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The Right Answer to Pontius Pilate
(Coronado Press, Lawrence, Kansas, 1970)
The basic position underlying the argument here stated is that rationality, the distinguishing characteristic of homo sapiens is a social product and that man could not be a rational animal if he were not already a social one.
The World That Has Lost Itself
(Literary Review of Canada, Dec-95)
An essay on ‘cultural dispossession’ that examines the consequences of a society that is ignorant of its tradition and some proposed remedies.
Language Policy and Education in Canada
(Kluwer - Dordrecht, 2007)
The Logical Origin of the “Hegel Myth”
A candid and spirited discussion of “To him who looks at the world rationally the world looks rationally back".
Would Hegel Be A 'Hegelian' Today?
Discussion of whether it is possible to be a Hegelian today. Author replies in the affirmative and what it means to be a Hegelian today.
Gentlemen and Players
Using terms from the game of cricket and Greek philosophy author sets out the ideals of human life.
The Daughters of Memory
(Rinascita della Scuola, 1988)
An essay on the nature, function and guiding principles of undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences with particular reference to the nature of rational communication.
The Institute for Philosophical Studies in Naples
(Editioni Arti Grafiche Boccia s. r. l. Fuorni - Salerno, Dec-88)
A review of the mission and activities of the Italian Institute of Philosophical Studies and the School of Advanced Studies in Naples.