3. Poland, J., and Tekin, Ş. 2017. Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry:Responses to the Crisis in Mental Health Research. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA.

2. Tekin, Ş., and Bluhm, R. In progress. Bloomsbury Companion to Philosophy of Psychiatry. Under contract with Bloomsbury Academic Press.

1. Trachsel, M., Tekin, Ş., Biller- Andorno, N., Gaab, J., Sadler, J. In progress. Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics,” Under contract with the Oxford University Press.

edited journal issues

2.Tekin, Ş., and Machery, E. Eds., Forthcoming. . Special issue on philosophy and psychiatry.

1. Tabb, K., and Tekin, Ş. Eds. Forthcoming. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology. Pittsburgh Proceedings in Philosophy of Psychiatry.

 articles and chapters

17. Tekin, Ş. In press. Brain Mechanisms and the Disease Model of Addiction: Is it Really the Whole Story of the Addicted Self? A philosophical-skeptical perspective. In The Routledge Handbook of the Philosophy and Science of Addiction, Pickard, H. and Ahmed, S. eds. Routledge University Press.

16. Tekin, Ş., Flanagan, O.J., Graham, G. 2017. Against the Drug Cure Model: Addiction, Identity, Pharmaceuticals (with Owen Flanagan and George Graham.) In Philosophical Issues in Pharmaceutics: Development, Dispensing, and Use
, Ho, D., ed., Springer Press.

15. Tekin, Ş. 2017. The Missing Self in Scientific Psychiatry. Synthese. DOI.10.1007/s11229-017- 1324-0

14. Tekin, Ş. 2017. Introduction: Psychiatric Research and Extraordinary Science. In Extraordiary Science and Psychiatry: Responses to the Crisis in Mental Health Research. (Poland, J., and Tekin, Ş. Eds.) MIT Press. Cambridge, MA, 1-14.
13. Tekin, Ş. 2016. Are Mental Disorders Natural Kinds? A Plea for a New Approach to Intervention in Psychiatry. , Volume 23, No: 2, 147-163.

12. Tekin, Ş. 2016. Looking for the Self in Psychiatry: Perils and Promises of Phenomenology-Neuroscience Partnership in Schizophrenia Research. In Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry: Responses to the Crisis in Mental Health Research, Poland, J. and Tekin, Ş., eds. MIT University Press.
11. Stegenga, J., Kennedy, A.G., Tekin, Ş., Jukola, S., Bluhm, R. 2016.New Directions in Philosophy of Medicine. The Bloomsbury Companion to Contemporary Philosophy of Medicine. James Marcum (ed.) Bloomsbury Academic Press, 343-367.

10. Tekin, Ş., and Mosko, M. 2015. Hyponarrativity and Context-Specific Limitations of the DSM-5. Public Affairs Quarterly, Volume 29, No: 1, 111-136.

9. Tekin, Ş. 2015. Against Hyponarrating Grief: Incompatible Research and Treatment Interests in the DSM-5. The DSM-5 in Perspective: Philosophical Reflections on the Psychiatric Babel, P. Singy and S. Demazeux, eds., History, Philosophy and the Theory of the Life Sciences Series, Volume 10, Springer Press, 179-197.
8. Tekin, Ş. 2014. A Perfect Storm: Health, Disorder, Culture, and the Self. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 21 (2), 165-168.

7. Tekin, Ş. 2014. Self-Insight in the Time of Mood Disorders: After the Diagnosis, Beyond the Treatment. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 21 (2), 139-155.

6. Tekin, Ş. 2014. Psychiatric Taxonomy: At the Crossroads of Science and Ethics. Journal of Medical Ethics; 40, 513–514.
5. Tekin, Ş. 2014. The Missing Self in Hacking’s Looping Effects. C, H. Kincaid and J. A. Sullivan, eds., MIT Press, 227–256.


4. Tekin, Ş. 2013. How does the Self Adjudicate Narratives? Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, Volume: 20, No:1, 25–28.

3. Tekin, Ş. 2013. “Will I be Pretty, Will I be Rich?” The Missing Self in Antidepressant Commercials. The American Journal of Bioethics, , 19–21.

2. Tekin, Ş. 2011. Self-Concept through the Diagnostic Looking Glass: Narratives and Mental Disorder.  Philosophical Psychology, 24:3, 357–380

1. Tekin, Ş. 2009. Hacking’s “Looping Effects of Human Kinds” after 13 Years: An Analysis.
Felsefe Tartismalari: A Turkish Journal of Philosophy, 42, 58–66.

encyclopedia contributions 

3. Tekin, Ş. 2014. Self, Philosophical Considerations.
(eds.) Wiley-Blackwell Press.

2. Tekin, Ş. 2014. Mental Health, Meaning of Mental Health.
L. Macmillan Reference USA. Farmington Hills, MI.

1. Tekin, Ş. 2014. Medical Ethics, History of the Near and Middle East, Turkey. Encyclopedia of Bioethics (4th Edition). B. Jennings (ed.) L. Macmillan Reference USA. Farmington Hills, MI.

book reviews (Refereed*)

8. Tekin, Ş., and Cheff, A. Afterwar: Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers, N
ancy Sherman, Metapsychology Online Reviews, Volume 20, Issue 08.

7. Tekin, Ş. 2009.of I’m Crazy, A. Bourret, Metapsychology Online Reviews, Volume 13, Issue 53.

6. Tekin, Ş. 2009. Review of Dimensional Models ofPersonality Disorders: Refining the Research Agenda for
, T. A. Widiger, E. Simonsen, P. Sirovatka, D.A. Regier, eds., Metapsychology Online Reviews, Volume 13, Issue 17.

5. Tekin, Ş. 2009. Review of Breaking the Silence, S.P. Hinshaw, ed., Metapsychology Online Reviews 2009, Volume 13, Issue 15.

4. Tekin, Ş. 2008. Review of Body-Subjects and Disordered Minds, Matthews, E., Metaphsychology Online Reviews 2008, Volume 11, Issue 11.

3. Tekin, Ş. 2007. Review of Self Knowledge and Resentment, Bilgrami, A., Metapsychology Online Reviews Volume 10, Issue 41.

2. Tekin, Ş. 2007. Review of No Child Left Different, Olfman, S., ed., Journal of Developmental Processes, Volume 2, Issue 2, 123 – 126.*

1. Tekin, Ş. 2006. Review of Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment, B. Beebe, S. Knoblauch, J. Rustin, D. Sorter, eds., Metapsychology Online Reviews 2006, Volume 11, Issue 10.


1. Tekin, Ş., and Örs, Y. 2011. Philosophy and Psychiatry: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Philosophy of Psychopathology Meet, Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 22:2, 49 – 50.

philosophical translation

1.Tekin, Ş. 2009. A Turkish translation of Ian Hacking’s “Looping Effects of Human Kinds” Felsefe Tartismalari: A Turkish Journal of Philosophy 2009. Vol. 42, 67 – 103.

web-based publications

5. Tekin, Ş. 2016. Are mental disorders natural kinds? Imperfect Cognitions: Blog on delusional beliefs, distorted memories, confabulatory explanations, unrealistically optimistic predictions, and implicit biases.

4. Tekin, Ş. 2012. Remembering Ulric Neisser. Brains: A Blog on Philosophy of Mind and Related Matters.

3. Tekin, Ş. 2012. Psychiatry: Far from the Madding Grief. Hesperus is Bosphorus: A Group Blog by Philosophers in and from Turkey.

2. Tekin, Ş. 2011. What is Empirically Informed Philosophy of Mind? Brains: A Blog on Philosophy of Mind and Related Matters.

1. Tekin, Ş. 2011. A Query into Mental Illness Memoirs: Does Writing Help Psychiatric Patients? Neuroethics and Law Blog.