Articles etc.

Listed below in the following categories:
5. Articles: moral philosophy and philosophy of religion
6. Articles: early-modern philosophy
7. Contributions to reference works
8. Broadcasts, interviews and video presentations
9. Reviews and critical notices

5. Articles: moral philosophy & philosophy of religion
•5.107 What is Existence?’, New Blackfriars Vol. 105 (2024), pp. 3–12.

•5.106 ‘How To Philosophize About Religion’, Dialogue (2024), forthcoming.

Spiritual Experience: its Scope, its Phenomenology, and its Source,’ New Blackfriars, Vol. 104, Issue 1112 (July 2023), pp. 414–427.

Bereavement, Grief, and Mourning’, in Mikołaj Sławkowski-Rode (ed.), The Meaning of Mourning: Perspectives on Death, Loss, and Grief (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, 2022), Ch. 8, pp. 119–130.

•5.103 Which Naturalism?’, New Blackfriars, Vol. 103, Issue 1107 (September 2022), pp. 581–596.

•5.102 ‘Belief and Praxis in Ancient and Modern Religion’, forthcoming in Ralph Anderson & Pramit Chaudhuri (ed.), Belief in Greek and. Roman Religion (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

•5.101 Engagement, Immersion, and Enactment: The Role of Spiritual Practice in Religious Belief’, in J. Aaron Simmons, Bruce Benson, & Neal DeRoo (eds), Philosophies of Liturgy: Explorations of Embodied Religious Practice (London: Bloomsbury, 2023), pp. 47–60.
Also in Victoria Harrison & Tyler McNabb (ed.),
Philosophy and the Spiritual Life (London: Routledge, 2024), pp. 26–39.

The Meaning of Life and Transcendence’, in Iddo Landau (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Meaning in Life (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022), Ch. 12, pp. 205–215.

•5.99 ‘The spiritual senses and human embodiment’, Afterword to Frederick D Aquino & Paul L. Gavrilyuk (eds), Perceiving Things Divine: Towards a Constructive Account of Spiritual Perception (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022), pp. 229-232.

Religion without Magic: Responding to the Natural World’, in Michiel Meijer and Herbert De Vriese (eds), The Philosophy of Reenchantment (London: Routledge, 2021), Ch. 2, pp. 38-53.

•5.97 The Epistemic Implications of Religious Diversity’, in Peter Jonkers and Oliver J. Wiertz, (ed.), Religious Truth and Identity in an Age of Plurality (London: Routledge, 2021), Ch. 7, pp. 127-141.

•5.96 ‘Übel verstehen: analytische versus humane Perspektiven’, in Oliver J. Wiertz (ed.), Logische Brillanz - Ruchlose Denkungsart? Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Diskussion des Problems des Übels in der analytischen Religionsphilosophie (Münster: Aschendorff, 2021), pp. 555‑572.

•5.95 From desire to encounter: the human quest for the infinite’, Religious Studies (2019) 55, 375-388.

•5.94 Brain Laterality and Religious Awareness’, Religion, Brain and Behavior, Vol. 9, no 4 (2019), pp. 362-368. DOI

Loving Kindness and Mercy: their Human and Cosmic Significance’. Philosophy, 94 (2019), pp. 27-42.

‘Conscience: what is its history and does it have a future?’, History of European Ideas, Vol. 45, no. 3 (2019), pp. 338-345. DOI:10.1089/01916599.2018.1534446. Reprinted in E. Skidelsky (ed.), Moral Concepts and their History (London: Routledge, 2021).

•5.91 ‘The Passions and Religious Belief’, in Passions and Emotions, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement 85 (2019), pp 57-74.

•5.90 Psychoanalysis and Religion’, in R. Gipps and M. Lacewing (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychoanalysis (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019), pp. 537-552.

‘Why we are not “persons” ’, Eidos: A Journal for Philosophy of Culture 1:3 (2018), pp. 5-16.

•5.88 ‘As razões, as emoções e o bem viver’, in Flavio Williges, Marcelo Fischborn & David Copp (eds), O Lugar das Emoções na Ética e na Metaética (Pelota, Brazil: NEPFil, 2018), pp. 16-38.

Transcending science: humane models of religious understanding’, in F. Ellis (ed.), New Models of Religious Understanding (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 23-41.

Philosophy, Religion, and Spirituality’, in David McPherson (ed.), Spirituality and the Good Life: Philosophical Approaches (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), Ch. 1, pp. 11-28.

•5.85 ‘Detachment, Rationality and Evidence: Towards a More Humane Religious Epistemology’, Royal Institute of Philosophy, Supplement 81 (2017), pp. 1-13.

Love and Religion’, in C. Grau and A. Smuts (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Love (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2024), Ch. 30, pp. 559–574. Online version 2017, Oxford Handbooks Online, DOI:

Evil and the Meaning of Life’, in C. Meister and P. Moser (eds), The Cambridge Companion to the Problem of Evil (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), Ch. 1, pp. 11-26.

•5.82 Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion’, in H-J Glock and J. Hyman (eds), A Companion to Wittgenstein (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, 2017), Ch. 42, pp. 639-650.

•5.81 Saints and Saintliness’ in The Oxford Handbook of the Epistemology of Theology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 79-96.

•5.80 Theism and Meaning in Life’ in European Journal for the Philosophy of Religion 8/2 (2016), pp. 47-58.

•5.79 ‘Ethics and Normativity’ in Miguel García-Valdecasas, J.I. Murillo, and N.F. Barrett (eds), Biology and Subjectivity: Philosophical Contributions to Non-reductive Neuroscience (Springer International: Switzerland, 2016), Ch 11.

‘The Spiritual and the Sacred: Prospects for Convergence between Religious and Non-Religious Accounts’ in Richard Norman and Tony Carroll (eds), Religion and Atheism: Beyond the Divide (London: Routledge, 2017), Ch. 11, pp. 130-139

Hope and the Virtues’, in Ingolf Dalferth and Marlene Block (eds), Hope (Tübingen: Mohr Sieback, 2016), pp. 13-31.

•5.76 ‘
Ergibt die Moral einen Sinn ohne Gott?’ in C. Amman & R. Amesbury (eds), Was ist theologische Ethik? Beiträge zu ihrem Selbstverständnis und Profil (Zurich: Theologische Vertrag Zurich,2015), pp. 93-107.

•5.75 ‘The Turning World : the Nature of Belief’ (Feature article based on book How to Believe). The Tablet, 31 October 2015, pp. 12-13.

‘What is the Sacred?’ in James Bryson (ed.), The Religious Philosophy of Roger Scruton (London: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 35-45.

Intuition and Genealogy’, in S. G. Chappell (ed.), Intuition, Theory, and Anti-theory in Ethics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), Ch. 1, pp. 9-23.

•5.72 Christianity and Philosophy: Five Misunderstandings.’ Published online at The Critique website December 2014.

•5.71 ‘Authority and Trust: Reflections on Linda Zagzebski’s Epistemic Authority.’ European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 6/4 (2014), pp. 25-38.

•5.70 ‘Knowledge of God: Insider Information or Objective Evidence?’, in Andrew Moore (ed.), God, Mind and Knowledge (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013), pp. 15-31. [first appeared as 'Confronting the Cosmos', item 5.52 below]

•5.69 Meaningfulness, Eternity and Theism’, in Beatrix Himmelmann (ed.), On Meaning in Life (Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2013), pp. 99-112. Reprinted in Joshua W. Seachris and Stewart Goetz (eds), God and Meaning: New Essays (New York: Bloomsbury, 2016), pp. 123-136.

•5.68 Conversion, Self-discovery and Moral Change’, in Ingolf Dalferth and Michael Rogers (eds), Conversion. Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2013), pp. 211-229.

•5.67 ‘Abstract debates about God miss the point of religion,’ The Times (London), Saturday 24 August 2013, p. 85.

•5.66 ‘More things in heaven and earth’ [on Thomas Nagel’s Mind and Cosmos], Standpoint, Issue 53, June 2013, pp. 47-49.

•5.65 ‘Spirituality, Self-Discovery and Moral Change’, in C. C. H. Cook (ed.), Spirituality, Theology and Mental Health (London: SCM Press, 2013), pp.178-192.

•5.64 Das gute Leben, die menschliche Natur, und das Transzendente’, in Sebastian Muders, Matthias Hoesch & Markus Rüther (eds), Glück-Werte-Sinn: Metaethische, ethische und theologische Zugänge zur Frage nach dem guten Leben (Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2013), pp. 264-288.

•5.63 Dignity, Autonomy and Embodiment’, Ars Disputandi, Supplement, series 6, ed. M. Sarot (2013), pp. 181-196.

•5.62 Conscience, Guilt, and Shame’, in R. Crisp (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of Ethics (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 729-43.

•5.61 ‘Religion and Value: The Problem of Heteronomy’, in Joshua W. Seachris (ed.), Exploring the Meaning of Life: An Anthology and Guide (Malden, MA: Wiley Blackwell, 2013), pp.183-199.

•5.60 Spirituality, in C. Taliaferro, V. Harrison, and S. Goetz (eds), The Routledge Companion to Theism (New York: Routledge, 2013), Ch 50, pp. 654-665.

•5.59 ‘Religion, Faith and the Epistemic Bias’, in Ingolf U. Dalferth and Michael Rogers (eds), Skeptical Faith. Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion (Zurich: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), pp. 207-230.

•5.58 Meaningful Life’, in Paul K. Moser and Michael T. McFall (eds), The Wisdom of the Christian Faith (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 175-196.

•5.57 The Question of Ageing’, Philosophical Papers, Vol. 41, No. 3 (November 2012), pp.371-396.

•5.56 Religion and the Mystery of Existence’, European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 4/3 (October 2012), pp. 15-31.

•5.55 ‘Dignity, Human Worth, and God’, Standpoint Magazine October 2012, pp. 44-45.

•5.54 Human Nature and the Transcendent’, in Constantine Sandis and M. J. Cain (eds), Human Nature. Royal Institute of Philosophy supplement 70 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 233-254.

•5.53 ‘Freud’s Critique of Religion: How Damaging is his Account?’, in M. Andrew Holowchak (ed.), Radical Claims in Freudian Psychoanalysis (Lanham, MD, Aronson/Rowman and Littlefield, 2012), pp. 113-128.

•5.52 The Source of Goodness’, in Harriet Harris (ed.), God, Goodness and Philosophy (Farnham, UK, and Burlington, USA: Ashgate, 2011), pp. 49-62.

•5.51 Confronting the Cosmos: Scientific Rationality and Human Understanding’, Proceedings of the ACPA (Philosophy Documentation Center), Vol. 85 (2011), pp. 27-42. DOI: 10.5840/acpaproc2011854.

•5.50 The Meaning of Life and Darwinism’, Environmental Values 20:3 (August 2011), pp. 299-308.

•5.49 ‘Empathy and Ethics’ (on Michael Slote’s The Ethics of Care and Empathy), Abstracta, Special Issue IV (2010), pp. 13-19.

•5.48 ‘Meaning and Value’, The Philosophers’ Magazine 50th issue special, 3rd quarter 2010, pp. 34-5.

‘It’s not God who needs saving, it’s us’ [on spirituality, religion and the naturalist challenge from Mark Johnston and André Comte-Sponville]. Standpoint, September 2010, pp. 52-54.

•5.46 ‘The Meaning of Life’ [interview], in David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton (eds), Philosophy Bites (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 201-209.

•5.45 ‘Partiality and Impartiality’, in J. Skorupski (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Ethics (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 617-627.

Impartiality and Ethical Formation,’ in B. Feltham and J. Cottingham (eds), Partiality and Impartiality: Morality, Special Relationships and the Wider World (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 65-83.

•5.43 Integrity and Fragmentation’. Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 27, no 1 (2010), pp. 2-14.

•5.42 ‘Atheïsten zonder het te weten? De kritiek van Hume op het mysticisme.’ Tijdschrift voor Filosofie Vol 72 (1) (March 2010).

•5.41 Demandingness, moral development and moral philosophy’ in T. Chappell (ed.), The Problem of Moral Demandingness (London: Palgrave, 2009), pp. 86-103.

•5.40 What is Humane Philosophy and Why is it At Risk?’, Philosophy, Supplement 65 (2009), pp. 1-23; and A. O'Hear (ed.), Conceptions of Philosophy, Royal Institute of Philosophy series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009).

•5.39 Happiness, Temporality, Meaning’, in L. Bortolotti (ed.), Philosophy and Happiness (London: Palgrave, 2009), pp. 21-36

•5.38 ‘The fine, the good and the meaningful’. The Philosophers’ Magazine, no. 45 (2nd Quarter, 2009), pp. 31-39.

•5.37 ‘I think, therefore I am – an individual’ [reflections on autonomy and its limits]. Standpoint, Issue 9 (February 2009), pp. 54-55.

•5.36The Lessons of Life: Wittgenstein, Religion and Analytic Philosophy in H.-J. Glock and J. Hyman and (eds), Wittgenstein and Analytic Philosophy: Essays for P.M.S. Hacker (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 203-227.

The Good Life and the “Radical Contingency of the Ethical”.’ In D. Callcut (ed.), Reading Bernard Williams (London: Routledge, 2008), Ch. 2, pp. 25-43.

The Self, The Good Life and the Transcendent.’ In N. Athanassoulis and S. Vice (eds), The Moral Life: Essays in Honour of John Cottingham (London: Palgrave, 2008). pp. 228-271.

•5.33 ‘Im Garten des Philosophen.’ Interview on The Spiritual Dimension with Martin Knechtges, Fuge (2008), pp. 73-85.

‘Getting the Right Travel Papers. A Postscript to The Spiritual Dimension’, Philosophy, 83, no 326 (October 2008), pp. 557-567.

•5.31 ‘A Triangle of Hostility? Psychoanalysis, Philosophy and Religion.’ In L. Braddock and M. Lacewing (eds), The Academic Face of Psychoanalysis (London: Routledge, 2007), pp. 92-110.

•5.30 ‘What Difference Does It Make? The Nature and Significance of Theistic Belief.’ Ratio XIX (4) December 2006, pp. 401-420.

•5.29 ‘Truth, Beauty and Goodness.’ The Times, 17 June 2006, p. 68.

•5.28 ‘Rough Justice’ in C. Murray, Simple Justice (London: Civitas, 2005), pp. 57-63.

•5.27 ‘ “Our Natural Guide . . .” : Conscience, “Nature”, and Moral Experience’, in D. Oderberg and T. Chappell (eds), Human Values (London: Palgrave, 2004), pp. 11-31.

•5.26 ‘Faith’ in D. Papineau (ed.), Philosophy (London: Duncan Baird, 2004), pp. 107-131.

•5.25 ‘The Concept of the Profound: A Reply to Perniola’, in R. Boderi et al., Recostruzione della soggettività (Napoli: Liguiri, 2004), pp. 221-227.

•5.24 ‘The Career and its Role in Conceptions of the Good Life.’ New Academy Review, Vol. 2, no 2 (Summer 2003), 88-91.

•5.23 ‘Spirituality, Science and Morality’, in D. Carr and J. Haldane (eds), Essays on Spirituality and Education (London: Routledge, 2003), 40-54.

•5.22 ‘Profondità e postmodernismo’ (‘Profundity and Postmodernism’), La Società degli Individui, 14 (Summer 2002), 5-19.

•5.21 ‘Appagamento individuale ed esigenze morali’ (‘Individual fulfilment and moral demands’), in A. Ferrara, V. Gessa-Kurotschka and S. Maffetone (eds), Etica Individuale e Giustizia (Napoli: Liguori, 2000), 79-92.

•5.20 ‘Partiality, Distance and Moral Obligation’, Ethics, Place and Environment, 3 (2000), pp. 309-313. Reprinted in J. Silk (ed.), Partiality, Distance and the Ethics of Representation. Geographical Papers( 2000), no. 137, pp. 28-35.

•5.19 ‘Impartiality’ in Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. E. Craig (London: Routledge, 1998).

•5.18 The Ethical Credentials of Partiality’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, XCVIII (1997-8), pp. 1-21.

•5.17 ‘Medicine, Virtues and Consequences’ in D. Oderberg and L. Laing (eds), Human Lives (London: Macmillan, 1997), pp. 128-43.

•5.16 ‘Partiality and the Virtues’, in R. Crisp (ed.), How Should One Live? Essays on the Philosophy of Virtue (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 57-76.

•5.15 ‘Religion, Virtue and Ethical Culture’, Philosophy, 69 (1994), pp. 163-80.

•5.14The ethics of self-concern’, Ethics 101 (July 1991), pp. 798-817.

•5.13 ‘Retributive Punishment, The Moral Order and Determinism’, in W. Krawietz, A. Martino and K. Winston (eds), Technischer Imperativ und Legitimationskrise des Rechts [Rechtstheorie Beiheft 12] (Berlin: Dunker & Humblot, 1991), pp. 111-118.

•5.12 ‘The Philosophical status of Natural Rights’, in Maihofer W. and Sprenger G. (eds), Law and the State in Modern Times [Archiv für Rechts und Sozialphilosophie, Beiheft 42] (Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, 1990) , pp 81-89.

•5.11 ‘The Philosophy of Punishment’, in G. H. R. Parkinson (ed.), An Encyclopaedia of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1988), pp. 762-783.

•5.10 ‘Just Punishment’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplement (1987), pp. 41-55.

•5.09 ‘Warnock and After: the legal and moral status of embryos’, in Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medicine, ed. M. Ockelton. Archiv für Rechts und Sozialphilosophie, Beiheft No. 32 (Wiesbaden: Steiner, 1987), pp. 83-92.

•5.08 ‘Partiality, Favouritism and Morality’, Philosophical Quarterly, 36 (1986), pp. 35-73.

•5.07 ‘Individual Choice and Legal Coercion’, Philosophical Books, XXV, 3 (July 1984), pp. 129-35.

•5.06 ‘The Balancing Act: Weighing Rights and Interests in the Criminal Process’, in Philosophy and the Criminal Law, eds. A. Duff and R. Simmonds (Archiv für Rechts und Sozialphilosophie, Wiesbaden: Steiner 1984), pp. 109-15.

•5.05 ‘Neo-naturalism and its Pitfalls’, Philosophy (1983), pp. 445-70.

•5.04 ‘Punishment and Respect for Persons’, in M. A. Stewart (ed.), Law, Morality and Rights (Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1983), pp. 421-29.

•5.03 ‘Ethics and Impartiality’, Philosophical Studies, 43 (1983), pp. 83-9.

•5.02 ‘Race and Individual Merit’, Philosophy, 55 (1980), pp. 525-31.

•5.01 ‘Varieties of Retribution’, Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. 29 (July 1979), pp. 238-46. Reprinted in A. Duff (ed.), Punishment, International Research Library of Philosophy (Aldershot: Dartmouth Press, 1993), pp. 75-83.
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6. Articles: early-modern philosophy
•6.52 ‘Pure Enquiry, the Absolute Conception, and Convergence: Bernard Williams in Dialogue with Descartes.’ Forthcoming in Marcel Ackeren and Matthieu Queloz (ed.), Making Sense of the Past: Bernard Williams and the. History of Philosophy (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

•6.51 The Immaterial Soul and the Embodied Human Being: Descartes on Mind and Body’, Think, Vol. 22, Issue 63 (Spring 2023), pp. 7-13.

Swinburne’s hyper-Cartesian dualism’, in M. Iwanicki (ed.), Symposium on Richard Swinburne’s Are We Souls or Bodies? with replies by the author, Roczniki Filozoficzne, Vol. LXIX, issue 1, (2021), pp. 21-29.

‘Descartes’, in Vol. II of The Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, ed. Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro (Wiley Blackwell, 2021).

•6.48 ‘Descartes and the Meaning of Life’, in S. Leach and J. Tartaglia (eds), The Meaning of Life and the Great Philosophers, (London: Routledge, 2018), pp. 126-134.

•6.47 ‘Context, history and interpretation: the religious dimension in Descartes’s metaphysics’, in S. Gaukroger and K. Wilson (ed.), Essays in Honour of Desmond Clarke (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 42-53.

‘Descartes and the Problem of Consciousness’, in S. Leach and J. Tartaglia (eds), Consciousness and the Great Philosophers: what would they have said about our mind-body problem?  (London: Routledge, 2016), pp. 63-72.

•6.45 ‘Foreword’. Revised introduction written for reissue of Bernard Williams, Descartes: The Project of Pure Enquiry (London: Routledge Classics Series, 2014), pp. ix-xiv.

‘Descartes and Darwin: Reflections on the Sixth Meditation’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume lxxxvii (2013), pp. 239-277. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8349.2013.00229.x

•6.43 ‘Philosophy and Self-improvement: Continuity and Change in Philosophy’s Self-conception from the Classical to the Early-modern Era,’ in Michael Chase, Stephen Clark and Michael McGhee (eds), Philosophy as a Way of Life: Ancients and Moderns (Oxford: Blackwell 2013), pp. 148-166.

•6.42 ‘The Desecularization of Descartes’, in Nathan Jacobs and Chris Firestone (eds), The Persistence of the Sacred in Modern Thought (Notre Dame, IN: Notre Dame University Press, 2012), pp. 15-37.

•6.41 ‘The Spiritual and the Philosophical Quest: Augustine Baker and René Descartes’, in Geoffrey Scott (ed.), Dom Augustine Baker 1573-1641 (Leominster: Gracewing, 2011), pp. 153-178.

•6.40 Sceptical Detachment or Loving Submission to the Good: Reason, Faith and the Passions in Descartes.’ Faith and Philosophy, 28:1 (January 2011), pp. 44-53.

Cartesian Autonomy’, in J. Cottingham and P. Hacker (eds), Mind, Method and Morality: Essays in Honour of Anthony Kenny (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 208-229.

•6.38 ‘Descartes’s Reputation’, in G. A. J. Rogers, T. Sorell and J. Kraye (eds), Insiders and Outsiders in Seventeenth-Century Philosophy (London: Routledge, 2009). pp. 162-172.

‘Plato’s Sun and Descartes’s Stove: Contemplation and Control in Cartesian Philosophy’, in M. Ayers (ed.), Rationalism, Platonism and God. Proceedings of the British Academy, 149 (2007), pp. 15-44.

•6.36 ‘The Role of God in Descartes’ Philosophy’, in Janet Broughton and John Carriero (eds), A Companion to Descartes (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007), pp. 287-301.

•6.36 Descartes, the Synoptic Philosopher’. Introductory essay to Cartesian Reflections (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006).

•6.35 ‘The Mind-Body Relation: Matter and Morality in the Sixth Meditation’, in S. Gaukroger (ed.), The Blackwell Guide to Descartes’ Meditations (Malden MA: Blackwell, 2006), pp. 179-192.

•6.34 ‘Descartes as sage: spiritual askesis in Cartesian philosophy’, in C. Condren, S. Gaukroger and I. Hunter (eds), The Philosopher in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), Ch. 8, pp. 182-201.

•6.33 ‘Foreword’ to Bernard Williams, Descartes: The Project of Pure Enquiry (London: Routledge, 2005), pp. ix-xii.

•6.32 ‘Why should Analytic Philosophers do History of Philosophy’, in T. Sorell and G.A.J. Rogers (eds), Analytic Philosophy and History of Philosophy (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2005), pp. 25-41.

•6.31 ‘Descartes’ subsequent verdict on the essays of Comenius’. Translation of unpublished letter of late 1639 or early 1640. British Journal for the History of Philosophy Vol. 12, no 3 (2004), pp. 382-4.

•6.30 ‘Ragioni e passione: dimensioni etiche e anthropologiche della Philosophy of Mind di Descartes’ (‘Reason and the Passions: ethical and anthropological dimensions of Descartes’ philosophy of mind’). Bolletino del Centro di Studi Vichiani XXXIII (2003), pp. 209-231.

•6.29 ‘The Ultimate Incoherence? Descartes and the Passions.’ In R. E. Auxier (ed.), Essays in Honor of Marjorie Grene. Library of Living Philosophers (Chicago: Open Court, 2003), pp. 451-64.

•5.28 ‘Descartes and the Voluntariness of Belief’, Monist, Vol. 85, no 3 (October 2002), pp. 343–360.

•6.27 ‘Philosophy and its History’, in Kang Ouyang & Steve Fuller (eds), Contemporary British and American Philosophy (New York: Nova Scientific Publishers, 2002); transl. in The Map of Contemporary British and American Philosophy ed. Ouyang (Beijing: Peoples Press, 2007), Ch. 4, pp. 127-49.

•6.26 ‘Intentionality or Phenomenology: Descartes and the objects of thought’, in T. Crane and S. Patterson (eds), History of the Mind-Body Problem (London: Routledge, 2000), pp. 132-148.

•6.25 ‘Descartes’ Philosophy of Mind’, in R. Monk and F. Raphael (eds), The Great Philosophers (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2000), pp. 79-111.

•6.24 ‘Descartes’, in T. Honderich (ed.), The Philosophers (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 58-65.

•5.23 Interview in A. Pyle (ed.), Key Philosophers in Conversation (London: Routledge, 1999), pp. 215-230.

•6.22 ‘ “The only sure sign . . .” Descartes on Thought and Language’, in J. M. Preston (ed.), Thought and Language (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 29-50.

•6.21 ‘Force, Motion and Causality: More’s Critique of Descartes’, in G.A.J. Rogers, J.-M. Vienne and Y.C. Zarka (eds), The Cambridge Platonists and the World: Philosophy, Ethics and Policy (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1997), pp. 1-15.

•6.20 ‘Air, gravity and Cartesian physics’, Forschungs- und Studienstätte für Europäische Kulturgeschichte (1996), pp. 1-16.

•6.19 ‘Cartesian ethics: Reason and the Passions’. Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 195 (1996), pp. 193-216.

•6.18 ‘The self and the body: alienation and integration in Cartesian ethics’, Seventeenth-Century French Studies, Vol. 17 (1995), pp. 1-13.

6.17 ‘Selection and Interpretation in Descartes: A Reply to Baker and Morris’, International Journal of Philosophical Studies, Vol. 2 (1994), pp. 122-129.

•6.16 ‘Descartes: Metaphysics and Philosophy of Mind’, in Routledge History of Philosophy, vol. IV, ed. G. H. R. Parkinson (London: Routledge, 1993), pp. 201-234.

•6.15 ‘Cartesian dualism: theology, metaphysics and science’ in The Cambridge Companion to Descartes (1992), pp. 236-257.

•6.14 ‘The Cartesian legacy’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Sup. Vol. LXVI (1992), pp. 1-21.

•6.13 ‘A new start? Cartesian metaphysics and the emergence of modern philosophy.’ In T. Sorell (ed.), The Rise of Modern Philosophy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992), pp. 145-166.

•6.12 ‘Nicholas Malebranche, Illumination and Rhetoric’, Seventeenth Century French Studies XIII (1991), pp. 239-245.

•6.11 ‘Descartes on Colour’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society , XC, 3 (1989-90), pp. 231-246.

•6.10 ‘Descartes on Mind and Body’, Cogito May 1988.

•6.09 ‘The Intellect, the Will and the Passions: Spinoza’s Critique of Descartes’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 26:2 (April 1988), pp. 239-57. Reprinted in G. Lloyd (ed.), Spinoza: Critical Assessments (London: Routledge, 2001), Vol. I, Ch. 32.

•6.08 ‘Descartes, Sixth Meditation: The External World, “Nature” and Human Experience’, in G. Vesey (ed.), Philosophers Ancient and Modern. Royal Institute of Philosophy series, no 20 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986), pp. 73-89. Reprinted in V. Chappell (ed.), Descartes’s Meditations: Critical Essays (Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1997), Ch. 10, pp. 207-223.

•6.07 ‘Cartesian Trialism’, Mind, XCIV No. 374 (April 1985), pp. 218-30. Reprinted in René Descartes, Critical Assessments, ed. G. Moyal (London: Routledge, 1991). Vol. III, pp. 236-248.

•6.06 ‘The Cogito and Other Issues in Descartes’ Conversation with Burman’, Studia Cartesiana I (1979), pp. 187-89.

•6.05 ‘A Brute to the Brutes? Descartes’ Treatment of Animals’, Philosophy Vol. 53 (1978), pp. 551-59. Reprinted in René Descartes, Critical Assessments, ed. G. Moyal (London: Routledge, 1991), Vol. IV, pp. 323ff. Reprinted in Descartes. Oxford Readings in Philosophy series, ed. J. Cottingham (Oxford; Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 225-233.

•6.04 ‘Mathematics in the First Meditation’, Studia Leibnitiana, Vol. X/1 (1978), pp. 11-15.

•6.03 ‘Descartes on Thought’, Philosophical Quarterly Vol. 28 (1978), pp. 208-14. Reprinted in René Descartes, Critical Assessments, ed. G. Moyal (London: Routledge, 1991), Vol. II, pp. 288ff.

6.02 ‘The Role of the Malignant Demon’, Studia Leibnitiana, Vol. VIII/2 (1976), pp. 25764. Reprinted in René Descartes, Critical Assessments, ed. G. Moyal (London: Routledge, 1991), Vol. II, pp. 129ff.

•6.01 ‘Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’, in German Men of Letters, Vol. VI, eds. A. Nathan and D. Keith-Smith (London: Wolff, 1972), pp. 21-42.
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7. Contributions to reference works
•7.23 Contributor of chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Meaning in Life, ed. Iddo Landau (Oxford University Press, 2022).

•7.22 Contributor of chapter in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Religion, ed. Stewart Goetz and Charles Taliaferro, (Wiley Blackwell, 2021).

Contributor of chapter in Oxford Handbook of the Philosophy of Love, ed. C. Grau and A. Smuts (published online 2017).

•7.20 Contributor to C. Meister and P. Moser (eds), The Cambridge Companion to the Problem of Evil (2017).

•7.19 Contributor of chapter in Oxford Handbook of the Epistemology of Theology, ed. William D. Abraham and Frederick D. Aquino (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017).

•7.18 Contributor to The Oxford Handbook of the History of Ethics, ed. R. Crisp (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).

•7.17 Contributor to The Routledge Companion to Theism, ed. C. Taliaferro, V. Harrison & S. Goetz (London: Routledge, 2011).

•7.16 Contributor to The Routledge Companion to Ethics, ed. J. Skorupski (London: Routledge, 2010).

•7.15 Contributor to The Cambridge Dictionary of Christian Theology, ed. David Fergusson, Karen Kilby, and Iain Torrance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010).

•7.14 Contributor to The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. E. Craig (London: Routledge, 1998).

•7.13 Consultant for and contributor to Third Edition of The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, ed. E. Livingstone (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997).

Contributor to A Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. T. Mautner (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).

•7.11 Contributor of several articles to The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, ed. T. Honderich (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995). Revisions and additional articles for second edition, 2005.

•7.10 Contributor to A Companion to Metaphysics, ed. J. Kim & E. Sosa (Oxford: Blackwell, 1995).

•7.09 Contributor to The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. R. Audi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995).

•7.08 Contributor to The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, ed. R. E. Asher (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1994). (2,874; 7,3442-3).

•7.07 Contributor to A Dictionary of Philosophical Quotations, ed. A. J. Ayer and J. O’Grady (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992).

•7.06 Contributor to A Companion to Epistemology, ed. J. Dancy and E. Sosa (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992).

•7.05 Contributor to Encyclopedia of Ethics ed. L. and C. Becker (New York: Garland, 1991).

•7.04 Associate editor of, and contributor of a chapter to, An Encyclopaedia of Philosophy ed. G. H. R. Parkinson (London: Routledge, 1988).

•7.03 Consultant for and contributor of 20 articles to The Oxford Companion to Mind (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987).

•7.02 Contributor of 7 articles in J. Wintle (ed.), Makers of Modern Culture (London: Routledge, 1981); and 2 additional articles for second edition, 2005.

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8. Broadcasts, interviews, podcasts and video presentations

Descartes, doubt, reason, and faith.’ Interview with Professor Karen Kilby for Durham University Centre for Catholic Studies, November 2023.

Which Naturalism? Video discussion with Sam Glenn, February 2023.

Religious Inquiry. Video interview with Nathan Ormond, June 2022.

•8.32 Reading our Times. Podcast interview with Nick Spencer (Senior Fellow, Theos Think Tank) on In Search of the Soul, June 2022.

Interview on The Soul with Dr Sahar Joakim, posted on YouTube 14 May 2021.

Podcast interview with Tripp Fuller on Philosophy and the Spiritual Dimension, May 2021.

Zoom interview on In Search of the Soul with Lauren Slater, for The Philosopher online events series, September 2020.

Interview with Zachary Davis in ‘Making Meaning Episode 9’ in the Ministry of Ideas podcast series, September 2020.

'Theory to no End'. Podcast interviews with Camelia Raghinaru on Desire, Encounter and the Human Quest for the Infinite (recorded August 2020), and In Search of the Soul (recorded September 2020).

•8.26 'On Understanding the Soul'. Daily Life Lessons (recorded July 2020).

'Reflections on Descartes, Reflections on Religion'. Interview with Richard Marshall on 3:16 (June 2020)

•8.24 The Ontology of Love’, panel discussion with Douglas Hedley, Simon May and Roger Scruton at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Cambridge, April 2019.

Radio interview/discussion on How Can I Believe? with
Justin Brierley and Professor Richard Norman, broadcast 5 May 2018.

‘Why are we here?’ Interview with Ard Louis, Professor of Theoretical Physics at Oxford University and David Malone, produced by Tern TV for television documentary series. Filmed September 2015.

•8.21 ‘He thinks, therefore he is’. Interview with Nigel Bovey on philosophy of religion, The War Cry, 22 July 2017, pp. 8-11.

•8.20 ‘Does the Universe have a purpose?’ Panel discussion with Tim Mulgan and Beverley Clack, chaired by Peter Dennis. Organized by the Forum for European Philosophy at the London School of Economics, November 2016.

•8.19 ‘The Story of I’. Panel discussion on the self and freedom, with Mark Salter and Richard Morgan at How the Light Gets In, Hay-on-Wye, June 2016, video available at Institute of Art and Ideas:

•8.18 ‘Analytic philosophy and religious knowledge’. Interview given at Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, April 2016. analytic-philosophy-and-religious-knowledge/

•8.17 ‘Descartes, God and Secularism.’ Paper given at Benedictus Academic Research Forum, Burlington House, London, June 2015.

‘What is God?’; ‘Religious Faith, Rational or Rationalisation’; ‘Arguing God from Religious Experience’. Interviews (filmed July 2012) with Robert Kuhn for Session 13 (2014) of Cosmos, Consciousness, Meaning; series of PBS/TV interviews on the Philosophy of Religion published on the Closer to Truth website.

•8.15 ‘Design in Nature.’ Talk and panel discussion with Sarah Coakley and John Worrall for CPNSS and Forum for European Philosophy Thinking in Public series, London School of Economics, February 2013.

•8.14 Interview with Johnny Søraker held at Erasmus University Rotterdam in May 2013 for SuchThatCast : Behind the Philosophy podcast, Episode 12 (posted 31 August 2015).

•8.13 ‘Philosophy, Spirituality and the Good Life’, Interview with David McPherson, Philosophy and Theology, 24.1 (2012), pp. 85-111.

•8.12 Participant in ‘Ethical Theories’ (A Level Philosophy and Ethics through Film), series of three films by Luke Pollard, Oxford University Press, 2012. DVD/CD-ROM, ISBN 978-0-19-913618-6.

•8.11 Confronting the Cosmos: Scientific Rationality and Human Understanding. Talk at Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford University, 2012.

•8.10 Why Believe? Talk on philosophy of religion for St John’s Nottingham Video Timeline Project, January 2012

•8.9 Talk on René Descartes for St John’s Nottingham Video Timeline Project, January 2012.

•8.8 ‘Descartes: Cogito ergo Sum’. Broadcast discussion with Melvin Bragg, Susan James, and Stephen Mulhall, BBC Radio Four, 28 April 2011.

•8.7 Happiness, God and the Meaning of Life. Erasmus lecture at Westmont College, California, February 2010,

•8.6 ‘On the Meaning of Life’. Interview with Nigel Warburton; podcast produced by David Edmonds. May 2007.

•8.5 ‘Spinoza’. Broadcast discussion on In Our Time, with Melvin Bragg, Jonathan Rée and Sarah Hutton, BBC Radio Four, 3 May 2007. inourtime_20070503.shtml

•8.4 ‘René Descartes.’ Series of three broadcast discussions produced by Paul Kennedy. CBC Radio One, February 2000 (with Daniel Garber, Stephen Gaukroger, Jean-Luc Marion, and Byron Williston).

•8.3 ‘Descartes’ legacy.’ Broadcast discussion with Daniel Dennett and David Papineau. BBC Radio Three, 11 February 2000.

•8.2 ‘Descartes.’ Broadcast talk, BBC World Service, 1993.

•8.1 ‘The Divine Light of Reason’ and ‘The Disappearing Soul’. Broadcast talks, BBC Radio Three, August 1992.
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9.Book reviews and critical notices
•9.164 Thomas Nagel, Moral Feelings, Moral Reality, and Moral Progress. Society, Vol. 61, No 3 (May/June 2024), pp. 357–359; published online 5 February 2024.

Clifford Williams, Religion and the Meaning of Life: An Existential Approach. Religious Studies, forthcoming 2024.

The Intractable Puzzle’. (Recent work on the problem of evil.) The Tablet, 26 November 2022, pp. 10-11.

Luke Bell, The Mystery of Identity. The Tablet, 16 July 2022, p. 19.

Michael McGhee, Spirituality for the Godless: Buddhism, Humanism, and Religion. The Tablet, 8 January 2022, p. 20.

Timothy Larsen, John Stuart Mill: A secular life, and Paul Gifford, The Plight of Western Religion. Times Literary Supplement, 24 April 2020, p.24.

•9.158 Brian Davies and Michael Ruse, Taking God Seriously: Two Different Voices. The Tablet, 17 April 2021, p. 19.

•9.157 Anthony Kenny, Immanuel Kant: A Very Brief History. The Tablet, 3 August 2019.

•9.156 Keith Ward, Religion in the Modern World : Celebrating Pluralism and Diversity. Theology (2019) Vol, 122 (6), pp. 455-6.

Mary Midgley, What is Philosophy For? and Timothy Williamson, Doing Philosophy. The Tablet, 19 January 2019, p. 20.

•9.154 Roger Scruton, On Human Nature. Philosophical Investigations, 41(1) January 2018, pp. 109-112.

•9.153 Alasdair MacIntyre, Ethics and the Conflicts of Modernity. Philosophy, 93 (2018), pp. 303-306.

•9.152 Rob Iliffe, Priest of Nature: The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton. The Tablet, 28 October 2017, p. 22.

•9.151 Christopher Insole, The Intolerable God: Kant’s Theological Journey. Times Literary Supplement, 20 October 2017, p. 33.

William Wainwright, Reason, Revelation, and Devotion: Inference and Argument in Religion. The Journal of Religion, 97 (4) October 2017, pp. 585-587.

Terence Cuneo, Ritualized Faith: Essays on the Philosophy of Liturgy. Religious Studies 54(1) (online 2017, print 2018), pp 147-150. doi:10.1017/S0034412517000178

Peter Tyler, The Pursuit of the Soul: Psychoanalysis, Soul-Making and the Christian Tradition. The Way, Vol. 56, no 3, July 2017.

William Greenway, A Reasonable Belief: Why God and Faith Make Sense. Theology 119-4 (2016), pp. 311-2.

Charles Taylor, The Language Animal: the full shape of the human linguistic capacity. The Tablet, 9 April 2016, p. 14.

•9.145 Hanoch Ben-Yami, Descartes’ Philosophical Revolution: A Reassessment. Times Literary Supplement, 25 March 2016, p. 25.

John Marenbon, Pagans and Philosophers: the problem of paganism from Augustine to Leibniz. The Tablet, 3 October 2015, p. 24.

•9.143 Graham Ward, Unbelievable; Sam Harris, Waking Up; Hans Joas, Faith as an Option. Times Literary Supplement, 25 September 2015, p, 28. Ward, Harris, Joas review.

John Kekes, How Should We Live? A Practical Approach to Everyday Morality. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 3 March 2015.

•9.141 Roberto Unger, The Religion of the Future; Rowan Williams, The Edge of Words: God and the habits of language. Times Literary Supplement, 6 February 2015, p. 28.

9.140 Judith Wolfe, Heidegger and Theology, The Tablet, 27 September 2014, p. 25.

•9.139 Adrian Moore, The Evolution of Modern Metaphysics: Making Sense of Things, Ratio XXVII (2014). pp. 362-367.

•9.138 Joanna Bourke, The Story of Pain. The Tablet, 12 July 2014, p. 20.

•9.137 Samuel Scheffler, Death and the Afterlife. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2 May 2014.

Robert MacSwain, Solved by Sacrifice: Austin Farrer, Fideism, and the Evidence of Faith. International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 77 (2015), pp. 75-77. DOI 10.1007/s11153-014-9480-3

•9.135 Keith Ward, The Philosopher and the Gospels: Jesus through the Lens of Philosophy. Philosophical Quarterly 63 (2013) pp. 403-5.

Ganeri, Jonardon, Naturalism, Consciousness and the First Person Stance. Philosophy, August 2013, Available on CJO 2013 doi:10.1017/ S0031819113000521

•9.133 Ritchie, Angus, From Morality to Metaphysics; Evans, C. Stephen, God and Moral Obligation; Murphy, Mark C., God and Moral Law; Baggett, David and Walls, Jerry L., Good God. Times Literary Supplement, 16 and 23 August 2013, p. 28.

•9.132 Dennett, Daniel, Intuition Pumps and Other Tools for Thinking. The Tablet, 25 May 2013, p. 18.

Wynn, Mark, Faith and Place: An Essay in Embodied Epistemology. Mind 2012, doi: 10.1093/mind/fzs076. pdf

Parfit, Derek, On What Matters. The Tablet, 21 April 2012, p. 20.

•9.129 Evans, C. Stephen, Natural Signs and Knowledge of God and Moser, Paul, The Evidence for God. Times Literary Supplement, 27 January 2012, pp. 28-29.

•9.128 Wildman, W. J., Religious Philosophy as Multidisciplinary Comparative Inquiry, Religious Studies, 48 (2012), pp. 124-127.

•9.127 Flanagan, Owen, The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World, Analysis 72-1 (2012), pp. 196-198.

•9.126 Stump, Eleonore, Wandering in Darkness. Narrative and the Problem of Suffering. Philosophy, Vol. 86 (2011), pp. 623-627. Wandering in Darkness

•9.125 Hittinger, John P. (ed.), The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher. The Tablet, 5 November 2011, p. 23.

•9.124 Sacks, Jonathan, The Great Partnership: Science, God and the Search for Meaning. Standpoint, September 2011, pp. 68-9.

•9.123 Newlands, S. and Jorgensen L. (eds), Metaphysics and the Good. Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Merrihew Adams. Philosophical Quarterly, April 2011.

•9.122 Cavell, Stanley, Little Did I Know: Excerpts from Memory. Standpoint, March 2011, p. 62.

•9.121 MacIntyre, Alasdair, God, Philosophy, Universities. Times Literary Supplement. 22 October 2010, p.26.

•9.120 Machamer, Peter and J. E. Maguire, Descartes’s Changing Mind. Isis 101 (3), September 2010, pp. 649-50.

•9.119 Wolterstorff, Nicholas, Justice: Rights and Wrongs. Times Literary Supplement, 13 August 2010, p. 28.

•9.118 Carriero, John, Between Two Worlds: A Reading of Descartes’s Meditations. Mind, 2010; doi: 10.1093/mind/fzq046.

•9.117 McCabe, Herbert, God and Evil in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas. The Tablet, 3 July 2010, p. 22.

•9.116 Fergusson, David, Faith and Its Critics: A Conversation. The Tablet, 10 October 2009, p. 22.

Neiman, Susan, Moral Clarity. Standpoint, 14 (July/August 2009), pp. 78-9.

Eagleton, Terry, Reason, Faith and Revolution: reflections on the God debate. The Tablet, 30 May 2009, p. 23.

Schmaltz, Tad M., Descartes on Causation. Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 47, no 4, October 2009), pp. 625-6.

•9.112 Anscombe, G. E. M. Faith in a Hard Ground: Essays in religion, philosophy and ethics. Times Literary Supplement, 17 April 2009, p. 29.

•9.111 Mulhall, Stephen, The Conversation of Humanity. Times Literary Supplement, 20 March 2009, p. 23.

•9.110 Thomas, Alan (ed.), Bernard Williams. Ethics, Vol. 119, no 1 (October 2008), pp. 208-211.

•9.109 Plantinga, Alvin and Tooley, Stephen, Knowledge of God. The Tablet, 21 June 2008, p. 22.

•9.108 Lolordo, Antonia, Pierre Gassendi and the Birth of Early Modern Philosophy. Times Literary Supplement, 23 May 2008, p. 28.

•9.107 Schellenberg, J. L., The Wisdom to Doubt. Times Literary Supplement, 30 May 2008, p. 22.

•9.106 Gilman, James., Faith, Reason and Compassion. Times Literary Supplement, 30 May 2008, p. 22.

•9.105 Reeves, Richard, John Stuart Mill: Victorian Firebrand. The Tablet, 2 February 2008, p. 23.

Insole, Christopher, The Realist Hope. Times Literary Supplement, 22 June 2007, p. 22.

•9.103 McCabe, Herbert, Faith Within Reason. The Tablet, 7 April 2007, p. 33.

•9.102 Cooper, David E., A Philosophy of Gardens, Philosophy, 82: 187-189 (January 2007).

•9.101 Schmaltz, Tad (ed.), Receptions of Descartes: Cartesianism and anti-Cartesianism in early modern Europe. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 15 December 2006.

•9.100 Kenny, Anthony, What I Believe. Times Literary Supplement, November 17, 2006, p. 27.

•9.099 Dawkins, Richard, The God Delusion. The Tablet, 21 October 2006, p. 22.

•9.098 MacIntyre, Alasdair, Edith Stein: a philosophical prologue. The Tablet, 15 July 2006, p. 21.

•9.097 Dennett, Daniel C., Breaking the Spell: religion as a natural phenomenon. The Tablet, 11 March 2006, p. 26.

•9.096 Peperzak, Adriaan Theodoor, Philosophy between Faith and Theology. The Tablet, 4 February 2006, p. 31.

•9.095 Pink, Thomas and M.W.F. Stone (eds), The Will and Human Action From Antiquity to the Present Day. Mind Vol. 115 no 459 (July 2006), pp. 793-796.

•9.094 Grayling, A. C., Descartes: the life of René Descartes and its place in his times. The Tablet, 12 November 2005, p. 20.

•9.093 Eagleton, Terry, Holy Terror. The Tablet, 24 September 2005, p. 23.

•9.092 Wilson, Catherine, Moral Animals. Times Literary Supplement, 19/26 August 2005, p. 37.

•9.091 Wielenberg, Erik J., Value and Virtue in a Godless Universe. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

•9.090 Alanen, Lilli, Descartes’s Concept of Mind. International Philosophical Quarterly 44:4 (2004), pp. 594-6.

•9.089 Desmond M. Clarke, Descartes’s Theory of the Mind. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.

•9.088 Koistinen, O. and Biro, J. (eds), Spinoza: Metaphysical Themes. Philosophical Quarterly 2004, pp. 627-8.

•9.087 White, N. Individual and Conflict in Greek Ethics. Times Literary Supplement 2003.

•9.086 Gaukroger, S. Descartes’ System of Natural Philosophy. European Journal of Philosophy 11:3 (2003), pp. 424-26.

•9.085 Slote, M. Morals from Motives. Utilitas 14/3 (2003), pp. 401-3.

•9.084 Mulhall, S. Inheritance and Originality: Wittgenstein, Heidegger, Kierkegaard. Religious Studies 39/1 (March 2003), pp. 115-7.

•9.083 Comte-Sponville, A. A Short Treatise on the Great Virtues. The Philosopher’s Magazine, Issue 19 (Summer 2002), p. 56.

•9.082 Almog, J., What Am I? Descartes on the Mind-Body Problem. International Philosophical Quarterly 42-4 (2002) 560-61.

•9.081 Nehamas, A., The Art of Living: Socratic Reflections from Plato to Foucault. Journal of Nietzsche Studies.

•9.080 Lovibond, S., Ethical Formation. Ethics, January 2003, pp. 434-6.

•9.079 Garber, D., Descartes Embodied, Journal of Philosophy. December 2002.
•9.078 Marion, J-L., Cartesian Questions, Mind 111 (April 2002).

•9.077 Kekes, J., Pluralism in Philosophy: Changing the Subject. Mind 111 (January 2002).

•9.076 McGhee, M., Transformations of Mind: Philosophy as Spiritual Practice, Philosophical Quarterly Vol. 51, no. 205 (October 2001), 554-57.

•9.075 Miles, M., Insight and Inference, British Journal for the History of Philosophy (2000).

•9.074 Camus, A. The Myth of Sisyphus. Times Literary Supplement 5082, 25 August 2000, p. 13.

•9.073 Gewirth, A., Self Fulfillment. Times Literary Supplement 5018, 4 June 1999. p. 31.

•9.072 Garber, D & Ayers M. (eds), The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-Century Philosophy. Times Literary Supplement, 8 January 1999, p.7.

•9.071 James, S., Passion and Action Ethics 110 (October 1999) pp. 205-7.

•9.070 Alanen, L., Heinämaa, S. and Wallgren T. (eds), Commonality and Particularity in Ethics Philosophical Investigations (1999), pp. 210-213.

•9.069 Mason, Richard, The God of Spinoza: A Philosophical Study. Philosophy Vol. 73 no 3 (July 1998), pp. 495.

•9.068 Kahn, Victoria, Machiavellian Rhetoric. The European Legacy 1:8 (1997).

•9.067 Lloyd, Geneviève, Part of Nature: Self-Knowledge in Spinoza’s Ethics, Philosophical Books, (1997), pp. 48-50.

•9.066 Midgley, Mary, The Ethical Primate, Philosophical Investigations (1997), pp. 91-3.

•9.065 Cavell, M., The Psychoanalytic Mind: from Freud to Philosophy. Philosophical Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 182, pp. 134-36 (January 1996).

•9.064 Davidson, Hugh, Pascal and the Arts of the Mind. History of European Ideas, Vol. 22 (1996), pp. 149-50.

•9.063 Woolhouse, R., Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz; The Concept of Substance in Seventeenth-Century Metaphysics. International Philosophical Quarterly, XXXV (1995), pp. 353-4.

•9.062 Gardner, S., Irrationality and the Philosophy of Psychoanalysis. Philosophical Quarterly, 1996, pp. 544-46.

•9.061 Gaukroger, S., Descartes. An Intellectual Biography, and Rodis-Lewis, G., Descartes. Times Literary Supplement, 21 June 1996, p. 12.

•9.060 Adams, R. M., Leibniz: Determinist, Theist, Idealist. Times Literary Supplement, 22 September 1995, p. 28.

•9.059 Cavell, M., The Psychoanalytic Mind: From Freud to Philosophy. Philosophical Quarterly, 1995.

•9.058 Brown, S. (ed.), Malebranche and his Critics. The Locke Newsletter, no 25 (1994), pp. 120-24.

•9.057 Dilman, I., Existentialist Critiques of Cartesianism. Philosophical Studies, Vol. 17, no. 4 (1994), pp. 633-37.

•9.056 Campbell, R.. Truth and Historicity. Philosophical Books, 35: 2 (1994), pp. 116-18.

•9.055 Skorupski, J., English-Language Philosophy, 1750-1945. Times Literary Supplement, 11 March 1994, p. 30.

•9.054 Dicker, G., Descartes: an analytical and historical introduction. Times Literary Supplement, 1993.

•9.053 Matthews, Gareth B., Thought’s Ego in Augustine and Descartes. Times Literary Supplement, 1993.

•9.052 Copenhaver, B. P. and Schmitt, C. B., Renaissance Philosophy. Times Literary Supplement, 13 August 1993.

•9.051 Matthews, Gareth B., Thought’s Ego in Augustine and Descartes. Religious Studies, 1993.

•9.050 Garber, D., Descartes’ Metaphysical Physics. Philosophical Books (1993).

•9.049 Shea, William R., The Magic of Numbers and Motion: The Scientific Career of René Descartes. Journal of the History of Behavioural Sciences, 29 (1993), pp. 233-4.

•9.048 Wilson, C., Leibniz’s Metaphysics. History of European Ideas (1992), pp. 360-362.

•9.047 Pears, D., Hume’s System. An examination of the First Book of his “Treatise”. Times Literary Supplement, 9 August 1991, p. 27.

•9.046 Sleigh, R., Leibniz and Arnauld: A Commentary on their Correspondence, Times Literary Supplement, 14 June 1991, p. 30.

•9.045 Casey, J., Pagan Virtue. Philosophical Books, 32 (October 1991), pp. 245-8.

•9.044 Schouls, P. A., Descartes and the Enlightenment. Canadian Philosophical Reviews, X,2 (1990), pp. 81-3.

•9.043 Watson, R. A., The Breakdown of Cartesian Metaphysics. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 1990, pp. 296-7.

•9.042 Graham, G., Contemporary Social Philosophy. Philosophical Books 1990, pp. 117-9.

•9.041 Yovel, Y., Spinoza and Other Heretics. Times Higher Education Supplement, 1 June 1990, p.19.

•9.040 Jolley, N., The Light of the Soul, Times Literary Supplement, 13-19 July 1990, p. 758.

•9.039 McGinn, M., Scepticism and Certainty. Times Literary Supplement No. 4509, 1-7 September 1989, p. 941.

•9.038 Rescher, N., Rationality, and Brown, H., Rationality. Times Higher Education Supplement 10 February, 1989.

•9.037 Lacey, N., State Punishment. Mind, 1989.

•9.036 Hamlyn, D. W., A History of Western Philosophy. Philosophical Quarterly, July 1988.

•9.035 Judovitz, D., Subjectivity and Representation in Descartes. Times Literary Supplement, 1988.

•9.034 Craig, E., The Mind of God and the Works of Man. Times Literary Supplement, 5 November 1987.

•9.033 Feinberg, J., Harm to Self. Philosophical Books, October 1987.

•9.032 Markie, P. J., Descartes’ Gambit. Review of Metaphysics, 1987.

•9.031 Duff, A., Crimes and Punishments. Philosophical Quarterly, 1987, pp. 446-48.

•9.030 Swinburne, R., The Evolution of the Soul. New Blackfriars Review, October 1987.

•9.029 Soper, P., A Theory of Law. Philosophical Books, 1986.

•9.028 Grene, M., Descartes. Philosophical Quarterly, 1986.

•9.027 Scruton, R., Spinoza. Times Higher Education Supplement, December 1986.

•9.026 Holland, A. J. (ed.), Philosophy: Its History and Historiography. Times Higher Education Supplement, 14 February 1986.

•9.025 Collins, W., Thought and Nature: Studies in Rationalist Philosophy. Times Higher Education Supplement, 10 January 1986.

•9.024 Curley, E., The Collected Works of Spinoza, Vol. 1. Times Higher Education Supplement, 10 January 1986.

•9.023 Alexander, P., Ideas and Qualities and Corpuscles. Times Literary Supplement, 13 December 1985, p. 1430.

•9.022 Blackwell, K., The Spinozistic Ethics of Bertrand Russell. Times Higher Education Supplement, 9 August 1985, p. 19.

•9.021 Delahunty, R. J., Spinoza. Times Higher Education Supplement, 28 June 1985, p. 18.

•9.020 Shoemaker, S., Identity, Cause and Mind. Times Literary Supplement, 3 May 1985, p. 506.

•9.019 Kupperman, J., The Foundation of Morals. British Journal of Educational Studies, 1985, pp. 94-6.

•9.018 Gueroult, M., Descartes’ Philosophy Interpreted According to the Order of Reasons (Vol. 1). Philosophical Books, 1985, pp. 140-3.

•9.017 Robins, M., Promising, Intending and Moral Autonomy. Philosophical Quarterly, 1985, pp. 315-8.

•9.016 Yolton, John W., Thinking Matter: Materialism in Eighteenth Century Britain. Times Literary Supplement, 21 September 1984, p. 1061.

•9.015 Heyd, D., Supererogation. Mind (1984), pp. 619-22.

•9.014 Miller, D. and Siedentop, L., The Nature of Political Theory. Philosophical Books (1983), pp. 24-5.

•9.013 Lennon, T. M. et al., Problems of Cartesianism. Times Literary Supplement, 11 November 1983, p. 1239.

•9.012 Atiyar, P. S., Promises, Morals and Law. Mind, 1983, pp. 474-6.

•9.011 Carter, R. B., Descartes’ Medical Philosophy. Times Literary Supplement, 11 November 1993, p. 1239.

•9.010 Cress, D. A., Descartes’ Meditations on First Philosophy and Discourse on Method. Studia Cartesiana, 2 (1981), pp. 201-2.

•9.009 Walker, N., Punishment, Danger and Stigma. Philosophical Books, Vol. 20, No. 4 (October 1981), pp. 241-43.

•9.008 Murphy, J. A., Retribution, Justice and Therapy. Philosophical Books, Vol. 20, No. 4 (October 1981), pp. 241-43.

•9.007 Blom, J. J., Descartes, His Moral Philosophy and Psychology. Philosophical Books, Vol. 20, No. 1 (January 1980), pp. 13-15.

•9.006 Ericsson L. O., Justice in the Distribution of Economic Resources Philosophical Books, XIX, No. 1 (January 1978) p. 21-2.

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