Benjamin Ian WINOKUR

Forthcoming         “Self-Knowledge and Interpersonal Reasoning.” Dialectica, ~8900 words.

2023b                     “Authority As (Qualified) Indubitability.” Inquiry,

2023a                     “How to Commit to Commissive Self-Knowledge.” European Journal of Philosophy,

2022c                     “Bots: Some Less Considered Epistemic Problems.” Social Epistemology, vol. 37 (5): 713-725.

2022b                     “There is Something to the Authority Thesis.” Journal of Philosophical Research, vol. 47: 115-132.

2022a                     “Authoritatively Avowing Your Imaginings by Self-Ascriptively Expressing Them.” Philosophical Explorations, vol. 26 (1): pp. 23-29.

2021c                     “Davidson, First-Person Authority, and Direct Self-Knowledge.” Synthese, vol. 199 (5-6): pp. 13421-13440.

2021b                     “Inference and Self-Knowledge.” Logos & Episteme, vol. 12 (1): pp. 77-98.

2021a                     “Critical Reasoning and the Inferential Transparency Method.” Res Philosophica, vol. 98 (1): pp. 23-42.

2021           York Faculty of Graduate Studies Thesis and Dissertation Prize (nominee)

2019           Graduate Fellowship of Distinction in Philosophy

2017           Ontario Graduate Scholarship

2014            Kitty and Lou Newman Memorial Graduate Scholarship