Alasdair MacIntyre

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Alasdair MacIntyre(1929-)
Books:
Marxism: An Interpretation (London: SCM Press, 1953)
New Essays in Philosophical Theology, Antony Flew and Alasdair MacIntyre eds.
(London: SCM Press, 1955)
The Unconscious: A Conceptual Analysis (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul,
1958)
Difficulties in Christian Belief (London: SCM Press, 1959)
Hume's Ethical Writings, Alasdair MacIntyre, ed. (New York: Collier, 1965)
A Short History of Ethics (New York: Macmillan, 1966)
Secularization and Moral Change. The Riddell Memorial Lectures (London:
Oxford University Press, 1967)
Marxism and Christianity (New York: Schocken Books, 1968)
The Religious Significance of Atheism, (with Paul Ricoeur) (New York: Columbia
University Press, 1969)
Sociological Theory and Philosophical Analysis, Dorothy Emmet and Alasdair
MacIntyre, eds. (NewYork: Macmillan, 1970)
Marcuse (London: Fontana, 1970); Also published as Herbert Marcuse: An
Exposition and a Polemic (New York: Viking, 1970)
Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy (London:
Duckworth, 1971)
Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays, Alasdair MacIntyre, ed. (Garden City,
N.Y.: Anchor Books, 1972)
After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame
Press, 1981, Second Edition, 1984)
Revisions: Changing Perspectives in Moral Philosophy. Volume 3. Alasdair
MacIntyre and Stanley Hauerwas, eds. (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame
Press, 1983)
Is Patriotism a Virtue? The Lindley Lecture. (University of Kansas, 1984).
Reprinted in Richard J. Arneson, ed. Liberalism, Volume III (Aldershot: Elgar,
1992) pp. 246-263.
Whose Justice? Which Rationality? (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press,
1988)
Three Rival Versions of Moral Enquiry: Encyclopaedia, Genealogy, and Tradition.
The gifford Lectures (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame University Press,
1990). Chapter 2 reprinted as "Genealogies and Subversions,"in Nietzsche,
Genealogy, Morality: Essays on Nietzsche's "Genealogy of Morals", Richard
Schacht, ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994) pp. 284-305.
First Principles, Final Ends and Contemporary Philosophical Issues.The Aquinas
Lecture, 1990. (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1990)
Articles:
1950
"Analogy in Metaphysics," Downside Review, 69 (1950), 45-61.
1953
Review of Immanuel Kant: Ontologie und Wissenshaftstheorie by Gottfried
Martin, Downside Review, 71 (1953), 199-201.
Review of The Meaning of Existence by Dom Mark Pontifex and Dom Illtyd
Trethowen, Downside Review, 71 (1953), 452-4.
1954
Review of The Meaning of Existence by Dom Mark Pontifex and Dom Illtyd
Trethowen, Philosophical Quarterly, 4 (1954), 286-87.
Review of The Transformation of the Scientific World View and Christian Faith
and Natural Science by Karl Heim, Philosophy, 29 (1954), 264-5.
1955
"Cause and Cure in Psychotherapy," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society,
Supplementary volume 29 (1955), 43-58.
"Nature and Destiny of Man: On Getting the Question Clear," Modern
Churchman, 45 (1955), 171-6.
"Visions," in New Essays in Philosophical Theology, Antony Flew and Alasdair
MacIntyre, eds. (London: SCM Press, 1955) pp. 254-60.
"A Note on Immortality," Mind, 64 (1955), 396-9.
1956
"Marxist Tracts," Philosophical Quarterly, 6 (1956), 366-70.
"Manchester: The Modern Universities and the English Tradition," Twentieth
Century, 159 (Feb. 1956), 123-9.
"A Society Without a Metaphysics," Listener, Sept. 13 1956, 375-6.
Review of An Essay on Christian Philosophy by Illtyd Trethowen, Philosophical
Quarterly, 378-9.
Review of Subject and Object in Modern Theology by James Brown, Journal of
Theological Studies, 7 (1956), 340-2.
1957
"Determinism," Mind, 66 (1957), 28-41.
"The Logical Status of Religious Beliefs," in Metaphysical Beliefs: Three Essays
by Stephen Toulmin, Ronald W. Hepburn and Alasdair MacIntyre (London: SCM
Press, 1957) pp. 157-201.
"What Morality is Not," Philosophy, 32 (1957), 325-35. Reprinted in Against the
Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre,
pp. 96-108. 1958
"On Not Misrepresenting Philosophy," Universities and Left Review, 4 (Summer
1958), 72-3.
"The Algebra of the Revolution," [Review of Marxism and Freedom by Raya
Dunayevskaya], Universities and Left Review, 5 (Autumn 1958), 79-80.
Review of Faith Reason and Existence by John A. Hutchison, Mind, 67 (1958),
283-4.
1959
"Notes from the Moral Wilderness I," New Reasoner, No.7 (Winter 1958-9),
90-100.
"Notes from the Moral Wilderness II," New Reasoner, No.8 (Spring 1959), 89-98.
"Hume on `Is' and `Ought'," Philosophical Review, 68 (1959), 451-68. Reprinted
in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by
Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 109-24.
"Marcuse, Marxism and the Monolith," [Review of Soviet Marxism: A Critical
Analysis by Herbert Marcuse], New Reasoner, No.9 (1959), 139-40.
"Straw Man of the Age," [Review of The Establishment, Hugh Thomas, ed.], Oct.
3 1959, 433-4.
Review of Faith and Logic, Basil Mitchell, ed. Philosophical Quarterly, 9 (1959),
90-1.
1960
"Purpose and Intelligent Action," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society,
Supplementary volume 34 (1960), 79-96.
"Breaking the Chains of Reason," in Out of Apathy, E. P. Thompson, ed.
(London: Stevens and Sons, 1960) pp. 195-240.
"Case History," [A poem], New Statesman, Oct. 8 1960, 532.
"On the Death of an Oxford Philosopher," [A poem], New Statesman, Mar. 12
1960, 369.
"Positivism in Perspective," New Statesman, Apr. 2 1960, 490-1.
"Freedom and Revolution," Labour Review, Feb./Mar. 1960, 19-24.
"Comment Upon `Commitment and Objectivity'," in Moral Issues in the
Training of Teachers and Social Workers, Paul Halmos, ed. Sociological Review
Monograph 3, 1960, pp. 89-92.
Review of History and Eschatology by Rudolf Bultmann, Philosophical Quarterly,
10 (1960), 92-3.
1961
"The Man who Answered the Irish Question," [Review of The Life and Times of
James Connolly by C. Desmond Greaves], New Left Review, 8 (Mar.-Apr. 1961),
66-7.
"Marxists and Christians," Twentieth Century, 170 (Autumn 1961), 28-37.
1962
"A Mistake About Causality in Social Science," in Philosophy, Politics and
Society (Second Series), Peter Laslett and W. G. Runciman, eds. (Oxford: Basil
Blackwell, 1962) pp. 48-70.
Review of Religious Belief by C. B. Martin, Philosophical Quarterly, 12 (1962),
288.
1963
"Going into Europe," Encounter, 20(2) (Feb. 1963), 65.
"God and the Theologians," [Review of Honest to God by John Robinson]
Encounter, 21(3) (Sept. 1963), 3-10. Abbreviated version reprinted in The Honest
to God Debate, David L. Edwards, ed. (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1963)
pp. 215-28. Also reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on
Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 12-26.
"Trotsky in Exile," [Review of The Prophet Outcast by Isaac Deutscher]
Encounter, 21(6) (Dec. 1963), 73-8. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the
Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre pp. 52-9.
Review of Freedom and Immortality by Ian T. Ramsey, Philosophical Quarterly,
13 (1963), 182-3.
1964
"Marx," in Western Political Philosophers: A Background Book, Maurice
Cranston, ed. (London: Bodley Head, 1964), pp. 99-108.
"Is Understanding Religion Compatible With Believing?" in Faith and the
Philosophers, John Hick, ed. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1964) pp. 115-33.
"Freudian and Christian Dogmas as Equally Unverifiable," in Faith and the
Philosophers, John Hick, ed. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1964) pp. 110-11.
"Existentialism," in A Critical History of Western Philosophy, D. J. O'Connor, ed.
(New York: Free Press, 1964) pp. 509-29.
"Against Utilitarianism," in Aims in Education: The Philosophic Approach, T. H.
B. Hollins, ed., (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1964) pp. 1-23.
"Guide Through a Maze," [Review of A Companion to Wittgenstein's Tractatus
by Max Black], Guardian, Oct. 23 1964, 13.
"Pascal and Marx: On Lucien Goldmann's Hidden God," Encounter, 23(4) (Oct.
1964), 69-76. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology
and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 76-87.
"Freud as Moralist," [Review of The Letters of Sigmund Freud and Oskar Pfister,
Heinrich Meng and Ernst L. Freud, eds.] New York Review of Books, Feb. 20
1964, 7.
"The Socialism of R. H. Tawney," [Review of The Radical Tradition, by R. H.
Tawney] New York Review of Books, July 30 1964, 21-2. Reprinted in Against the
Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre,
pp. 38-42.
"After Hegel," [Review of From Hegel to Nietzsche, by Karl Löwith], New York
Review of Books, Sept. 24 1964, 15-16.
1965
"Imperatives, Reasons for Action, and Morals," Journal of Philosophy, 62 (1965),
513-23. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and
Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 125-35.
"The Psycho-analysts: The Future of an Illusion?," Encounter, 24(5) (May 1965),
38-43. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and
Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 27-37.
"Weber at his Weakest," [Review of The Sociology of Religion by Max Weber],
Encounter, 25(5) (Nov. 1965), 85-7.
"Marxist Mask & Romantic Face: Lukács on Thomas Mann," [Review of Essays
on Thomas Mann by Georg Lukács] Encounter, 24(4) (May 1965), 64-72.
Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and
Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 60-9.
"Pleasure as a Reason for Action," Monist, 49 (1965), 215-33. Reprinted in
Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by
Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 173-90.
"Irrational Man," [Review of Man and His Symbols C. G. Jung ed. and Outline
of a Jungian Aesthetics by Morris Philipson], New York Review of Books, Feb. 25
1965, 5-6.
Review of Language, Logic and God by Frederick Ferré, Philosophical Quarterly,
15 (1965), 284-5.
1966
"The Antecedents of Action," in British Analytic Philosophy, Bernard Williams
and Alan Montefiore, eds. (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966) pp. 205-25.
Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and
Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 191-210.
"Recent Political Philosophy," in Political Ideas, David Thompson, ed. (New
York: Basic Books, 1966) pp. 189-200.
"Modern Times," [Review of An Introduction to Contemporary History by
Geoffrey Barraclough and Power and Human Destiny by Herbert Rosinski], New
York Review of Books, Mar. 17 1966, 24-6.
1967
"The Idea of a Social Science," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society,
Supplementary volume 41 (1967), 95-114. Reprinted in (1) Against the
Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre,
pp. 211-29; (2) The Philosophy of Social Explanation, Alan Ryan, ed. (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 1973) pp. 15-32.
"Being," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 1, pp. 273-7.
"Brunner, Emil,"in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 1, pp. 403-5.
"Egoism and Altruism," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New
York: Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 2, pp. 462-6.
"Essence and Existence," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New
York: Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 3, pp. 59-61.
"Existentialism," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 3, pp. 147-54.
"Freud, Sigmund," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 3, pp. 249-53.
"Jung, Carl Gustav," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New
York: Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 4, pp. 294-6.
"Kierkegaard, Søren Aabye" in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed.
(New York: Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 4 pp. 336-40.
"Myth," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 5, pp. 434-7.
"Ontology," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 5, pp. 542-3.
"Pantheism," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed. (New York:
Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 6, pp. 31-5.
"Spinoza, Benedict (Baruch)," in Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Paul Edwards, ed.
(New York: Macmillan, 1967) Vol. 7, pp. 530-41.
"Sociology and the Novel," Times Literary Supplement, July 27 1967, 657-58.
"The Well-Dressed Theologian," [Review of The New Theologians by Ved
Mehta], Encounter, 28(3) (Mar. 1967),76-8.
"Emasculating History: On Mazlish's `Riddle'," [Review of The Riddle of History
by Bruce Mazlish], Encounter, 29(2) (Aug. 1967), 78-80.
Review of Twenty Letters to a Friend by Svetlana Alliluyeva, Yale Law Journal, 77
(1967/1968) 1032-6. Reprinted as "How Not to Write About Stalin," in Against
the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair
MacIntyre, pp. 48-51.
Review of Philosophy of Social Science by Richard Rudner, British Journal for
the Philosophy of Science, 18 (1967), 344-5.
Review of The Savage Mind by Claude Lévi-Strauss, Philosophical Quarterly, 17
(1967), 559-61.
1968
"The Reith Lectures are Discussed," Listener, 79 (1968), 38-42.
"Secularisation," Listener, Feb. 15 1968, 193-6.
"Noam Chomsky's View of Language," Listener, May 30 1968, 685-6.
"Death and the English," Listener, June 6 1968, 718-19.
"The Strange Death of Social Democracy in England," Listener, July 4 1968, 7-8.
Reprinted in The Left in Britain 1956-68, D. Widgery, ed. (Harmondsworth:
Penguin, 1976).
"Who Gets Killed -- Alasdair MacIntyre Discusses the Death of Senator
Kennedy," Listener, July 18 1968, 80-81.
"Doubts About Koestler," [Review of Drinkers of Infinity: Essays 1955-67 by
Arthur Koestler], Listener, 80 (1968), 342.
"In Place of Harold Wilson?" [Review of The Politics of Harold Wilson by Paul
Foot and Matters of Principle: Labour's Last Chance, Tyrrell Burgess, ed.],
Listener, Oct. 10 1968, 476.
"Technocratic Smokescreen," [Review of Technocracy by Jean Meynaud],
Listener, Nov. 28 1968, 723-4.
"How to Write About Lenin -- and How Not To," [Review of Lenin: The Man,
The Theorist, The Leader, Leonard Shapiro and Peter Reddaway, eds.],
Encounter, 30(5) (May 1968), 71-4. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the
Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 43-7.
"Son of Ideology," [Review of The Concept of Ideology and Other Essays by
George Lichtheim], New York Review of Books, May 9 1968, 26-8.
1969
"Philosophy & Sanity: Nietzsche's Titanism," [Review of The Will to Power by
Friedrich Nietzsche, trans. Walter Kaufmann and R. J. Hollingdale], Encounter,
32(4) (Apr. 1969), 79-82.
"Made in the USA," [Review of International Encyclopaedia of the Social
Sciences, David Sills, ed.], New York Review of Books, Feb. 27 1979, 14-16.
"Marxism of the Will," [Review of Venceremos! The Speeches and Writings of
Che Guevara, John Gerassi, ed., Reminiscences of the Cuban Revolutionary War
by Che Guevara, The Complete Bolivian Diaries of Che Guevara, Daniel James.
ed., My Friend Che by Ricardo Rojo, Revolution in the Revolution by Regis
Debray, and The Communists and the Peace by Jean-Paul Sartre], Partisan
Review, 36 (1969), 128-33. Reprinted in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays
on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 70-75.
"Universities for the Rich," New Statesman, Jan. 10 1969, 42-3.
"On Marcuse," New York Review of Books, Oct. 23 1969, 37-8. Reprinted as
Chapter 8 in Marcuse by Alasdair MacIntyre.
Review of Readings in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, May Brodbeck, ed.,
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 20 (1969), 174-5.
1970
"Gods & Sociologists," Encounter, 34(3) (Mar. 1970), 68-74.
"Political and Philosophical Epilogue: A View of The Poverty of Liberalism by
Robert Paul Wolff,"
Proceedings of the Conference for Political Theory, New York, 1970. Reprinted in
Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by
Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 280-84.
1971
"Conversations with Philosophers: Alasdair MacIntyre Talks to Bryan Magee
About Political Philosophy and its Emergence from the Doldrums," Listener, Feb.
25 1971, 235-8. Reprinted as "Philosophy and Social Theory," in Modern British
Philosophy Bryan Magee, ed. (London: Seeker and Warburg, 1971), pp.190-201.
"The End of Ideology and the End of the End of Ideology," in Against the
Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre,
pp. 3-11.
"Philosophy and Ideology," in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on
Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 91-5.
"Ought," in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on Ideology and
Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 136-56.
"Some More about `Ought'," in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on
Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 157-72.
"Emotion, Behavior and Belief," in Against the Self-Images of the Age: Essays on
Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 230-43. Revised version
published as "Behavior, Belief and Emotion," in Interpretations of Life and Mind:
Essays Around the Problem of Reduction, Marjorie Grene, ed. (London:
Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1971) pp. 84-98.
"Rationality and the Explanation of Action," in Against the Self-Images of the
Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 244-59.
"Is a Science of Comparative Politics Possible?" in Against the Self-Images of the
Age: Essays on Ideology and Philosophy by Alasdair MacIntyre, pp. 260-79.
Reprinted in (1) Philosophy, Politics and Society, 4th Series, Peter Laslett, W. G.
Runciman and Quentin Skinner, eds. (Oxford: Blackwell, 1972), pp. 8-26; (2)
The Philosophy of Social Explanation, Alan Ryan, ed. (Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 1973) pp. 171-88.
"A Perspective on Philosophy," Social Research, 38 (1971), 655-68. Reprinted in
Social Research, 51 (1984), 323-43.
"Mr Wilson's Pragmatism," [Review of The Labour Government 1966-70: A
Personal Record by Harold Wilson], Listener, July 29 1971, 150-51. Reprinted in
A Second Listener Anthology, K. Miller, ed. (London: BBC, 1973).
"Tell Me Where You Stand on Kronstadt," [Review of Kronstadt 1921 by Paul
Avrich], New York Review of Books, Aug. 12 1971, 24-5.
1972
"Praxis and Action," [Review of Praxis and Action by Richard J. Bernstein],
Review of Metaphysics, 25 (1972), 737-44.
"Chairman's Opening Remarks," in Linguistic Analysis and Phenomenology,
Wolfe Mays and S. C. Brown, eds. (London: Macmillan, 1972) pp. 40-45.
"Hegel on Faces and Skulls", in Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays, Alasdair
MacIntyre, ed., pp. 219-36.
"Justice: A New Theory and Some Old Questions," [Review of A Theory of
Justice by John Rawls], Boston University Law Review, 52 (1972), 330-4.
"Rational Science," [Review of Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach
by Karl Popper], Listener, Dec. 14 1972, 835-6.
1973
"Ideology, Social Science and Revolution," Comparative Politics, 5 (1973), 321-42.
"The Essential Contestability of Some Social Concepts," Ethics, 84 (1973), 1-9.
"Ancient Politics and Modern Issues," [Review of Civil Disobedience in Antiquity
by David Daube, and
Enemies of the Roman Order by Ramsay MacMullen], Arion (New Series), 1(2)
(1973), 425-30.
1974
"Irish Conflicts and British Illusions," New Statesman, July 19 1974, 75-6.
"Sunningdale: A `Colonial' Solution," Irish Press, June 5 1974.
"Durkheim's Call to Order," [Review of Émile Durkheim: His Life and Work by
Steven Lukes], New York Review of Books, Mar. 7 1974, 25-6.
1975
"How Virtues Become Vices: Medicine and Society," Encounter, 45(1) (July
1975), 11-17. Reprinted as "How Virtues Become Vices: Values, Medicine and
Social Context," in Evaluation and Explanation in the Biomedical Sciences, H.
Tristram Engelhardt Jr. and Stuart F. Spicker, eds. (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1975) pp.
97-111.
"Has Science Any Future," in Science and Society: Past, Present and Future,
Nicholas Hans Steneck, ed. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1975), pp.
356-62.
"Russell's Flawed Biography," Spectator, Nov. 1 1975, 567.
"Jane's Fighting Ships," [Review of Jane Austen and the War of Ideas by
Marilyn Butler], New Statesman Oct.24 1975, 508-9.
"Toward a Theory of Medical Fallibility," (with Samuel Gorowitz), Hastings
Center Report, 5 (1975), 13-23. Reprinted in Journal of Medicine and Philosophy,
1 (1976), 51-71.
1976
"On Democratic Theory: Essays in Retrieval by C. B. Macpherson," Canadian
Journal of Philosophy, 6 (1976), 177-81.
"Interpretation of the Bible," [Review of The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative by
Hans W. Frei], Yale Review, 65 (1976), 251-5.
"Causality and History," in Essays on Explanation and Understanding: Studies in
the Foundations of Humanities and Social Sciences J. Manninen and R. Tuomela,
eds. (Dordrecht and Boston: Reidel, 1976)
pp. 137-58.
"Power and Virtue in the American Republic," in The Case For and Against
Power for the Federal Government (Ripon: Ripon College Press, 1976) pp. 16-20.
"Who Judges Whom?" [Review of Vico and Herder: Two Studies in the History of
Ideas by Isaiah Berlin],
Listener, Feb. 26 1976, 251.
1977
"Epistemological Crises, Dramatic Narrative and the Philosophy of Science,"
The Monist, 60 (1977), 453-72. Reprinted in Paradigms and Revolutions:
Appraisals and Applications of Thomas Kuhn's Philosophy of Science, Gary
Cutting, ed. (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1980) pp. 54-74.
"Patients as Agents," in Philosophical Medical Ethics: Its Nature and Significance,
H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. and Stuart F. Spicker, eds. (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1977)
pp. 197-212.
"Can Medicine Dispense with a Theological Perspective on Human Nature?" in
Knowledge, Value and Belief H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr. and Daniel Callahan,
eds. (Hastings-on-Hudson; Hastings Center, 1977) pp. 25-43. Reprinted in The
Roots of Ethics: Science, Religion, and Values, Daniel Callahan and Tristram
Engelhardt Jr., eds. (New York and London: Plenum, 1981) pp. 119-37.
"A Rejoinder to a Rejoinder," in Knowledge, Value and Belief, H. Tristram
Engelhardt Jr. and Daniel Callahan (Hastings-on-Hudson; Hastings Center,
1977) pp. 75-8. Reprinted in The Roots of Ethics: Science, Religion, and Values ,
Daniel Callahan and Tristram Engelhardt Jr., eds. (New York and London:
Plenum, 1981) pp. 171-4.
"Utilitarianism and the Presuppositions of Cost-Benefit Analysis," in Values in
the Electric Power Industry , Kenneth Sayre, ed. (Notre Dame and London:
University of Notre Dame Press, 1977) pp. 217-37. Reprinted in The Moral
Dimensions of Public Policy Choice: Beyond the Market Paradigm, John Martin
Gilroy and Maurice Wade, eds. (Pittsburgh and London: University of
Pittsburgh Press, 1992), pp.
179-94.
1978
"What Has Ethics to Learn from Medical Ethics?" Annual Proceedings of the
Center for Philosophic Exchange, 2(4) (Summer 1978), 37-47.
"How to Identify Ethical Principles," in The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles
and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research I, (DHEW pub.
no. (OS) 78-0013, Washington, 1978).
"Behaviorism: Philosophical Analysis," in Encyclopaedia of Bioethics Warren T.
Reich et al, eds. (New York: Macmillan, 1978) pp. 110-15.
"The Right to Die Garrulously," in Death and Decision, Ernan McMullin, ed.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Selected Symposium 18,
(Boulder: Westview Press, 1978) pp. 75-84. Reprinted in Moral Dilemmas:
Readings in Ethics and Social Philosophy, Richard L. Purtill, ed. (Belmont:
Wadsworth, 1985) pp.
"Kissinger-Brinkley `Horror Comic'," [Letter to the Editor], New York Times,
Feb. 3 1978, A22.
"Objectivity in Morality and Objectivity in Science," in Morals, Science and
Sociality, H. Tristram Englehardt Jr. and Daniel Callahan, eds.
(Hastings-on-the-Hudson: Hastings Center, 1978) pp. 21-39.
Review of Lying by Sisela Bok, Right and Wrong by Charles Fried, and Ethics at
the Edges of Life by Paul Ramsay, New Republic, May 6 1978, 28-30.
Review of A History of Philosophy in America by Elizabeth Flower and Murray G.
Murphy, New England Quarterly51 (1978), 439-42.
Review of The Legitimation of Belief by Ernest Gellner, British Journal for the
Philosophy of Science, 29 (1978), 105-10.
1979
"Seven Traits for the Future," Hastings Center Report, 9(1) (Feb. 1979), 5-7.
"Why is the Search for the Foundations of Ethics So Frustrating?" Hastings
Center Report, 9(4) (Aug. 1979), 16-22. Reprinted as "A Crisis in Moral
Philosophy: Why is the Search for the Foundations of Ethics So Frustrating?" in
(1) Knowing and Valuing: The Search for Common Roots, Tristram H.
Engelhardt Jr. and Daniel Callahan, eds. (Hastings on the Hudson: Hastings
Center, 1980) pp. 18-35; (2) The Roots of Ethics: Science, Religion, and Values,
Daniel Callahan and Tristram Engelhardt Jr., eds. (New York and London:
Plenum, 1981) pp. 3-20.
"Ethical Issues in Attending Physician-Resident Relations: A Philosopher's
View," Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 55 (1) (1979, 57-61.
"Theology, Ethics, and the Ethics of Medicine and Health Care: Comments on
Papers by Novak, Mouw, Roach, Cahill, and Hartt," Journal of Medicine and
Philosophy, 4 (1979), 435-43.
"Social Science Methodology as the Ideology of Bureaucratic Authority," in
Through the Looking Glass: Epistemology and the Conduct of Inquiry, Maria J.
Falco, ed. (Washington: University Press of America, 1979) pp. 42-58.
"Corporate Modernity and Moral Judgment: Are They Mutually Exclusive," in
Ethics and Problems of the 21st Century, Kenneth M. Sayre and Kenneth E.
Goodpaster, eds. (Notre Dame and London: University of Notre Dame Press,
1979) pp. 122-35.
"Power Industry Morality," in Symposium, (Washington: Edison Electric
Institute, 1979) pp. 94-108.
"The Poverty of Political Theory," [Review of Western Political Theory in the
Face of the Future by John Dunn], London Review of Books, Dec. 20 1979, 4, 6.
Review of The Social and Political Thought of Leon Trotsky by Baruch Knei-Paz,
American Historical Review, 84 (1979), 113-14.
Review of Rationality and the Social Sciences: Contributions to the Philosophy and
Methodology of the Social Sciences, S. I. Benn and G. W. Mortimore, eds.,
American Journal of Sociology, 85 (1979), 217-19.
Review of Concepts and Categories by Isaiah Berlin, New Republic, June 9 1979,
34-5.
1980
"Regulation: A Substitute for Morality," Hastings Center Report, 10(1) (Feb.
1980), 31-3.
"The Wrong Questions to Ask About War," [Review of The Ethics of War by
Barrie Paskins and Michael Dockrill], Hastings Center Report, 10(6) (Dec. 1980),
40-41.
"How Moral Education Came to Find its Place in the Schools," (National
Humanities Center Working Paper #1), in Ethics and Moral Education (Research
Triangle Park, N. C: National Humanities Center, 1980).
Contexts of Interpretation: Reflections on Hans George Gadamer's Truth and
Method," Boston University Journal, 26 (1980), 173-6.
"The American Idea," in America and Ireland, 1776-1976: The American Identity
and the Irish Connection David Noel Doyle and Owen Dudley Edwards, eds.
(Westport: Greenwood Press, 1980), pp. 57-68.
"Rumpelstilskin's Rules," Wellesley Wragtime, Dec. 1980, 6.
"Alasdair MacIntyre on the Claims of Philosophy," [Review of Philosophy and
the Mirror of Nature by Rorty, The Claim of Reason: Wittgenstein, Skepticism,
Morality and Tragedy by Stanley Cavell, and Philosophy As It Is by Ted
Honderich and Myles Burnyeat], London Review of Books, June 5-18 1980, 15-16.
"The Idea of America," [Review of Inventing America: Jefferson's Declaration of
Independence by Garry Wills], London Review of Books, Nov. 6-19 1980, 14.
"Ayer, Anscombe and Empiricism," [Review of Perception and Identity: Essays
Presented to A. J. Ayer with his Replies to Them, G. E. MacDonald, ed, and
Intention and Intentionality: Essays in Honour of G. E. M. Anscombe, Cora
Diamond and Jenny Teichman, eds.], London Review of Books, April 7 1980, 9-10.
"John Stuart Mill's Forgotten Victory," [Review of An Examination of Sir
William Hamilton's Philosophy by J. S.Mill, J. M. Robson, ed.], London Review of
Books, Oct. 16 1980, 13-14.
Review of The Greek Concept of Justice by Eric Havelock, American Historical
Review, 85 (1980), 605.
1981
"The Nature of the Virtues: From Homer to Benjamin Franklin," Hastings
Center Report, 11(2) (Apr. 1981), 27-34.
"Dr. Küng's Fiasco," [Review of Does God Exist? by Hans Küng], London
Review of Books, Feb. 5-18 1981, 7-8.
"Strangers," [Review of Modern French Philosophy by Vincent Descombes],
London Review of Books, Ap. 16-May 6 1981, 115-116.
"Pluralistic Philosophy," [Review of Philosophical Explanations by Robert
Nozick], New York Times Book Review, Sept. 20 1981, 7, 34.
Review of Truth, Love and Immortality: An Introduction to McTaggart's
Philosophy by Peter Geach, Ethics, 91 (1981), 667-8.
Review of The Teaching of Ethics in the Social Sciences by Donald P. Warwick,
Teaching Philosophy, 4 (1981), 170-71.
1982
"How Moral Agents Became Ghosts: Or, Why the History of Ethics Divided
from that of the Philosophy of Mind," Synthese, 53 (1982), 295-312.
"Risk, Harm, and Benefit Assessments as Instruments of Moral Education," in
Ethical Issues in Social Science Research, Tom L. Beauchamp et al, eds.
(Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1982) pp. 175-92.
"Philosophy, The `Other' Disciplines, and Their Histories: A Rejoinder to
Richard Rorty," Soundings, 65 (1982), 127-45.
"Comments on Frankfurt," Synthese, 53 (1982), 291-4.
"Philosophy and its History," Analyse & Kritik, 4 (1982), 102-13.
"Intelligibility, Goods, and Rules," Journal of Philosophy, 79 (1982), 663-5.
"Contemporary Moral Culture," in Catholic Commission on Intellectual and
Cultural Affairs Annual 1982 (Notre Dame: Catholic Commission on Intellectual and
Cultural Affairs, 1982) pp. 26-34.
"Public Virtue," [Review of Explaining America: The `Federalist' by Garry Wills,
and James McCosh and the Scottish Intellectual Tradition by J. David Heoveler,
Jr.], London Review of Books, Feb. 18-Mar. 3 1982, 14.
"Good for Nothing," [Review of Iris Murdoch: Work for the Spirit by Elizabeth
Dipple], London Review of Books, June 3-16 1982, 15-16.
"Hannah Arendt as Thinker," [Review of Hannah Arendt: For Love of the World
by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl], Commonweal , Sept. 10 1982, 471-2.
"After Bertrand Russell," [Review of Philosophy in the Twentieth Century by A.
J. Ayer], New York Times Book Review, Nov. 28 1982, 3, 26.
Review of Religion and Public Doctrine in England by Maurice Cowling, Political
Theory, 10 (1982), 129-32.
Review of Moral Philosophy at Seventeenth Century Harvard by Norman Fiering,
William and Mary Quarterly(1982), 687-9.
1983
"Moral Rationality, Tradition, and Authority: A Reply to O'Neill, Gaita and
Clark," Inquiry, 26 (1983), 447-66.
"The Indispensability of Political Theory," in The Nature of Political Theory,
David Miller and L. A. Siedentop, eds. (Oxford: Clarendon, 1983) pp. 17-33.
"Moral Philosophy: What Next?" in Revisions: Changing Perspectives in Moral
Philosophy, Alasdair MacIntyre and Stanley Hauerwas, eds., pp. 1-15.
"To Whom is the Nurse Responsible?" in Ethical Problems in the Nurse-Patient
Relationship, Catherine P. Murphy and Howard Hunter, eds. (Boston: Allyn and
Bacon, 1983) pp. 73-83.
"Moral Arguments and Social Contexts," Journal of Philosophy, 80 (1983),
590-91.
"The Magic in the Pronoun "My"," [Critical notice of Moral Luck by Bernard
Williams], Ethics, 94 (1983), 113-25.
Review of Beyond Marxism by Vrajendra Ray Mehta, Political Theory, 11 (1983),
623-6.
Review of Sartre by Peter Caws, Journal of Philosophy, 80 (1983), 813-17.
1984
"Bernstein's Distorting Mirrors: A Rejoinder," Soundings, 67 (1984), 30-41.
"After Virtue and Marxism: A Reply to Wartofsky," Inquiry, 27 (1984), 251-4.
"The Relationship of Philosophy to its Past," in Philosophy in History, Richard
Rorty, J.B. Schneewind and Quentin Skinner, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1984) pp. 31-48.
"Does Applied Ethics Rest on a Mistake?" Monist, 67 (1984), 498-513.
"The Claims of After Virtue," Analyse & Kritik, 6 (1984), 3-7.
"Philosophy and Politics," in Philosophy and Human Enterprise, USMA Class of
1951 Lecture Series, 1982-3(West Point, 1984) pp. 131-61.
Review of David Hume: Common-sense Moralist, Sceptical Metaphysician by
David Fate Norton, Noûs, 18
(1984) 379-82.
Review of Ethica Thomistica by Ralph McInerny, Teaching Philosophy, 7 (1984),
168-70.
1985
"Rights, Practices and Marxism: Reply to Six Critics," Analyse & Kritik, 7 (1985),
234-48.
"Relativism, Power and Philosophy," in Proceedings and Addresses of the
American Philosophical Association (Newark, Delaware: APA, 1985) pp. 5-22.
Reprinted in After Philosophy: End or Transformation, Kenneth Baynes, James
Bohman and Thomas McCarthy, eds. (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1987) pp. 385-411.
"Medicine Aimed at the Care of Patients Rather Than What?" in Changing
Values in Medicine, Eric J. Cassell and Mark Siegler, eds. (Frederick, MD:
University Publications of America, 1985) pp. 83-96.
"How Psychology Makes Itself True - or False," in A Century of Psychology As
Science, Sigmund Koch and David E. Leary, eds. (New York: McGraw-Hill,
1985) pp. 897-903.
Review of The Moral Psychology of the Virtues by N. J. H. Dent, Review of Politics,
47 (1985), 436-8.
Review of The Legitimacy of the Modern Age by Hans Blumenberg, American
Journal of Sociology, 90 (1985), 924-6.
Review of Goods and Virtues by Michael Slote, Faith and Philosophy, 2 (1985),
204-7.
1986
"Positivism, Sociology and Practical Reason: Notes of Durkheim's Suicide," in
Human Nature and Natural Knowledge, Alan Donagan, A. N. Perovich and M. V.
Wedin, eds. (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1986) pp. 87-104.
"Which God Ought We to Obey, and Why?" Faith and Philosophy, 3 (1986),
359-71.
"The Intelligibility of Action," in Rationality, Relativism and the Human Sciences,
Joseph Margolis et al, eds. (Dordrecht: Nijhoff, 1986) pp. 63-80.
"The Humanities and the Conflicts of and With Traditions," in Interpreting the
Humanities 1986 (Princeton, 1986) pp. 17-33.
Review of Slavery and Human Progress by David Brion Davis, and Bribes by
John T. Noonan Jr., Ethics, 96 (1986), 429-31.
Review of The Theory of the Will in Classical Antiquity by Albrecht Dihle, Ancient
Philosophy, 6 (1986), 242-5.
1987
"The Idea of an Educated Public," in Education and Values: The Richard Peters
Lectures, Graham Haydon,
ed. (London: University of London, Institute of Education, 1987) pp. 15-36.
"Philosophy: Past Conflicts and Future Direction," Proceedings and Addresses of
the American Philosophical Association, suppl vol. 61 (1987), pp. 81-7.
"Practical Rationalities as Forms of Social Structure," Irish Journal of
Philosophy, 4 (1987), 3-19.
"Post-Skinner and Post-Freud: Philosophical Causes of Scientific
Disagreements,: in Scientific Controversies: Case Studies in the Resolution and
Closure of Disputes in Science and Technology, H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr. and
Arthur L. Caplan, eds. (Cambridge University Press, 1987) pp. 295-311.
"Can One Be Unintelligible to Oneself?" in Philosophy in its Variety: Essays in
Memory of François Bordet, Christopher McKnight and Marcel Stchedroff, eds.
(Belfast: Queen's University of Belfast, 1987) pp. 23-37.
"John Niemeyer Findlay," Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, 16
(1987), 4-7.
1988
"Rival Justices, Competing Rationalities," [Excerpted from Whose Justice?
Which Rationality?], This World, 21 (1988), 78-87.
"SÇphrosun‘: How a Virtue Can Become Socially Disruptive," Midwest Studies
in Philosophy, 13 (1988), 1-11.
"Imaginative Universals and Historical Falsification: A Rejoinder to Professor
Verene," New Vico Studies, 6 (1988), 21-30.
"How to Teach Belief?" The Maine Scholar, 1 (1988), 17"Poetry as Political Philosophy: Notes on Burke and Yeats," in On Modern
Poetry: Essays Presented to Donald Davie, Vereen Bell and Laurence Lerner, eds.
(Vanderbilt University Press, 1988) pp. 145-57.
Review of Visions of Virtue in Tokugawa Japan by Tetsuo Najita, Ethics, 98
(1988), 587-8.
1989
Review of Human Character and Morality by Stephen D. Hudson, Noûs, 23 (1989),
389-90.
1990
"Moral Dilemmas," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 50 Supp. (1990),
367-82.
"Individual and Social Morality in Japan and the United States: Rival
Conceptions of the Self," Philosophy
East and West, 40 (1990), 489-97.
"The Privatization of Good: An Inaugural Lecture," Review of Politics, 52 (1990),
344-61.
"Rejoinder to My Critics, Especially Solomon," Review of Politics, 52 (1990),
375-7.
"The gifford Lectures: Some Modest Proposals," Scots Philosophical Newsletter,
3 (1989), 4-6.
"The Form of the Good, Tradition and Enquiry," in Value and Understanding:
Essays for Peter Winch, Raimond Gaita, ed. (London: Routledge, 1990), pp.
242-62.
"The Return to Virtue Ethics," in The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Vatican II,
Russell E. Smith, ed. (Braintree: The Pope John Centre, 1990) pp. 239-49.
Review of Contingency, Irony and Solidarity by Richard Rorty, Journal of
Philosophy, 87 (1990), 708-11.
Review of The Abuse of Casuistry by Albert R. Jonsen and Stephen Toulmin,
Journal of the History of Philosophy, 28 (1990), 634-5.
1991
"Community, Law, and the Idiom and Rhetoric of Rights," Listening: Journal of
Religion and Culture, 26 (1991), 96-110.
"Précis of Whose Justice? Which Rationality?," Philosophy and
Phenomenological Research, 51 (1991), 149-52.
"Reply to Roque," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 51 (1991), 619-20.
"Reply to Dahl, Baier and Schneewind," Philosophy and Phenomenological
Research, 51 (1991), 169-78.
"I'm Not a Communitarian, But...," The Responsive Community, 1 (3) (Summer
1991), 91-2.
"Persons and Human Beings: The Person and the Human Mind: Issues in
Ancient and Modern Philosophy," (with Christopher Gill), Arion, 1 (1991),
188-94.
"How to Seem Virtuous Without Actually Being So," Centre for the Study of
Cultural Values, Occasional Papers Series No.1, (Lancaster University, 1991)
"Nietzsche O Aristotele?" in Conversazioni Americane, Giovanna Borradori, ed.
(Roma-Bari: Editori Laterza, 1991) pp. 169-87. English translation, "Nietzsche
or Aristotle?" in The American Philosopher: Conversations with Quine, Davidson,
Putnam, Nozick, Danto, Rorty, Cavell, MacIntyre, and Kuhn by Giovanna
Borradori (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994) pp. 137-52.
"How Is Intellectual Excellence in Philosophy To Be Understood By a Catholic
Philosopher?" Current Issues
in Catholic Higher Education, 12 (1991), 47-50.
"Incommensurability, Truth, and the Conversation Between Confucians and
Aristotelians About the Virtues," in Culture and Modernity: East-West
Philosophic Perspectives, Eliot Deutsch, ed. (Honolulu: University of Hawaii
Press, 1991), 104-22.
"An Interview With Alasdair MacIntyre," Cogito, 5 (1991), 67-73.
Review of The Tradition of Scottish Philosophy by Alexander Broadie,
Philosophical Quarterly, 41 (1991),
258-60.
Review of The Persistence of Faith by Jonathan Sacks, The Tablet, Feb. 25 1991),
240-2.
Review of Newman After a Hundred Years, Ian Ker and Alan G. Hill, eds.,
Philosophical Books, 32 (1991),
154-6.
Review of An Introduction to the Metaphysics of Knowledge by Yves René Simon,
American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 65 (1991), 112-14.
Review of The Fabric of Character: Aristotle's Theory of Virtue by Nancy
Sherman, Mind, 100 (1991), 415-16.
Review of The Idea of Political Theory: Reflections on the Self in Political Time
and Place by Tracy B. Strong, Ethics, 101 (1991), 878-9.
Review of Philosophy and the Spontaneous Philosophy of the Scientists and Other
Essays by Louis Althusser, Isis, 82 (1991), 603-4.
1992
"Colors, Cultures and Practices," Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 17 (1992), 1-23.
"Plain Persons and Moral Philosophy: Rules, Virtues and Goods," American
Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 66 (1992), 3-19.
"What Has Not Happened in Moral Philosophy," Yale Journal of Criticism, 5
(1992), 193-9.
Review of Morality and Modernity by Ross Poole, Radical Philosophy, 60 (1992),
57-8.
Review of Mind in Action by Amélie O. Rorty, Noûs, 26 (1992), 101-2.
Review of The Ennobling of Democracy: The Challenge of the Postmodern Age by
Thomas L. Pangle, Review of Politics, 54 (1992), 311-13.
Review of The Moral Virtues and Theological Ethics by Romanus Cessario,
Thomist, 56 (1992), 339-44.
Review of Cultural Otherness: Correspondence with Richard Rorty by Anindita
Niyogi Balslev, Philosophy East and West, 42 (1992), 682-4.
1993
"Miller's Foucault, Foucault's Foucault," Salmagundi, 97 (1993), 54-60.
"Are Philosophical Problems Insoluble? The Relevance of System and History,"
in Philosophical Imagination and Cultural Memory: Appropriating Historical
Traditions, Patricia Cook, ed. (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1993) pp.
65-82.
"Which World Do You See?" [Review of Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals, by
Iris Murdoch], New York Times Book Review, Jan. 3 1993, 9.
Review of Moral Education in Aristotle by Gerard Verbeke, Ancient Philosophy,
13 (1993), 220-21.
Review of Moral Absolutes: Tradition, Revision and Truth by John Finnis, Ethics,
103 (1993), 811-12.
1994
"The Theses on Feuerbach: A Road Not Taken," in Artifacts, Representations and
Social Practice, Carol C. Gould and Robert S. Cohen, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer,
1994) pp. 277-90.
"The Splendour of the Truth," Thomist, 58 (1994), 171-95.
"Critical Remarks on The Sources of the Self by Charles Taylor," Philosophy
and Phenomenological Research, 54 (1994), 187-90.
"A Partial Response to My Critics," in After MacIntyre: Critical Perspectives on
the Work of Alasdair MacIntyre, John Horton and Susan Mendus, eds. (Notre
Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994) pp. 283-304.
"My Station and its Virtues," Journal of Philosophical Research, 19 (1994), 1-8.
"The Privatization of Good: An Inaugural Lecture," in The
Liberalism-Communitarianism Debate: Liberty and Community Values, C. F.
Delaney, ed. (Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 1994) pp. 1-17.
"Moral Relativism, Truth and Justification," in Moral Truth and Moral Tradition,
Luke Gormally, ed. (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1994) pp Review of Political
Psychology by Jon Elster, Ethics, 105 (1994), 183-5.
1995
"The Spectre of Communitarianism," Radical Philosophy, No.70 (Mar./Apr.
1995), 34-5. "Truthfulness, Lies, and Moral Philosophers: What Can We Learn
from Kant and Mill," in The Tanner Lectures on Human Values 16, Grethe B.
Peterson, ed. (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1995), pp. 307-61.
"Histories of Moral Philosophy," The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Ted
Honderich, ed. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995), pp. 356-60.
"Lying," The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Ted Honderich, ed. (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 1995), p. 515. Review of Prospects for a Common
Morality, Gene Outka and John P. Reeder, eds. Philosophy and
Phenomenological Research, 55 (1995), 484-7.
1996
"Natural Law as Subversive: The Case of Aquinas," Journal of Medieval and
Early Modern Studies, 26 (1996), 61-83.
Review of Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism: The Philosophy of Charles Taylor in
Question, James Tully, ed. Philosophical Quarterly, 46 (1996), 522-4. 1997
Review of Philosophical Arguments by Charles Taylor, Philosophical Quarterly,
47 (1997), 94-6.
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