studies (Brill, 2006), 57-74.
“Skeptische Suche und das Verstehen von Begriffen,” Wissen und Bildung in der antiken Philosophie, eds. Christof Rapp and Tim Wagner (Metzler, 2006), 325-339.