Dwelling: Heidegger, Archaeology, Mortality (Routledge).
“Phenomenology between aesthetics and idealism provides a highly accessible and well-written introduction to an otherwise difficult field. It will be extremely useful for readers looking to find a point of entry into Heidegger’s thought and its transcendental-phenomenological context.” Jeff Malpas Distinguished Professor University of Tasmania
Some Book chapters
‘Art, materiality and the meaning of being: Heidegger on the work of art and the significance of things’, in, Heidegger and the Work of Art History, ed. A. Boetzkes and A. Vinegar, Ashgate.
Heidegger and the Work of Art History
‘Did Homo erectus dwell? Heidegger and human origins research’ in, Twenty-First Century Heidegger, ed. T. Georgakis and P. Ennis, Springer 2014.
Heidegger in the Twenty-First Century (Contributions To Phenomenology)
‘Are animals poor in the world? A critique of Heidegger’s anthropocentrism’, Anthropocentrism: Investigations into the History of an Idea, ed. R. Boddice, Brill 2011.
Anthropocentrism (Human-Animal Studies)
‘Between Medieval and Modern beholding: Heidegger, Deleuze and the Duns Scotus affair’ in, Heresy and the Making of European Culture: medieval and modern perspectives, ed. A. Roach and J. Simpson, Ashgate, 2013.
Heresy and the Making of European Culture: Medieval and Modern Perspectives
‘Museums, ethics and truth’ in Bergqvist, A., Harrison, V.S. and Kemp, K., eds. (2014) Philosophy and Museums: Ethics, Aesthetics and Ontology, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. (forthcoming).
‘A Recreation of a Visual Engagement and the Revelation of World Views in Bronze Age Scotland’ (with Gail Higginbottom and Andrew Smith) in, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, Springer, December 2013.
‘Toward a phenomenological cognitive archaeology’, Phenomenology & Mind, The Phenomenology Lab and San Raffaele University Publishing House, 2011.
‘Abstracta in Concreta: Engaging Museum Collections in Philosophical and Religious Studies Research’ (with V. Harrison), Learning at the Interface Case Study, University of Brighton, 2011.
‘Heidegger, Gadamer and the work of archaeology’, in Rundbrief der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Theorie in der Archäologie, 2010.
‘Action, practical agency and evolution or, how phenomenological accounts of intentionality ground cognitive archaeology’, The Phenomenology Lab: Phenomenology, Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science Blog, 2010.
‘Making Connections: some initial thoughts on communication, constructivism and formative assessment’, in, Discourse: Learning and Teaching in Philosophical and Religious Studies, Volume 8, No.2, Spring 2009.
‘The Return of the Relative: Hamilton, Bergson, Merleau-Ponty and French Phenomenology’, in, Janus Head, Volume 11, Issues 1 & 2, Summer/Fall 2008.
‘Haecceitas and the question of being: Heidegger and Duns Scotus’, in, Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy, December, 2008.
The Significance of the Thing: the importance of collecting, Research Collections, Glasgow Caledonian University, 2008.
‘Duns Scotus’s concept of the univocity of being: another look’, in, Pli: The Warwick Journal of Philosophy, Volume 18, Spring 2007.
The Bloomsbury Companion to Continental Philosophy (Bloomsbury Companions)
‘Foucault’, in, The Bloomsbury Companion to Continental Philosophy, ed. J. Mullarkey and B. Lord, Continuum, 2009.
‘Marx and Marxism’, in, The Bloomsbury Companion to Continental Philosophy, ed. J. Mullarkey and B. Lord, Continuum, 2009.
‘Structuralism’, in, The Bloomsbury Companion to Continental Philosophy, ed. J. Mullarkey and B. Lord, Continuum, 2009.