On 27 June 2018, he presented a paper ‘The Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness & hylomorphism: exploring common ground’ at the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness 22nd annual conference at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. Also in 2018, his research article, ‘Aristotelian Causation and Neural Correlates of Consciousness’ was published in the journal Topoi. And Mihretu Guta’s volume Consciousness and the Ontology of Properties (Routledge 2019) was pre-released during the summer of 2018. Matthew contributed a chapter on NCC to Guta’s volume. He also wrote a short literature review on dualism for the blog of the American Philosophical Association.
So far in 2019, Matthew has presented a research poster on the sufficiency of neural mechanisms of consciousness at the Consciousness Research Network international conference in Okazaki, Japan. And his article ‘Exploring Common Ground Between the Integrated Information Theory of Consciousness and Aristotelian Metaphysics’ was published in a special issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies on IIT.
Also, in the area of analytic theology, he and Fred Sanders co-edited a special issue of TheoLogica. Matthew also co-authored an article in the issue with John Anthony Dunne, which addresses the metaphysics of identity statements and the logical coherence of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity.