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Articles and Critical Studies by Robert Neville

  1. "Man's Ends," Review of Metaphysics, 16/l (September 1962), 26-44.
  2. "Ehman's Idealism," Review of Metaphysics, 17/4 (June 1964), 617-622.
  3. "Some Historical Problems about the Transcendence of God," Journal of Religion, 47 (January 1967), 1-9.
  4. "A Critical Study of Edward G. Ballard's Socratic Ignorance: An Essay on Platonic Self-Knowledge," International Philosophical Quarterly, 7 (June 1967), 340-356.
  5. "Reply," The Christian Scholar, 50/3 (Fall 1967), 324-325.
  6. "Intuition," International Philosophical Quarterly, 7 (December 1967), 556-590.
  7. "Improving What We Are," Fordham Magazine, 2 (March 1968), 18-23.
  8. "Can God Create Men and Address Them Too?", Harvard Theological Review, 61 (1968), 603-623.
  9. "Current Issues in Christian Ecumenism", World Order, (Winter 1968-69).
  10. "Creation and the Trinity," Theological Studies, 30 (March 1969), 3-26.
  11. "Nine Books By and About Teilhard," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, (1969), 71-82.
  12. "Father Gibson's Pop Culture," Commonweal, (October 31, 1969).
  13. "Neoclassical Metaphysics and Christianity: A Critical Study of Ogden's Reality of God," International Philosophical Quarterly, 9 (December 1969), 605-624.
  14. "Whitehead on the One and the Many," Southern Journal of Philosophy, 7 (Winter 1969-70), 387-393.
  15. "The Impossibility of Whitehead's God for Theology," Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1970, 130-140.
  16. "The Faith of Easter," The Lamp, 58 (March 1970).
  17. "The Social Importance of Philosophy," Abraxas, 1/1 (Fall 1970), 31-45.
  18. "Paul Weiss's Philosophy in Process," Review of Metaphysics, 24 (December 1970), 276-301.
  19. "Genetic Succession, Time, and Becoming," Process Studies, 1/3 (Fall 1971), 194-198.
  20. "Where Do the Poets Fit In?: A Study of B. F. Skinner's Beyond Freedom and Dignity", Hastings Center Report, 3 (December 1971), 6-8.
  21. "The Cumulative Impact of Behavior Control," Hastings Center Report, 2 (September 1971), 12-13.
  22. "Experience and Philosophy: A Review of Hartshorne's Creative Synthesis and Philosophic Method," Process Studies, 2 (Fall 1972), 49-67.
  23. "Response to Ford's 'Neville on the One and the Many'," Southern Journal of Philosophy, 10/1 (Spring 1972), 85-86.
  24. "Contemporary Schools of Metascience by Gerard Radnitzky: A Critical Review," International Philosophical Quarterly, 12/1 (March 1972), 131-136.
  25. "Knowledge and Being: Comments on Griesbach and Reck," The Review of Metaphysics, 25 (June 1972), 40-46.
  26. "The Limits of Freedom and the Technologies of Behavior Control," The Human Context, (Winter 1972), 433-446.
  27. "Creativity and Fatigue in Public Life," in Toothing-Stones: Rethinking the Political, edited by Robert E. Meagher. Chicago: The Swallow Press, 1972. Pp. 144-58.
  28. "A Metaphysical Argument for a Wholly Empirical Theology," in God: Knowable and Unknowable, edited by Robert J. Roth, S.J. New York: Fordham University Press, 1972.
  29. "Statutory Law and the Future of Justice," The American Journal of Jurisprudence, 1972, 92-110.
  30. "The Contours of Responsibility: A New Model," with Harold F. Moore and William Sullivan, Man and World, 5/4 (November 1972), 392-421.
  31. "Blood Money: Should a Rich Nation Buy Plasma from the Poor," with Peter Steinfels, Hastings Center Report, 2/6 (December 1972), 8-10.
  32. "The Physical Manipulation of the Brain: A Conference Report," edited. A Hastings Center Report, 1973. Republished in Dissent, Summer, 1973).
  33. "Brain Surgery in Aggressive Epileptics: Social and Ethical Implication," with Vernon H. Mark. Journal of the American Medical Association, 225 (11/12/73), 765-772. Reprinted in Physiology of Aggression and Implications for Control: An Anthology of Readings, edited by Kenneth Evan Moyer. New York: Raven Press, 1976, pp. 307-320. Reprinted in Hunt, R., and Arras, J., Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine. Palo Alto, CA.: Mayfield, 1977, pp. 383-402.
  34. "Behavior Control: Need for New Myths," Engage/Social Action, 1/10 (October 1973).
  35. "Specialties and Worlds," Hastings Center Studies, 2/1 (January 1974).
  36. "Pots and Black Kettles: A Philosopher's Perspective on Psychosurgery," Boston University Law Review, 54 (April 1974).
  37. "Controlling Behavior through Drugs," edited with an introduction, < Hastings Center Studies,>Hastings Center Studies, 2/1 (January 1974), 65-112.
  38. "Vanity and Time," The Cord, (April 1974).
  39. "A Study of Charles E. Winquist, The Transcendental Imagination," in Process Studies, 5/1 (Spring 1975), 49-60.
  40. "Teaching the Meno and the Reformation of Character," Teaching Philosophy 1/2 (Fall, 1975) 119-21.
  41. "Gene Therapy and the Ethics of Genetic Therapeatics," Proceedings of the New York Academy of Science, 1975.
  42. "Freedom's Bondage," Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1976, 1-13
  43. "In Defense of Process," in Paul Weiss, First Considerations. Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press, 1977, 208-222.
  44. "Pluralism and Finality in Structures of Existence," in John Cobb's Theology in Process, edited by David Ray Griffin and Thomas J. J. Altizer. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1977, 67-83.
  45. "Defining Death," in Human Life: Problems of Birth, of Living, and of Dying, edited by William Bier, S.J. New York: Fordham University Press, 1977, 181-191.
  46. "Environments of the Mind", in Mental Health: Philosophical Perspectives, edited by H. T. Engelhardt, Jr., and S. F. Spicker. Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, 1977, 169-176.
  47. "Suffering, Guilt, and Responsibility," Journal of Dharma, 2/3 (July 1977), 248-259. Reprinted as "Suffering and Evil," by Stauros International, 1981.
  48. "Wang Yang-Ming's Inquiry on the Great Learning," Process Studies, 7/4 (Winter 1977), 217-237.
  49. "Behavior Control," in Encyclopedia of Bioethics. New York: Macmillan-Free Press, 1978, pp. 85-93.
  50. "Drug Use, Abuse, and Dependence," in Encyclopedia of Bioethics. New York: Macmillan-Free Press, 1978, pp. 326-333.
  51. "Psychosurgery," Encyclopedia of Bioethics. New York: Macmillan-Free Press, 1978, pp. 1387-1391.
  52. "The Taste of Death," in Philosophical Aspects of Thanatology, edited by Florence M. Hetzler and Austin H. Kutscher. New York: Arno Press, 1978. Vol. I, 177-189.
  53. "Sterilization of the Retarded: In Whose Interest? The Philosophical Arguments," Hastings Center Report, 8/3 (June 1978), 33-37.
  54. "Critical Study of Psychosurgery and the Medical Control of Violence: Autonomy and Deviance," by Samuel I. Shuman, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 48/4 (October 1978), 732-736.
  55. "Philosophic Perspectives on Freedom of Inquiry," University of Southern California Law Review, 51/5 (July 1978), 1115-1129.
  56. "On the National Commission: A Puritan Critique of Consensus Ethics," in Hastings Center Report, 9/2 (April 1979) 22-27.
  57. "Reply to Philip H. Rhinelander's `Critique of the Puritan Ethic'," in Hastings Center Report, 9/6 (December 1979) 49-50.
  58. "Authority and Experience in Religious Ethics," in Logos, 1/1 (1980) 79-92.
  59. "Metaphysics," in Social Research, 47/4 (Winter, 1980) 686-703.
  60. "From Nothing to Being: The Notion of Creation in Chinese and Western Thought," in Philosophy East and West, 30/1 (January, 1980) 21-34.
  61. "Various Meanings of Privacy: A Philosophical Analysis," in Privacy: A Vanishing Value, ed. by Wm. Bier, S.J., New York: Fordham University Press, 1980, Pp. 22-33
  62. "The Space of Freedom," in Notebook, (Fall, 1980) 17-21.
  63. "The Art of Beth Neville," in an Exhibition Catalogue, April, 1980.
  64. "The Sun and the City," in an Exhibition Catalogue, April, 1980.
  65. "Sterilization of the Mildly Mentally Retarded Without Their Consent: The Philosophical Arguments," in Mental Retardation and Sterilization: A Problem of Competency and Paternalism. Edited by Ruth Macklin and Willard Gaylin. New York: Plenum Press, 1981. Pp. 181-193.
  66. "The Buddha's Birthday," in The Joong-Ang Daily News, Thursday, May 7, 1981, p. 15. Translated into Korean by Sung-bae Park.
  67. "The Holy Spirit as God," in Is God God? Edited by Axel D. Steuer and James Wm. McClendon, Jr. Nashville, Tenn.: Abingdon Press, 1981. Pp. 235-64.
  68. "Concerning Creativity and God: A Response," in Process Studies, 11/1 (Spring, 1981) 1-10. In reference to "Three Responses to Neville's Creativity and God," by Charles Hartshorne, John B. Cobb,Jr., and Lewis S. Ford, in Process Studies, 10/3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1980) 73-88.
  69. "Missions On an Ecumenical Globe," Jeevadhara, 13/77 (September, 1983), 335-342.
  70. "Responsibility, Rehabilitation, and Drugs: Health Care Dilemmas," with Jay Schulkin, in Ethical Problems of the Nurse-Patient Relationship, edited by Catherine P. Murphy and Howard Hunter. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1983, pp. 166-182.
  71. "Whitehead on the One and the Many," reprinted with extensive alterations in Explorations in Whitehead's Philosophy, edited by Lewis S. Ford and George L. Kline. New York: Fordham University Press, 1983, pp. 257-271.
  72. "Ethics in Medical Donations," abstracted in American Paralysis Association/Research in Progress, 6/Sept. 1983, pp. 3ff.
  73. "The State's Intervention in Individuals' Drug Use: A Normative Account," in Feeling Good and Doing Better, edited by Thomas H. Murray, Willard Gaylin, and Ruth Macklin) Clifton, N.J.: Humana Press, 1984), pp. 65-80.
  74. "Buddhism and Process Philosophy," in Buddhism and American Thinkers, edited by Kenneth K. Inada and Nolan P. Jacobson (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984) pp. 121-42.
  75. "New Metaphysics for Eternal Experience: A Critical Review of Steve Odin's Process Metaphysics and Hua-Yen Buddhism," in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 11/2 (June, 1984), pp. 185-97.
  76. "The Valuable and the Meaningful: A Critical Study of Robert Nozick's Philosophical Explanations," in Modern Age, 27/3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1983), pp. 322-25.
  77. "Body, Mind, and Health in Salvation," in Listening, 19/2 (Spring, 1984), pp. 91-102.
  78. "Uncertain Irony," in Process Studies, 14/1, (Spring, 1984), pp. 49-58.
  79. "Philosophy and the Question of God," International Philosophical Quarterly, 25/1 (March, 1985), pp. 51-62.
  80. "Wang Yang-ming and John Dewey on the Ontological Question," Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 12 (1985), pp. 283-295.
  81. "From legumes a la Grecque to bouillabaisse in early Taoism," Philosophy East and West, 35/4 (October, 1985), pp. 431-443.
  82. "Hegel and Whitehead on Totality: The Failure of a Conception of System," in Hegel and Whitehead: Contemporary Perspectives on Systematic Philosophy, edited by George R. Lucas, Jr. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986, pp. 86-108.
  83. "The Scholar-Official As a Model for Ethics," Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 13/2 (June, 1986), pp. 185-201.
  84. "John E. Smith as Jeremiah," Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, 22/3 (Summer, 1986), pp. 258-271.
  85. "Comments on Girardot's `Response'," Philosophy East and West, 36 (July, 1986), pp. 271-273.
  86. "A Thesis Concerning Truth," Process Studies, 5/2 (Summer, 1986), pp. 127-136.
  87. "On the Relation of Christian to Other Philosophies," in Being and Truth: Essays in Honour of John Macquarrie, edited by Alistair Kee and Eugene T. Long. London: SCM Press, 1986. Pp. 276-292.
  88. "Behavior Control," reprinted in an edited version from The Encyclopedia of Bioethics in The Westminster Dictionary of Christian Ethics, edited by James F. Childress and John MacQuarrie. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1986. Pp. 55-57.
  89. "Achievement, Value, and Structure," in Creativity and Common Sense: Essays in Honor of Paul Weiss, edited by Thomas Krettek. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. Pp. 124-144.
  90. "Contributions and Limitations of Process Philosophy," in Process Studies (Winter, 1987), 16/4, pp. 283-298; abstracted in Journal of Philosophy, (Fall 1984), pp. 621-22.
  91. "Sketch of a System," in New Essays in Metaphysics, edited by Robert C. Neville. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987.
  92. "Units of Change--Units of Value," Philosophy East and West 37/2 (April, 1987), pp. 131-134. Reprinted in Nature in Asian Traditions of Thought: Essays in Environmental Philosophy, edited by J. Baird Callicott and Roger T. Ames. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989. Pp. 145-49.
  93. "The Depths of God," in Journal of the American Academy of Religion 66/1 (Spring, 1988), 1-24.
  94. "Motion in Causal Agency," in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 2/3 (New Series, 1988), 175-191.
  95. "Beyond Production and Class: A Process Project in Economic Theory," in Economic Life, edited by W. Widick Schroeder and Franklin I. Gamwell (Chicago: Center for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1988), 141-163.
  96. "Between Chaos and Totalization," in Harmony and Strife, edited by Robert Allinson and Liu Shu-hsien. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, 1988, pp. 49-58.
  97. "A Christian Response to Shu-hsien Liu and Pei-jung Fu," in Religious Issues and Interreligious Dialogues: An Analysis and Sourcebook of Developments Since 1945, edited by Charles Wei-hsun Fu and Gerhard E. Spiegler. New York: Greenwood Press, 1989, pp. 555-570.
  98. "The Chinese Case in a Philosophy of World Religions," in Understanding the Chinese Mind: The Philosophical Roots. Edited by Robert E. Allinson. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1989. Pp. 48-74.
  99. "Confucian-Christian Dialogue," in China Notes, 27/2 (Spring 1989), pp. 524-528.
  100. "Freedom, Tolerance, and Puritan Commitment" in On Freedom, edited by Leroy S. Rouner. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1989. Pp. 59-76.
  101. “Value, Courage, and Leadership,” in The Review of Metaphysics, 43/1(September 1989). Pp. 3-26.
  102. "Neville's Review of The Boston Personalist Tradition," with Rufus Burrow, Jr., in The Personalist Forum, 5/2 (Fall 1989), pp. 145-147.
  103. "Individuation in Christianity and Confucianism," in Ching Feng 32/1 (March 1989), pp. 3-23. Reprinted in Confucian-Christian Encounters in Historical and Contemporary Perspective, edited by Peter K. H. Lee. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellon Press, 1991, pp. 274-294.
  104. "The Call to and Practice of Ordained Ministry." Tower Notes (Spring 1990, No.1). Republished as "The Apostolic Character of Ordained Ministry," in Quarterly Review, Winter, 1990, pp. 1-18.
  105. "Technology and the Richness of the World," in Technology and Religion, edited by Frederick Ferre, Vol 10 of Research in Philosophy and Technology. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1990. Pp. 185-204.
  106. "World Community and Religion," in Ilyu munmyong gwa Won Bulgyo sasang [Civilization of Mankind and the Thought of Won Buddhism]. Korea: Won'gwangch'ulp'ansa [Won'gwang Publishing Co.], 1991. Pp. 1565-1592.
  107. "Time, Temporality, and Ontology," in The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne. Edited by Lewis Edwin Hahn. The Library of Living Philosophers, volume 20. Lasalle, Ill.: Open Court Publishing Company, 1991. Pp. 377-395.
  108. "On the Architecture of No-Man's Land: A Response to Hartt and Gustafson," Soundings, 73/4 (Winter 1990), 701-718.
  109. "On Buddha's Answer to the Silence of God." Philosophy East and West, 41/4 (October 1991) 557-570.
  110. "The End of Philosophy in the West," in Sino-American Relations, 18/3 (Autumn 1992), pp. 62-80.
  111. "Body-Thinking in Chinese Philosophy," in Journal of National Chung Cheng University, 3/1 (October, 1992) 149-170.
  112. "Body-Thinking in Western Philosophy," in Journal of National Chung Cheng University, 3/1 (October, 1992) 171-191.
  113. “The Puritan Ethic in Confucianism and Christianity,” in Pacific Theological Review, XXV-XXVI (1992-1993), pp. 30-32.
  114. "The Role of Religious Studies in Theological Education," School of Theology at Claremont Occasional Paper Number 8, 2/4 (December, 1992), 1-8.
  115. "The Symbiotic Relation of Philosophy and Theology," in Philosophical Imagination and Cultural Memory: Appropriating Historical Traditions, edited by Patricia Cook (Durham: Duke University Press, 1993), pp. 149-164. Portions published also in The Highroad around Modernism, chapter 8.
  116. "Chung-kuo che-hsueh te shen-t'i ssu-wei," translation by Yang Ru-pin of "Body-Thinking in Chinese Philosophy," in Chung-kuo ku-tai ssu-hsiang chung te ch'i lun nai shen-t'i kuan [Ancient Chinese Interpretations of Matter-Energy and the Body], edited by Yan Ru-pin (Taipei, Taiwan: Chu-liu Publishing Company, 1993) 193-212.
  117. "World Community and Religion," a shortened version in English of the article above with the same title, in The Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 29/3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1992), pp. 368-382.
  118. "Religious Studies and Theological Studies: The 1992 Presidential Address to the American Academy of Religion," in Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 61/2 (Summer 1993), pp. 185-200.
  119. "Religious Learning beyond Secularism," in Can Virtue Be Taught?, edited by Barbara Darling-Smith. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1993.
  120. “God the Witness,” sermon on Micah 1:2; 2:1-10; Luke 17:11-19; 2 Timothy 2:8-15, excerpted and commented on in Donald K. McKim’s The Bible in Theology and Preaching: How Preachers Use Scripture. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1994. Pp. 112-114.
  121. “Confucianism as a World Philosophy.” Presidential Address for the 8th International Conference on Chinese Philosophy, Beijing, 1993. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 21 (1994)5-25.
  122. “Report on the Roundtable ‘Chinese Philosophy at the Turn of the Century’” at the Nineteenth World Congress of Philosophy, Moscow, Russia, August 23, 1993. Journal of Chinese Philosophy 21 (1994) 67-69.
  123. The Human Predicament: Its Changing Image: A Study in Comparative Religion and History.” by Jaroslav Krejci, assisted by Anna Krejcova, reviewed in Philosophy East & West 44/4 (October 1994), pp. 741-743.
  124. “Confucian-Christian Incompatibilities,” in Ching Feng, 37/4 (November 1994), pp. 195-216.
  125. “Feature Review: Discourse and Practice, edited by Frank Reynolds and David Tracy, in Philosophy East & West, 45/1 (January 1995), pp. 115-119.
  126. “The Classical Challenge,” in Christianity and Civil Society: Theological Education for Public Life, edited by Rodney L. Petersen (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 1995), pp. 150-160.
  127. “Truth and Tradition” in Truth and Tradition: A Conversation about the Future of United Methodist Theological Education, edited by Neal F. Fisher (Nashville: Abingdon, 1995), pp. 37-58.
  128. Truth’s Debt to Value,” by David Weissman, a Review in American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 69-1 (Winter 1995), pp. 116-119.
  129. “Bostonskoye konfutsianstvo” - korni vostochnoi kulturyi no zapadnoi pochve (“Boston Confucianism” - the Roots of Eastern Culture on the Western Soil), in Problemyi Dalnego Vostoke (Far Eastern Affairs). Translated with a commentary by A. Lomanov (p. 136-137), text on pp. 138-149. Moscow, 1995, Issue # I.
  130. “Religions, Philosophies, and Philosophy of Religion,” in International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 38 (1995), special volume “God, Reason, and Religions on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of this Journal,” edited by Eugene Long, 165-181.
  131. “The Last Words of Sisera: A Libretto,” in Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 78/3-4 (Fall/Winter 1995), 439-462.
  132. “Paul Weiss’s Theology,” in The Philosophy of Paul Weiss, edited by Lewis Edwin Hahn. The Library of Living Philosophers, Volume 23. LaSalle, Illinois: Open Court, 1995. Pp. 389-414.
  133. “Some Confucian-Christian Comparisons,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 22 (1995) 379-400. An academic revision and expansion of “Confucian-Christian Incompatibilities,” above.
  134. “The Temporal Illusion of Eternity: a Pragmatic Theory of Spiritual Insight,” in Weisheit und Wissenschaft, edited by Tilman Borsche and Johann Kreuzer. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1995. Pp. 129-38.
  135. “A Confucian Construction of a Self-Deceivable Self,” in Self and Deception: A Cross-cultural Philosophical Enquiry. Edited by Roger T. Ames and Wimal Dissanayake. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. Pp.201-217.
  136. “How Far We Are from a Confession: Tasks for Theological Education in Church and Society,” Quarterly Review 16/2 (Summer 1996), 117-125.
  137. “The Emergence of Historical Consciousness,” in Spirituality and the Secular Quest, edited by Peter H. Van Ness. volume 22 of World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest. New York: Crossroad, 1996. Pp. 129-156.
  138. “Kitaiskaya Filosophiya v sovremennom mire (Chinese Philosophy in the Contemporary World)” in Problemyi Dalnego Vostoka 4/96 (Fall 1996), pp. 49-55.
  139. “Puritanskya Eteka c Konfusianstvo a Christianstvo,” translation by Alexander Lomanov of “The Puritan Ethic in Confucianism and Christianity,” in Chinese Philosophy and Chinese Civilization, The Second All-Russian Academic Conference, Moscow, Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, May 22-24, 1996.
  140. “Uniting Two Images” and “Evangelism Across Boundaries” in the Circuit Rider, February 1997.
  141. “Commentary on the AAS Panel: Shun, Bloom, Cheng, and Birdwhistell,” in Philosophy East & West, 47/1 (January 1997), 67-74.
  142. “Reflections on Philosophic Recovery,” in The Recovery of Philosophy in America, edited by Thomas P. Kasulis and Robert Cummings Neville. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997, pp. 1-10.
  143. “American Philosophy’s Way around Modernism (and Postmodernism),” in The Recovery of Philosophy in America, edited by Thomas P. Kasulis and Robert Cummings Neville. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997, pp. 251-268.
  144. “John E. Smith and Metaphysics,” in Reason, Experience, and God: John E. Smith in Dialogue. Edited by Vincent M. Colapietro. New York: Fordham University Press, 1997.
  145. “Political Tolerance in an Age of Renewed Religious Warfare,” in Philosophy, Religion, and the Question of Intolerance. Edited by Mehdi Amin Razavi and David Ambuel. Albany: State University of New York, 1997.
  146. “Comments on ‘Is There a Metaphysics of Community? A Continental Perspective on American Philosophy’ by Hermann Deuser,” in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy New Series, 11/2 (1997) 97-100.
  147. “Reply to Serious Critics,” in American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, 18/3 (September 1997), 281-294; replying to “The Culture of Metaphysics: On saving Neville’s Project (from Neville)” by David L. Hall, “Neville’s Theology of Creation, Covenant, and Trinity” by Hermann Deuser, “Neville’s ‘Naturalism’ and the Location of God” by Robert S. Corrington, and “Knowing the Mystery of God: Neville and Apophatic Theology” by Delwin Brown, in the same volume.
  148. “A Paleopragmatic Philosophy of History of Philosophy,” in Pragmatism, Neo-Pragmatism, and Religion: Conversations with Richard Rorty, edited by Charley D. Hardwick and Donald A. Crosby. American Liberal Religious Thought; New York: Peter Lang, 1997. Pp. 43-60.
  149. “Is There an Essence of Human Nature?”, in Is There a Human Nature, edited by Leroy S. Rouner. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, 1997. Pp. 94-109.
  150. “A New Confucian Lament for Alienation,” in Loneliness, edited by Leroy W. Rouner. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. Pp. 258-272.
  151. “Lewis S. Ford’s Theology: A Critical Appreciation,” in Process Studies, 27:1-2 (Spring-Summer 1998), 18-33.
  152. “The Contingency of Nature,” in Philosophies of Nature: The Human Dimension, edited by R. S. Cohen and A. I. Tauber (Great Britain: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998), 121-137.
  153. “Motif Analysis East and West,” in Komparative Philosophie: Begegnung zwischen oestlichen und westlichen Denkwegen. Edited by Rolf Elberfeld, Johann Kreuzer, John Minford, and Guenter Wohlfart. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1998. Pp. 197-212.
  154. “Mar Thoma Family Conference Keynote Address,” in Mar Thoma Messenger 17/3 (July 1998), 6-10.
  155. “Going Global,” interview with Robert Neville by Anja Steinbauer, in Philosophy Now: A Magazine of Ideas, 22 (Winter 98/99), 8.
  156. “Tu Wei-ming’s Confucianism,” a Foreword to the reprint edition of Tu Wei-ming’s Humanity and Self-Cultivation: Essays in Confucian Thought. Boston: Cheng & Tsui Company, 1998. Pp. i-xxi.
  157. “Responding to My Critics,” chapter 16 in Interpreting Neville, edited by J. Harley Chapman and Nancy K. Frankenberry. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999. Pp. 291-328.
  158. “Existential Conceptions of Love in Confucianism and Christianity,” in Jen, Agape, Tao, with Tu Wei-Ming, edited by Marko Zlomislic and David Goicoechea. Binghamton, New York: Global Publications, 1999. Pp. 199-219.
  159. Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, “Series Introduction,” first author with Jaakko Hintikka, Ernest Sosa, Alan M. Olson, and Stephen Dawson, in twelve volumes, beginning 1999.
  160. “Eternity and the Time of Education,” in Metaphysics: The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, volume 2, edited by Tom Rockmore. Philosophy Documentation Center: Bowling Green State University, 1999. Pp. 237-43.
  161. “A Pragmatic Semiotic Theory of Religious Symbolism,” in Metaphor and God-talk, edited by Lieven Boeve and Kurt Feyaerts. Bern: Peter Lang, 1999. Pp 15-32.
  162. “The Compleat Metaphysician: A Conversation with Robert Cummings Neville,” a Soundings interview by Ralph V. Norman, in Soundings, 82/3-4 (Fall/Winter 1999), 339-56.
  163. “Philosophy at the Beginning of New Millennium,” in A Parliament of Minds, edited with Michael Tobias, J. Patrick Fitzgerald, and David Rothenberg. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.
  164. “Tu Weiming’s Confucianism,” in International Review of Chinese Religion and Philosophy, 5 (March 2000), pp. 163-194.
  165. “The Dialectic of Being in Cross-Cultural Perspective,” in Being and Dialectic: Metaphysics and Culture, edited by William Desmond and Joseph Grange. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000. Pp. 179-95.
  166. “Interkulterelle Verstaendigung und die reale Moeglichkeit religioeser Wahrheit,” in Religion im Dialog der Kulturen: Kontextuelle religioese Bildung und interkulterelle Kompetenz, edited by Engelbert Gross and Thomas Schreijaeck. Muenster: LIT, 2000. Pp. 15-22.
  167. “Methodology, Practices, and Discipline in Chinese and Western Philosophy,” in Two Roads to Wisdom? Chinese and Analytic Philosophical Traditions, edited by Bo Mou, with a foreword by Donald Dvidson. LaSalle, Il: Open Court, 2001. Pp. 27-44.
  168. “Perennial Philosophy in a Public Context,” in The Philosophy of Seyyed Hossein Nasr, The Library of Living Philosophers, volume 28, edited by Lewis Edwin Hahn, Randall E. Auxier, and Lucian W. Stone, Jr. LaSalle, Il: Open Court, 2001. Pp. 169-89. With a reply from Professor Nasr.
  169. “God in Nature: Symbolic Reference and Reframing the Question of Divine Action,” in Beyond Conflict and Reduction: Between Philosophy, Science and Religion, edited by William Desmond, John Steffen, and Koen Decoster. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2001. Pp. 67-95.
  170. “Preface to the Comparative Religious Ideas Project,” in The Human Condition, Ultimate Realities, and Religious Truth, all edited by Robert Cummings Neville. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. Pp. xv-xxvi, xv-xxvi, and xiii-xxiv respectively. Translated into Portuguese as Prefacio in A Condicao Humana, pp. 17-33.
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