2. I already posted about this, but my paper “Toward a Less Confident Cognitivism” was accepted for the Pacific APA in San Francisco in early April. The paper argues that Cognitivists about Intention can avoid the commitment that intending to do X involves believing that one will do X without sacrificing the explanatory power of their Cognitivist assumption.
3. I just heard back that my paper “How Can Hume Suppose What Cannot Even Be Conceived?” was accepted to the 5th Biennial Margaret Dauler Wilson Conference in Early Modern Philosophy (which will be held in June at UC Boulder).