Spinoza Problem, by Irvin Yalom
Book review, Philosophical Practice,
7.1 March 2012, 945-50
Editorial, Philosophical Practice,
5.3, November 2010, 555-56
Special Issue on Socratic Dialogue
Pays ... or, Why Cars Have Speedometers"
A libertarian satire on highway robbery of citizens
Times Higher Education, "Off Piste"
Column, April 1, 2010
Habits: Techniques for Excellence in Sports, by B.P. Bam
B.P Bam is India'a leading sports psychologist. This book
first appeared in Philosophical Practice, Vol
5.1, March 2010.
in Human Progress"
An invited article for the Report
of the 5th Global China Business Meeting
Lisbon, Portugal, November 2009.
Serpents and Something-Elseness"
A Metadialogue on Philosophy and Psychotherapy
Philosophical Practice, 4.3, 519-34, 2009.
and Profane Extremes in the USA"
Apocalyptic Christianity and Neo-Marxist Deconstruction
Guest Column for Strategic Foresight Institute, 2006
Matrix and Plato’s Cave: Why the Sequels Failed”
in More Matrix and Philosophy, edited
by William Irwin, Open Court,
Chicago, 3-11, 2005
Ancient Art of Modern Leadership"
Virtue ethics of Aristotle,
Buddha and Confucius for
contemporary leaders, in Global Agenda,
magazine of the World Economic Forum, 2004
An essay on philosophy, psychiatry and The Magic Mountain
in Philosophy and Psychiatry, edited by Thomas
Johannes Thome, De Gruyter, Berlin, 27-49, 2004.
You're Offended, Are You Harmed?"
Chapter 4 of The Big Questions (Bloomsbury
distinguishes between offense and harm. This vital
distinction has been badly blurred by political correctness.
Geometry of Defection" with
in Cheryl Hughes and James Wong, eds.,
Social Philosophy Today,
Volume 17, Philosophy Documentation Center, Charlotesville,
You a Spiritual Being?"
Chapter 10 of The Big Questions
introduced and illustrated by Art
Historian Virginia Bonito,
founder of The Mnemonsyne Foundation.
of "Revolt of the Primitive"
My review of Howard Schwartz's book on the roots of political
correctness first appeared in Sexuality and Culture,
6, 97-102, 2002.
Counseling: An Interview with LM"
Interview by Australian psychologist and author Len Oakes,
for Psychotherapy in Australia, Volume 8
Number 3, May 2002
Tragedy of the Coffeehouse: Costly Riding and
How to Avert It"
This experiment in cyberspace was inspired by Zeno's Coffeehouse,
whose proprietor is philosopher Ron Barnette. The article
in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. 43,
No. 4, 434-450, Aug 1999.
Brave New Work: Fair New World"
Libertarian lawyer Karen Selick reviews my underground novel,
Fair New World, a satire on political correctness
feminism. Her review first appeared in Canadian Lawyer,