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Updated 20 August 2013
- PRIMARY BIBLIOGRAPHY:
- "Retrieving Realism." In Mind, Reason, and being-in-the-World : The McDowell-Dreyfus Debate, edited by Joseph K. Schear. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2013. 61-90.
- "Dostoevsky and the Contemporary World." Lonergan Review: A Multidisciplinary Journal 4 (1996).
- "Interculturalism Or Multiculturalism?" Reset Dialogues on Civilizations (24 June, 2013). http://www.resetdoc.org/story/00000022267.
- La Scommessa Del Laico [Italian translation of Laïcité et liberté de conscience]. Translated by Federica Giardini. Roma: Laterza, 2013.
- A Ética Da Autenticidade [Portuguese translation of The Ethics of Authenticity] . Translated by Talyta Carvalho. Realizações Editora, 2011.
- "Some Conditions of a Viable Democracy." In Democracia Republicana / Republican Democracy, edited by Renato Cristi and J. Ricardo Tranjan. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones, 2012. [Translation of "Algunas Condiciones Para Una Democracìa Viable." In Democracìa y Participaciòn, edited by R. Alvagay and Carlos Ruiz. Santiago: Ediciones Melquiades, 1988.]
- SECONDARY BIBLIOGRAPHY:
- Asiedu, F. B. A. "Theology in a Subjunctive Mood: Reflections on Charles Taylor's A Secular Age." Scottish Journal of Theology 66, no. 2 (May, 2013): 230-240.
Charles taylor's A secular age is by any account a monumental work. it has spawned a cottage industry of comment which should not abate for a long time to come. while social theorists have engaged taylor's arguments from the very moment the book appeared, theologians seem to have been slower to comment. recently, however, two important theological assessments have appeared in the journal of religion and modern theology.
- Blakely, Jason. "Returning to the Interpretive Turn: Charles Taylor and His Critics." Review of Politics 75, no. 3 (June 2013): 383-406.
In skirmishes over the interpretive turn, the work of charles taylor is frequently cited as representing the state of the art. yet a systematic assessment of taylor's interpretivism in light of the most salient criticisms made against it has not been conducted. this paper argues that taylor's interpretivism withstands the strongest criticisms made of it so far, and therefore is an essential resource for revitalizing the interpretive turn. although it is widely acknowledged in the secondary literature that taylor's interpretivism rests on ontological claims about human agency, this paper presents a novel justification for this thesis as derived from a heideggerian phenomenology of moods. it also presents two novel ways in which a defense of taylor's interpretivism helps to bridge the gap between empirical social science research and normative political and ideological critique. in the latter discussion, it draws on taylor's most recently published work.
- Calandín, Javier Gracia. "Identidades Complejas y Dinámicas. Redescubriendo El Potencial Hermenéutico De La Filosofía Política De Charles Taylor." Revista Española De Ciencia Política, no. 28 (03, 2012): 11-30. In Spanish. http://recp.es/index.php/recp/article/view/1/pdf.
This article focuses on the political philosophy of canadian philosopher charles taylor, with a particular emphasis on the concept of identity. the author examines the relationship between modernity and both individual and collective identity. he also provides responses to critiques of taylor's political views of communitarianism from a procedural liberalist point of view. taylor's thoughts on philosophical hermeneutics, especially those related to human understanding and recognition, are also explored.
- Carnevale, Franco A. "Charles Taylor, Hermeneutics and Social Imaginaries: A Framework for Ethics Research." Nursing Philosophy 14, no. 2 (2013): 86-95.
Hermeneutics, also referred to as interpretive phenomenology, has led to important contributions to nursing research. the philosophy of Charles Taylor has been a major source in the development of contemporary hermeneutics, through his ontological and epistemological articulations of the human sciences. the aim of this paper is to demonstrate that taylor's ideas can further enrich hermeneutic inquiry in nursing research, particularly for investigations of ethical concerns. the paper begins with an outline of taylor's hermeneutical framework, followed by a review of his key ideas relevant for ethics research. the paper ends with a discussion of my empirical research with critically ill children in canada and france in relation to taylor's ideas, chiefly social imaginaries. I argue that taylor's hermeneutics provides a substantive moral framework as well as a methodology for examining ethical concerns.
- Cristi, Renato and J. Ricardo Tranjan. "Charles Taylor and Republican Democracy." In Democracia Republicana/Republican Democracy, edited by Renato Cristi and J. Ricardo Tranjan. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones, 2012. http://www.wlupress.wlu.ca/Catalog/taylor-charles.shtml.
- Dyrness, William. "Subjectivity,
the Person, and Modern Art Subjectivity, the Person, and Modern Art :
Theological Reflections on Jacques Maritain and Charles Taylor." Cross Currents 63, no. 1 (March 2013): 92-105.
The article discusses the way in which christian theology can inform an understanding of the personal nature of art through an examination of the thought of philosophers Charles Taylor and Jacques Maritain pertaining to personhood and the connection between art and religion. the author explains how these figures view the importance of subjectivity to modern art in particular, and notes Maritain's notion that God is involved in the creative process due to the christological foundations of subjectivity.
- Edyvane, Derek. "The Varieties of Cultural Perception: Multiculturalism After Recognition." European Legacy 16, no. 6 (10, 2011): 735-750.
Doubts about the enterprise of cultural recognition have helped to fuel a backlash against the politics of multiculturalism in europe during the last decade. such doubts are well-founded. Charles Taylor's seminal discussion of the politics of recognition neglects serious difficulties that arise for the activity of recognition when the objective and subjective dimensions of cultural identity diverge. narratives of cultural “passing” help to highlight these difficulties and demonstrate that recognition can sometimes contribute to identity-based oppression. however, this conclusion does not commit us to a politics of cultural indifference or assimilation: The rejection of recognition does not entail the rejection of perception in general. iris murdoch's notion of “attention” provides a corrective to our understanding of recognition and thereby supplies a potentially superior ethical and perceptual basis for european multiculturalism in the twenty-first century.
- Fisher-Høyrem, Stefan. "Charles Taylor and Political Religion: Overlapping Concerns and Points of Tension." Religion Compass 7, no. 8 (August 2013): 326-337.
This article introduces some key aspects of the secularization thesis put forward in Charles Taylor's A secular age (2007), with a particular view to how these might illuminate and/or complicate the study of political religion. particularly helpful are taylor's attention to nuance western theological controversies and his emphasis on how ideas and ultimate concerns are not only expressed in obviously ritualistic or 'religious' mass events, but are also embodied on the level of ordinary and habitual collective practices. however, the encounter between taylor's work and the field of political religion also accentuates points of seemingly irresolvable tension. taylor insists that the notions of an 'ordinary' world and autonomous individuals with an innate urge to transcend it-both notions underpinning most studies of political religion-cannot be accepted as a priori but must be historicized and explained. ultimately, the article encourages scholars of political religion to consider the critiques implicit in taylor's thesis in the hope that this might generate new and better ways of studying 'ultimate concerns' and their place in modernity.
- Jagiello, Jaroslaw. "Logos Und Glaube Im „secular Age". Zur Religionsphilosophischen Aktualität Des Ebner'Schen Denkens." Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 16, no. 2 (09, 2011): 17-38. In German.
The chief motivation for undertaking this research comes from my encounter with Charles Taylor's excellent work, "A secular age", in which he not only analyzes the various historical manifestations of secularization in western civilization, but also -- and above all -- tries to identify the newly emerging conditions in which forms of religious belief may develop on the threshold of the new millennium, in the context of what he himself describes as a secular age. my paper chiefly focuses on the fact that the routes leading to, and attempts to bring about, a revival of christian spirituality in the modern world, which taylor describes in his book, were already a concern for many philosophers working at the start of the 20th century. one amongst these, the austrian thinker ferdinand ebner, occupies a special position. known to the philosophical world as one of the originators of dialogical thinking, ebner uncovers the real key to the revitalization and consolidation of christian spirituality in the form of the reality of the spoken word. first and foremost, his philosophy of the word constitutes a spectacular example of the intensive search for meaning in life: Something not always easy for human beings in a secular age to discover and define for themselves. in this paper I also aim to present the basis for ebner's assertion of an inseparable link between the word and religious faith, and to show how this relationship founds a possibility for the renewal of christian spirituality in the modern world.
- Kaplan, Grant. "Widening the Dialectic: Secularity and Christianity in Conversation." In Teaching Theology in the 21st Century: Essays by the Students of Michael J. Buckley S.J., edited by Anna Moreland and Joseph Curran. Crossroad/Herder: C21 Series, 2012.
Notes: Also published in lonergan workshop journal 24 (2010): 131-66.
- Karolis, Alexander C. "Sense in Competing Narratives of Secularization: Charles Taylor and Jean-Luc Nancy." Sophia: International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysical Theology and Ethics (April, 2013): 1-22.
In this article, using the recent work by Charles Taylor in A secular age as my point of departure, I will argue that jean-luc nancy enables us to think past the competing binary of atheistic and religious experience and allows us to surpass the present narratives of secularism. In A secular age, taylor himself seeks a middle ground between atheism and religion, arguing that it is possible to open ourselves to the cross-pressures of modern existence that find us caught between scientific atheism and a need for spiritual and religious guidance. here, taylor finds a way of picturing ourselves within a secular age, remaining faithful to scientific rationalism, but still open to religion and a sense of a higher good. however, as I shall demonstrate, in his thesis taylor misrepresents the continental philosophical tradition (particularly nietzsche and post-structuralism) that has itself sought to understand these cross-pressures of existence. taking this misrepresentation, and specifically his reductive and colloquial analysis of nietzsche, camus, and derrida, as my point of departure, I provide an alternative manner of thinking through the work of these writers, one that leads to a detailed analysis of jean-luc nancy and his project the deconstruction of christianity. in this analysis I argue that nancy provides a manner of thinking that remains open and allows an experience of freedom, without seeking to close that sense of openness with explanation, nor maintaining that sense of openness with a conception of the divine.
- Meana, Diego Rosales. "La Identidad Personal y Religiosa En El Espacio Público . Un Comentario Desde La Obra De Charles Taylor." Estudios: Filosofía, Historia, Letras, no. 101 (06, 2012): 165-178. In Spanish.
The objective of this work is to show Charles Taylor's theory of how religious identities are coordinated in the public scene. it would seem that religious expression should remain relegated to a private environment. However, Taylor's multiculturalism allows an inclusive view of the public space. firstly, we will address the different notions of identity and then of religious identity and its rationality. finally, we will approach the need for recognition and how this realization of religious identity should go beyond the tolerance of religious practice. (English)
El objetivo de este trabajo es mostrar cómo se articulan las identidades religiosas en el espacio público según el pensamiento de Charles Taylor. Podría parecer que las expresiones religiosas deben quedar relegadas al ámbito privado. sin embargo, el multiculturalismo de taylor permite comprender el espacio público de manera incluyente. en primer lugar, hablaré de las diferentes nociones de "identidad". En segundo, de la identidad religiosa y de su racionalidad. por último, de la necesidad reconocimiento y de cómo la afirmación de la identidad religiosa debe ser algo más que permitir el culto de los creyentes. (Spanish)
- Morita, Akihiko. "A Neo-Communitarian Approach on Human Rights as a Cosmopolitan Imperative in East Asia." Filosofi a Unisinos 13, no. 3 (Dec, 2012). http://www.unisinos.br/revistas/index.php/filosofia/article/download/fsu.2012.133.01/1227.
- Pereira, Gustavo. "Intersubjectivity and Evaluations of Justice." Thesis Eleven 108, no. 1 (02, 2012): 66-83.
The capability approach assigns a central role to the contexts within which social interactions take place, which make individual liberty achievable. however, an auxiliary concept is necessary to explain the contexts of collective action more accurately. in this paper I shall present Taylor’s concept of irreducibly social goods as a supplement to the capability approach. I shall also introduce the concept of hermeneutics as a strategy suitable for evaluating which capabilities are to be considered valid, as an alternative to aggregative methodologies. this conceptual development at the core of the capability approach demands to be framed by a normative criterion that enables us to distinguish between emancipatory and conservative contexts of social action; for that purpose I make use of the subject idealization that honneth and anderson present.
- Rodrigues, Osvaldino Marra and Elnora Gondim. "Considerações Sobre a Educação: Uma Perspectiva do Self." Acta Scientiarum: Human & Social Sciences 33, no. 2 (07, 2011): 179-186. In Portuguese.
In the theory of Charles Taylor there is an understanding of what is, per se, the self. such a concept related to education can, qualitatively, transform a form of society, is what we aim to demonstrate. believing in it, criticized both cartesians' theses on of dennett as those of physicalism in favor of the conception of self taylorian. (English)
Na teoria de Charles Taylor há a compreensão do que é, propriamente, o self. tal conceito relacionado com a educação pode, qualitativamente, transformar uma forma de sociedade, é o que nós pretendemos demonstrar. Acreditando nisso, criticamos tanto as teses dos cartesianos, quanto às de dennett quanto às do fisicalismo em favor da concepção de self tayloriana. (Portuguese)
- Sicari, Stephen. "Modernist Theologies." Cross Currents 62, no. 4 (12, 2012): 396-423.
An essay is presented that discusses theological implications of high modernist poetry in light of the thought of philosopher Charles Taylor regarding secularization in society. topics include the views of writer james joyce regarding roman catholicism, the poem "choruses from the rock," by T. S. eliot, and the book "the joy of secularism," edited by george levine.
- Springs, Jason A. "On Giving Religious Intolerance its due: Prospects for Transforming Conflict in a Post-Secular Society." Journal of Religion 92, no. 1 (01, 2012): 1-30.
An essay is presented re-examining the concept of religious intolerance within public discourse and political debate in 21st-century society. the author reviews the work of religious and political philosophers Charles Taylor and chantal mouffe, focusing on their views of ideological conflict resolution within the public sphere, agnostic pluralism, and post-secularism.
- Temelini, Michael. "Dialogical Approaches to Struggles Over Recognition and Distribution." Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (04/15, 2013): 1-25. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/bMBkSz6mVkBGHz3AMgnq/full#.UhPPEmR4ZA4
- Torrens, James. "AT LARGE in a Secular Age." Human Development 32, no. 4 (Winter2011, 2011): 40-41.
The article offers the insights of moral philosopher Charles Taylor on the give and take between belief and unbelief jostle. taylor states that the call in following jesus christ and incorporating his church is a strong and loud pull of belief in him. he also discusses transgression in self-fulfillment, life dissatisfaction, and the role of expressive individualism on religious quest.
- West, Cornel. "Hegel, Hermeneutics, Politics: A Reply to Charles Taylor." Cordozo Law Review 10, no. . (1989). http://academiccommons.columbia.edu/download/fedora_content/download/ac:157430/CONTENT/Hegel__Hermeneutics__Politics.pdf.
The increasing interest in hegel among legal scholars can be attributed to three recent developments. first, there is a slow but sure historicist turn in legal studies that is unsettling legal formalists and positivists. this turn—initiated by legal realists decades ago and deepened by the critical legal studies movement in our own time—radically calls into question objectivist claims about procedure, due process, and the liberal view of law. second, there are a growing number of serious reexaminations of the basic assumptions and fundamental presuppositions of dominant forms of liberalism not only among critics but also by many prominent liberal thinkers themselves. these reexaminations take the form of immanent critiques of liberalism as well as creative revisions of liberalism. third, a new emerging subject matter has seized the imagination of some legal theorists: The complex cultures of liberal societies (including the subcultures of the liberal legal academy). for the first time in american legal studies, the crucial roles of race and especially gender are receiving wide attention as legitimate spheres of legal inquiry into what constitutes the ways of life that circumscribe the operations of power in the legal systems of liberal societies.
- Wijnalda-Spoelman, Gerharda Berendina. Een Praktisch-Theologische Doordenking Van Charles Taylor 'A Secular Age'. Charles : Een Magazine Door Master 3. Kampen: Theologische Universiteit Kampen, Vakgroep Praktische Theologie, 2012. In Dutch.
- Crespo, Alberto. "El Poder De La Religión En La Esfera Pública." Persona y Derecho, no. 64 (07, 2011): 249-253. In Spanish.
- Höjelid, Stefan. "The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere. by Judith Butler, Jürgen Habermas, Charles Taylor, and Cornel West." European Legacy 18, no. 2 (04, 2013): 233-234.
- Kavka, Martin. "Dilemmas and Connections: Selected Essays." Church History 81, no. 3 (09, 2012): 747-748. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8654384.
- Kinsey, John. "Dilemmas and Connections: Selected Essays - by Charles Taylor." Philosophical Investigations 36, no. 3 (07, 2013): 269-275.
- Kramer, Michael P. "The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere." Common Knowledge 19, no. 1 (Winter 2013): 148-148.
- Losonczi, Péter. "The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere." Political Theology 13, no. 6 (12, 2012): 775-778.
- Martin, J. P. "Religion and International Relations Theory/The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere/Religion and the Global Politics of Human Rights…." Human Rights Quarterly 34, no. 3 (08, 2012): 896-901.
- O'Brien, Dennis. "Faith Enters the Public Square." [Review of Secuarlism and Freedom of Conscience] America 206, no. 10 (03/26, 2012): 24-28.
- Schweiker, William. "Dilemmas and Connections: Selected Essays." Ethics & International Affairs (Cambridge University Press) 26, no. 1 (03, 2012): 155-157.
- Simonian, Kristina. "Book Review: Ian Fraser, Dialectics of the Self: Transcending Charles Taylor." Sociology 47 (02; 2013/8, 2013): 205-207.
- Vanheeswijck, Guido. "Dilemmas and Donnections: Selected essays, by Charles Taylor." Heythrop Journal 54, no. 3 (05, 2013): 435-439.
- Van Die, Marguerite. "Secularism and Freedom of Conscience." Journal of Church & State 54, no. 4 (12, 2012): 648-650.
- "Secularism and Freedom of Conscience." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly: Journal of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 86, no. 2 (Spring 2012): 387-390.
- "Solidarity and Diversity in a Secular Age: Managing Belief and Unbelief in the Public Square." University of Winnipeg, October 2011. [Video]
- "Two Conceptions of Language: Hobbes versus Herder." The Annual Rajni Kothari Lecture, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. 5 May 2011.[Video]
- "Charles Taylor sur la laïcité au Québec." En entrevue avec La Chemise, le philosophe et co-président de la commission Bouchard-Taylor expose sa vision de la laïcité au Québec. [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4]
- 24th Annual Kyoto Prize Laureate in Arts and Philosophy biographical video.
- "Entretien avec Charles Taylor, philosophe." Fondation Seminaire, March 15 2013. [Part 1] [Part 2]
- Krüger, Hans-Peter and Charles Taylor. "Glaube Und Vernunft. Ironie in Derconditio Humana?" Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Philosophie 60, no. 5 (2012): 763-784. In German. http://www.oldenbourg-link.com/doi/abs/10.1524/dzph.2012.0056.
Charles taylor explains a broader understanding of faith as well as of reason in his philosophical anthropology. in leading one’s own life, faith contains more than having certain beliefs, and reason grasps more than having scientific methods. taylor answers questions regarding the relation of his great narrative to the approaches of M. heidegger, M. merleau-ponty, M. foucault, K. jaspers, and S. eisenstadt (axial cultures and multiple modernities). insofar as the secularization of christianity involves ironic reversals, all main directions in western modernity (forms of religion, secular humanism, and anti-humanism) are faced with dilemmas. instead of looking for scapegoats in the others, all directions are called upon to cooperate. the open questionability of the human condition has no last answer.
- DISSERTATIONS AND THESES:
- Cincunegui, Juan Manuel. "Charles Taylor y La Identidad Moderna." PhD, Ramon Llull University, Barcelona, Spain, 2010.
- McPherson, David. "Re-Enchanting the World: An Examination of Ethics, Religion, and their Relationship in the Work of Charles Taylor." Ph.D., Marquette University, 2013.
Updated 18 February 2013
As of 2013, Ruth Abbey has handed over primariy responsibilties for updating and maintaining the bibliography to Dr. Bradley Thames (University of St. Thomas), who has been assisting her with it since 2008. Dr. Abbey will continue to provide hosting space and remain in an advisory role, but please send all future comments, corrections, updates, and other issues regarding the website to him.
We'd especially be interested in cleaning house a bit, partly by removing entiries that have no or minimal engagement with Taylor's thought. We also would like to add links and abstracts where available. If you have anything to pass along in this regard, we'd appreciate it.
We have recently updated the secondary bibliography by making it possible to sort entries by date as well as alphabetically. Also, we have added a page that brings together all of the essay collections (books and journal issues) dedicated to CT's thought. Hopefully each of these will enhance the functionality of the site.
Professor Charles Taylor honoured at Encaenia. Updated 15 January 2013
- PRIMARY BIBLIOGRAPHY:
- Taylor, Charles. "The Church Speaks - to Whom?" In Church and People: Disjunctions in a Secular Age, edited by Taylor, Charles, José Casanova, George F. McLean and Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 17-24. Washington, D.C.: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2012.
- ———. Democracia Repblicana / Republican Democracy, edited by Cristi, Renato, J. Ricardo Tranjan and Rafael Hernández. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones, 1986, 2012.
- ———. "Algunas condiciones para una democracia viable."
- ———. "From the Standpoint of the Politique." Pro Ecclesia 20, no. 4 (09/01, 2011): 348-352.
- ———. "Identity and Democracy." Iyyun: The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 59, (07/01, 2010): 11-23.
- ———. "Interculturalism Or Multiculturalism?" Philosophy & Social Criticism 38, no. 4 (1 May 2012): 413-423.
- ———. "Overcoming Modern Epistemology." In Faithful Reading: New Essays in Theology in Honour of Fergus Kerr, OP. London: T & T Clark, 2012.
- ———. "Perils of Moralism." In Theology and Public Philosophy: Four Conversations, edited by Grasso, Kenneth L. and Cecilia Rodriguez Castillo, 1-20. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012.
- ———. "The Polysemy of the Secular." Social Research 76, no. 4 (Winter2009, 2009): 1143-1166.
- ———. "Reason, Faith, and Meaning." In Faith, Rationality, and the Passions, edited by Coakley, Sarah, 13-27. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
- ———. "Western Secularity." In Rethinking Secularism, edited by Calhoun, Craig J., Mark Juergensmeyer and Jonathan VanAntwerpen , 31-53. Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 2011.
- ———.Etyka Autentyczności [The Ethics of Authenticity]. Translated by Pawelec, Andrzej. Kraków; Warszawa: "Znak" ; Fundacja im. Stefana Batorego, 1996, 2002.
- ———.Nowoczesne Imaginaria Społeczne [Modern Social Imaginaries]. Translated by Puchejda, Adam and Karolina Szymaniak. Kraków: Wydawnictwo "Znak", 2010.
- ———.Oblicza Religii Dzisiaj [The Varieties of Religion Today]. Translated by Lipszyc, Adam and Łukasz Tischner. Kraków: Znak, 2002.
- ———.Źródła Podmiotowości : Narodziny Tożsamości Nowoczesnej [Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity]. Translated by Gruszczyński, Marcin, O. Latek, Adam Lipszyc, A. Michalak, A. Rostkowska, M. Rychter and Ł. Sommer, edited by Gadacz, Tadeusz, Agata Bielik-Robson. Warszawa: Wydaw. Naukowe PWN, 2001.
- SECONDARY BIBLIOGRAPHY:
- "Koniec Religii Czy Różne Ścieżki Wiary? : Debata z Charlesem Taylorem." Miesięcznik "Znak" 665 (October, 2010)In: Polish. http://www.miesiecznik.znak.com.pl/Tekst/pokaz/4200
- "Tożsamość Ponowoczesna." In Kim Jestem? Kim Jesteśmy? : Antropologiczne i Socjologiczne Konteksty Współczesnej Tożsamości : Praca Zbiorowa. Edited by Dorota Czakon, Mirosław Boruta, Renata Hołda and Ryszard Kantor. Kraków: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego, 2012. In Polish.
- Witold, M. "Utrata Zestrojenia: Charles Taylor o Religii w Warunkach Nowoczesno?ci." In VIII Polski Zjazd Filozoficzny Warszawa 15-20 Wrze?nia 2008 Roku) : Ksi?ga Streszcze?, edited by Polski Zjazd Filozoficzny, Anna Bro?ek and Jacek Juliusz Jadacki. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Semper, 2008.
- Arndt, Martin. "Ein Säkulares Zeitalter." Zeitschrift Für Religions- Und Geistesgeschichte 63, no. 4 (01/01, 2011): 403-405.
- Barre, Elizabeth A. "Muslim Imaginaries and Imaginary Muslims: Placing Islam in Conversation with A Secular Age." Journal of Religious Ethics 40, no. 1 (03/01, 2012): 138-148.
- Bawulski, Shawn. "Deane Peter-Baker, Tayloring Reformed Epistemology: Charles Taylor, Alvin Plantinga and the De Jure Challenge to Christian Belief (London: SCM-Canterbury Press, 2007), Pp. Xii + 228. £60.00 (Hbk)." SJT Scottish Journal of Theology 65, no. 03 (2012): 351-353.
- Bubandt, Nils and Martijn van Beek . Varieties of Secularism in Asia : Anthropological Explorations of Religion, Politics and the Spiritual. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2012.
- Castro, Sixto J. "El Poder De La Religión En La Esfera Pública." Estudios Filosoficos 60, no. 175 (09/01, 2011): 610-611.
- Cook, S. D. and Hendrik Wagenaar. "Navigating the Eternally Unfolding Present: Toward an Epistemology of Practice." American Review of Public Administration 42, no. 1 (2012): 3-38.
- Cooper, Barry. "AN INVENTED TRADITION Robert Meynell: Canadian Idealism and the Philosophy of Freedom: C. B. Macpherson, George Grant, and Charles Taylor. (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2011. Pp. Xv, 303.)." Rev Pol the Review of Politics 74, no. 03 (2012): 535-538.
- Dallmayr, Fred. "Nomolatry and Fidelity." In Theology and Public Philosophy: Four Conversations, edited by Grasso, Kenneth L. and Cecilia Rodriguez Castillo, 31-38. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012.
- de Pontes,Nicole Louise Macedo Teles. "Classes Sociais, Identidade e Reconhecimento: Críticas Bourdieusianas a Charles Taylor." Mediações - Revista De Ciências Sociais 16, no. 2 (2011).
- Engel, P. "CHARLES TAYLOR L'AGE SECULIER." QUINZAINE LITTERAIRE no. 1065 (2012): 20.
- Fritzman J.M. and Parvizian K. "The Extended Mind Rehabilitates the Metaphysical Hegel." Metaphilosophy 43, no. 5 (2012): 636-658.
- Froese, Vic. "Charles Taylor's A Secular Age." Direction 40, no. 1 (03/01, 2011): 90-100.
- Garbowskiego, Christophera, Jana Hudzika, and Jana Kłosa. Charlesa Taylora Wizja Nowoczesności : Rekonstrukcje i Interpretacje [Charles Taylor's Vision of Modernity. Reconstructions and Interpretations]. Warszawa: Oficyna Wydawnicza Łośgraf, 2012.
- Glass, Zdzislaw, "Charles Taylor o Dziedzictwie Oświecenia." In Racjonalność w Przestrzeni Publicznej. Edited by Aleksander Bobko and Stanisław Gałkowski. Rzeszów: Wydawn. Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego, 2009. In Polish.
- Goldstein, Jürgen. Perspektiven Des Politischen Denkens : Sechs Portraits. Hannah Arendt, Dolf Sternberger, John Rawls, Jürgen Habermas, Alasdair MacIntyre, Charles Taylor. Weilerswist: Velbrück, 2012.
- Grasso, Kenneth L. "Ockham's Children: Nomolatry, Nominalism, and Contemporary Moral Culture." In Theology and Public Philosophy: Four Conversations, edited by Grasso, Kenneth L. and Cecilia Rodriguez Castillo, 21-20. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012.
- Hendrickson, Daniel Scott. "The Jesuit Imaginary: Higher Education in a Secular Age." Ph.D., Columbia University, 2012.
- Hilde, Thomas Christian. "Community, Individual, and World in the Later Works of Josiah Royce and Charles Taylor." Master's, Texas A&M University, 1994.
- Hirvonen, Onni. "Taylor and the Problem of Recognizing Cultural Groups." Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 13, no. 1 (2012): 109-124.
- Iversen, Hans. "Sekulariseringen Som Vilkår for Kirkens Arbejde." Dansk Teologisk Tidsskrift 73, no. 1 (01/01, 2010): 1-24.
- Jagiełło, Jarosław. "Świat i Wiara w Godzinie Przełomu." Wydawnictwo Znak : Wydział Filozoficzny Uniwersytetu Papieskiego Jana Pawła II, 2011.
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