University of Nottingham, Ph.D. in Philosophy, passed without corrections, June 2014.

University of Missouri – St. Louis, M.A. in Philosophy, GPA 3.88/4.00, May 2010.

Auburn University, B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy, Cum Laude, May 2008.

Peer-reviewed, journal publications

Roberts, P. (forthcoming). Another look at color primitivism. Synthese, DOI:    10.1007/s11229-018-1821-9.

Roberts, P., Andow, J., & Schmidtke, K. (2018). Lay intuitions about epistemic normativity. Synthese, 195, 3267-3287.

Roberts, P. (2017). Turning up the volume on the property view of sound. Inquiry, 60, 337-357.

Roberts, P. (2017). An ecumenical response to color contrast cases. Synthese, 194, 1725-1742.

Roberts, P., Allen, K., & Schmidtke, K. (2016). Folk intuitions about the causal theory of perception. Ergo: An Open Access Journal of Philosophy, 3. (This article was selected for a symposium on the popular, Brains Blog, published November 19th, 2017.

Roberts, P. & Schmidtke, K. (2016). Relationalism about perceptible properties and the principle of charity. Synthese, 193, 2779-2803.

Roberts, P. & Knobe, J. (2016). Interview on experimental philosophy with Joshua Knobe. Exchanges: The Warwick Research Journal4, 14-28.

Roberts, P. & Schmidtke, K. (2015). Color naming and color matching: A reply to Kuehni and Hardin. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 6, 207-212.

Roberts, P. (2014). Color relationalism, ordinary illusion, and color incompatibility. Philosophia, 9, 1085-1097.

Roberts, P., Andow, J., & Schmidtke, K. (2014). Colour relationalism and the real deliverances of introspection. Erkenntnis, 79, 1173-1189.

Roberts, P. (2014). Parsing the rainbow. Synthese, 191, 1793-1811.

Roberts, P. & Schmidtke, K. (2012). In defense of incompatibility, objectivism, and veridicality about color. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 3, 547-558.

Popular press publications

Roberts, P. (2016). Are humans more valuable than animals. A comment on the killing of Harambe, the gorilla, to save a human child. OpEdNews.

Roberts, P. (2015). Yellen presents false reality to congress. OpEdNews.

Roberts, P. (2015). The fairy tale of economic recovery. The decline in the US labor force participation rate is not due to demographic factors. Global Research.