Journal Articles

The Nobbies, Phillip Island, November 2012

M R.X. Dentith and P. Stokes “Corresponding Conspiracy Theory Theorists Parts I-III” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 13:5 (2024) pp. 15-32

Selves, Persons, and the Neo-Lucretian Symmetry Problem” Philosophia 52 (2024): 69-86

Kierkegaardian Virtues and the Problem of Self-Effacement” Religions 14:10 (2023): 1240

The Normative Turn in Conspiracy Theory Theory?Social Epistemology (online early) 37:4 (2023) pp.535-43

Petra Brown and Patrick Stokes “Bonhoeffer and Løgstrup: the Ethics of Disclosure in a State of Exception” Sophia 59:2 (2020): 229-46

To Trust the Liar: Løgstrup and Levinas on Ethics, War, and Openness” The Monist 103:1 (2020): 102-16

Are There Dead Persons?” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 49:6 (2019): 755-75

Towards a New Epistemology of Moral ProgressEuropean Journal of Philosophy 25:4 (2017): 1824-1843

Temporal Asymmetry and the Self/Person SplitJournal of Value Inquiry 51:2 (2017): 203-219

Science communication and the public intellectual: a view from philosophyJCOM: Journal of Science Communication 16:01 (2017), C03: 1-6

Reluctance and Suspicion: Reply to Basham and Dentith” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6:2 (2017): 48-58

Stokes, P. (2016) “Between Generalism and Particularism about Conspiracy Theory: A Response to Basham and Dentith.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5:10 (2016): 34-39

The Problem of Spontaneous Goodness: From Kierkegaard to Løgstrup (Via Zhuangzi and Eckhart)” Continental Philosophy Review 49:2 (June 2016) pp.139-159

Deletion as Second Death: The Moral Status of Digital RemainsEthics and Information Technology 17:4 (December 2015) pp.237-248

The Untameable Logic of Sacrifice” (review article on P. Diego Bubbio’s Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition) Critical Horizons 16:3 (August 2015) pp.299-304

Crossing the Bridge: The First-Person and TimePhenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 13:2 (May 2014): 295–312

Will It Be Me? Identity, Concern, and PerspectiveCanadian Journal of Philosophy 43:2 (September 2013): 206-226

Ghosts in the Machine: Do the Dead Live On in Facebook?” Philosophy and Technology 25:3 (September 2012): 363-379

Is Narrative Identity Four-Dimensionalist?” European Journal of Philosophy 20:S1 (June 2012): 86-106

Uniting the Perspectival Subject: Two ApproachesPhenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 10:1 (February 2011): 23-44

Fearful Asymmetry: Kierkegaard’s Search for the Direction of TimeContinental Philosophy Review 43:4 (December 2010): 485-507

Naked Subjectivity: Minimal vs. Narrative Selfhood in KierkegaardInquiry 53:4 (August 2010): 356–382

“‘See For Your Self’: Contemporaneity, Autopsy and Presence in Kierkegaard’s Moral-Religious PsychologyBritish Journal for the History of Philosophy 18:2 (April 2010): 297-319

What’s Missing in Episodic Selfhood? A Kierkegaardian Response to Galen StrawsonJournal of Consciousness Studies17:1-2 (February 2010): 119-143

See also Galen Strawson, “Owning the Past: Reply to StokesJournal of Consciousness Studies 18:3-4 (April 2011): 170-95

Locke, Kierkegaard and the Phenomenology of Personal IdentityInternational Journal of Philosophical Studies 16:5 (December 2008): 645-672

“’Interest’ in Kierkegaard’s Structure of ConsciousnessInternational Philosophical Quarterly 48:4, 192 (December 2008): 437-458

Kierkegaardian Vision and the Concrete OtherContinental Philosophy Review 39:4 (December 2006): 393-413

Kierkegaard’s Mirrors: The Immediacy of Moral VisionInquiry 50:1 (February 2007): 70-94