Deep Self

OVERVIEW

Sripada, C. At the Center of Agency, the Deep Self. PDF

Deep Self and Moral Responsibility

Sripada, C. (forthcoming). The Fallibility Paradox. Special Issue of Social Philosophy & Policy. PDF

Sripada, C. (2018). Frankfurt’s Unwilling and Willing Addicts. Mind. PDF

Sripada, C. (2016). Free Will and the Construction of Options. Philosophical Studies. PDF

Sripada, C. (2015). Self-Expression: A Deep Self Theory of Moral Responsibility. Philosophical Studies. PDF

Sripada, C. (2015). Acting from the Gut: Responsibility Without Awareness. Journal of Consciousness StudiesPDF

Sripada, C (2015). Moral responsibility, Reasons, and the Self in David Shoemaker, Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. PDF

Sripada, C. (2015). Mental Illness, Moral Responsibility, and Expression of the Self. In D. Moseley and G. Gala, Philosophy and Psychiatry: Problems, Intersections and New Perspectives. PDF

Sripada, CS (2012). What Makes a Manipulated Agent Unfree? Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 85(3). 563–593. PDF

Deep Self and Intentional Action

Sripada, CS (2012). Mental state attributions and the side-effect effect. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48(1). 232–238. PDF

Sripada, CS, Konrath, S (2011). Telling more than we can know about intentional action. Mind & Language. 26(3). 353–380. PDF

Sripada, CS (2010). The Deep Self Model and asymmetries in folk judgments about intentional action. Philosophical Studies. 151(2). 159–176.  PDF