Stoic Philosophy and Social Theory. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Naturally Late: Synchronization in Socially Constructed Times. London and Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield International.
Respond Rationally to Whatever Happens. The Stoic 2 (7): 17.
The Stoic Cosmos and Australia’s Wildfires: A Universal View of Local Climates. Stoicism as a Philosophy of Life. 7 March 2020.
Bringing People Closer: Cicero, Hierocles, and Cosmopolitanism. Epoché. Issue 28 (January 2020).
How to Manage Technological Change: Stoic Responses to Innovation. Stoicism as a Philosophy of Life. 28 December 2019.
What Is a Stoic’s “Social Nature”? Stoicism Today. 7 December 2019.
Is It Ever Natural to Be Late? Colloquium. 1 June 2019.
Human Exceptionalism and Decentering the Human. Philosophy Today 60 (4): 995-1002.
How Much Care Is Enough? Carer’s Guilt and Bergsonian Time. Health Care Analysis 26 (1): 94-107.
When Capture Incarnates. Try Hard Magazine. Issue 9 (1).
Gabrielle McMullin Shows It Pays to Be Outrageous when Fighting Sexism. Sydney Morning Herald. March 9, 2015.
Modifying the Modifier: Body Modification as Social Incarnation. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 42 (3): 241-59.
The Experimental Flesh: Incarnation in Terms of Quantum Measurement and Phenomenological Perception. Phenomenology and Practice 5 (1): 140-54.
Chapters in Edited Books
“Born Communal: The Stoics’ Sense of the Social Self”. In Leah Goldrick (ed.) Stoicism Today: Selected Writings, Volume 3.
“There Is No Outside-Nature: Review of Quantum Anthropologies”. In Stanimir Panayotov (ed.) O-Zone. Santa Barbara: Punctum Books.
“Climate Change, Socially Synchronised”. In Vicki Kirby (ed.) What if Culture Was Nature All Along?, 199-222. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
“Social Bodies, Social Time: The Matter of the Human Knowledge of Time”. In Kristy Buccieri (ed.) Body Tensions: Beyond Corporeality in Time and Space, 169-96. Freeland: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
“Capture, Rhythm: The Spatial Conditions of Photography”. In Anne Scott Wilson (ed.) Fly Rhythm, 22-33. Melbourne: Pharos Editions.
“Social Bodies, Social Time: The Matter of the Human Knowledge of Time”. In L. McLean, L. Stafford, and M. Weeks (eds.) Exploring Bodies in Time and Space eBook, 239-51. Freeland: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Interviews with Me
An Interview with Will Johncock. Indifferents Quarterly (January 2021).
On How to Look out for Our World: Interview with Will Johncock. The Stoic 2 (6): 9.
Interview with Will Johncock and Kai Whiting. The Practical Stoic Podcast. May 20, 2020.