Drafts available on request (if-and-when they exist)   

A short monograph on modality for the Metaphysics section (edited by Tuomas Tahko) of the CUP book series Elements.

A paper on the prospects of a priori knowledge
A great deal of our beliefs, both within and outside philosophy, are a priori. But how many of those beliefs can be warrantedly attributed as knowledge? This paper is an exploration of this issue. It approaches it by taking into consideration, on the one hand, the substantiality, or lack of it, of the contents believed and, on the other, the existence of substantial agreement or disagreement about them among epistemic peers. It takes into consideration these two dimensions because, as I shall motivate, the epistemic significance of agreement or disagreement should (be taken to) vary depending on whether it is substantial or non-substantial contents that are at issue.