Published or Forthcoming

  • Arnaud, S. and Gagné-Julien, A-M. (2023): “The new self-advocacy activism in psychiatry“, in Philosophical Psychology.
  • Arnaud, S. and Pendoley, K. (Forthcoming), “Internal Intentionalism and the Understanding of Emotion Experience”, in Journal of Consciousness Studies.
  • Arnaud, S. (2022). “L’influence de l’expertise des communautés autistes sur la science: vers une meilleure compréhension de l’autisme”, in Philosophiques, 49(1), 135-160.
  • Arnaud. S. (2022), “The Modality of Emotions Sens Dessus de Sousa”, in J. Deonna, C. Tappolet and F. Teroni (eds.), A Tribute to Ronald de Sousa. URL
  • Gatzia, D. & Arnaud, S. (2022), “Loving Objects: Can Autism Explain Objectophilia?”, in Archives of Sexual Behaviors.
  • Arnaud, S. & Prinz, J. (2021), “Emotions”, in B. Young & C. D. Jennings (eds.), Mind, Cognition, and Neuroscience, Part IV (Situating the Mind). Routledge Press.
  • Arnaud, S. (2020) “Self-Consciousness in Autism: A Third-Person Perspective on the Self” in Mind and Language, 1–17.
  • Arnaud, S. (2020), Emotional Consciousness in Autism. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 27(9-10), 34-59.
  • Arnaud, S. (2020) “A Social-Emotional Salience Account of Emotion Recognition in Autism: Moving Beyond Theory of Mind” in Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. Advance online publication.
  • Pendoley, K., & Arnaud, S. (2020), “Intentionalism, Ambivalent Emotions, and the Body”, in B. Brogaard & D. E. Gatzia (eds.), Being of two minds: the philosophy and psychology of ambivalence, Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy, Routledge.
  • Arnaud, S. (2019), Sensibilité et conscience émotionnelle dans l’autisme. Revue Médecine et Philosophie, 1(1). Paper available here
  • Arnaud, S. & Gratton, C. (2018), « Les femmes en philosophie, qu’est-ce que ça mange en hiver? », Glad!(3) Juin 2018, 30 p. (“Women in philosophy, how to understand this rare species?”) Paper available here
  • Arnaud, S. (2018), « Autisme », version Grand Public, in M. Kristanek (dir.), l’Encyclopédie philosophique, URL:
  • Faucher, L., & Arnaud, S. (2018) “Raisons morales, motivations morales et psychopathologies”, in: Quels lendemains pour la responsabilité ? Perspectives multidisciplinaires, dir. Marchildon A. & Duhamel A., Nota Bene, collection bleue.
  • Arnaud, S. (2016), Troubles du spectre autistique. Une agentivité morale objective, rigoriste et émotionnelle – BioéthiqueOnline 2016, 5/12.

Under Review

  • The Phenomenon of Increasing Emotion
  • Emotion Intentionalism
  • First-Person Perspectives in the Science of Autism
  • With Jesse Prinz: The Relationality of Emotions – Experimental philosophy
  • What are unconscious emotions? – in revision (presented at the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, SPP 2019, San Diego) The goal of this paper is to solve the contradiction that emerges from assessing the existence of unconscious emotions by proposing a distinction between two meanings of emotional consciousness that are compatible with the actual leading views on consciousness in neuroscience, without differentiating different senses of “emotions” or of “consciousness”.