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Education

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. & Schmidtke, K. (forthcoming). Folk core beliefs about color. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, DOI: 10.1007/s13164-019-00437-w.

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. http://philosophyofbrains.com.)

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.