Publication List


Social Practices as Biological Niche Construction, University of Chicago Press, 2023.

Articulating the World: Conceptual Understanding and the Scientific Image, University of Chicago Press, 2015.

How Scientific Practices Matter: Reclaiming Philosophical Naturalism, University of Chicago Press, 2002.

Engaging Science: How to Understand its Practices Philosophically, Cornell University Press,1996; Chinese translation 2010.

Knowledge and Power: Toward a Political Philosophy of Science, Cornell University Press, 1987; Japanese translation, 2000; Chinese translation, 2003.


John Haugeland, Dasein Disclosed, edited with introduction by Joseph Rouse, Harvard University Press, 2013.


“Has There Been a Second Kuhnian Transformation in the Philosophical Image of Science?,” in Thomas Kuhn and the 21st Century Philosophy of Science, ed., Yafeng Shan, Palgrave, forthcoming.

“Practices, Normativity, and the Natural History of Biological Niche Construction,” in Wittgenstein and Practice, ed. Kevin Michael Cahill, Palgrave, forthcoming.

“The Evolution of Articulated Reasons: Reasoning as Discursive Niche Construction, in Why and How We Give and Ask for Reasons, ed. Jaroslav Peregrin and Preston Stovall, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

“Theories of Practices,” in Oxford Handbook of Social Ontology, ed. Stephanie Collins, Brian Epstein, Sally Haslanger and Hans-Bernhard Schmid, forthcoming.

“Introduction” (in French) to Karen Barad, Frankenstein, la grenouille et l’électron, Asinamali, 2023.

“The Radical Naturalism of Naturalized Philosophy of Science,” Topoi 42 (2023): 719-32,

“Liberal or Radical Naturalism?” in David Macarthur and Mario de Caro, eds., Handbook of Liberal Naturalism, Routledge, 2022, 177-189.

“Stance and Being,” Journal of the American Philosophical Association 7 (2021), 20-39,

“Social Practices,” Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Second Edition, 2021.

“Dasein”, in Mark Wrathall, ed., The Heidegger Lexicon, Cambridge University Press, 2021.

“World-Articulating Animals,” in Jack Marsh, Matthew Burch, & Irene McMullin, eds., Normativity, Meaning, and the Promise of Phenomenology, Routledge, May 2019.

“Bodily Postures and the Normativity of Niche Constructive Practices,” in Questions of Practice in Philosophy and Social Theory, ed. Anders Buch and Theodore Schatzki, Routledge 2018, 13-30.

“Naturecultural Inferentialism,” in From Rules to Meanings: New Essays in Inferentialism, ed. Ondřej Beran, Vojtěch Kolman, and Ladislav Koreň, Routledge, 239-48, in press.

“Beyond Realism and Anti-Realism—At Last?, Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science, vol. 9 (2017), 46-51, special issue on “Contemporary Issues Concerning Scientific Realism: The Future of the Scientific Realism Debate”

“Articulating the World: Conceptual Understanding and the Scientific Image,” in Bas van Fraassen and Isabelle Peschard, eds., The Experimental Side of Modeling, University of Minnesota Press, 94-117.

“The Conceptual and Ethical Normativity of Intra-Active Phenomena,” Rhizomes 30,

“Normativity,” in Julian Kiverstein, ed., Routledge Handbook of Social Mind, Routledge, 545-61.

“Love and Death,” in Zed Adams and Jake Browning, eds., Giving a Damn: John Haugeland’s Philosophy, MIT Press, 2016, 131-58.

“Toward a New Naturalism: Niche Construction, Conceptual Normativity and Scientific Practice,” in Mark Risjord, ed. Normativity and Naturalism in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Routledge, 2016, 28-42.

“Laws, Scientific Practice, and the Contingency/Inevitability Question,” in Léna Soler and Emiliano Trizio, ed., Science as It Could Have Been, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2016, 317-331.

“Scientific Law, Natural Necessity, and Heideggerian Ontology,” Journal of the Dialectics of Nature 37 (2015), 89-101.

Review Essay, Denis McManus, Heidegger & the Measure of Truth, Gatherings 4 (2014):106-117

“Scientific Practices and the Scientific Image,” in Léna Soler et al., ed.., Rethinking Science After the Practice Turn, Routledge, 2014, 277-294.

“Temporal Externalism and the Normativity of Linguistic Practice,” Journal for the Philosophy of History 8 (2014):20-38.

“Geist, Körper und Welt: Todes und McDowell über Körper und Sprache,” Tr. Hannes Worthmann. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 61 (2013):787-809.

“What is the Phenomenon of Conceptual Understanding?” in Joseph Schear, ed., Mind, Reason and Being-in-the-World, Routledge, 2013, pp. 250-271.

“Recovering Thomas Kuhn,” Topoi, 32 (1), 2013, pp. 59-64

“Articulating the World: Experimental Systems and Conceptual Understanding,” International Studies in Philosophy of Science 25 (2011): 243-254.

“Philosophy of Science and Science Studies in the West: An Unrecognized Convergence,” East Asian Science and Technology Studies 5 (2011): 11-27.

“Interview with Joseph Rouse,” Philosophy of Science: Five Questions, ed. Robert Rosenberger, Copenhagen: VIP/Automatic Press, 2010, pp. 185-198.

“Why Write Histories of Science?” History of the Human Sciences 23 (4), 2010, pp. 100-104.

“Standpoint Theories Reconsidered,” Hypatia 24 (2009): 244-252.

“Laboratory Fictions,” in M. Suárez, ed., Fiction in Science: Philosophical Essays on Modeling and Idealization, New York: Routledge, 2008, 37-55.

“Naturalism and Scientific Practices: A Concluding Scientific Postscript,” in Chienkuo Michael Mi and Ruey-lin Chen, eds., Naturalized Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007, 61-86.

“Social Practices and Normativity,” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 37 (2007): 46-56.

“Practice Theory,” in S. Turner and M. Risjord, ed., Handbook of the Philosophy of Science. Vol. 15: Philosophy of Anthropology and Sociology. Dordrecht: Elsevier, 2007, 630-681.

“Epistemological Derangement,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 36 (2005): 835-847.

“Civilizing Knowledge,” History and Theory 44 (October 2005):416-430.

“Mind, Body, and World: Todes and McDowell on Bodies and Language,” Inquiry 48 (2005): 38-61.

“Heidegger on Science and Naturalism,” in G. Gutting, ed., Continental Philosophies of Science, Blackwell, 2005, 123-141.

“Heidegger on Science,” in H. Dreyfus and M. Wrathall, ed., A Companion to Heidegger, Blackwell, 2005, 173-189.

“Merleau-Ponty and the Existential Conception of Science,” in T. Carman and M. Hansen, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Merleau-Ponty, Cambridge University Press, 2004, 265-290.

“Barad’s Feminist Naturalism,” Hypatia 19 (2004), 142-161.

“Remedios and Fuller on Normativity and Science,” Philosophy of the Social Sciences 33 (2003): 464-471.

“From Realism or Antirealism to Science as Solidarity,” in C. Guignon & D. Hiley, ed., Richard Rorty, Cambridge University Press, 2003, 81-104.

“Kuhn’s Philosophy of Scientific Practice,” in T. Nickles, ed., Thomas Kuhn, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2002, 101-21.

“Vampires: Social Constructivism, Realism, and Other Philosophical Undead,” History and Theory 41 (February 2002), 60-78.

“Two Concepts of Practices,” in T. Schatzki, K. Knorr-Cetina, and E. von Savigny, ed., The Practice Turn in Contemporary Theory, London: Routledge, 2001, 189-98.

“Cultural Studies of Science,” International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2001, 3125-27.

“Coping and its Contrasts,” in J. Malpas and M. Wrathall, ed., Heidegger, Coping, and Cognitive Science, MIT Press, 2000, 7-28.

“Truth, Scientific Understanding and Haugeland’s Existential Ontology,” Philosophical Topics, 27 (Fall 1999), 149-176

“Should We Still Ask the Question that Scientific Realism Would Answer?,” Modern Schoolman 71, January/March 1999, 29-32.

“Understanding Scientific Practices: Cultural Studies of Science as a Philosophical Program,” in M. Biagioli, ed., Science Studies Reader, New York: Routledge, 1999, 442-56.

“Heideggerian Philosophy of Science,” Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 1998.

“New Philosophies of Science in North America–Twenty Years Later,” Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie 29 (1998), 73-124.

“Kuhn and Scientific Practices,” Configurations 6 (1998), 33-51.

“Beyond Epistemic Sovereignty,” in P. Galison and D. Stump, ed., The Disunity of Science: Boundaries, Contexts, and Power, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996, 398-416.

“Feminism and the Social Construction of Scientific Knowledge,” in L. H. Nelson and J. Nelson, Feminism, Science, and the Philosophy of Science, Dordrecht: Reidel, 1996, 195-215.
Reprinted in S. Harding, ed., Feminist Standpoint Theory Reader, New York: Routledge, 2004, 353-74.

“Engaging Science through Cultural Studies,” in D. Hull, M. Forbes, R. Burian, eds., PSA 1994, Volume 2, East Lansing: Philosophy of Science Association, 1995, 396-401.

“Power/Knowledge,” in Gary Gutting, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Foucault, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994, 92-114; revised for second edition, 2005, 95-122.

“Foucault and the Natural Sciences,” in J. Caputo and M. Yount, ed., Foucault and the Critique of Institutions, State College, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993, 137-62.

“What Are Cultural Studies of Scientific Knowledge?” Configurations 1 (1993), 1-22.
Japanese translation of “What Are Cultural Studies of Scientific Knowledge?”, tr. K. Narisada and A. Akihiro, Gendai Siso, May 1996, 308-324.

“The Politics of Postmodern Philosophy of Science,” Philosophy of Science 58, December 1991, 607-627.

“The Dynamics of Power and Knowledge in Science,” Journal of Philosophy 88, 1991, 658-667.

“Policing Knowledge: Disembodied Policy for Embodied Knowledge,” Inquiry 34, 1991, 353-64.

“Philosophy of Science and the Persistent Narratives of Modernity,” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 22, 1991, 141-62.

“Indeterminacy, Empirical Evidence, and Methodological Pluralism,” Synthese 86, 1991, 443-465.

“Interpretation in Natural and Human Science,” in D. Hiley, J. Bohman, and R. Shusterman, eds., The Interpretive Turn, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1991, 42-56.

“Response to Krips,” Metascience, 1991, 27-30.

“Response to Vogel and Roberts,” Social Epistemology 5, 1991, 293-299.

“The Narrative Reconstruction of Science,” Inquiry, 33, 1990, 179-96.

“Review Essay, Richard Miller’s Fact and Method,” History and Theory, 28, 1989, 125-132.

“Kierkegaard on Truth,” Idealistic Studies, 18, May 1988, 145-171.

“Arguing for the Natural Ontological Attitude,” in A. Fine and J. Leplin, ed., PSA 1988, Volume I, East Lansing, Michigan: Philosophy of Science Association, 1988, 294-301.

“Husserlian Phenomenology and Scientific Realism,” Philosophy of Science 54, June 1987, 222-232.

“Merleau-Ponty and the Existential Conception of Science,” Synthese 66, Feb. 1985, 249-272.

“Heidegger’s Later Philosophy of Science,” Southern Journal of Philosophy 23, Spring 1985, 75-92.

“Science and the Theoretical `Discovery’ of the Present-at-Hand,” in Descriptions, D. Ihde and H. Silverman, eds., Albany: S.U.N.Y. Press, 1985, 200-210.

“Recombinant DNA: Reflections on Scientific Knowledge and Its Place in Public Controversy,” Berkshire Review, 1983, 33-46.

“Kuhn, Heidegger, and Scientific Realism,” Man and World, 14, October 1981, 269-290.


Review of Carl Sachs, Intentionality and the Myths of the Given, International Journal of Philosophical Studies 23 (2015): 766-70.

Review of Sherry Turkle, ed.,Falling for Science: Objects in Mind, The European Legacy 14 (2009): 763-764.
Review of Georg Gasser, ed., How Successful Is Naturalism?, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2008
Review of James Robert Brown, Who Rules in Science?, International Studies in the Philosophy of Science 17 (2003): 100-103.
Review of Robert Brandom, Tales of the Mighty Dead, Choice 40 (May 2003), 5147
Review of Steve Fuller, Thomas Kuhn, Science 288 (9 June 2000): 1755-56.
Review of Steve Fuller, Philosophy of Science and its Discontents, 2nd ed., Informal Logic 1998
Review of Barry Barnes, David Bloor, and John Henry, Scientific Knowledge, Isis, 1997
Review of Raphael Sassower, Cultural Collisions, Isis, 1996
Review of David White, Heidegger on Logic and Ontology, Nous 24 (March 1990), 194-96.
Review of Robert Sokolowski, Presence and Absence, The Heythrop Journal, 22, 1981, 65-67.