Books/ Edited Collections

  • E. Vintiadis (2020) Philosophy by Women: 22 Philosophers Reflect on Philosophy and Its Value (Routledge)
  • E. Vintiadis (2020) Animals and Us (Τα Ζώα και Εμείς, in Greek) (epbooks/εκδόσεις Παπαδόπουλος)
  • E. Vintiadis & C. Mekios (2018) Brute Facts (Oxford University Press) [Reviewed in the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science Review of Books, Science & Education and Metascience.]  


Special Issues (Guest Editor)


Papers/ Chapters in Edited Collections

  • E. Vintiadis (forth) ‘Delusional Beliefs and Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy’ Philosophy and the Mind Sciences Book symposium: Why Delusions Matter.

  • Brussels Collaboration on Bodily Integrity (2024) “Genital Modifications in Prepubescent Minors: When May Clinicians Ethically Proceed?” American Journal of Bioethics, in press.
  • E. Vintiadis (2024) ‘Mental Disorders as Processes: A More Suited Metaphysics for Psychiatry’ Philosophical Psychology37 (2): 487-504. DOI: 10.1080/09515089.2022.2101443
  • E. Vintiadis & L. Bortolotti (2022) ‘The Role of Context in Belief Evaluation: Costs and Benefits of Irrational Beliefs’ in The Cognitive Science of Belief: A Multidisciplinary Approach, in Musolino, Hemmer and Sommer (Eds.), Cambridge University Press. (Invited Contribution)
  • E. Vintiadis (2021) ‘The Force of Presentation: Policing Modes of Expression and Gatekeeping the Status Quo” in: How Philosophy is Presented, special issue of Human Affairs, 31 (4): 479-487.
  • E. Vintiadis (2020) ‘What Philosophy is and What it Could Be’ in Philosophy by Women, Routledge. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2020) ‘Introduction: Philosophy by Women: 22 Philosophers reflect on Philosophy and Its Importance‘ in Philosophy By Women, Routledge.
  • E. Vintiadis (2019) ‘Property Dualism‘ in Introduction to Philosophy of Minded. by Heather Salazar, in the series Introduction to Philosophy, ed. Christina Hendricks, Rebus Foundation Publishing, Quebec, Canada.
  • E. Vintiadis (2018) ‘Introduction: Brute Facts’ in Brute Facts, eds. Elly Vintiadis and Constantinos Mekios, Oxford University Press.
  • E. Vintiadis (2018) ‘There is Nothing (Really) Wrong with Emergent Brute Facts’ in Brute Factseds. Elly Vintiadis and Constantinos Mekios, Oxford University Press. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2016) ‘The Importance of Pluralism in Psychiatry’ (in English) in Βιοηθικοί Προβληματισμοί ΙΙ Maria Kanellopoulou-Botti and Fereniki Panagopoulou (eds). Athens: Papazisis.
  • E. Vintiadis (2015) ‘A Frame of Mind from Psychiatry’ Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 18 (4): 523-532. DOI 10.1007/s11019- 014-9607-4. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2013) ‘Why a Naturalist Should Be an Emergentist About the Mind’ SATS: Northern European Journal of Philosophy 14 (1): 38-62. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2006) ‘Why Certainty is not a Mansion’ Journal of Philosophical Research 31: 143-152. 


Encyclopedia Articles

  • E. Vintiadis (2013) “EmergenceInternet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Book Reviews

  • E. Vintiadis (2022) ‘The Wartime Quartet: Double Review of The Women Are Up To Something (Benjamin Lipscomb, OUP 2022) & Metaphysical Animals (Clare Mac Cumhaill and Rachael Wiseman, Chatto & Windus 2022).’ The Philosopher, 110 (1): 116-122. (Invited Contribution)
  • E. Vintiadis (2019) ‘Thomas L. Hafemeister, Criminal Trials and Mental Disorders Metapsychology Online Reviews.
  • E. Vintiadis (2015) ‘Andrew Steane, Faithful to Science: The Role of Science in ReligionScience, Religion & Culture 2 (4): 108- 111. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2014) ‘Beyond an Absence of Faith, edited by Jonathan M.S.Pearce and Tristan Vick’ Science, Religion & Culture 1 (2): 122-125. 
  • E. Vintiadis (2012)Emergence in Mind, Cynthia Macdonald and Graham Macdonald, eds.’ Philosophy 87: 603- 610.