Pragmatism as Transition: Historicity and Hope in James, Dewey, and Rorty (Columbia University Press, 2009; ppbk. 2015)
Genealogy as Critique: Foucault and the Problems of Modernity (Indiana University Press, 2013; simultaneous cloth and ppbk.)
Articles & Essays on Pragmatist Methodology
My most recent work on pragmatist method is focused on an actionistic or conduct-centered pragmatism via William James.
Articles & Essays on Genealogical Methodology
My work on genealogical method is best exemplified in my essay pair distinguishing Foucault's methods and concepts (e.g., genealogy v. biopower) so as to free up his method for inquiry into the contemporary (e.g., a genealogy of infopower).
Articles & Essays on Pragmatist Politics & Ethics
Recent work on these topics includes an essay pair linking James's moral psychology and normative ethics of belief, and then situating that link in James's historical context where freedom came into contact with probabilistic reasoning.
Articles & Essays on Genealogical Politics & Ethics
Recent work on these topics includes an essay in political theory exploring how to make use of the distinction between methods and concepts I develop in methodological work.