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Dolan, Brian, Malthus, medicine, & morality: 'malthusianism' after 1798, Amsterdam/Atlanta, Ed. Rodopi, 2000.
Series: Clio Medica/The Wellcome Institute Series in the History of  Medicine 59

Thomas Robert Malthus's reputation has lately been rehabilitated in the fields of social biology, demography, environmentalism, and economics. In the midst of this current interest and with the chance to mark the occasion of the bicentenary of the first edition of the Essay on Population (1798), the contributors to this volume take this timely opportunity to examine the historical conditions in which Malthus constructed his theory, and in which the concept of a 'Malthusian' and 'Neo-Malthusian' philosophy first emerged. The essays redress the balance between Malthus's original argument, the immediate responses to Malthus by medics and theologians in Britain and on the Continent, and some of the ways that his ideas were later attacked, appropriated, or misrepresented. Included here are essays that not only re-evaluate the development of Malthus's theory, but also offer critical perspectives on the generation of the 'Malthusian league' and debates about birth control in Britain and on the Continent, and Malthus's influence on the emergence of social science and Darwinian evolutionary biology.

Contents: Acknowledgements. Notes on Contributors. Brian DOLAN: Introduction: Malthusian Selections. 1. Brian DOLAN: Malthus's Political Economy of Health: The critique of Scandinavia in the Essay on Population. 2. Timothy L. ALBORN: Boys to Men: Moral Restraint at Haileybury College. 3. Roy PORTER: The Malthusian Moment. 4. Robert M. YOUNG: 'Malthus on Man - In Animals No Moral Restraint'. 5. Brian YOUNG: Malthus Among the Theologians. 6. Christopher HAMLIN and Kathleen GALLAGHER-KAMPER: Malthus and the Doctors: Political Economy, Medicine, and the State in England, Ireland, and Scotland, 1800-1840. 7. Lesley A. HALL: Malthusian Mutations: The Changing Politics and Moral Meanings of Birth Control in Britain. 8. Angus McLAREN: Reproduction and Revolution: Paul Robin and Neo-Malthusianism in France. 9. Antonello LA VERGATA: Biology and Sociology of Fertility: Reactions to the Malthusian Threat, 1798-1933. Index.

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Goodman, Nelson

This is based on, but extends and updates, a bibliography that appeared in the Journal of Aesthetic Education, vol. 25, no. 1,
Spring 1991, with the following note of attribution.

The preparation of this bibliography by Sigrid Berka, PhD, was supervised by Paul Hernadi, Director, Interdisciplinary
Humanities Center, University of California at Santa Barbara. We gratefully acknowledge the advice and cooperation of
Professors Nelson Goodman (Harvard University), Catherine Z. Elgin (Dartmouth College), and Karl H. Potter (University of
Washington), as well as various staff members of the UCSB library. The work on the bibliography was funded by a generous
research grant of the American Library Association.
Original material copyright 1991 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. Used with the permission of the
University of Illinois Press.
Last updated June 2000 by John Lee, HCRC, University of Edinburgh. Further additions welcomed.
 
 

A. WRITINGS BY NELSON GOODMAN
I. Books
— A Study of Qualities. Diss. Harvard U., 1941. In book form: New York: Garland, 1990. Harvard Dissertations in Philosophy Series.
— The Structure of Appearance. Harvard UP, 1951. 2nd ed. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966. 3rd ed. Boston: Reidel, 1977. In Italian: La struttura dell'apparenza. Trans. Alberto Emiliani. Bologna: Il Mulino 1985.
— Fact, Fiction, and Forecast. University of London: Athlone Press, 1954. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1955. 2nd ed.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1965. 3rd. ed. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1973. 4th ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1983.
In German: Tatsache, Fiktion, Voraussage. Trans. Hermann Vetter. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1975. In French: Faits, Fiction
et Prediction. Trans. Martin Abran. Paris: Edition de Minuit, 1985. In Italian: Fatti, ipotesi e previsioni. Trans. C. Marletti.
Bari: Laterza, 1985. In Japanese: Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 1987. In Portuguese: Lisbon: Presença, forthcoming, 1991.
— Languages of Art: An Approach to a Theory of Symbols. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1968. 2nd ed. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1976. In Great Britain: Brighton: Harvester, 1981. In German: Sprachen der Kunst: Ein Ansatz zu einer Symboltheorie. Trans. Jurgen Schlaeger. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1973. Also in German: Sprachen der Kunst : Entwurf einer Symboltheorie. Trans. Bernd Philippi. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp 1997. In Spanish: Los lenguajes del arte: Aproximacion a la teoria de los simbolos. Barcelona: Editorial Seix Barral, 1976. In Italian: I linguaggi dell'arte. Milano: Il Saggiatore, 1976. Rpt. Milano: Arnoldo Mondadori, forthcoming 1991. In Japanese: Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 1985. In French: Les Langages de l'Art. Nimes: Editions Jacqueline Chambon, 1990.
— Problems and Projects. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1972. Currently available from Hackett. In Italian: Turin: Bollati
Boringhieri (in preparation).
— Basic Abilities Required for Understanding and Creation in the Arts: Final Report (with David Perkins, Howard Gardner, and the assistance of Jeanne Bamberger et al.) Cambridge: Harvard University, Graduate School of Education: Project No. 9-0283, Grant No. OEG-0-9-310283-3721 (010), 1972.
— Ways of Worldmaking. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1978. In Great Britain: Hassocks, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1978. Paperback: Indianapolis: Hackett, 1985. In German: Weisen der Welterzeugung. Trans. Max Looser. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1984. In Japanese: Sekai-Seisaku No Hoho. Trans. Tateki Sugeno and Masayuki Nakamura. Tokyo: Misuzu Shobo, 1987. In Italian: Vedere e costruire il mondo. Trans. C. Marletti. Bari: Laterza, 1988. In Spanish: Madrid: Visor (in preparation).
— Of Mind and Other Matters. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1984. In German: Vom Denken und anderen Dingen. Trans.
Bernd Philippi. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1987. In Spanish: Madrid: Visor (in preparation).
— Reconceptions in Philosophy and other Arts and Sciences (with Catherine Z. Elgin). Indianapolis: Hackett; London:
Routledge, 1988. Paperback Edition, London: Routledge, Indianapolis: Hackett, 1990. In German: Revisionen: Philosophie
und andere Kunste und Wissenschaften. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1989. In Italian: Turin: Bollati Boringhieri, 1991.

II. Articles
"The Calculus of Individuals and Its Uses" (with Henry Siggins Leonard). Journal of Symbolic Logic 5 (1940): 45-55.
"Elimination of Extra-Logical Postulates" (with Willard Van Orman Quine). Journal of Symbolic Logic 5 (1940): 104-109.
"Sequences." Journal of Symbolic Logic 6 (1941): 150-153.
"On the Simplicity of Ideas." Journal of Symbolic Logic 8 (1943): 107-121.
"Descartes as Philosopher" (mimeographed). Boston: Cartesian Research Bureau (1946).
"A Query on Confirmation." Journal of Philosophy 43 (1946): 383-385.
"On Infirmities of Confirmation-Theory." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 8 (1947): l49-151.
"Steps toward a Constructive Nominalism" (with Willard Van Orman Quine). Journal of Symbolic Logic 12 (1947): 105-122.

"The Problem of Counterfactual Conditionals." Journal of Philosophy 44 (1947): 113-120. Rpt. in Semantics and the
Philosophy of Language. Ed. Leonard Linsky. Urbana: U of Illinois P (1952). Also rpt. in Philosophy of Knowledge. Ed
Roland Houde and Joseph P. Mullally. New York, 1960. Also rpt. with slight changes in Fact, Fiction, and Forecast. Also
rpt. in Conditionals. Ed. Frank Jackson. Oxford, forthcoming.
"The Logical Simplicity of Predicates." Journal of Symbolic Logic 14 (1949): 32-41.
"On Likeness of Meaning." Analysis 10 (1949): 1-7. Rpt. in Linsky, 1952, and in Philosophy and Analysis. Ed. Margaret
MacDonald. Oxford: Blackwell, 1966.
"Some Reflections on the Theory of Systems." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 9 (1949): 620-626.
"An Improvement in the Theory of Simplicity." Journal of Symbolic Logic 14 (1950): 228-229.
"New Notes on Simplicity." Journal of Symbolic Logic 17 (1952): 189-191.
"On a Pseudo-Test of Translation." Philosophical Studies 3 (1952): 81-82.
"Sense and Certainty." Philosophical Review 61 (1952): 160-167. Rpt. in The Philosophy of Knowledge. Eds. Roland Houde
and Joseph P. Mullally. Chicago: Lippincott, 1960. 96-103.
"On Some Differences about Meaning." Analysis 13 (1953): 90-96. Rpt. in Philosophy and Analysis. Ed. Margaret
MacDonald.
"Axiomatic Measurement of Simplicity." Journal of Philosophy 52 (1955): 709-722.
"Definition and Dogma." Pennsylvania Literary Review 6 (1956): 9-14.
"The Revision of Philosophy." American Philosophers at Work. Ed. Sidney Hook. New York: Criterion, 1956. 75-92. This is
a slightly changed version of "The Significance of Der logische Aufbau der Welt" (1963), below.
"A Study of Methods of Evaluating Information Processing Systems of Weapons Systems." U of Pennsylvania: The Institute
for Cooperative Research. Project Wescom DA36-039 SC 63143 (1956).
"A World of Individuals." The Problem of Universals: A Symposion. Notre Dame, Ind.: U of Notre Dame P, 1956. 13-31.
Rpt. in Philosophy of Mathematics. Eds. Paul Benacerraf and Hilary Putnam. New York: Prentice Hall, 1964. 197-210.
"Determination of Deficiencies in Information Processing." U of Pennsylvania: The Institute for Cooperative Research. Project
Wescom DA 36-039 SC 63143 (1957).
Letter to the Editor. Mind 66 (1957): 78. [Refers to W. C. Clement's "Quality Orders." Mind 65 (1956): 184-199.]
"Parry on Counterfactuals." Journal of Philosophy 54 (1957): 442-445.
"Reply to an Adverse Ally." Journal of Philosophy 54 (1957): 531-533. [Refers to John C. Cooley's study of Goodman's
Fact, Fiction, Forecast. Journal of Philosophy 54 (1957): 293-311.]
"On Relations that Generate." Philosophical Studies 9 (1958): 65-66.
"The Test of Simplicity." Science 128 (1958): 1064-1069.
"Recent Developments in the Theory of Simplicity." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 19 (1959): 429-446.
"The Way the World Is." Review of Metaphysics 14 (1960): 48-56.
"Positionality and Pictures." Philosophical Review 69 (1960): 523-525.
"About." Mind 70 (1961): 1-24.
"Condensation versus Simplification." Theoria 27 (1961). 47-48.
"Graphs for Linguistics." Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Mathematics. American Mathematical Society, 12 (1961):
52-55.
"Safety, Strength, Simplicity." Philosophy of Science 28 (1961): 150-151.
"Faulty Formalization." Journal of Philosophy 60 (1963): 578-579.
"Science and Simplicity." Voice of America Philosophy of Science Series, 16 (1963). Rpt. in Philosophy of Science Today.
Ed. Sidney Morgenbesser. New York: Basic, 1967. 68-78.
"The Significance of Der logische Aufbau der Welt." The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap. Ed. Paul Arthur Schilpp. La Salle, Ill.:
Open Court, 1963. 545-558. This is a slightly different version of "The Revision of Philosophy" (1956), above.
"'About' Mistaken." Mind 74 (1965): 248.
"Merit as Means." Art and Philosophy. Ed. Sidney Hook. New York UP, 1966. 56-57.
"The Epistemological Argument." Synthese 17 (1967): 23-28.
"Two Replies." Journal of Philosophy 64 (1967): 286-287. [Replies to Donald Davidson. "Emeroses by Other Names."
Journal of Philosophy 63 (1966): 778-780, and to John R. Wallace. "Lawlikeness = Truth." Journal of Philosophy 63 (1966):
780-781.]
"Science and Simplicity." Philosophy of Science Today. Ed. Sidney Morgenbesser. New York: Basic, 1967. 68-78.
"Uniformity and Simplicity." 75th Anniversary Lecture. Geological Society of America (1963). GSA Special Paper 89 (1967):
93-99.
"Art and Inquiry" (Presidential Address). Proceedings and Addresses of The American Philosophical Association, Eastern
Division. XLI. Yellow Springs, OH: Antioch, Oct. 1968. 5-19.
"Reality Remade." L'Age de la Science. 1 (1968): 19-40.
"The Emperor's New Ideas." Language and Philosophy. Ed. Sidney Hook. New York UP (1969): 138-142.
"Memorial Note" (on Henry Leonard). The Logical Way of Doing Things. Ed. Karel Lambert. New Haven, Conn.: Yale UP,
1969. ix-x.
"A Revision in the Structure of Appearance." Journal of Philosophy 66 (1969): 383-385.
"Some Notes on Languages of Art." Journal of Philosophy 67 (1970): 563-573.
"An Improvement in the Theory of Projectability" (with Robert Schwartz and Israel Scheffler). Journal of Philosophy 67
(1970): 605-608.
"The Randolph Museum Case" (with Howard Gardner). Prepared for the Institute in Arts Administration, Harvard University,
1970.
"Seven Strictures on Similarity." Experience and Theory. Eds. Lawrence Foster and John W. Swanson. Amherst: U of
Massachusetts P, 1970. 19-29.
"On J. J. Gibson's New Perspective." Leonardo 4 (1971): 359-360.
"Art and Understanding: The Need for a Less Simple-Minded Approach." Music Educators Journal 58.5 (Feb.1972): 43-45;
85-88.
"Selective Confirmations and the Ravens: A Reply to Foster" (with Israel Scheffler). Journal of Philosophy 69 (1972): 78-83.
"On Kahane's Confusions." Journal of Philosophy 69 (1972): 83-84.
"'That is': A Reply to Isaac Newton Nozick." Journal of Philosophy 70 (1973): 166.
"Much Ado." Synthese 28 (1974): 259.
"The Status of Style." Critical Inquiry 1 (1975): 799-811.
"Words, Works, Worlds." Erkenntnis 9 (1975): 57-73.
"A Message from Mars." The Arts Spectrum. Office of the Arts, Harvard University. 2 (1975).
"Bad Company: A Reply to Mr. Zabludowski and Others" (with Joseph Ullian). Journal of Philosophy 72 (1975): 142-145.
[Refers to Zabludowski, Andrzej. "Concerning a Fiction about How Facts Are." Journal of Philosophy 4 (1974): 97-112.]
"The Trouble with Root." Linguistics and Philosophy 1 (1977): 277-278. [A reply to Root, Michael D. "Nelson Goodman
and the Logical Articulation of Nominal Compounds." Linguistics and Philosophy 1 (1977): 259-271.]
"Predicates without Properties." Midwest Studies in Philosophy 2 (1977): 212-213.
"'Truth about Jones"' (with Joseph Ullian). Journal of Philosophy 74 (1977): 317-338.
"When Is Art?" The Arts and Cognition. Eds. David Perkins and Barbara Leondar. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1977.
11-19. Rpt. in French: Philosophie analytique et esthetique. Ed. and Trans. Danielle Lories. Paris: Meridiens-Klincksieck,
1988. 199-210. Also rpt. in Russian: American Philosophy of Art: Main Conceptions of the Second Half of the 20th Century.
Ed. Bohdan Dzimidok. Moskow: Iskusstvo Art Publishers, forthcoming.
"The Short of It" (with Joseph Ullian). Journal of Philosophy 75 (1978): 263-264.
"Comments on Wollheim's Paper: 'Are the Criteria of Identity that Hold for a Work of Art in the Different Arts Aesthetically
Relevant?'" Ratio 20 (1978): 49-51.
"In Defense of Irrealism" (Letter to the Editor). New York Review of Books 25.20 (1978): 58. [A Response to W. V.
Quine's Review of Goodman's Ways of Worldmaking. NYR 25.18 (1978): 25.]
"On Matter over Mind" (Letter to the Editor) New York Review of Books 26.8 (1979): 42. [A Response to the Exchange,
NYR 25.21 & 22 (1979): 48-49, between Asher Seidel and W. V. Quine concerning Quine's Review of Goodman's Ways
of Worldmaking.]
"Metaphor as Moonlighting." Critical Inquiry 6 (1979): 125-130. [A reply to Donald Davidson. "What Metaphors Mean."
Critical Inquiry 5 (1978): 31-47.] Rpt. in On Metaphor. Ed. Sheldon Sacks. Chicago: U Chicago P, 1979: 175-180.
"J. J. Gibson's Approach to the Visual Perception of Pictures." Leonardo 12 (1979): 175.
"Twisted Tales–or, Story, Study, and Symphony." Critical Inquiry 7 (1980): 103-119. Rpt. in Synthese 46 (1981): 331-349.
Also rpt. in On Narrative. Ed. W. J. T. Mitchell. University of Chicago Press, 1981. 99-115. In German: "Verdrehte
Erzahlungen; oder Geschichte, Studie und Symphonie." Das Laokoon-Projekt: Plane einer semiotischen Asthetik. Ed. Gunter
Gebauer. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1984. 183-206.
"The Telling and the Told." Critical Inquiry 7 (1981): 799-801. [A Reply to Barbara Herrnstein Smith. "Narrative Versions,
Narrative Theories." Critical Inquiry 7 (1980): 213-236.] Rpt. in On Narrative. Ed. W. J. T. Mitchell. University of Chicago
Press, 1981. 255-257.
"On Starmaking." Synthese 46 (1980): 211-216.
"Perspective as a Convention–on the Views of Goodman and Gombrich." Leonardo 14 (1981): 86.
"Routes of Reference." Critical Inquiry 8 (1981):121-132. In German: "Wege der Referenz." (Denotational Reference
Characteristics: Verbal Denotation, Notation, Pictorial Notation And Quotation) Zeitschrift fur Semiotik 3 (1981): 11-22.
"Ways of Worldmaking." Leonardo 14 (1981): 351.
"The Fabrication of Facts." Relativism: Cognitive and Moral. Eds. Jack W. Meiland and Michael Krausz. Notre Dame: U of
Notre Dame P, 1982. 18-29.
"Implementation of the Arts." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 40 (1982): 281-283.
"On Thoughts without Words." Cognition: International Journal of Cognitive Psychology 12 (1982): 211-217.
"Fiction for Five Fingers." Philosophy and Literature 6.1,2 (1982): 162-164. Rpt. in How Many Questions. Eds. Leigh S.
Cauman, Isaac Levi, Charles Parsons, and Robert Schwartz. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1983. 336-340.
"Realism, Relativism, and Reality." New Literary History 14 (1983): 269-272. [A Response to Menachem Brinker's
"Verisimilitude, Conventions, and Beliefs." New Literary History 14 (1983): 253-267.]
"Semiotische Asthetik und pragmatischer Irrealismus." Zeitschriftfur Semiotik 5 (1983): 256-257.
"Modes of Symbolization" and "Afterword: An Illustration." What Is Dance? Eds. Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen.
Oxford: Oxford UP, 1983. 66-84.
"The Role of Notations." What Is Dance? Eds. Roger Copeland and Marshall Cohen. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1983. 399-410.
"Notes on the Well-Made World." Erkenntnis 19 (1983): 99-108. Rpt. in Partisan Review 51 (1984): 276-288. Printed in
Hebrew as "Hearot al haolam haasuy kahalacha." Iyyun 31 (1982): 227-234.
"Representation and Realism in Art" (with Menachem Brinker). Printed in Hebrew as "Yitzog v' realizem b'omanut." Iyyun 32
(1983): 216-222.
"Implementation of the Arts." Communication and Cognition 17 (1984): 11-14.
"Relativism Awry: Response to Feyerabend." New Ideas in Psychology 2 (1984): 125.
"Statement and Pictures." Erkenntnis 22 (1985): 265-270.
"How Buildings Mean." Critical Inquiry 11 (1985): 642-653. Rpt. in English and in Italian as "Che cosa significa construire, e
quando e perche." Domus 672 (May 1986): 17-28. Also rpt. in German as "Wie Bauwerke bedeuten– und wann und
weshalb." Trans. Theda Ites. Das Abenteuer der Ideen: Architektur und Philosophie seit der industriellen Revolution.
Internationale Bauausstellung Berlin. Eds. Claus Baldus and Vittorio Lampugnani. Berlin: Frolich & Kaufmann, 1987.
237-246.
"The End of the Museum?" Journal of Aesthetic Education 19.2 (1985): 53-62.
"Interpretation and Identity–Can the Work Survive the World?" (with Catherine Z. Elgin). Critical Inquiry 12 (1986):
564-575.
"A Note on Copies." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 44 (1986): 291-292.
"Nominalisms." The Philosophy of W. V. Quine. Eds. Lewis Edwin Hahn and Paul Arthur Schilpp. La Salle, Ill.: Open Court,
1986.
"The Nature And Function Of Architecture." Domus, 672 (1986):17-28.
"Changing the Subject" (with Catherine Z. Elgin). Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 46 (1987): 219-223. Rpt. in
Analytic Aesthetics. Ed. Richard Schusterman. New York: Basil, 1989. 190-196. In French: Esthetique et Connaissance:
Pour changer de Sujet (with Catherine Elgin). Combas: Edition de l'Eclat, forthcoming, 1990.
"Variations on Variation–or Picasso Back to Bach." Essays in the Philosophy of Music. Eds. Veikko Rantala, Lewis Rowell,
and Eero Tarasti. Helsinki: Acta Philosophica Fennica 43, 1987.
"On Some Worldly Worries." Published by the Author at Emerson Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, September 1,
1988. (Reply to Scheffler.)
Introduction, "Aims and Claims." Journal of Aesthetic Education 22.1 (1988): 1 -2.
"On What Should Not Be Said about Representation." Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 46 (1988): 419.
"Just the Facts, Ma'am'!" Relativism: Interpretation and Confrontation. Ed. Michael Krausz. Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame
P, 1989. 80-85.
"Savoir et Faire" (with Catherine Elgin). Trans. Jacques Riche. Encyclopedie Philosophique Universelle 1: L' Univers
Philosophique. Ed. Andre Jacob. Paris: Presse Universitaire de France,1989. 520-528.
"Authenticity." The Dictionary of Art. Ed. Jane Shoaf Turner. London: Macmillan, forthcoming.
"Contraverting A Contradiction, A Note On Metaphor And Simile, Reply To Kulka,Tomas." Poetics Today, 13.4 (1992):
807-808.
"Status and System: from the 1st Part of the Author's Doctoral Thesis 'A Study Of Qualities'." Revue Internationale de
Philosophie, 47.185 (1993): 99-139.
"How Metaphor Works its Wonders" (with T. Kulka, in Czech). Filosoficky Casopis, 42.3 (1994): 403-420.
"Pictures in the Mind?" Images and Understanding. Eds. H. B. Barlow, Colin Blakemore, and Miranda Weston-Smith.
Cambridge UP, 1990: 358-364.
The following is a version of a chapter from Reconceptions in Philosophy:
"A Reconception of Philosophy." Bewusstsein, Sprache und die Kunst. Ed. Michael Benedikt (in German).

III. Reviews
Rev. of Outline of a Logical Analysis of Law, by Felix Oppenheim. Philosophy of Science 11 (1944): 142-160.
Rev. of "Definition and Specification of Meaning," by Kaplan. Journal of Symbolic Logic, 11 (1946): 80-81; Journal of
Philosophy 43 (1946): 281-288.
Rev. of Elements of Symbolic Logic, by Hans Reichenbach. Philosophical Review 58 (1948): 100-102.
Rev. of "Replacement of Auxiliary Expressions," by William Craig. Philosophical Review 65 (1956): 38-55; Journal of
Symbolic Logic 22 (1957): 317-319.
Rev. of "Reds, Greens, and Logical Analysis," by Hilary Putnam. Philosophical Review 65 (1956): 206-217; Journal of
Symbolic Logic 22 (1957): 318-319.
Rev. of Philosophical Analysis, by J. O. Urmson. Mind 67 (1958): 107-109.
Rev. of Art and Illusion, by Ernst H. Gombrich. Journal of Philosophy 57 (1960): 595-599
Rev. of Berkeley's Theory of Vision, by David M. Armstrong. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 23 (1962):
284-285.
Rev. of Remarks on Color, by Ludwig Wittgenstein. Journal of Philosophy 75 (1978): 503-504.

IV. Miscellaneous
— Script for "Hockey Seen," multimedia production (choreography by Martha Gray; electronic score by John Adams).
Performed Browne and Nichols School, August 1972; Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University, October 1973; Zellerbach
Theatre, University of Pennsylvania, November 1973. Culture Center, Knokke, Belgium, 1980.
— Script for "Rabbit, Run," dance version of John Updike's novel (choreography by Martha Gray; score by Joel Kabakov).
Performed Agassiz Theatre, Harvard University, August 1973; Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University, October 1973, in
part, Zellerbach Theatre, University of Pennsylvania, November 1973.
— Conceptual design for "Variations: An Illustrated Lecture Concert," including live or taped performance of David Alpher's
"Las Meninas" Theme and Variations for piano, guitar, oboe, and cello, synchronized with presentation of slides of Las
Meninas by Velazquez and of Picasso's painted variations on it. Performances to date: University of Helsinki (September
1985), Wayne State University (February 1986), Rockport Chamber Music Festival (June 1986), Harvard University
(October 1986), Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas (February 1987), University of California, Santa Barbara (February
1990).
 

B. FESTSCHRIFT AND SYMPOSIA

The New Riddle of Induction, in: Journal of Philosophy 63 (1966): 281-331.

[Goodman, Nelson. "Foreword." 281; Jeffey, Richard C. "Goodman's Query." 281-288; Thomson, Judith Jarvis. "Grue."
289-309; Wallace, John R. "Goodman, Logic, Induction." 310-331; Goodman, Nelson. "Comments." 328-331.]

Rudner, Richard S., and Israel Scheffler, eds. Essays in Honor of Nelson Goodman. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1972.

General Topic: Languages of Art. Monist 58 (1974): 175-318.

[Margolis, Joseph. "Art as Language." 175-186; Sparshot, F. E. "Goodman on Expression." 187-202; Tormey, Alan.
"Indeterminacy and of Identity in Art." 203-215; Kjorup Soren. "George Inness and the Battle of Hastings, or Doing Things
with Pictures." 216-235; Walton, Kendall L. "Are Representations Symbols?" 236-254; Bennett, John G. "Depiction and
Convention." 255-268; Carrier, David. "A Reading of Goodman on Representation." 269-284; Ross, Stephanie.
"Caricature." 285-293; Goodman, Nelson. "On Some Questions Concerning Quotation." 294-306; Howard, V. A. "On
Musical Quotation." 307-318.]

Supplement: Symposium on Skills and Symbols in the Arts. Monist 58 (1974): 319-342.

[Gardner, Howard. "A Psychological Investigation of Nelson Goodman's Theory of Symbols." 319-326; Wartowsky, Marx
W. "Art, Action and Ambiguity." 327-338. Goodman, Nelson. "On Reconceiving Cognition." 339-342.]

The Philosophy of Nelson Goodman Part 1, in Erkenutnis 12 (1978): 3-179.

[Eberle, Rolf A. "Goodman on Likeness and Difference of Meaning." 3-16; Wartowsky, Marx W. "Rules and Representation:
The Virtues of Constancy and Fidelity Put in Perspective." 17-36; Robinson, Jenefer. "Two Theories of Representation."
37-53; Kjørup, Søren. "Pictorial Speech Acts." 55-71; Howard, V. A. "Music and Constant Comment." 73-82; Sagoff,
Mark. "Historical Authenticity." 83-93; Beardsley, Monroe C. "Languages of Art and Art Criticism." 95-118; Morawski,
Stefan. "Three Observations on Languages of Art." 119-128; Rudner, Richard S. "Show or Tell: Incoherence among Symbol
Systems." 129-151; Goodman, Nelson. "Replies." 153-179.]

The Philosophy of Nelson Goodman Part 11, in Erkenntnis 12 (1978): 181-291.

[Essler, Wilhelm. "Corrupted Concepts and Empiricism." 181-187; von Kutschera, Franz. "Goodman on Induction."
189-207; Hellman, G. "Accuracy and Actuality." 209-228; Breitkopf, Alfred. "Axiomatisierung einiger Begriffe aus Nelson
Goodman's The Structure of Appearance." 229-247; Fox, Ivan. "Distance from Indifference." 249-279; Goodman, Nelson,
"Replies." 281-291.]

Symposium: Goodman's Ways of Worldmaking, in Journal of Philosophy 76 (1979): 603-619.

[Putnam, Hilary. "Reflections on Goodman's Ways of Worldmaking." 603-617; Scheffler, Israel. "The Wonderful Worlds of
Goodman." 618; Goodman, Nelson. "Credence, Credibility, Comprehension." 619.]

Aesthetics and Worldmaking: An Exchange with Nelson Goodman, in: Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 39 (1981):
249-280.

[Ackerman, James S. "Worldmaking and Practical Criticism." 249-254; Kulenkampff, Jens. "Music Considered as a Way of
Worldmaking." 254-258; Martin, Richard. "On Some Aesthetic Relations." 258-264; Nagel, Alan F. "'Or as a Blanket' Some
Comments and Questions on Exemplification." 264-266; Margolis, Joseph. "What is when? When is what? Two Questions
for Nelson Goodman." 266-268; Silvers, Anita. "The Secret of Style." 268-271; Hernadi, Paul. "More Questions Concerning
Quotations." 271-273; Goodman, Nelson. "Replies." 273-280.]

Worldmaking's Ways: A Sort of Workbook on Goodman's Ways of Worldmaking. Eds. L. Aagaared-Mogensen, R.
Pinxten, and F. Vandamme. Gent: Communication & Cognition, 1987.

More Ways of Worldmaking, in Journal of Aesthetic Education 25, 1 (1991):1-112.

[Hernadi, Paul. "More Ways of Worldmaking." 1-4; Goodman, Nelson. "On Capturing Cities" (reprinted from World Cities
and the Metropolis, 1988). 5-9; Elgin, Catherine Z. "Sign, Symbol and System." 11-21; Mitchell, W.J.T. "Realism, Irrealism
and Ideology – A Critique of Nelson Goodman." 23-35; Wollheim, Richard. "The Core of Aesthetics." 37-45; Hernadi, Paul.
"Reconceiving Notation and Performance." 47-56; Ullian, J.S. "Truth." 57-65; Bruner, Jerome. "Self-Making and
World-Making." 67-78; Hawley, A. "A Venerable Museum Faces the Future – Guided Tour Through the Gardner and its
Director's Mind." 79-88; Elgin, Catherine Z. "What Goodman Leaves Out." 89-96; Goodman, Nelson. "Retrospections."
97-98; Berka, Sigrid. "An International Bibliography of Works by and Selected Works about Nelson Goodman." 99-112.]

Probing into Reconceptions, in Synthese 95, 1 (1993): 1-128.

[Scholz, Oliver R. "Introduction: Reconceptions in Context." 1-7; Goodman, Nelson. "On Some Worldly Worries." 9-12;
Elgin, Catherine Z. "Understanding: Art and Science." 13-28; Küng, Guido. "Ontology and the Construction of Systems."
29-53; Rheinwald, Rosemarie. "An Epistemic Solution to Goodman's New Riddle of Induction." 55-76; Heydrich, Wolfgang.
"A Reconception of Meaning." 77-94; Scholz, Oliver R. "When is a Picture?" 95-106; Künne, Wolfgang. "Truth, Rightness
and Permanent Acceptability." 107-117; Koppelberg, Dirk. "Should We Replace Knowledge by Understanding? – A
Comment on Elgin and Goodman's Reconception of Epistemology." 119-128; Elgin, Catherine Z. "Outstanding Problems –
Replies to ZiF Critics". 129-140]

Symposium: The Legacy of Nelson Goodman, in the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism (2000) (forthcoming).

[Carter, Curtis "Nelson Goodman: Obituary"; Robinson,. Jenefer "Languages of Art at the End of the Century"; Elgin,
Catherine, "Reorienting Aesthetics, Reconceiving Cognition"; Lopes, Dominic McIver, "From Languages of Art to Art in
Mind"; Cometti, Jean-Pierre, "Activating Art: A View from France"; Kivy, Peter, "How to Forge a Musical Work"; Gardner,
Howard, "Project Zero: Nelson Goodman's Legacy in Arts Education"]

 Special Section on Nelson Goodman, in Erkenntnis 52, 2 (2000): 149-212.

[Elgin, Catherine Z. "In Memoriam: Nelson Goodman" 149-150; Schwartz, R. "Starting from Scratch: Making Worlds"
151-159; Scheffler, Israel "A Plea for Plurealism" 161-173; Elgin, Catherine Z. "Interpretation and Understanding" 175-183;
Gabriel, Gottfried "Kontinetales Erbe und Analytische Methode. Nelson Goodman und die Tradition" 185-198; Scholz,
Oliver R. "A Solid Sense of Syntax" 199-212.]
 

C. BOOK-LENGTH WORKS ABOUT NELSON GOODMAN

Hausman, Alan. "Goodman's Ontology" (monograph). Carnap and Goodman: Two Formalists, by Alan Hausman and Fred
Wilson. Iowa City: The University of lowa; The Hague: Nijhoff, 1967.

Schuldenfrei, Richard. The Nominalism of Nelson Goodman. Diss. University of Pittsburgh,1972.

Johnson, Baylor Laurence. Sights and Sounds: A Study of Nelson Goodman's Aesthetics. Diss. Northwestern University,
1974.

Kennedy, Ralph Clarence III. On Solving the New Riddle of Induction: A Study of Nelson Goodman's Theory of
Projectibility. Diss. University of California at Berkeley, 1975.

McCarthy, Jeremiah Edward. Peirce's Normative Science. Diss. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980: tries
to reconstruct the proof of pragmatism and shows that it offers a simple solution to Goodman's "new riddle of induction."

Smith, Charles Justice III. Patterns and Strategies: Four Perspectives of Musical Characterization. Diss. The University of
Michigan, 1980: discusses truth as a critical factor for characterizing the individual sentences of an analysis, as suggested by
Nelson Goodman's work.

Green, Judy Lindquist. An Aesthetic Model for Education. Diss. Marquette University, 1980: uses central concepts of
Goodman's theory of symbols.

Bowman, Wayne Devere. Tacit Knowing, Musical Experience, and Music Instruction: The Significance of Michael Polanyi's
Thought for Music Education. Diss. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1980: discusses enigmatic aspects of
Goodman's aesthetic theory.

Hart, Alan Matthew. Aboutness: a Logico-Philosophical Analysis. Diss. Michigan State University, 1981: draws heavily on
Goodman's 1961 paper "About."

Rio, Janice Andrea. Contemporary Aesthetic Theory Applied to Dance as a Performing Art. The University of Nebraska,
1981: discusses Goodman's systematic theory of dance as language in his Languages of Art.

Larusch, Renee Michele. Evidence and Inference. Diss. University of California at Los Angeles, 1980: examines the problem
of induction which has come to be known (due to Goodman) as the 'Grue Paradox.'

Lee, Shui-Chuen. Goodman's Paradox. Diss. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1981.

Collins, Patrick Michael. Towards Dramatic Literacy: the Aesthetic Dimension of Drama in Education. Diss. Harvard
University, 1981: draws on Nelson Goodman's work among others in arguing that the formal aspects of drama are closely
related to the cognitive and affective constituents of the art.

Cain, Jerrilee. Integrating the Arts in Public Education: the Symbolization

Process as Holistic Experience. Diss. New York University, 1982: investigates Nelson Goodman's theory of symbols.

Hatten, Robert Swaney. Toward a Semiotic Model of Style in Music: Epistemological and Methodological Bases. Diss.
Indiana University, 1982: uses Nelson Goodman's notion of 'literal exemplification' for his methodological focus for style
reconstruction.

Coldron, John H. A critical exposition of Nelson Goodman's concept of metaphorical exemplication. Diss. (MPhil) University
of Sheffield, 1982.

Elgin, Catherine. With Reference to Reference. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1983.

Wreen, Michael Joseph. Forgery and Authenticity. Diss. Temple University, 1983: offers an extensive study of Goodman's
"Art and Authenticity."

Makin, Kevin Patrick Francis. Methodological Behavior: Notes towards the Development of a Descriptive Technical
Language for Choice-Behavior. Diss. Washington University, 1983: reviews Goodman's contribution to the development of
the concept of a choice.

Adam, Betty Conrad. The Re-Emergence of Metaphysical Aesthetics. Diss. Rice University, 1983: views Goodman's
philosophy of aesthetics as metaphysical aesthetics.

Dempster, Douglas John. The Naturalism of Pictorial Representation. Diss. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
1983: examines and criticizes Goodman's symbol theory of pictorial representation and defends a resemblance theory against
his criticism.

Kaminski, Stanley Jay. Cotenability Revisited: A New Nomological-Deductive Analysis of Counterfactuals. Diss. The
University of Michigan, 1984: about the subjunctive, conditionals, and Nelson Goodman.

Jordan, James William. System and Shadow: Towards an Aesthetic of Social Action. Saybrooke Institute, 1984: Nelson
Goodman's analyses of symbolic languages provides the chief vehicle for defining art-acts.

Serniak-Catudal, Donna. Objectivity, Logic, and the Justification of Science: The Case of Carnap's The Logical Structure of
the World. Diss. University of Pennsylvania, 1985: discusses Nelson Goodman's understanding of the Aufbau's logic.

Thomas, William James. An Exposition of Visual Metaphor (Symbols). Diss. The Pennsylvania State University, 1985: applies
Nelson Goodman's theory of metaphor.

Roig, Bruce Edward. Reflective Equilibrium and Theory Acceptance. Diss. University of Georgia, 1985: examines portions of
Nelson Goodman's work relevant to the understanding of Rawls's methodology.

Brown, Barry E. Representational Semantics. Diss. The University of Rochester, 1985: presents an original semantic theory
the intuitive ancestry of which he traces back to Nelson Goodman's analysis of meaning.

Herr, Lowell Emerson. Goodman and the Semiotic Theory of Art. Marquette University, 1985.

Conley, Brian George. Theories of Pictorial Representation: Goodman's Relativism and the Similarity Theory. Diss. University
of Minnesota, 1985.

Begres, Sherril Jean. Theories of Metaphor (Similes, Literal, Figurative). Diss. Wayne State University, 1986: examines
extensional conversion theories of metaphor including Nelson Goodman's version.

Tetley, Ann. Social Movements as Worldmaking: A Theoretical and Practical Analysis of the Rhetoric of the British Women's
Suffrage Movement throughout the Perspectives of Charles Stewart and Nelson Goodman. Diss. Ohio University, 1987.

Ahlberg, Lars-Olof Ragnar. Concepts of Realism in Literature and Art. A Historical and Philosophical Study (Realismbegrepp
i Litteratur och Konst. En Idehistorisk och Konstirlosofisk Studie). Diss. Uppsala Universitet, 1988: examines Nelson
Goodman's semantic theory of representation and realism among other theories.

Kemp, Fred Oliver, Jr. Computer-Based Invention Heuristics for Writing: A Theory of Computer-Based Heuristics. Diss.
The University of Texas at Austin, 1988: emphasizes distinction between Rhetoric, Invention, Knowledge Making derived
from a modern, Saussurean, linguistics-based epistemology espoused by Nelson Goodman and others.

Garry, Mitchell. The Contributions of Four Perspectives on Symbolic Form to the Study of Communication Media. Diss.
New York University, 1989: uses Goodman's concept of notational and nonnotational forms.

Gosselin, Mia. Nominalism and contemporary nominalism: ontological and epistemological implications of the work of
W.V.O. Quine and of N. Goodman. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1990.

Scholz, Oliver R. Bild, Darstellung, Zeichen : Philosophische Theorien bildhafter Darstellungen. Freiburg, München: Alber
1991.

Douglas, Mary and Hull, David. How classification works : Nelson Goodman among the social sciences. Edinburgh:
Edinburgh University Press, 1992.

Reimer, B. and Wright, J. E. (Eds). On the Nature of Musical Experience. Niwot, Co.: University Press of Colorado, 1992: a
collection in which Goodman's work is very substantially discussed.

Thurnau, Donatus. Gedichtete Versionen der Welt : Nelson Goodmans Semantik fiktionaler Literatur. Paderborn: Schoningh,
1994.

Stalker, Douglas (Ed.). Grue! The New Riddle of Induction. Chicago: Open Court, 1994.

Read, Rupert J. Practices without foundations? : sceptical readings of Wittgenstein and Goodman : an investigation into the
description and justification of induction and meaning at the intersection of Kripke's 'Wittgenstein on rules and private
language' and Goodman's 'Fact, fiction and forecast'. Diss. Rutgers University, 1995.

McCormick, Peter J. and Hempel, C.G. Starmaking : Realism, Anti-Realism, and Irrealism (Representation and Mind).
Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 1996.

Morizot, Jacques. La philosophie de l'art de Nelson Goodman. Nîmes: Éd. J. Chambon, 1996.

Elgin, Catherine Z. Philosophy of Nelson Goodman. New York: Garland Publishing, 1997.

Paetzold, Heinz. The symbolic language of culture, fine arts and architecture : consequences of Cassirer and Goodman: three
Trondheim lectures. Trondheim: FF Edition, 1997.
 

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Palmquist, Steve, Kant's critical religion: Volume two of Kant's system of perspectives, Aldershot, England: Ashgate, novembre 2000, 576. p.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Figures
List of Tables
Note on References

PART ONE: SYSTEMATIC FOUNDATIONS

       I. Kant's Theocentric Metaphysics
              1. Kant: Destroyer or Preserver of Metaphysics?
              2. Metaphysics in Kant's Philosophical Writings
              3. The Theocentric Orientation of Kant's Philosophy
              4. The Scope of This Volume
       II. Kant's Dreams of a Critical Mysticism
              1. The Traditional Myth of Kant's 'Awakening'
              2. Kant's Criticism of Swedenborg's Mystical Dreams
              3. Kant's Four Major 'Awakenings'
              4. The Dream of a System of Critical Philosophy
       III. Kant's Critical Philosophy: An Overview of KSP1
              1. The General Structure of Kant's System
              2. The Epistemological Underpinnings of the Critical Philosophy
              3. The Structural Elements of Kant's Three Systems
              4. God and Religion in the Context of Kant's Metaphysics

PART TWO: CRITICAL THEOLOGY

       IV. Theistic Alternatives to Proving God's Existence: Kant's
              'Appropriation' of Lampe's God
              1. The Problem of Transcendental Theology
              2. Hypothetical Theology: God as a Regulative Idea
              3. Physicotheology: Judicial Evidence for the God-Hypothesis
              4. Moral Theology: The Ultimate Rationale for Theistic Belief
       V. Systematic Theology and the Nature of God
              1. God's Transcendence: Human Reason vs. Divine 'Reason'
              2. Philosophical Theology and the Symbolic Immanence of God
              3. Reason's Theological Need: Architectonic Perspectives
                 on the Perspectiveless Ground of Being
              4. God's Trinitarian Nature: Holiness, Benevolence, and Justice
       VI. Religion as the Synthesis of Theology and Morality
              1. Kant's Reductionism: Explanatory or Eliminative?
              2. Prolegomena to Kant's System of Religion
              3. A Preview of Kant's System of Religion
              4. Raising Morality to the Status of Religion

PART THREE: CRITICAL RELIGION

       VII. Kant's System of Religious Perspectives
              1. The Four Stages of Religion in General
              2. The Conditions of Religion in the Moral Individual (-)
                    A. Radical Evil (--)
                    B. Conversion to the Good (+-)
              3. The Conditions of Religion in the Moral Community (+)
                    A. The Founding of a Church (-+)
                    B. Service of God (++)
              4. An Analytic Summary and a Synthetic Model
       VIII. Christianity as the Universal Religion
              1. Kant's Copernican Perspective on Religion
              2. Kant's Assessment of Biblical Religion
                    A. The Creation Story and the Fall of Adam
                    B. The Gospel Story and the Nature of Jesus
              3. Kant's Assessment of Christian Tradition
                    A. The Universal Church and its Scriptures
                    B. Serving God: Clergy vs. Conscience
              4. The Harmony between System/r-C and System/r-m
       IX. A Kantian System of Biblical Theology
              1. The Biblical Theology of a Kantian Christian
              2. Christian Practice: The Greatest Commandment
                    A. Worship and the Love of God
                    B. Fellowship and the Love of Human Beings
              3. Christian Belief: Preaching and Teaching the Word
                    A. Evangelism and the Gospel of the Kingdom
                    B. Doctrine and the Authority of God's Revealed Word
              4. A Christian Critique of Kant's Critical Religion

PART FOUR: CRITICAL MYSTICISM

       X. Reason's Birth in Immediate Experience
              1. Mysticism and Religious Experience
              2. Kant's Apparent Rejection of Mysticism
              3. Kant's Disclosure of Critical Mysticism
              4. Meditative Metaphors and the Shaping of a Mystical World View
       XI. The Tantalizing 'Gap' in Kant's System
              1. Foerster's Riddle: What Prompted Kant to Write Opus Postumum?
              2. The Tantalizing Content of Opus Postumum
              3. Opus Postumum as the "Grand Synthesis" of Kant's System
              4. What was 'Tantalizing' about Kant's Final Dream?
       XII. Transition to the End of All Philosophy
              1. Kant's Return to Immediate Experience: The Three Transitions
              2. God: The Categorical Imperative as Philosophy's Moral End
              3. The World: Matter's Living Force as Philosophy's Technical End
              4. The Ideal Human: Christ as Philosophy's Highest Religious End

APPENDICES

       I.    The Story of Kant's Critical Religion
       II.   Kant, Swedenborg, and Kantian Mystics
       III.  Further Reflections on Volume One of Kant's System of Perspectives
       IV.   How To Be a Theist without Proving that God Exists
       V.    Jesus and Kant: Four Perspectives on Moral Judgment
       VI.   Faith in the Face of Evil: Kant's Solution to Five Standard Theological Problems
       VII.  The Four Parerga: Reason's Need for Divine Assistance
       VIII. Kant's Critical Hermeneutic of Prayer
       IX.   Kantian Christianity: 95 Theses and a Critical Catechism

BIBLIOGRAPHY, GLOSSARY AND INDEX

       Bibliography: Introductory Note
              Part One: Kant's Works (Kt)
              Part Two: Other Sources
       Glossary of Technical Terms
              Relating to Kant's Theology and Philosophy of Religion
       Index of Citations, Names, and Selected Subjects
 

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Spécialiste de Nietzsche. Directeur de International Studies in Philosophy.

Books Authored
Nietzsche’s French Legacy: A Genealogy of Poststructuralism, an examination of post1960 French appropriations of Nietzsche by Jacques Derrida, Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Hélène Cixous (New York: Routledge, 1995).
Nietzsche and the Question of Interpretation: Between Hermeneutics and Deconstruction, a comparative analysis of Martin Heidegger and Jacques Derrida’s interpretations of Nietzsche, examining these interpretations as exemplary of their respective approaches to the history of philosophy (New York: Routledge, 1990).

Books Edited
Why Nietzsche Still? Reflections on Drama, Culture, and Politics, an interdisciplinary anthology of new essays on Nietzsche (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000).
The Logic of the Gift: Toward an Ethic of Generosity, an interdisciplinary anthology of articles by philosophers, anthropologists, and literary theorists (New York: Routledge, 1997).
The Hermeneutic Tradition: From Ast to Ricoeur, an anthology of readings on the issues and themes of 19th and 20th century philosophical hermeneutics, edited with an introduction by Alan D. Schrift and Gayle L. Ormiston (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990).
Transforming the Hermeneutic Context: From Nietzsche to Nancy, an anthology of recent contributions to interpretation theory, situating these contributions within the hermeneutic tradition, edited with an introduction by Alan D. Schrift and Gayle L. Ormiston (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990).

Articles on European Philosophy
(1) “Nietzsche for Democracy?” forthcoming in Nietzsche-Studien 29 (2000).
(2) “Nietzsche, Foucault, Deleuze, and the Subject of Radical Democracy,” forthcoming in ANGELAKI: journal of the theoretical humanities, Special Issue “Rhizomatics, Genealogy, Deconstruction,” 5:2 (Summer 2001): 23 MS pages.
(3) “Spinoza, Nietzsche, Deleuze: An Other Discourse of Desire,” in Philosophy and Desire, ed. Hugh A. Silverman (New York: Routledge, 2000), pp. 173-85.
(4) “Jean-François Lyotard,” entry article in the Second Edition of The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999), pp. 523-24.
(5) “Rethinking the Subject, or How One Becomes-other than What One Is,” forthcoming in Nietzsche’s Postmoralism: Reassessments of Nietzsche’s Philosophy, ed. Richard Schacht (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000): 26 MS pages.
(6) “Kofman, Nietzsche, and the Jews,” in Enigmas: A Collection of Essays on Sarah Kofman, ed. Penelope Deutscher and Kelly Oliver (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999): 205-218.
(7) “Introduction: Why Gift?” in The Logic of the Gift: Toward an Ethic of Generosity, (New York: Routledge, 1997): 1-22.
(8)“Foucault’s Reconfiguration of the Subject: From Nietzsche to Butler, Laclau/Mouffe, and Beyond,” in Selected Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Volume 22, ed. John Caputo and Debra Bergoffen, published in Philosophy Today 41:1 (Spring 1997):153-159.
(9) “Poststructuralism”: entry article commissioned for the Supplement to the Encyclopedia of Philosophy (MacMillan, 1967, 1996): 452-53.
(10) “Nietzsche’s French Legacy,” in Cambridge Companions to Philosophy: Friedrich Nietzsche, ed. Bernd Magnus and Kathleen Higgins (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996): 323-355.
(11) “Rethinking Exchange: Logics of the Gift in Cixous and Nietzsche,” in Phenomenology and Beyond: Selected Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Volume 21, ed. John Caputo and Lenore Langsdorf, published in Philosophy Today 40:1 (Spring 1996): 197-205.
(12) “Putting Nietzsche to Work: The Case of Gilles Deleuze,” in Nietzsche: A Critical Reader, ed. Peter R. Sedgwick (London: Basil Blackwell, 1995): 250-275.
(13) “Reconfiguring the Subject as a Process of Self: Following Foucault’s Nietzschean Trajectory to Butler, Laclau/Mouffe, and Beyond,” new formations: a journal of culture/theory/politics, special issue on Michel Foucault, No. 25 (Summer 1995): 28-39.
(14) “Reconfiguring the Subject: Foucault’s Analytics of Power,” in Reconstructing Foucault: Essays in the Wake of the 80s, ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and Silvia Caporale-Bizzini (Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi Press, 1995): 185-199.
(15) “On the Gynecology of Morals: Nietzsche and Cixous on the Logic of the Gift,” in Nietzsche and the Feminine, ed. Peter J. Burgard (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1994): 210-229.
(16) “Between Church and State: Nietzsche, Deleuze and the Critique of Psychoanalysis,” International Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 24, No. 2 (Summer 1992): 41-52.
(17) “Foucault and Derrida on Nietzsche and the ‘end(s)’ of ‘man,’” in Exceedingly Nietzsche: Aspects of Contemporary Nietzsche-Interpretation, ed. David F. Krell and David Wood (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, Ltd., 1988): 131-49.
(18) “Genealogy and/as Deconstruction: Nietzsche, Derrida, and Foucault on Philosophy as Critique,” in Postmodernism and Continental Philosophy, ed. Hugh Silverman and Donn Welton (Albany: SUNY Press, 1988): 193-213.
(19)“A Question of Method: Existential Psychoanalysis and Sartre’s Critique of Dialectical Reason,” Man and World 20 (1987): 399-418.
 
 

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