Eric Marcus

Professor, Department of Philosophy, Auburn University


My first book, Rational Causation (Harvard University Press 2012), has been reviewed in Analysis (Sara Worley), The Journal of Moral Philosophy (John Schwenkler), The Philosophers’ Magazine (Clayton Littlejohn), Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (James A. Montmarquet), Metapsychology (George Tudorie) and Reason Papers (Bernardo Aguilera). Analysis has also published a précis, Kieran Setiya’s portion of an APA session on Rational Causation and my reply. An interview, part of the New Books in Philosophy podcast series, is here.

My second book, Belief, Inference, and the Self-Conscious Mind (2021) is available from Oxford University Press. Keshav Singh has reviewed it for Mind. A symposium in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research is posted below.

A new book, Between Thought and Expression: On the Incarnation of Meaning, is in preparation.