Publications

Forthcoming

Peeters, A. (in preparation). Sensorimotor life: An enactive proposal [Book review]. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences.
Peeters, A., & Segundo-Ortin, M. (accepted). Misplacing memories? An enactive approach to the virtual memory palace. Consciousness and Cognition.
Peeters, A., & Haselager, P. (accepted). Designing virtuous sex robots. International Journal of Social Robotics.

Published

Peeters, A. (2019). Steering away from multiple realization. Adaptive Behavior, 1–2.
Cappuccio, M. L., Peeters, A., & McDonald, W. (2019). Sympathy for Dolores: Moral consideration for robots based on virtue and recognition. Philosophy & Technology, 1–23.
Hutto, D. D., Myin, E., Peeters, A., & Zahnoun, F. (2018). The cognitive basis of computation: Putting computation in its place. In M. Sprevak & M. Columbo (Eds.), Handbook of the Computational Mind (pp. 272–282). London: Routledge.
Hutto, D. D., & Peeters, A. (2018). The roots of remembering: Radically enactive recollecting. In K. Michaelian, D. Debus, & D. Perrin (Eds.), New Directions in Philosophy of Memory (pp. 97–118). New York: Routledge.
Peeters, A. (2017). Alexandru Dragomir: The world we live in [Book review]. Phenomenological Reviews, 3, 54.
Peeters, A. (2017). Freedom regained: The possibility of free will [Book review]. Philosophical Psychology, 30(5), 682–684.
Hutto, D. D., Peeters, A., & Segundo-Ortin, M. (2017). Cognitive ontology in flux: The possibility of protean brains. Philosophical Explorations, 20(2), 209–223.
Olthof, B., Peeters, A., Schelle, K., & Haselager, P. (2013). If you're smart, we'll make you smarter: Applying the reasoning behind the development of honours programmes to other forms of cognitive enhancement. In F. Lucivero & A. Vedder (Eds.), Beyond Therapy v. Enhancement? Multidisciplinary analyses of a heated debate (pp. 117–142). Pisa: Pisa University Press.

Published (as an undergrad)

Peeters, A., & Leijssenaar, B. (2010). Filosoof op de arbeidsmarkt: Interview met Babs van den Bergh. Splijtstof, 39(1), 123–129.
Peeters, A. (2010). Cicero als filosoof? In Proceedings from the Student Research Conference 2010 (Vol. 1, pp. 255–259). Leiden: Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU).
Kiel, J., & Peeters, A. (2008). Are we theorising or simulating? Interview with Robert Gordon. Splijtstof, 37(2), 40–43.

Theses

I wrote my master’s thesis in philosophy under supervision of Marc Slors and my bachelor’s thesis in artificial intelligence under supervision of Pim Haselager.

Peeters, A. (2017). Designing the robot that says "No." Design and ethical implications of love and sex relations with robots (Bachelor's thesis in Artificial Intelligence, 55 pp.). Nijmegen: Radboud University.
Peeters, A. (2015). Free will put to the test: An operationalization of Frankfurt’s conception of free will (Master’s thesis in Philosophy, 69 pp.). Nijmegen: Radboud University.
Peeters, A. (2010). Cicero als filosoof? Over de vraag of Cicero een filosoof is door wijsgerige analyse van zijn De officiis [Cicero the philosopher? On the question of whether Cicero is a philosopher through a philosophical analysis of his De Officiis] (Bachelor’s thesis in Philosophy, 32 pp.). Nijmegen: Radboud University.

Book

Front Cover WHWatisdat!?I co-authored a book on an assignment for the Dutch national student union (LSVb). I also edited its second and third editions. As of October 2016, it is in its fifth edition and is the standard handbook for student co-determination at universities and vocational learning institutions in the Netherlands.

The illustration on the front cover was made by gifted illustrator, philosophy graduate, and close friend Jorrit Kiel.

Betkó, J., Peeters, A., Struik, S., Swart, H., & Westerveld, L. (2013). WHWatisdat!? Een handleiding voor de Wet op hoger onderwijs en wetenschappelijk onderzoek voor studenten en medezeggenschappers. (A. Peeters, Ed.) (3rd ed.). Utrecht: Landelijke Studenten Vakbond.

ISBN: 978-90-74884-16-7.

Miscellaneous

My Erdős number is at most 5.* I co-authored with Pim Haselager, who has an Erdős number of 4 through Johan Kwisthout and Todd Wareham.

* Assuming the domain of co-authors may include non-mathematicians.