X-phi and Moral Psychology
Psychological Differences Between A- and B-Theorists (draft available)
“Experimental Philosophy, Robert Kane, and the Concept of Free Will.” Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics 3 (1), 2015: pp. 281-296.
–Presented at the Free Will Conference at the Center for Cognition and Neuroethics, October 2014. Awarded the Kane-Dennett Prize.
–Presented at Blameless Buffalo? Conference on Free Will, May 2015
“Michael Smith & the Experimental Philosophers” presented at the University of Buffalo’s Regents Talk Series, Fall 2013
“ArgO: An Ontology for Arguments.” J. Neil Otte, Francesco Franda, Brian Donohue, John Beverley, Yonatan Schreiber, Alexander Cox and Jean-Baptiste Guillon. Presented at the Rich Semantics and Direct Representation for Digital Collections Conference, June 22, 2017. Toronto, Ontario.
“Mereological Relations Among Institutional and Deontic Roles”. J. Neil Otte and Mathias Brochhausen. (Under Review)
“Relations between Institutional Roles and Deontic Roles in Biomedical Organizations”, delivered with Mathias Brochhausen in the workshop “Representing social and legal entities in the biomedical domain” at the International Conference on Biological Ontology and BioCreative, August 1-4, 2016. Recipient of a 2016 BioCreative & ICBO fellowship.
“OOSTT, a Resource for Analyzing the Organizational Structures of Trauma Centers and Trauma Systems.” Joseph Utecht, John Judkins, J. Neil Otte, Terra Colvin Jr., Nicholas Rogers, Robert Rose, Maria Alvi, Amanda Hicks, Jane Ball, Stephen M. Bowman, Robert T. Maxsona, Rosemary Nabaweesia, Rohit Pradhana, Nels D. Sanddald, and M. Eduard Tudoreanu, Robert J. Winchell, Mathias Brochhausen. International Conference on Biological Ontology and BioCreative, August 1-4, 2016.
“An Ontological Approach to Territorial Disputes” by Brian Donohue, J. Neil Otte, and Barry Smith. Published in the Proceedings of the Semantic Technology for Intelligence, Defense, and Security 2014.
“Toward a Game Theory Ontology” (forthcoming). Video Lecture 4.26.
“Man a Machine, Man a Yogi” included in Yoga and Philosophy. Wiley-Blackwell. Copyright 2011.
“Truth and Film: Nelson Goodman, Werner Herzog, and Dogme95” presented at the University of Toronto, Truth Matters Conference. Fall 2010.
“Is There Evidence from Evil that Theism is False? A Public Debate” a public debate held at the University at Buffalo. I argued in the affirmative, and my colleague David Limbaugh offered rebuttal. Link.