Primary Bibliography: Articles

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    • "Converging Roads Around Dilemmas of Modernity." In Charles Taylor, Michael Polanyi and the Critique of Modernity: Pluralist and Emergentist Directions, edited by Charles W. Lowney II. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 15-26.
    • "Dialogue, Discovery, and an Open Future." In Charles Taylor, Michael Polanyi and the Critique of Modernity: Pluralist and Emergentist Directions, edited by Charles W. Lowney II. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 27-49.
    • "The Importance of Engagement." In Charles Taylor, Michael Polanyi and the Critique of Modernity: Pluralist and Emergentist Directions, edited by Charles W. Lowney II. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 215-234.
    • "Democratic Degeneration: Three Easy Paths to Regression." The Berlin Journal (2017). http://www.americanacademy.de/2017/12/11/democratic-degeneration-three-easy-paths-regression/?utm_source=American+Academy+in+Berlin+Newsletter&utm_campaign=cdbd426f2d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_11_16&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_126db9d414-cdbd426f2d-183947525.
      Abstract:
      Transcript of the 2017 Fritz Stern Lecture, delivered on November 16, 2017, at the American Academy in Berlin.
    • "Is Democracy Slipping Away?" Items: Insights from the Social Sciences (Feb 7, 2017). http://items.ssrc.org/is-democracy-slipping-away/.
      Abstract:
      This essay by Charles Taylor draws from a lecture sponsored by the SSRC’s Anxieties of Democracy program, called “Ways Democracy Can Slip Away,” on October 17, 2016, at Roosevelt House in New York City, and is copublished in The Democracy Papers. Taylor was the program’s 2016 Democracy Fellow. Speaking in the weeks before the 2016 US election, Taylor discusses the character of modern democracies and their vulnerability to what he call “spirals of decline.” He concludes with a reflection on the present populist moment.
    • "Our Evolving Agenda." Philosophy & Social Criticism 43, no. 3 (2017): 274-275.
    • "Can Secularism Travel?" In Beyond the Secular West, edited by Akeel Bilgrami. New York: Columbia University Press, 2016.
    • "Le Temps De La Réconciliation." Le Presse (14 février, 2017). http://plus.lapresse.ca/screens/36c5c72e-28b9-49df-ba29-514fc56d647a%7CpUtyV30bPPsb.html.
    • "Werden, was Wir Sind. Interkulturalismus Und Demokratie Im Zeichen Der 'Flüchtlingskrise'." Mittelweg 36, no. 2 (2017): 15-26. In German.
      Abstract:
      Zweifellos haben die Gesellschaften Europas gegenwärtig eine Herausforderung ungeahnten Ausmaßes zu bewältigen. Doch erteilt uns die sogenannte »Flüchtlingskrise« zugleich eine Lektion über das Wesen moderner Demokratien. So tragen die Migrationsströme der jüngsten Vergangenheit am Ende vielleicht dazu bei, stärkere und bessere politische Gemeinschaften zu formen. Dann hätte eine Krise, die augenscheinlich die Fundamente demokratisch verfasster politischer Gemeinwesen erschüttert, wie ein Funke gewirkt, der das demokratische Feuer wieder anfacht, das in Zeiten einer allenthalben konstatierten Postdemokratie bereits verloschen schien.
    • "A Secular Age Outside Latin Christendom: Charles Taylor Responds." In Beyond the Secular West, edited by Akeel Bilgrami. New York: Columbia University Press, 2016.
    • "Democracy and its Exclusions: Political Identity and the Challenge of Secularism." ABC Religion and Ethics (5 April, 2016).http://www.abc.net.au/religion/articles/2016/04/05/4437500.htm.
    • "Why the NDP Needs to Keep Mulcair’s Hand on the Tiller." Globe and Mail, no. Mar. 23 (Mar. 23, 2016, 2016).http://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/why-the-ndp-needs-to-keep-mulcairs-hand-on-the-tiller/article29342754/.
    • "Was Ohne Deutung Bleibt, Ist Leer." Frankfurter Allgemeine (16.01.2016, 2016). http://www.faz.net/aktuell/feuilleton/forschung-und-lehre/was-ohne-deutung-bleibt-ist-leer-charles-taylor-zur-kontinentalen-philosophie-14009167.html.
    • [With Richard Kearney.] "Transcendent Humanism in a Secular Age." In Reimagining the Sacred: Richard Kearney Debates God, edited by Richard Kearney and Jens Zimmermann. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 2015.
    • "Forward." In Wittgenstein's Later Theory of Meaning : Imagination and Calculationby Hans Schneider. Chichester, England : Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
    • "Forward." In At the Limits of the Secular: Reflections on Faith and Public Life, edited by William Barbieri Jr. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2014. viii-ix. http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/6877/at-the-limits-of-the-secular.aspx.
    • "[unknown title]." Postsäkularismus Zur Diskussion Eines Umstrittenen Begriffs. Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 2014. In German.
    •  "The Space of Exchange." In Radical Responsibilty : Celebrating the Thought of Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, edited by Michael J. Harris, Daniel Rynhold, and Tamra Wright. Jerusalem: Maggid Books, 2013.  http://www.korenpub.com/EN/products/maggid/maggid/9781592643660
    •  "Forward." In Faithful to the Future: Listening to Yves Congar, edited by Brother Émile of Taizé. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.
    • "Après L’Âge Séculier." In Charles Taylor. Religion Et sécularisation, edited by Sylvie Taussig. Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2014. 9-15.
    •  "How to Define Secularism." In Boundaries of Toleration, edited by Charles Taylor and Alfred C. Stepan. New York: Columbia University Press, 2014. 59-78. http://cup.columbia.edu/book/978-0-231-16566-2/boundaries-of-toleration.
    • "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.
    • "The Church Speaks - to Whom?" In Church and People: Disjunctions in a Secular Age, edited by Charles Taylor, José Casanova and George F. McLean, vol. 1. Washington, D.C.: Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2012. 17-24. In English. http://www.crvp.org/book/Series08//128710%20ChurchPeople.pdf.
    • "Interculturalism Or Multiculturalism?" Philosophy & Social Criticism 38, no. 4-5 (May/June, 2012): 413-423.
      Abstract:
      This essay discusses the difference between the concepts of multiculturalism and interculturalism, both concepts which are current on the canadian scene. it argues that the difference between the two is not so much a matter of the concrete policies, but concerns rather the story that we tell about where we are coming from and where we are going. in some ways, we could argue that interculturalism is more suitable for certain european countries.
    • Reprinted in Reset Dialogues on Civilizations (24 June, 2013). http://www.resetdoc.org/story/00000022267.
    • "Perils of Moralism." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 347-366.
    • Reprinted as "Perils of Moralism." In Theology and Public Philosophy: Four Conversations, edited by Kenneth L. Grasso and Cecilia Rodriguez Castillo. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2012. 1-20. In English.
    • "Overcoming Modern Epistemology." In Faithful Reading: New Essays in Theology in Honour of Fergus Kerr, OP. London: T & T Clark, 2012. http://www.bloomsbury.com/us/faithful-reading-9780567644039/.
    • "Reason, Faith, and Meaning." In Faith, Rationality, and the Passions, edited by Sarah Coakley. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012. 13-27. In English. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9781118321997.
    • "Die Blosse Vernunft (“Reason Alone”)." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 326-346.
    • "Celan and the Recovery of Language." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 56-77.
    • [With Slawomir Sierakowski]. "The De-Politicization of Politics." Eurozine (Oct. 11, 2011). http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2011-11-10-sierakowski-en.html.
    • [With Jürgen Habermas]. "Dialogue." In The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere, edited by Eduardo Mendieta and Jonathan VanAntwerpen, 2011.
    • "Disenchantment- Reenchantment." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 287-302.
    • "Disenchantment-Reenchantment." In The Joy of Secularism : 11 Essays for how we Live Now, edited by George Lewis Levine. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011.
    • "From the Standpoint of the Politique." Pro Ecclesia 20, no. 4 (Sept., 2011): 348-352.
    • "The Future of the Religious Past." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 214-286.
    • "Iris Murdoch and Moral Philosophy." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 3-23.
    • "Magisterial Authority." In The Crisis of Authority in Catholic Modernity, edited by Michael J. Lacey and Francis Oakley, 2011.
    • "Notes on the Sources of Violence: Perennial and Modern." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 188-213.
    • "Reason, Faith, and Meaning." Faith and Philosophy 28, no. 1 (2011): 5-18.
      Abstract:
      There are two connected illusions which have become very common today. the first consists in marking a very sharp distinction between reason and faith -- even to the point of defining faith as believing without good reason! the second is to take as a model of rationality what we might call "disengaged" reason. one illusion exaggerates the capacities of "reason alone" (allusion to kant intended); the second sees reason as essentially "dispassionate". moreover, the two are closely linked. this paper argues against both, while exploring the link.
    • "Recovering the Sacred." Inquiry 54, no. 2 (04, 2011): 113-125. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0020174X.2011.559047.
      Abstract:
      This paper tries to examine what is at stake in the various projects to 're-enchant the world', which have arisen in the face of modernity. it sees the ambition to 'save the sacred' in this context. it poses a number of problems which arise for such projects, and in particular examines the notion of 'polytheism' which is central to the recent book of sean kelly and hubert dreyfus, all things shining.
    • "Religion is Not the Problem." Commonweal 138, no. 4 (2011): 17-21.
    • Translated as "La Religión no Es El Problema." El Ciervo: Revista Mensual De Pensamiento y Cultura 724-725 (2011): 19-22. In Spanish. http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=3688794.
    • "Religious Mobilizations." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 146-164.
    • "Response." The Australian Journal of Anthropology 22, no. 1 (04, 2011): 125-133. doi:10.1111/j.1757-6547.2011.00111.x. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/taja.2011.22.issue-1/issuetoc.
      Abstract:
      The article presents responses on several articles which includes one by karl smith on deep engagement, anna branfod on non-overlapping magisteria, and jean-paul baldacchino on the pre modern form of religious belief in a secular age. he agrees on smith's study and says that disengaged knowing is a valuable addition. he tells that branford's story is interesting but does not take into account the ways in which magisteria have overlapped and changed each other. he describes baldacchino study as showing his main thesis about a secular age.
    • "Western Secularity." In Rethinking Secularism, edited by Craig Calhoun, Mark Juergensmeyer and Jonathan VanAntwerpen. Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 2011. 31-53. http://www.oup.com/us/catalog/general/subject/Sociology/Religion/?view=usa&ci=9780199796687.
    • Excerpted on The Immanent Frame blog: http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2011/08/10/western-secularity/
    • "What does Secularism Mean?" In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 303-325.
    • "What was the Axial Revolution?" In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 367-379.
    • Reprinted as "What was the Axial Revolution?" In The Axial Age and its Consequences, edited by Robert N. Bellah and Hans Joas. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2012. 30-46.
    • "Why we Need a Radical Redefinition of Secularism." In the Power of Religion in the Public Sphere, edited by Eduardo Mendieta and Jonathan VanAntwerpen. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. http://books.google.com/books?id=4n_DNWAdxUEC&lpg=PP1&pg=PA34#v=onepage&q&f=false.
    • "Language Not Mysterious?" In Reading Brandom: On Making it Explicit, edited by Bernhard Weiss and Jeremy Wanderer. London: Routledge, 2010. 32-47.
    • Reprinted as "Language Not Mysterious?" In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 39-55.
    • English version of "Das Mysterium Der Sprache: Robert Brandoms Sprachphilosophie." Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Philosophie 56, no. 1 (2008): 3-19.
    • "Apologia Pro Libro Suo." In Varieties of Secularism in a Secular Age, edited by Michael Warner, Jonathan VanAntwerpen and Craig Calhoun. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010.
    • "Challenging Issues about the Secular Age." Modern Theology 26, no. 3 (2010): 404-416. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0025.2010.01615.x/abstract
      From a Symposium on A Secular Age.
    • "Charles Taylor Replies." New Blackfriars 91, no. 1036 (2010): 645-647
      From a Symposium on Charles Taylor.
    • "Charles Taylor's Response to a Roundtable Discussion of His Book A Secular Age." Political Theology 11, no. 2 (March, 2010): 299-300.
    • "How to Define Secularism." Presented at the Colloquium in Legal, Political and Social Philosophy, New York University School of Law. 11 November, 2010.
    • "Identity and Democracy." Iyyun 59 (July, 2010): 11-23.
    • "The Meaning of Secularism." The Hedgehog Review 12, no. 3 (2010): 23-34. http://www.iasc-culture.org/HHR_Archives/Fall2010/Taylor_lo.pdf.
    • "Reply to Schweiker Et Al." The Journal of Religion 90, no. 3 (July, 2010): 401-406. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/652180.
    • "Solidarity in a Pluralist Age." Project Syndicate (27 September, 2010). http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/ctaylor5/English.
    • 2000's
    • "Forward." In Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship by Geoffrey Brahm Levey and Tariq Modood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
    • "John Main and the Changing Religious Consciousness of our Time." In John Main: the Expanding Vision, edited by Laurence Freeman and Stefan Reynolds. Norwich, UK: Canterbury Press, 2009.
    • [With Jürgen Habermas]. "Jürgen Habermas and Charles Taylor in Conversation." (2009). http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2009/11/20/rethinking-secularism-jurgen-habermas-and-charles-taylor-in-conversation/.
    • "The Philosopher-Citizen [on the 80th Birthday of Jürgen Habermas]." (October 19, 2009). http://blogs.ssrc.org/tif/2009/10/19/philosopher-citizen/.
    • "The Polysemy of the Secular." Social Research 76, no. 4, The Religious-Secular Divide: The U.S. Case (Winter, 2009): 1143-1166. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40972206.
      Abstract:
      The article, part of a special issue devoted to religion and secularism, discusses the historical polysemy, or multiple meanings, of the terms "secular" and "secularization." the history of the "secular" in latin christendom, or europe of the middle ages, is discussed as denoting earthly matters, which were nonetheless seen as bound up with heavenly or godly matters, tended to by the christian church. the development of the "secular" into a separate and independent sphere of activity in the modern era is then discussed, including the rise of deism and the notion of the separation of church and state as understood in the united states. variations in the meaning of the secular in non-western, non-christian societies are also discussed.
    • "Reply." Thesis Eleven 99, no. 1 (November 01, 2009): 93-104.
      From issue on Charles Taylor.
    • [With Gérard Bouchard]. "Fonder L’Avenir: Le Temps De La Concliation: Rapport De La Commission De Consultation Sur Les Practiques d’Acommodement Reliées Aux Différences Culturelles." (2008). http://www.accommodements.qc.ca/index.html.
    • Translated as "Building the Future: A Time for Reconciliation. Report of the Consultation Commission on Accommodation Practices Related to Cultural Differences." (2008). http://www.accommodements.qc.ca/index-en.html.
    • "Das Mysterium Der Sprache: Robert Brandoms Sprachphilosophie." Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Philosophie 56, no. 1 (2008): 3-19. In German.
    • German version of "Language Not Mysterious?" In Reading Brandom: On Making it Explicit, edited by Bernhard Weiss and Jeremy Wanderer. London: Routledge, 2010. 32-47 and in Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 39-55.
    • "La Secolarizzazione Fallita e La Riscoperta Dello Spirito." Vita e Pensiero 91 (2008): 29-33. In Italian.
    • "Sexo y Cristianismo: Cómo La Iglesia no Ha Sabido Adaptarse a La Modernidad." El Ciervo: Revista Mensual De Pensamiento y Cultura 57, no. 682 (enero, 2008): 8-11. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40834332.
    • "What Drove Me to Philosophy: The 2008 Kyoto Prize Commemorative Lecture: Arts and Philosophy." Inamori Foundation, 2008.
    • "Block Thinking." Project Syndicate (September, 2007). http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/taylor4.
    • "The Collapse of Tolerance." The Guardian (17 September, 2007). http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2007/sep/17/thecollapseoftolerance.
    • "Cultures of Democracy and Citizen Efficacy." Public Culture 19, no. 1 (Winter, 2007): 117-150.
    • "A Different Kind of Courage." The New York Review of Books 54, no. 7 (April 26, 2007). http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2007/apr/26/a-different-kind-of-courage/?pagination=false.
    • "Fordelingsrettferdighetens Karakter Og Rekkevidde." AGORA: Journal for Metafysisk Spekulasjon 3 (25. årgang, 2007): 239-270. In Norwegian.
    • "The Future of the Religious Past." In Religion: Beyond a Concept , edited by Hent de VriesFordham University Press, 2007.
    • "Heidegger on Language." In A Companion to Heidegger, edited by Hubert L. Dreyfus and Mark Wrathall. Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 433-455.
    • "Modern Moral Rationalism." In Weakening Philosophy: Essays in Honour of Gianni Vattimo, edited by Santiago ZabalaMcGill-Queen's University Press, 2007. 58-76.
    • "On Social Imaginaries." In Traversing the Imaginary: Richard Kearney and the Postmodern Challenge, edited by Peter Gratton and John Panteleimon Manoussakis. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2007.
    • "Outside the Box." Forbes Magazine (March 14, 2007). http://www.forbes.com/2007/03/14/taylor-outside-box-opedcx_ct_0314%20taylor.%20html.
    • "Reflections on Key Articles and Books." (2007). http://www.templetonprize.org/ct_reflections.html.
    • "Selvfortolkende Dyr." Slagmark: Tidsskrift for Idehistorie. Tema: Charles Taylor 40 (Sommer, 2007): 113-146. In Danish.
    • "Sex & Christianity. how has the Moral Landscape Changed?" Commonweal 134, no. 16 (September 28, 2007).
    • "Spiritual Thinking." (2007). http://www.templetonprize.org/ct_thinking.html.
    • "Statement at the Templeton Prize News Conference." (March 14, 2007). http://www.templetonprize.org/ct_statement.html.
    • "The Sting of Death: Why we Yearn for Eternity." Commonweal 134, no. 17 (October 12, 2007): 13-16. http://www.cerium.ca/video/2006-2007/argument01/conference.asx.
    • "What is Secularity?" In Transcending Boundaries in Philosophy and Theology: Reason, Meaning, and Experience, edited by Kevin Vanhoozer and Martin Warner. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007. 97-130.
    • "Benedict XVI." Public Culture 18, no. 1 (2006): 11-14.
    • "Block Thinking and Internal Critisism." Public Culture 18 (2006): 453-455.
    • [With Paolo Costa]. "La Modernità Della Religione." Filosofia Politica 20, no. 1 (April, 2006): 164-165. In Italian.
    • "Religion and European Integration." In Religion in the New Europe: Conditions of European Solidarity, edited by Krzysztof MichalskiCentral European University Press, 2006. 1-22.
    • "Religion and Modern Identity Struggles." In Islam in Public: Turkey, Iran and Europe, edited by Nilüfer Göle and Ludwig Amman. Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University Press, 2006. 481-524.
    • "Religious Mobilizations." Public Culture 18, no. 2 (2006): 281-300.
    • "Réponses à Mes Critiques." Philosophiques 33, no. 2 (2006): 507-512. In French. http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/013898ar?integral=oui.
    • "Three Malaises." In in the Agora: The Public Face of Canadian Philosophy, edited by Andrew D. Irvine and John S. Russell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2006. http://books.google.com/books?id=v7Ga17j1BZ4C&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false.
    • "Geschlossene Weltstrukturen in Der Moderne." In Wissen Und Weisheit : zwei Symposien Zu Ehren Von Josef Pieper (1904-1997), edited by Hermann Fechtrup, Friedbert Schulze and Thomas Sternberg. Münster: Lit, 2005. In German.
    • "Merleau-Ponty and the Epistemological Picture." In The Cambridge Companion to Merleau-Ponty, edited by Taylor Carman and Mark Hansen. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr, 2005. 26-49.
    • "A Philosopher's Postscript: Engaging the Citadel of Secular Reason." In Reason and the Reasons of Faith, edited by Paul J. Griffiths and Reinhard Hütter. New York: T and T Clark, 2005. 339-353.
    • "The 'Weak Ontology' Thesis." The Hedgehog Review 7, no. 2 (Summer, 2005): 35-42.
    • "Forward " In the Rivers North of the Future: The Testament of Ivan Illich as Told to David Cayley. Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2005.
    • "Descombes' Critique of Cognitivism." Inquiry 47, no. 3 (June, 2004): 203-218.
    • "Notes on the Sources of Violence: Perennial and Modern." In Beyond Violence: Religious Sources of Social Transformation in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, edited by James L. Helf. New York: Fordham University Press, 2004. 15-42.
    • "What is Pragmatism?" In Pragmatism, Critique, Judgement: Essays for Richard J Bernstein, edited by Seyla Benhabib and N. Fraser. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004. 73-92.
    • "Closed World Structures." In Religion After Metaphysics, edited by Mark Wrathall. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. 47-48.
    • "Ethics and Ontology." The Journal of Philosophy 100, no. 6 (Jun., 2003): 305-320. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3655731.
    • "Foundationalism and the Inner-Outer Distinction." In Reading McDowell: On Mind and World, edited by Nicholas H. Smith. London: Routledge, 2003.
    • "Response to Bhabha." In Globalizing Rights: The Oxford Amnesty Lectures 1999, edited by Matthew J. Gibney. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. 184-188.
    • "Rorty and Philosophy." In Richard Rorty, edited by Charles Guignon and David R. Hiley. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press, 2003. 158-179.
    • "Seeking Sovereignty in Europe and Iraq." Project Syndicate (September, 2003). http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/taylor3.
    • "Understanding the Other: A Gadamerian View on Conceptual Schemes." In Gadamer's Century: Essays in Honor of Hans-Georg Gadamer, edited by Jeff Malpas, Ulrich Von Arnswald and Jens Kertscher. Cambridge MA: MIT Pr, 2002. 279-297.
    • Reprinted as "Gadamer and the Human Sciences." In The Cambridge Companion to Gadamer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 126-142.
    • Reprinted as "Understanding the Other: A Gadamerian View on Conceptual Schemes." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 24-38.
    • "Les Anti-Lumières Immanentes." In Christianisme : Héritages Et Destins, edited by Cyrille MichonLe Livre de Poche, 2002. 155-184. In French.
    • Translated as "Die Immanente Gegenaufkläring: Christentum Und Moral." [Les anti-Lumières immanentes: Christianisme et morale] In Religion Nach Der Religionskritik, edited by Ludwig Nagl. Berlin: R.Oldenbourg Verlag and Akademie Verlag, 2003. In German.
    • Translated as "The Immanent Counter-Enlightenment." In Canadian Political Philosophy: Contemporary Reflections, edited by Ronald Beiner and Wayne Norman. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. 583-603.
    • Translated as "The Immanent Counter-Enlightenment: Christianity and Morality." South African Journal of Philosophy 24, no. 3 (2005): 224-239.
      Abstract:
      In this translation of charles taylor's paper, "die immanente gegenaufklärung: Christentum und moral", the author discusses the relationship between christianity and morality, in the light of developments in the west over the past five centuries. particular attention is paid to the relationship between morality and the development of unbelief, the rejection of god, and atheism.
    • "Foundationalism and the Inner-Outer Distinction." In Reading McDowell: On Mind and World. New York: Routledge, 2002.
    • "Modern Social Imaginaries." Public Culture 14, no. 1 (Winter, 2002).
    • "The Other and Ourselves: Is Multiculturalism Inherently Relativist?" Project Syndicate (July, 2002). http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/taylor2.
    • "Risking Belief: Why William James Still Matters." Commonweal 129, no. 5 (March 8, 2002): 14-17.
    • "Condurre Una Vita." La Societa Degli Individui 11 (2001/2): 73-89. In Italian.
      Abstract:
      Modern moral philosophy is unable to deal with the diversity of goods because it tries to solve the problems it rises by a top priority, all-trumping morality. but any adequate account of our lives has to do justice to both difference and unity. to attain this goal, we have to begin to make distinctions, because everything hangs on the details in moral reasoning. and the resources of moral reasoning are greater than they are normally supposed to be in today moral philosophy. to find a "measure" between the aspiration to oneness and the diversity of goods is the true secret of our "living a life".
    • "The Alchemy of Violence." Project Syndicate (July, 2001). http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/taylor1.
    • "Contribution to Review Symposium on Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory by Bhikhu Parekh." Ethnicities 1, no. 1 (April, 2001).
    • "Democracy, Inclusive and Exclusive." In Meaning and Modernity: Religion, Polity, and Self, edited by Richard MadsenUniversity of California Press, 2001.
    • "How to be Diverse." Times Literary Supplement 5116 (20 April, 2001): 4
      Notes: Review of 'Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural diversity and political theory,' by Bhikhu Parekh.
    • "Language and Society." In Jürgen Habermas, edited by David Rasmussen and James C. Swindal. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, 2001.
    • "Modernity and Identity." In Schools of Thought: Twenty-Five Years of Interpretive Social Science, edited by Joan W. Scott and Debra Keates. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001.
    • "Plurality of Goods." New York Review of Books (2001): 113-120.
    • "The Sources of Violence, Perennial and Modern." Presentation to Symposium on The Liberal and Democratic Concepts of Adversity and Violence. University of Warsaw. May, 2001. http://www.univie.ac.at/iwm/a-con107.htm
    • "A Tension in Modern Democracy." In Democracy and Vision: Sheldon Wolin and the Vicissitudes of the Political, edited by Aryeh Botwinick and William E. Connolly. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001. 79-95.
    • "Einige Überlegungen Zur Idee Der Solidarität." Transit 20 (2000): 189-201. In German.
    • Reprinted as "Einige Überlegungen Zur Idee Der Solidarität." In Wieviel Gemeinschaft Braucht Die Demokratie?. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 2001. In German.
    • Translated as "Einige Überlegungen Zur Idee Der Solidarität." Znak 543 (August, 2000): 24-34. In Polish.
    • Translated as "Several Reflections on the Theme of Solidarity." Thinking in Values - the Tischner Institute Journal of Philosophy 1 (2007): 68-77. http://tischner.org.pl/thinking_pliki/thinking_1/tischner_5_taylor.pdf.
    • "As Fontes do Self: A Construção Da Identidade Moderna." Dialogo Filosofico 16, no. 1 (2000): 128-129.
    • "Hegel Et La Société Moderne." Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 39, no. 4 (Sept., 2000): 823-826.
    • "McDowell on Value and Knowledge." The Philosophical Quarterly 50, no. 199 (Apr., 2000): 242-249. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2660352
      Notes: Review of Mind, Value, and Reality and Meaning, Knowledge, and Reality by John McDowell.
    • "Die Moderne Und Die Säkulare Zeit." In Am Ende Des Millenniums: Zeit Und Modernitäten: Castelgandolfo-Gespräche 1998, edited by Krzysztof Michalski. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 2000. 28-85. In German.
    • "Modernity and Difference." In without Guarantees: In Honour of Stuart Hall, edited by Paul Gilroy, Lawrence Grossberg and Angela McRobbie. New York and London: Verso, 2000.
    • "Preface " In Récits Identitaires: Le Québec à l'Épreuve Du Pluralisme by Jocelyn Maclure . Montréal: Éditions Québec Amérique, 2000. 15-17. In French.
    • Translated as "Forward." In Quebec Identity: The Challenge of Pluralism by Jocelyn Maclure , translated by Peter Feldstein. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2003. vii-ix.
    • "Religion Today." Transit 19 (2000).
    • "Une Place Pour La Transcendence?" Laval Theologique Et Philosophique Suppl (2000): 5-15. In French.
    • Translated and reprinted as "A Place for Transcendence?" In Transcendence: Philosophy, Literature and Theology Approach the Beyond, edited by Regina M. Schwartz. New York: Routledge, 2004.
    • Translated and reprinted as "Ein Ort Für Die Transzendenz?" Information Philosophie 31, no. 2 (2003): 7-16. In German.
    • "What's Wrong with Foundationalism?" In Heidegger, Coping, and Cognitive Science: Essays in Honor of Hubert L. Dreyfus, edited by Mark Wrathall and Jeff Malpas, vol. 2. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2000.
    • 1990's
    • "A Catholic Modernity?" In A Catholic Modernity? Charles Taylor's Marianist Award Lecture, edited by James L. Heft. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. 13-37.
    • Reprinted as "A Catholic Modernity?" In Believing Scholars: Ten Catholic Intellectuals, edited by James L. Heft, 2005. 10-35.
    • Reprinted as "A Catholic Modernity?" In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 167-187.
    • Translation in La modernità della religione, translated and edited by Paolo Costa (Rome: Meltemi, 2004), pp. 81-109. In Italian.
    • "Comment on Jürgen Habermas' 'from Kant to Hegel and Back again'." European Journal of Philosophy 7, no. 2 (Aug., 1999): 158-163.
    • "Conditions of an Unforced Consensus on Human Rights." In the East Asian Challenge for Human Rights, edited by Joanne R. Bauer and Daniel A. Bell. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. 124-144.
    • Reprinted as "Conditions of an Unforced Consensus on Human Rights." In The Politics of Human Rights, edited by Obrad Savić. London: Verso, 1999. 101-119.
    • Reprinted as "Conditions of an Unforced Consensus on Human Rights." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 105-123.
    • Translated as "Uslovi Za Nenametnuti Konceznus o Ljdskim Pravima." Belgrade Circle 1-4 (1999): 76-94. In Serbian.
    • "Democratic Exclusion (and its Remedies?) the John Ambrose Stack Memorial Lecture." In Citizenship, Diversity, and Pluralism: Canadian and Comparative Perspectives, edited by Alan C. Cairns. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1999. 265-287.
    • Reprinted as "Democratic Exclusion (and its Remedies?)." In Multiculturalism, Liberalism and Democracy, edited by Rajeev Bhargava, Amiya Kumar Bagchi and R. Sudarshan. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999. 138-163.
    • Reprinted as "Democratic Exclusion (and its Remedies?)." In Social Inclusion: Possibilities and Tensions, edited by Peter F. Askonas and Angus Stewart. Baskingstoke: Macmillan, 2000.
    • Reprinted as "Democratic Exclusion (and its Remedies?)." Eurozine (Feb. 21, 2002). http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2002-02-21-taylor-en.html. Reprinted as "Democratic Exclusion (and its Remedies?)." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 124-145.
    • Translated as "L'Esclusione Democratica (Esistono Dei Rimedi?)." La Società Degli Individui: Quadrimestrale Di Teoria Sociale e Storia Delle Idee 43, no. 1 (2012): 97-126. In Italian.
    • "Entrevue Avec Charles Taylor." Carrefour: Revue De Reflexion Interdisciplinaire 21, no. 1 (1999): 5-20. In French.
    • "Glaube Und Identität: Religion Und Gewalt in Der Modernen Welt." Transit 16 (1999): 21-38. In German.
    • "In Defence of Positive Freedom." In Political Thought, edited by Michael Rosen and Jonathan Wolff. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.
    • "L'Interprétation Quand Meme: Réponse à Vincent Descombes." Les Études Philosophiques, no. 3, Philosophie politique (Juillet Septembre, 1999): 369-373. In French. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20849275.
    • "De La Nation Culturelle à La Nation Politique." Le Devoir 19 (Juin, 1999). In French.
    • Reprinted as "Nation Culturelle, Nation Politique." [De la nation culturelle à la nation politique] In Penser La Nation Québécoise, edited by Michel Venne. Montréal: Éditions Québec Amérique, 2000. 37-48. In French.
    • "Su ‘Il Disincanto Del Mondo’ Di Marcel Gauchet: A Cura Di Nevio Genghini." In Hermeneutica Urbino, 1999. 287-301. In Italian.
    • "On the Draft Nisga'a Treaty." BC Studies 120 (Winter, 1998;1999): 37-40.
    • "Le Fondamental Dans l'Histoire." In Charles Taylor Et l’interprétation De l’identité Moderne, edited by Guy Laforest and Philippe de Lara. Paris;Sainte Foy;: Centre Culturel International de Cerisy-la-Salle, Cerf;Les Presses de l'Université Laval;, 1998. 35-51. In French.
    • "Globalization and the Future of Canada." Queen's Quarterly 105 (1998): 331-342.
    • "Living with Difference." In Debating Democracy's Discontent: Essays on American Politics, Law, and Public Philosophy, edited by Anita L. Allen and Jr Regan Milton C. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. 212-226.
    • "Modes of Secularism." In Secularism and its Critics, edited by Rajeev Bhargava, 1998. 31-53.
    • "A Response." Eidos: The Canadian Graduate Journal of Philosophy 15, no. 1 (Jan., 1998): 79-87.
    • "Taylor's Response." Eidos: The Canadian Graduate Journal of Philosophy 15, no. 1 (1998): 79-87.
    • "Contributions by Jerome Engel, Jayne Gackenbach, Joan Halifax, Joyce McDougall and Charles Taylor." In Sleeping, Dreaming and Dying: An Exploration of Consciousness with the Dalai Lama, edited by Francisco J. Varela. Boston: Wisdom Publications, 1997.
    • "Nationalism and Modernity." In The Morality of Nationalism, edited by Robert McKim and Jeff McMahan. New York: Oxford Univ Pr, 1997. 31-55.
    • Reprinted as "Nationalism and Modernity." In Dilemmas and Connections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2011. 81-104.
    • Reprinted as "Nationalism and Modernity." In Theorizing Nationalism, edited by Ronald Beiner. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999. 219-245.
    • Reprinted as "Nationalism and Modernity." In The State of the Nation: Ernest Gellner and the Theory of Nationalism, edited by John A. Hall. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. 191-218.
    • Translated as "Nacionalismo e Modernidade." Grial 40, no. 156, Liberalismo, comunitarismo, republicanismo (Outubro, Novembro, Decembro, 2002): 723-751. In Spanish. http://www.jstor.org/stable/29751995.
    • Translated as "Nacionalizam i Modernost." Belgrade Circle 3-4 (1996): 11-33. In Serbian.
    • Translated as "Nacionalizem in Moderna." Nova Revija 167 (1996): 112-127. In Slovenian.
    • "Demokratie Und Ausgrenzung." Transit 7, no. 14 (1997): 81-97. In German.
    • Translated as "The Dynamics of Democratic Exclusion." Journal of Democracy 9, no. 4 (Oct., 1998): 143-156.
    • "The Distance between the Citizen and the State." Twenty-First Century 40 (Apr., 1997): 4-20. In Chinese.
    • "Forward." In the Disenchantment of the World: A Political History of Religion by Marcel Gauchet . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1997. ix-xv.
    • "Die Immanente Gegenaufklärung." In Aufklärung Heute: Castelgandolfo-Gespräche 1996, edited by Krzysztof Michalski. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1997. 54-74. In German.
    • "Leading a Life." In Incommensurability, Incomparability, and Practical Reasoning, edited by Ruth Chang. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1997. 170-183.
    • Translated as "Condurre Una Vita." La Societa Degli Individui 11 (2001): 73-89. In Italian.
    • "Was Ist Liberalismus?" In Hegelpreis 1997. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1997. 25-54. In German.
    • "Canadian Reality, a Little at a Time." Compass 14 (Jan./Feb., 1996): 47-48, 52.
    • "Deep Diversity and the Future of Canada." In can Canada Survive? Under what Terms and Conditions?, edited by David M. Hayne, vol. 7, 1996. 29-35.
    • "Dostoevsky and Terrorism." In Dostoevsky and the Contemporary World. Lonergan Review 4, 1996. Available here.
    • "Drei Formen Des Säkularismus." In Das Europa Der Religionen: Ein Kontinent Zwischen Säkularisierung Und Fundamentalismus, edited by Otto Kallscheuer. Frankfurt: Fischer, 1996. 217-246. In German.
    • "Identidad y Reconocimiento." Revista Internacional De Filosofia Politica 7 (May, 1996): 10-19. In Spanish.
      Abstract:
      Identity is a complex concept which refers both to the psychological dimension of self-consciousness and to the social and political dimension of collective identifications. with modernity, identity gains a new meaning. it does not only allude to the horizon of a moral world, as in ancient times, but to something personal and original which must be recognized by others. in the case of nations, individual and collective identities reciprocally interact, since a nation presupposes a unity of discussion and reciprocal understanding which must be recognized in the international public sphere. these three elements, identity as authenticity, recognition and public sphere, are deeply interrelated in our modern civilization and constitute the background for "the politics of identity.".
    • "Introduction." In Qu'Est-Ce Qu'Une Nation? what is a Nation? by Ernest Renan, translated by Wanda Romer Taylor. Toronto: Tapir Press, 1996. In French with English translation on facing pages.
    • "Iris Murdoch and Moral Philosophy." In Iris Murdoch and the Search for Human Goodness, edited by Maria Antonaccio and William Schweiker. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. 3-28.
    • "Review of Multicultural Citizenship by Will Kymlicka." The American Political Science Review 90, no. 2 (June, 1996): 408. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2082902.
    • "Sharing Identity Space." In Québec-Canada: What is the Path Ahead?, edited by John E. Trent, Robert Young and Guy Lachepelle. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1996. 121-124.
    • "Les Sources De l'Identité Moderne." In Les Frontières De l'Identité: Modernité Et Postmodernisme Au Québec, edited by Mikhaël Elbaz, Andrée Fortin and Guy Laforest. Sainte-Foy;Paris: Les Presses de L'Université Laval;L'Harmattan, 1996. 347-364. In French.
    • "Spirituality of Life - and its Shadow." Compass 14 (May/June, 1996): 10-13. http://gvanv.com/compass/arch/v1402/ctaylor.html.
    • "Der Trend Zur Politischen Fragmentierung: Bedeutungsverlust Demokratischer Entscheidungen." In Demokratie Am Wendepunkt: Die Demokratische Frage Als Projekt Des 21. Jahrhunderts, edited by Werner Weidenfeld. Berlin: Siedler, 1996. 254-276. In German.
    • "Das Unbehagen an Der Moderne." Synthesis Philosophica 11, no. 1 (1996): 254-258.
    • "A World Consensus on Human Rights?" Dissent 43 (Summer, 1996): 15-21.
    • "Two Theories of Modernity." The Hastings Center Report 25, no. 2 (Mar. - Apr., 1995): 24-33. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3562863.
    • Reprinted as "Two Theories of Modernity." The Responsive Community 6, no. 3 (Summer, 1996): 16. http://www.gwu.edu/~ccps/rcq/issues/6-3.pdf. Reprinted as "Two Theories of Modernity." In Healthcare Ethics and Human Values, edited by Thomas Murray, Donna Dickenson and Bill Fulford. Oxford: Blackwell, 2001.
    • Reprinted as "Two Theories of Modernity." Public Culture 11 (1999): 153-174.
    • Reprinted as "Two Theories of Modernity." In Alternative Modernities, edited by Dilig Gaonkar. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2001.
    • Translated as "Dve Teoriji Modernosti." Phainomena, Letn. 14, no. 53/54 (nov., 2005): 143-149. In Slovenian.
    • Earlier version: "Modernity and the Rise of the Public Sphere." In the Tanner Lectures on Human Values, edited by Grethe B. Peterson, vol. 14. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1993. 203-260. http://www.tannerlectures.utah.edu/lectures/documents/Taylor93.pdf.
    • "Les Ethnies Dans Une Société 'Normale' (1)." La Presse (Nov. 21, 1995): B3. In French.
    • "Les Ethnies Dans Une Société 'Normale' (2) " La Presse (Nov. 22, 1995): B3. In French.
    • "A most Peculiar Institution." In World, Mind and Ethics: Essays on the Ethical Philosophy of Bernard Williams, edited by J. E. J. Altham and Ross Harrison. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 132-155.
    • "Nationalismus Und Moderne." Transit 9 (1995): 177-198. In German.
    • "On 'Disclosing New Worlds'." Inquiry 38, no. 1-2 (June, 1995): 119-122.
      Abstract:
      The framework presented by spinosa, flores, and dreyfus (henceforth SFD) centres on a new view of entrepreneurship. this sees the entrepreneur not simply as the instrumentally rational agent of economic maximization, but as someone committed to new modes of practice. this rescues the entrepreneur from the misleading stereotype which both right and left have conspired to accredit in our society. it allows us to see that there is more than one type of entrepreneur, and it defines one which is potentially very benign in democratic society (and also social-democratic societies). SFD propose to see political initiative-taking in democratic societies as analogous to this kind of entrepreneurship, and they extend their analysis to deal with the maintenance and fostering of solidarity. the framework is very illuminating for the first case, and partially, although less so, for the second.
    • "A Qualified no: Message to the Rest of Canada." Montreal Gazette (Sept. 28, 1995): B3.
    • "Response to Bromwich's "Culturalism, the Euthanasia of Liberalism"." Dissent 42 (Winter, 1995): 103-104.
    • "Why Democracy Needs Patriotism." Boston Review 19 (Oct./Nov., 1994). http://bostonreview.net/BR19.5/BR19.5.html
      Notes: Reply to Nussbaum's "Patriotism and Cosmopolitanism".
    • Reprinted as "Why Democracy Needs Patriotism." In for Love of Country: Debating the Limits of Patriotism, edited by Joshua Cohen. Boston: Beacon Press, 1996. 119-121.
    • Translated as "Zasto Je Demokratiji Potreban Patriotizam." Mostovi, Beograd 3 (1993): 559-580. In Serbian.
    • Translated as "Por Qué La Democracia Necesita El Patriotismo." In Los límites Del Patriotismo : Identidad, Pertenencia y "ciudadanía Mundial", translated by Carme Castells, edited by Martha C. Nussbaum and Joshua Cohen. Barcelona: Paidós, 2013. In Spanish.
    • "Can Liberalism be Communitarian?" Critical Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Politics and Society 8, no. 2 (Mar., 1994): 257-262.
      Abstract:
      In "liberalism, community and culture", will kymlicka suggests that the cultural resources with which communitarians have been concerned, inasmuch as they are prerequisites for the individual choice of the good, are appropriate objects of liberal protection. but kymlicka's liberalism fails to fully meet the concerns of those who see their communities as intrinsically valuable -- not merely as necessary means for the clarification of their options. ultimately kymlicka's approach shares in the tendency of liberalism to reduce manifold values to the single standard of equal concern for individuals -- which results in a paternalistic disregard for those individuals' actual motivations.
    • "Charles Taylor Replies." In Philosophy in an Age of Pluralism: The Philosophy of Charles Taylor in Question, edited by James Tully and Daniel M. Weinstock. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. 213-257. In English. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511621970.015.
    • "Human Rights, Human Differences." Compass 12 (July/Aug., 1994): 18-19.
    • "The Modern Identity." In Communitarianism: A New Public Ethics, edited by Markate Daly. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1994. 55-71.
    • "Ne Pas Choisir: Construire Un Québec Français Et Liberal." Nuit Blanches (Juin/Août, 1994): 48-50. In French.
    • "Philosophical Reflections on Caring Practices." In the Crisis of Care: Affirming and Restoring Caring Practices in the Helping Professions, edited by Susan S. Phillips and Patricia Benner. Washington, D.D.: Georgetown University Press, 1994. 174-187.
    • "The Politics of Recognition." In Multiculturalism: a Critical Reader, edited by David Theo Goldberg. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1994.
    • "Précis of Sources of the Self." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 54, no. 1 (Mar., 1994): 185-186. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2108365.
    • "Reply to Braybrooke and De Sousa." Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 33, no. 1 (Dec., 1994): 125-131.
    • "Reply to Commentators." Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 54, no. 1 (Mar., 1994): 203-213. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2108369.
    • "Der Begriff Der 'Bürgerlichen Gesellschaft' Im Politischen Denken Des Westens." In Gemeinschaft Und Gerechtigkeit, edited by Micha Brumlik and Hauke Brunkhorst. Frankfurt: Fischer Verlag, 1993. In German.
    • "The Dangers of Soft Despotism." The Responsive Community 3 (Fall, 1993): 22-31. http://www.gwu.edu/~ccps/rcq/issues/3-4.pdf.
    • Reprinted as "Between Democracy and Despotism: The Dangers of Soft Despotism." Current 359 (Jan. 1, 1994): 36-39.
    • "The Deep Challenge of Dualism." In Quebec: State and Society, edited by Alain-G Gagnon, 2nd ed. Toronto: Nelson, 1993. 82-95.
    • Translated as "Le Pluralisme Et La Dualisme." [The Deep Challenge of Dualism] In Québec: État Et Société, edited by Alain-G Gagnon. Montréal: Éditions Québec/Amerique, 1994. 61-84. In French.
    • "Engaged Agency and Background in Heidegger." In The Cambridge Companion to Heidegger, edited by Charles Guignon. New York: Cambridge Univ Pr, 1993. 317-336.
      Abstract:
      This paper argues that heidegger is one of the pioneers in a deconstruction of the modern epistemology which descends from descartes, in that he conceives the knowing agent as engaged with a world, and thus in possession of a grasp on this world which can't be reduced to representations, but also incorporates a background understanding.
    • "A Canadian Future?" In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 23-39.
    • "Impediments to a Canadian Future." In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 187-201.
    • "It is Strange and Wonderful that we Exist." Compass 11 (Sept./Oct., 1993): 21-22.
    • "Nietzsche's Legacy." Lonergan Review 2 (1993): 171-187.
    • "To Follow a Rule..." In Rules and Conventions: Literature, Philosophy, Social Theory, edited by Mette Hjort. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. 167-185.
    • Reprinted as "To Follow a Rule..." In Bourdieu: Critical Perspectives, edited by Craig Calhoun. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1993.
    • Reprinted as "To Follow a Rule." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 165-180.
    • Reprinted as "To Follow a Rule..." In Bourdieu: A Critical Reader , edited by Richard Shusterman. Oxford: Blackwell, 1999.
    • Translated as "Suivre Un Règle." Critique 51 (Août-Sept, 1995): 554-572. In French.
    • "The Politics of Recognition." Working Papers and Proceedings of the Center for Psychosocial Studies 50 (1992).
    • Reprinted as "The Politics of Recognition." In Multiculturalism and 'the Politics of Recognition', edited by Amy Gutmann. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992.
    • Reprinted as "The Politics of Recognition." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 225-256.
    • Reprinted as "The Politics of Recognition." In Multiculturalism: Examining the Politics of Recognition, edited by Amy Gutmann. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994. 25-73.
    • "Can Canada Survive the Charter?" Alberta Law Review 30 (1992): 427-447.
    • Reprinted as "Can Canada Survive the Charter?" In Rights, edited by Robin West. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001.
    • "Un Choix De Somnambules." L'Actualité 17 (1 Mai, 1992): 3. In French.
    • "Heidegger, Language, and Ecology." In Heidegger: A Critical Reader, edited by Hubert L. Dreyfus and Harrison Hall. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992. 247-269.
    • Reprinted as "Heidegger, Language, and Ecology." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 100-126.
    • Translated as "Heidegger, Sprache Und Ökologie." In Politische Theorie Und Das Denken Heideggers, edited by Paul Sörensen and Nikolai Münch. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2013. In German.
    • "Les Grandes Lignes d'Une Solution Constitutionelle." (23 Mars, 1992). In French.
    • "Liberale Politik Und Öffentlichkeit." In Die Liberale Gesellschaft: Castelgandolfo-Gespräche 1992, edited by Krzysztof Michalski. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1992. 21-67. In German.
    • Translated as "Liberal Politics and the Public Sphere." [Liberale Politik und Öffentlichkeit] In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 257-288.
    • Translated as "Liberalni Politika a Verejnost." [Liberale Politik und Öffentlichkeit] In Liberalni Spolecnost. Praha: Filosofia, 1994. In Czech.
    • "Quel Principe d'Identité Collective?" In In L'Europe Au Soir Du Siècle: Identité Et Démocratie, edited by Jacques Lenoble and Nicole Dewandre. Paris: Éditions Esprit, 1992. 59-66. In French.
    • "Review of Ideals and Illusions: On Reconstruction and Deconstruction in Contemporary Critical Theory by Thomas A. McCarthy." Ethics 102, no. 4 (July, 1992): 856-858. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2381563.
    • "The Sources of Authenticity." Canadian Forum 70 (1992): 4-5
      Notes: Excerpt from The Malaise of Modernity.
    • "Wieviel Gemeinschaft Braucht Die Demokratie?" Transit 5 (1992): 5-20. In German.
    • "The Importance of Herder." In Isaiah Berlin: A Celebration, edited by Edna Margalit and Avishai Margalit. Chicago: Univ of Chicago Pr, 1991
      Abstract:
      My argument in this piece is that herder represents a turning point in theory of language in the western tradition. he turns away from instrumental-designative theories of meaning, and innovates with a theory which I want to call expressive-constitutive. certain contemporaries theories, not only of language, but also of literature and culture, make sense within the framework set by this herdian turn. this has, of course, also been contested, so that two rather different philosophical cultures exist today which are divided by their different conceptions of language.
    • Reprinted as "The Importance of Herder." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 79-99.
    • "Die Beschwörung Der Civil Society:Castelgandolfo-Gesprache 1989." In Europa Und Die "Civil Society", edited by Krzysztof Michalski. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1991. 52-81. In German.
    • "The Dialogical Self." In The Interpretive Turn: Philosophy, Science, Culture, edited by David R. Hiley. Ithaca: Cornell Univ Pr, 1991. 304-314.
      Abstract:
      The paper deals with different conceptions of the self, and their place in social science. the thesis is that we have inherited from the philosophical tradition a disembodied and monological picture of the human agent. this urgently needs to be corrected. the paper discusses bourdieu's theory of embodied knowledge (the "habitus"), and then suggests that bakhtin is better guide than mead for a dialogical theory.
    • Reprinted as "The Dialogical Self." In Rethinking Knowledge: Reflections Across the Disciplines, edited by Robert F. Goodman and Walter R. Fisher. Albany: SUNY Pr, 1995. 57-66.
    • "Civil Society in the Western Tradition." [Modes of Civil Society] In The Notion of Tolerance and Human Rights: Essays in Honour of Raymond Klibansky, edited by Ethel Groffier and Michel Paradis. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1991. 117-136.
      Notes: Revised version of "modes of civil society".
    • Reprinted as "Civil Society in the Western Tradition." In Civil Society and Democracy: a Reader, edited by Carolyn M. Elliott. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006.
    • "Les Enjeux De La Réforme Constitutionell." In Les Avis Des Spécialistes Invités à Répondre Aux Huit Question Posées Par La Commission [Submission to the Commission Sur l'Avenir Politique Et Constitutionne Du Québec]. Québec Government Publication: Québec, 1991. In French.
    • Reprinted as "Les Enjeux De La Réforme Constitutionelle." Canadian Parliamentary Review 14, no. 1 (Spring, 1991): 16-17
      Notes: Abridged version.
    • Translated as "The Stakes of Constitutional Reform." [Les enjeux de la réforme constitutionelle] In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 140-154.
    • Reprinted as "The Constitutional Problem." In Boundaries of Identity: A Quebec Reader, edited by William Dodge. Toronto: Lester, 1992. 264-271.
      Notes: Abridged version of "the stakes of constitutional reform".
    • "Comments and Replies." Inquiry (June, 1991): 237-254.
    • "Comprendre La Culture Politique." In L'Engagement Intellectuel: Mélanges En Honneur De Léon Dion, edited by Raymond Hudon and Réjean Pelletier. Sainte-Foy: Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 1991. 193-207. In French.
    • "Lichtung Oder Lebensform. Parallelen Zwischen Wittgenstein Und Heidegger." In Der Löwe Spricht ... Und Wir Können Ihn Nicht Verstehen, edited by Brian McGuinness. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1991. 94-120. In German.
    • Translated as "Lichtung Or Lebensform: Parallels between Heidegger and Wittgenstein." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 61-78.
    • Translated as "Lichtung Or Lebensform: Parallels between Wittgenstein and Heideger." Theoria, Beograd 1 (1989): 9-21. In Serbian.
    • "Philosophical Gadfly: The Original Socrates and Plato's Version." Times Literary Supplement (June 7, 1991): 3-4
      Notes: Review of Socrates: Ironist and Moral Philosopher by Gregory Vlastos.
    • "Shared and Divergent Values." In Options for a New Canada, edited by Ronald L. Watts and Douglas M. Brown. Kingston: Queen's University Press, 1991. 53-76.
    • Reprinted as "Shared and Divergent Values." In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 155-186.
    • "Les Institutions Dans La Vie Nationale." In Les Institutions Québecoises: Leur Rôle, Leur Avenir, edited by Vincent Lemieux. Québec: Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 1990. In French.
    • Reprinted as "Les Institutions Dans La Vie Nationale." Esprit (mars-avr, 1994): 90-102. In French.
    • Translated as "Institutions in National Life." [Les institutions dans la vie nationale] In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 120-139.
    • "Invoking Civil Society." Working Papers and Proceedings of the Center for Psychosocial Studies 31 (1990).
      Abstract:
      In recent years, the notion of civil society has come back into circulation. the intention is to invoke something like the concept which developed at the turn of the nineteenth century, which stands in contrast to 'the state'. but in fact those who introduced it were trying to articulate features of the development of western civilization which go back much farther.
    • Reprinted as "Invoking Civil Society." In Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology, edited by Robert E. Goodin and Philip Pettit. Oxford: Blackwell, 1997. 66-77.
    • Reprinted as "Invoking Civil Society." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 204-224.
    • Translated as "Priklicevanja Civilne Družbe." Letnik 5, no. 6 (maj/junij, 1998): 100-114. In Slovenian.
    • "Irreducibly Social Goods." In Rationality, Individualism and Public Policy, edited by Geoffrey Brennan and C. Walsh. Canberra: Australian National University, 1990. http://deakinphilosophicalsociety.com/texts/taylor/irreducibly_social_goods.pdf.
    • Reprinted as "Irreducibly Social Goods." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 127-145.
    • "Comparison, History, Truth." In Myth and Philosophy, edited by Frank E. Reynolds and David Tracy. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1990. 37-55.
    • Reprinted as "Comparison, History, Truth." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 146-165.
    • Reprinted as "Comparison, History, Truth." Revista De Filosofía 40, no. 121 (2008): 7-27.
    • "Exploring 'l'Humaine Condition'." In Fermentum Massae Mundi: Jackowi Wozniakowskiemu w Siedemdziesiata Rocznice Urodzi, edited by N. Cieslinska and P. Ruszinski. Warsaw: Agora, 1990. 199-207.
    • "A Free, Independent Quebec in a Strong, United Canada." Compass 8 (May, 1990): 46-48
      Notes: Review of The Challenge to English Canada - Le Défi Québécois by Christian Dufour.
    • "Modes of Civil Society." Public Culture 3 (1990): 95-118.
    • "Our Therapeutic Age." Compass 8 (Nov., 1990): 6-10.
    • "Religion in a Free Society." In Articles of Faith, Articles of Peace, edited by James Davison Hunter and Os Guinness. Washington, D. C.: The Brookings Institution, 1990. 93-113.
    • "Rorty in the Epistemological Tradition." In Reading Rorty, edited by Alan Malachowski. Oxford: Blackwell, 1990. 257-275.
      Abstract:
      In this article, I attempt to criticize rorty's epistemological view, on the grounds of an ultimate incoherence which comes to light when this view is applied to itself.
    • 1980's
    • "Cross-Purposes: The Liberal-Communitarian Debate." In Liberalism and the Moral Life, edited by Nancy L. Rosenblum. Cambridge: Harvard Univ Pr, 1989.
    • Reprinted as "Cross-Purposes: The Liberal-Communitarian Debate." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 181-203.
    • Translated as "Aneinander Vorbei: Die Debatte Zwischen Liberalismus Und Kommunitarismus." In Kommunitarismus. Eine Debatte Über Die Moralischen Grundlagen Moderner Gesellschaften, edited by Axel Honneth. Frankfurt and New York: Campus, 1993. 103-130. In German.
    • Translated as "Quiproquos Et Malentendus: Le Débat Communautaires-Libéraux." [Cross-Purposes: The Liberal-Communitarian Debate] In Lieux Et Transformations De La Philosophie. Paris: Les Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, 1991. In French.
    • "Balancing the Humours: Charles Taylor Talks to the Editors." The Idler 26 (Nov. & Dec., 1989): 21-29.
    • "Marxism and Socialist Humanism." In Out of Apathy: Voices of the New Left Thirty Years on, edited by Robin Archer. London: Verso, 1989. 59-78.
    • "Où Est Le Danger?" Liberté 31, no. 3 (Juin, 1989): 13-16. In French.
    • "Philosophy of Mind." In The Concise Encyclopedia of Western Philosophy and Philosophers, edited by J. O. Urmson and Jonathan Rée, 2nd ed. London and Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989. 235-237.
    • "The Rushdie Controversy." Public Culture 2 (1989): 118-122.
    • "Hegel's Ambiguous Legacy for Modern Liberalism." Cardozo Law Review 10 (1989): 857-870.
    • Reprinted as "Hegel's Ambiguous Legacy for Modern Liberalism." In Hegel and Law , edited by Michael Salter. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003.
    • Reprinted as "Hegel's Ambiguous Legacy for Modern Liberalism." In Hegel and Legal Theory, edited by Drucilla Cornell, Michel Rosenfeld and David Gray Carlson. New York: Routledge, 1991. 64-77.
    • "Taylor and Foucault on Power and Freedom: A Reply." Political Studies 37 (1989): 277-281.
    • "Explanation and Practical Reason." In Wider Working Paper WP72. Helsinki: World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University, 1989. http://www.wider.unu.edu/publications/working-papers/previous/en_GB/wp-72/_files/82530826701377082/default/WP72.pdf.
    • Reprinted as "Explanation and Practical Reason." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 34-60.
    • Reprinted as "Explanation and Practical Reason." In The Scientific Enterprise, edited by Edna Ullman-Margalit. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1992. 179-201.
    • Reprinted as "Explanation and Practical Reason." [Expanded Version] In The Quality of Life, edited by Amartya Sen and Martha C. Nussbaum. New York: Oxford Univ Pr, 1993. 208-231.
      Abstract:
      This paper argues that skepticism about the possibility of resolving moral issues through rational argument is fed by an inappropriate model of what practical reason would have to be. this model is foundationalist, context-free, and aims at absolute conclusions; whereas practical reason is ad hominem, starts from what is agreed, and reaches comparative conclusions of the superiority of one position over another. it proceeds by supersession of inadequate positions.
    • "La Tradition d'Une Situation." In Penser l'Éducation: Nouveaux Dialogues Avec André Laurendeau, edited by Nadine Pirotte. Montréal: Boréal, 1989. 87-88. In French.
    • Translated as "The Tradition of a Situation." [La tradition d'une situation] In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 135-139.
    • "Algunas Condiciones Para Una Democracìa Viable." Translated by Rafael Hernandez. In Democracìa y Participaciòn, edited by R. Alvagay and Carlos Ruiz. Santiago: Ediciones Melquiades, 1988. In Spanish.
    • Reprinted in: Democracia Republicana / Republican Democracy, edited by Renato Cristi and J. Ricardo Tranjan. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones, 2012.
    • English edition: "Some Conditions of a Viable Democracy." In Democracia Republicana / Republican Democracy, edited by Renato Cristi and J. Ricardo Tranjan. Santiago, Chile: LOM Ediciones, 2012.
    • "Critical Notice of Martha C Nussbaum: 'the Fragility of Goodness--Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy'." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 18 (Dec., 1988): 805-814.
    • "Foreword." In Social Action and Human Nature by Axel Honneth and Hans Joas, translated by Raymond Meyer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. vii-ix.
    • "The Hermeneutics of Conflict." In Meaning and Context: Quentin Skinner and His Critics, edited by James Tully. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1988. 218-228.
    • "Inwardness and the Culture of Modernity." In Zwischenbetrachtungen: Im Prozeß Der Aufklärung, edited by Axel Honneth. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1988. 601-623.
      Abstract:
      The thesis of this paper is that there are two main types of theory of modernity; one defines modern society essentially "aculturally", in terms of the earlier "traditional" horizons it has lost or sloughed off; the second sees specific modern understandings of the self and society as the key defining factors. I lean to the second type of theory, and try to illustrate it with a discussion of modern inwardness.
    • Reprinted as "Inwardness and the Culture of Modernity." In Philosophical Interventions in the Unfinished Project of Enlightenment, edited by Axel Honneth. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1992.
    • Translated as "L'Interiorità e La Cultura Della Modernità." Fenomenologia e Società 19, no. 1-2 (1996): 4-24. In Italian.
    • "Le Juste Et Le Bien." Revue De Metaphysique Et De Morale 93 (1988): 33-56. In French. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40902939.
      Abstract:
      This is a discussion of theories of justice which attempt to give the right priority over the good, as well as the theories of liberalism which are connected with them. rawls and dworkin are among those discussed. the thesis is that this priority of right over good is mistaken, and prevents us from posing difficult issues in morals and politics in a clear fashion. an attempt is made to distinguish a number of different issues which are often run together in these discussions, and hence to redefine the way the questions are usually put.
    • Translated as "Lo Justo y El Bien." Revista De Ciencia Politica 12, no. 1-2 (1990). In Spanish.
    • "The Moral Topography of the Self." In Hermeneutics and Psychological Theory, edited by Stanley Messer, Louis Sass and Robert Woolfolk. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1988. 298-320.
    • "Reply to De Sousa and Davis." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 18, no. 3 (Sep., 1988): 449-458. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40231593.
      Abstract:
      In this paper, I reply to the criticisms that de sousa and davis make of my work, and in particular, I take up the issue of computer-based models of thinking and feeling. I argue that when one takes account of the difference between intrinsic and merely derived significance, these models seem much less impressive than they usually do to those who propose them.
    • "Review of Logics of Disintegration: Post-Structuralist Thought and the Claims of Critical Theory by Peter Dews." New Left Review 170 (July/Aug, 1988): 110-116.
    • "Symposium: Religion and Politics." Compass 6 (Nov, 1988): 5-23
      Notes: Contribution.
    • "Wittgenstein, Empiricism, and the Question of the "Inner": Commentary on Kenneth Gergen." In Hermeneutics and Psychological Theory, edited by Stanley Messer, Louis Sass and Robert Woolfolk. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1988. 52-58.
    • "Overcoming Epistemology." In After Philosophy: End Or Transformation?, edited by Kenneth Baynes, James Bohman and Thomas McCarthy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1987. 464-488.
    • Reprinted as "Overcoming Epistemology." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 1-19.
    • Translated as "Le Dépassement De l'Épistémologie." [Overcoming Epistemology] In Citique De La Raison Phénoménologique, edited by Jacques Poulain. Paris: Les Éditions du Cerf, 1991. 115-135. In French.
    • "Social Science in Relation to Practice." Social Science 72 (1987): 110-112.
    • "Die Motive Einer Verfahrensethik." [The Motivation Behind a Procedural Ethics] In Moralität Und Sittlichkeit: Das Problem Hegels Und Die Diskursethik, edited by Wolfgang Kuhlmann. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1986. 101-135. In German.
    • Translated as "The Motivation Behind a Procedural Ethics." [Die Motive einer Verfahrensethik] In Kant and Political Philosophy: The Contemporary Legacy, edited by Ronald Beiner and William James Booth. Cambridge: Harvard Univ Pr, 1993. 337-360.
    • "Dialektik Heute, Oder: Strukturen Der Selbsnegation." In Hegels Wissenschaft Der Logik: Formation Und Rekonstruction, edited by Dieter Henrich, 1986. 141-153. In German.
    • Translated as "Dialektika Segodnya Ili Struktura Samootritsaniya." In Philosophia Gegelya: Problemy Dialektiki, edited by T. I. Oiserman and N. V. Motroshilova. Moscow: Nauka, 1987. In Russian.
    • "Human Rights: The Legal Culture." In Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights, edited by Paul Ricoeur. Paris: UNESCO, 1986. 49-57.
    • "Lieblisches Handeln." In Leibhaftige Vernunft: Spuren Von Merleau-Pontys Denken, edited by Alexandre Metraux and Bernhard Waldenfels. Munich: Fink, 1986. 194-217. In German.
    • Translated as "Embodied Agency." In Merleau-Ponty: Critical Essays, edited by Henry Pietersma. Washington, D. C.: University Press of America, 1989. 1-21.
    • "Lost Belonging on the Road to Progress." Listener (Mar. 20, 1986): 16-17.
    • "The Nature and Scope of Distributive Justice." In Justice and Equality here and Now, edited by Frank S. Lukash. Ithaca: Cornell Univ Pr, 1986. 34-67.
      Abstract:
      This paper is an attempt to explore what the form of a theory of justice ought to be. the author agrees with aristotle that a theory of justice ought to be sensitive to the goods pursued in each society, and therefore cannot be general and invariant across societies. A theory of justice has two sides, of which one is concerned with distribution according to desert or merit; although this may enter into conflict with the other side, which derives from the good sought or recognized.
    • "Les Pourquoi d'Une Philosophe." L'Actualité 11 (Juin, 1986): 13-14, 16-17. In French.
    • "Sprache Und Gesellschaft." In Kommunikatives Handeln: Beiträge Zu Jürgen Habermas' Theorie Des Kommunikativen Handelns, edited by Axel Honneth and Hans Joas. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1986. 35-52. In German.
    • Translated as "Language and Society." [Sprache und Gesellschaft] In Communicative Action, edited by Axel Honneth and Hans Joas. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1991. 23-35.
    • "Uncompromising Realist." Times Literary Supplement (Sept. 5, 1986): 962
      Notes: Review of The View from Nowhere by Thomas Nagel.
    • "Zur Uberwindung Der Erkenntnistheorie." In Die Krise Der Phenomenologie Und Die Pragmatik Des Wissenschaftenfortschritis, edited by Michael Benedikt and Rudolph Berger. Vienna: Osterreichischen Staatsdruckerei, 1986. In German.
    • "The Concept of a Person." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 97-114.
    • "Table Ronde [on Temps Et Recit, Vol.1 Par Paul Ricoeur]." Revue De l'Université d'Ottawa 55 (Oct.-Dec., 1985): 311-316. In French.
    • Translated as "Ricoeur on Narrative." ["Table ronde" [on Temps et recit, vol.1 par Paul Ricoeur], Revue de l'Université d'Ottawa, 55 (Oct.-Dec. 1985), 311-6.] In On Paul Ricoeur: Narrative and Interpretation, edited by David Wood. New York: Routledge, 1991. 179.
    • "Connolly, Foucault, and Truth." Political Theory 13, no. 3 (Aug., 1985): 377-385. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/191238.
    • "Humanismus Und Moderne Identität." In Der Mensch in Den Modernen Wissenschaften: Castelgandolfo-Gespräche 1983, edited by Krzysztof Michalski. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta, 1985. 117-170. In German.
    • "The Person." In The Category of the Person: Anthropology, Philosophy, History, edited by Michael Carrithers, Steven Collins and Steven Lukes. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr, 1985. 281.
      Abstract:
      The collection in which this article figures centers around marcel mauss' famous paper on the historical development of the concept of the person. my paper is a philosophical discussion of the basic features of our concept of a person which any such history has to trace.
    • "The Nature and Scope of Distributive Justice." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 289-317.
    • Translated as "Wesen Und Reichweite Distributiver Gerechtigkeit." [The Nature and Scope of Distributive Justice] In Negative Freiheit? Zur Kritik Des Neuzeitlichen Individualismus. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1988. 145-187.
    • "The Right to Live: Philosophical Considerations." In Justice Beyond Orwell, edited by Melvin L. Rothman and Rosalie S. Abella. Montréal: Les Éditions Yvon Blais, 1985. 237-241.
    • "Alternative Futures: Legitimacy, Identity, and Alienation in Late Twentieth Century Canada." In Constitutionalism, Citizenship, and Society in Canada, edited by Cynthia Williams and Alan C. Cairns. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985. 183-229.
    • Reprinted as "Alternative Futures: Legitimacy, Identity, and Alienation in Late Twentieth Century Canada." In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 59-119.
    • Translated as "Die Unvolkommenheit Der Moderne." [Alternative Futures: Legitimacy, Identity, and Alienation in Late Twentieth Century Canada] In Pathologien Des Sozialen: Die Aufgaben Der Sozialphilosophie, edited by Axel Honneth. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1994. 73-106. In German.
    • "Self-Interpreting Animals." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 45-76.
    • Translated as "Selvfortolkende Dyr." AGORA: Journal for Metafysisk Spekulasjon 3 (25.årgang, 2007): 140-175. In Norwegian.
    • "Social Theory as Practice." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 91-115.
    • "Understanding and Ethnocentricity." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 116-133.
    • "Justice After Virtue." In Kritische Methode Und Zukunft Der Anthropologie, edited by Michael Benedikt and Rudolf Berger. Vienna: Wilhelm Braumuller, 1985. 23-48.
    • Revised version: "Justice After Virtue." In After MacIntyre, edited by John Horton. Notre Dame: Univ Notre Dame Pr, 1994. 16-43.
    • "Kant's Theory of Freedom." In Conceptions of Liberty in Political Philosophy, edited by John Gray and Zbigniew Pelczynski. London: Athlone Press, 1984. 100-121.
    • Reprinted as "Kant's Theory of Freedom." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 318-338.
    • Translated as "La Teoria De La Libertad De Kant." Estudios Publicos 93 (Summer, 2004): 5-28. In Spanish.
    • "Foucault on Freedom and Truth." Political Theory 12, no. 2 (May, 1984): 152-183. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/191359.
    • Reprinted as "Foucault on Freedom and Truth." In Foucault: A Critical Reader, edited by David Couzens Hoy. Oxford: Blackwell, 1986. 69-102.
    • Reprinted as "Foucault on Freedom and Truth." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr, 1985. 152-184.
    • Translated as "Foucault Sobre La Libertad y Las Verdad." [Foucault on Freedom and Truth] In Michel Foucault. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Nueva Visiòn, 1990. In Spanish.
    • Translated as "Foucault Über Freiheit Und Wahrheit." [Foucault on Freedom and Truth] In Negative Freiheit? Zur Kritik Des Neuzeitlichen Individualismus. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1988. 188-234. In German.
    • Translated as "Foucault, La Liberté, La Verité." [Foucault on Freedom and Truth] In Michel Foucault: Lectures Critiques. Bruxelles: De Boeck-Wesmael, 1990. 85-120. In French.
    • "Aristotle Or Nietzsche." Partisan Review 51, no. 2 (1984): 301-306
      Notes: Review of After Virtue by Alasdair MacIntyre.
    • "Design for Living." New York Review of Books (Nov. 22, 1984): 51-55
      Notes: Review of The Thread of Life by Richard Wollheim.
    • "Hegel, History and Politics." In Liberalism and its Critics, edited by Michael Sandel. New York: New York University Press, 1984.
    • "Philosophy and its History." In Philosophy in History, edited by Richard Rorty, J. B. Schneewind and Quentin Skinner. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984. 17-30.
    • [With Michel Foucault]. "Politics and Ethics: An Interview." In the Foucault Reader, edited by Paul Rabinow. New York: Pantheon, 1984. 373-380.
    • "Review of Kant's Political Philosophy by Howard L. Williams." Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 9 (1984): 44-47.
    • "Hegel and the Philosophy of Action." In Hegel's Philosophy of Action, edited by Lawrence Stepelevich and David Lamb. Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1983. 1-18.
    • Reprinted as "Hegel and the Philosophy of Action." In Selected Essays on G. W. F. Hegel, edited by Lawrence Stepelevich. New York: Humanities Press, 1993. 168-186.
    • "Hegel's Philosophy of Mind." In Contemporary Philosophy: A New Survey, edited by Guttorm Fløristad, vol. 4. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1983. 135-155.
    • Reprinted as "Hegel's Philosophy of Mind." In Hegel on Action, edited by Arto Laitinen and Constantine SandisPalgrave Macmillan, 2010.
    • Reprinted as "Hegel's Philosophy of Mind." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 77-96.
    • "The Significance of Significance: The Case of Cognitive Psychology." In The Need for Interpretation: Contemporary Conceptions of the Philosopher's Task, edited by Sollace Mitchell and Michael Rosen. London: Athlone Press, 1983. 141-169.
    • Reprinted as "Cognitive Psychology." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 187-212.
    • "Dwellers in Egocentric Space." Times Literary Supplement (March 11, 1983): 230
      Notes: Review of The Varieties of Reference by Gareth Evans.
    • "Political Theory and Practice." In Social Theory and Political Practice, edited by Christopher Lloyd, 1983. 61-85.
    • "Reponse a Jean-Marie Beyssade's 'La Classification Cartesienne Des Passions'." Revue Internationale De Philosophie 37, no. 146 (1983): 288-292. In French.
    • "Review of Emmanuel Mounier and the Catholic Left, 1930-50 by John Hellman." Journal of the History of Philosophy 21, no. 3 (July, 1983): 414-416.
    • "Review of Die EntstehungDer Dialektik: Eine Analyse Der Geistigen Entwicklung Von HolDerLin, Schelling Und Hegel Bis 1802 by Panajotis Kondylis." The Journal of Modern History 55, no. 1 (Mar., 1983): 100-102. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1878984.
    • "Use and Abuse of Theory." In Ideology, Philosophy and Politics, edited by Anthony Parel. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1983. 37-59.
    • "Rationality." In Rationality and Relativism, edited by Martin Hollis and Steven Lukes. Oxford: Blackwell, 1982. 87-105.
    • Reprinted as "Rationality." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 134-151.
    • Translated as "Razionalità." [Rationality and Relativism] In Ragione e Forme Di Vita: Razionalità e Relativismo in Antropologia. Milan: Franco Angeli, 1990. In Italian.
    • "The Diversity of Goods." In Utilitarianism and Beyond, edited by Amartya Sen and Bernard Williams. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. 129-144.
    • Translated as "A Diversidade Dos Bens." Revista De Communicaçao e Linguagens (1992). In Portuguese.
    • Reprinted as "The Diversity of Goods." In Anti-Theory in Ethics and Moral Conservatism, edited by Stanley G. Clarke and Evan Simpson. Albany N. Y.: State University of New York Press, 1989. 223-240.
    • Reprinted as "The Diversity of Goods." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 230-247.
    • "Consciousness." In Explaining Human Behaviour: Consciousness, Human Action and Social Structure, edited by Paul F. Secord. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1982. 35-51.
    • "Review of Selbstbewusstein Und Selbstbestimmung: Sprachanalytische Interpretationen by Ernst Tugendhat." The Journal of Philosophy 79, no. 4 (Apr., 1982): 218-222. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2026223.
    • "Growth, Legitimacy and Modern Identity." Praxis International 1, no. 2 (1981): 111.
    • Reprinted as "Legitimation Crisis?" [Growth, Legitimacy and the Modern Identity] In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 248-288.
    • Translated as "Legitimationskrise?" [Growth, Legitimacy and the Modern Identity] In Negative Freiheit? Zur Kritik Des Neuzeitlichen Individualismus. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1988. 235-294. In German.
    • "Understanding and Explanation in the Geisteswissenschaften." In Wittgenstein: To Follow a Rule, edited by Steven H. Holtzmann and Christopher Leich. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981. 191-210.
    • "Le Centre Du Débat s'Est Déplacé." Relations 40 (Mai, 1980): 149-150. In French.
    • [With Richard Rorty and Hubert L. Dreyfus]. "A Discussion." The Review of Metaphysics 34, no. 1 (September, 1980): 47-56. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20127458.
    • "Formal Theory in Social Science." Inquiry 23 (June, 1980): 139-144.
      Abstract:
      Contemporary social science tends to suffer from too many misplaced attempts at mathematical or game-theoretical formulation, and much effort is wasted in either propounding such formulations, or in showing their inanity. jon elster does not entirely escape this himself, but "logic and society" is truly remarkable in pointing the way to some possibly very relevant formalizations. these are particularly to be found in the chapter on "contradictions of society". there elster attempts to delineate the properties of certain self-frustrating predicaments of action, and to relate them as well to hegelian-marxist conceptions of contradiction. it may be, however, that the relevance of this analysis is restricted to societies whose form of life has become atomistic, and whose members thus function in an individual-calculative way in many spheres of life. but even so, formalizations of the kind elster provides would be useful in defining one kind of historically evolved society among others.
    • [With Alan Montefiore]. "From an Analytic Perspective." In Metacritique: The Philosophical Argument of Jürgen Habermas, edited by Garbis Kortian. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980. 1-21.
    • "Un Génocide Qu'on Ne Peut Oublie." Le Devoir (25 Avr., 1980). In French.
    • "Leader Du NDP-Québec." In Robert Cliche, edited by Alfred Rouleau. Montréal: Quinze, 1980. 67-87. In French.
    • "Minerva through the Looking-Glass." Times Literary Supplement (Dec. 26, 1980): 1466
      Notes: Review of Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature by Richard Rorty.
    • "Nationalisme Et Droits." In Nation, Souveraineté Et Droits: Actes Du IVe Colloque Interdisciplinaire De La Société De Philosophie Du Québec: La Question Nationale. Montréal;Paris: Bellamin;Desclée, 1980. 173-184. In French.
    • "The Philosophy of the Social Sciences." In Political Theory and Political Education, edited by Melvin Richter. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980. 76-93.
    • "Review of Linguistic Behaviour by Jonathan Bennett." Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review 19 (1980): 290-301.
    • "Review of Public and Private Morality, Stuart Hampshire, Ed." Mind 30 (1980): 623-628.
    • "Review of Karl Marx's Theory of History: A Defence by G. A. Cohen." Canadian Journal of Philosophy 10, no. 2 (Jun., 1980): 327-334. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40231150.
    • "Les Sciences De l'Homme." Critique 36 (août-sept., 1980): 839-849. In French.
    • "Understanding in Human Science." The Review of Metaphysics 34, no. 1 (Sep., 1980): 25-38. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20127456.
    • "Theories of Meaning." Man and World: An International Philosophical Review 13, no. 3-4 (September, 1980): 281-302. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF01252549.
      Abstract:
      In this article, I try to distinguish two broad families of theories of meaning, which i call respectively 'designative' and 'expressive', and to trace their historical development in very broad outline from ancient thought through seventeenth century theories and romantic theories to the present day.
      Notes: This is a shorter version of "Language and Human Nature", Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985).
    • "Theories of Meaning" [Dawes Hicks lecture on philosophy, presented to the British Academy, London, 1980] Proceedings of the British Academy, 66 (1980), pp. 283-327 (Oxford University Press).
    • Reprinted in Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 248-292.
    • "A Voice for all in a Wider Labour Debate." Guardian (Nov. 17, 1980): 9
      Notes: Letter to the Editor.
    • 1970's
    • "There is a Hidden Psychic Cost Involved in having Constantly to Play One's Part in a Systematic Lie." New Statesman (July 6, 1979): 13-14."Action as Expression." In Intention and Intentionality. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1979.
    • Reprinted as "Pall Over Prague: The Psychic Cost of Unremitting Repression." Atlas 26 (Oct., 1979): 64.
    • "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In The Idea of Freedom: Essays in Honour of Isaiah Berlin, edited by Alan Ryan. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979. 175-193. http://www.und.edu/instruct/weinstei/Taylor%20-%20What%27s%20wrong%20with%20negative%20liberty.pdf.
    • Reprinted as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In Freedom: An Introduction with Readings, edited by Nigel Warburton. New York: Routledge, 2001. 203-217.
    • Reprinted as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology, edited by Philip Pettit and Robert E. Goodin. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997. 418-428.
    • Translated as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." Filosofický Casopis 43, no. 5 (1995): 795-827. In Czech.
    • Reprinted as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In Liberty, edited by David Miller. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991. 141-162.
    • Reprinted as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 211-229.
    • Reprinted as "What's Wrong with Negative Liberty." In Readings in Social and Political Theory, edited by Robert M. Stewart. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985.
    • Translated as "Der Irrtum Der Negativen Freiheit." (1988): 118-144. In German.
    • Translated as "Hva Er Galt Med Negativ Frihet?" (2009): 419-443. In Norwegian.
    • "Why do Nations have to Become States?" In Philosophers Look at Canadian Confederation, edited by Stanley G. French. Montreal: Canadian Philosophical Association, 1979. 19-35.
    • Reprinted as "Why do Nations have to Become States?" In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 40-58.
    • "Atomism." In Powers, Possessions and Freedom: Essays in Honour of C. B. Macpherson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979. 61.
      Abstract:
      My purpose is to examine the doctrines of social atomism, which assume that we can propound a normative theory purely in terms of individual rights. I try to show that the affirmation of rights commits us to sustaining more than merely individual rights.
    • Reprinted as "Atomism." In Communitarianism and Individualism, edited by Schlomo Avineri and Avner de-Shalit. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992. 29-50.
    • Reprinted as "Atomism." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 187-210.
    • Translated as "Atomismus." [Atomism] In Bürgergesellschaft, Recht Und Demokratie, edited by Bert van den Brink and Willem van Reijen. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1994. 73-106. In German.
    • Translated as "Atomisme." AGORA: Journal for Metafysisk Spekulasjon 3 (25.årgang, 2007): 212-238. In Noregian.
    • "Ethics and Politics: A Rejoinder to Professor Rapoport." In Revolution, Systems, and Theories: Essays in Political Philosophy, edited by H. J. Johnson, J. J. Leach and R. G. Muehlmann. Dorhrect, Holland: D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1979. 99-111.
    • "Sense Data Revisited." In Perception and Identity: Essays Presented to A. J. Ayer, with His Replies, edited by G. F. Macdonald. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1979. 99-112.
      Abstract:
      The argument of this paper is to the effect that the classical empiricist notion of an impression, more recently referred to as a "sense-datum," ii incoherent. the aim was to identify a bit of basic evidence which would be both independent of our epistemic activity and yet free of claims about extra-mental reality. I argue that nothing can meet both these requirements, and thus that theories of which this is the key concept are incoherent.
    • "Language and Human Nature" [Alan B. Plaunt Memorial Lecture (Carleton University, 1978)]. In Visions of Canada: The Alan B. Plaunt Memorial Lectures, 1958-1992, edited by Bernard Ostry and Janice Yalden. McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004.
    • Reprinted as "Language and Human Nature." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 215-247.
    • Reprinted as "Language and Human Nature." In Interpreting Politics, edited by Michael T. Gibbons. New York: New York University Press, 1987. 101-132.
    • A shortened version was published under the title "Theories of meaning" in Man and World, 13 : 3-4 (1980), pp. 281-302
    • Translated as "Språket Og Menneskets Natur." AGORA: Journal for Metafysisk Spekulasjon 3 (25.årgang, 2007): 176-211.
    • "The Validity of Transcendental Arguments." Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 79 (1978): 151-165. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4544939;.
    • Reprinted as "The Validity of Transcendental Arguments." In Philosophical Arguments. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1995. 20-33.
    • Reprinted as "Transcendental Arguments." In The Sheed & Ward Anthology of Catholic Philosophy, edited by Harry J. Gensler and James C. Swindal. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.
    • "Is a Philosophy of History Possible?" In Philosophy of History and Action, edited by Yirmiahu Yovel. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1978. 238-240.
      Notes: Contribution to panel discussion.
    • Translated as "Hur Lar Vi Av Historien?" Kris 20, no. 21 (1981). In Swedish.
    • "Marxist Philosophy," in Men of Ideas, Bryan Magee, ed. (New York: Viking Press, 1978) pp. 42-58.
    • Reprinted as "Marxist Philosophy." In Talking Philosophy: Dialogues with Fifteen Leading Philosophers, edited by Bryan Magee. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
    • Translated as "Marxist Philosophy." [Marxist Philosophy] In Milli Egitin Basimaki. Istanbul: , 1979. In Turkish.
    • "Comments on Ricoeur's "History and Hermeneutics"." In Philosophy of History and Action, edited by Yirmiahu Yovel. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1978. 21-25.
    • "Feuerbach and Roots of Materialism [Review of Feuerbach by Marx Wartofsky]." Political Studies 26 (1978): 417-421.
    • "Hegel's Sittlichkeit and the Crisis of Representative Institutions." In Philosophy of History and Action, edited by Yirmiahu Yovel. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1978. 133-154.
    • "Marxism: The Science of the Millennium." Listener (Feb. 2, 1978): 138-140.
    • "What is Human Agency?" In The Self: Psychological and Philosophical Issues, edited by Theodore Mischel. Oxford: Blackwell, 1977. 103-135.
    • Reprinted as "What is Human Agency?" In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 15-44.
    • Translated as "Was Ist Menschliches Handeln?" In Negative Freiheit? Zur Kritik Des Neuzeitlichen Individualismus. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1988. 9-51.
    • "On Social Justice." Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory 1 (1977): 89-96
      Notes: Review of Understanding Rawls by Robert Paul Wolff.
    • "The Politics of the Steady State." In Beyond Industrial Growth, edited by Abraham Rotstein. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1976. 47-70.
    • "Responsibility for Self." In The Identities of Persons, edited by Amélie Oksenberg Rorty. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976. 281-299.
    • Reprinted as "Responsibility for Self." In Free Will, edited by Gary Watson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1982. 111-126.
    • "Reply to Soll and Schmitz." The Journal of Philosophy 73, no. 19 (Nov. 4, 1976): 723-725. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2025631
      Notes: Seventy-Third Annual Meeting Eastern Division, American Philosophical Association.
    • "Force Et Sens: Les Deux Dimensions Irréductibles d'Une Science De l'Homme." In Sens Et Existence: En Homage à Paul Ricoeur, edited by Gary B. Madison. Paris: Éditions du Seuil, 1975. 124-137. In French.
    • "Neutrality in the University." In Neutrality and Impartiality: The University and Political Commitment, edited by Alan Montefiore. London: Cambridge University Press, 1975. 128-148.
    • "Worum Geht Es Bei Einer Genetischen Psychologie?" [What is Involved in a Genetic Psychology?] In Erklärung Und Interpretation in Den Wissenschaften Vom Menschen. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1975. 220-258. In German.
    • "The Canadian Dilemma." Canadian Forum (May/June, 1974): 28-31.
    • "Socialism and Weltanschauung." In The Socialist Idea: A Reappraisal, edited by Leszek Kolakowski and Stuart Hampshire. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1974. 45-58.
    • "Peaceful Coexistence in Psychology." Social Research 51, no. 1/2 (Spring/Summer, 1984): 551-578. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40970950.
    • Reprinted as "Peaceful Coexistence in Psychology." In The Restoration of Dialogue: Readings in the Philosophy of Clinical Psychology, edited by Ronald B. Miller. Washington D. C.: American Psychological Association, 1992. 70-84.
    • Reprinted as "Peaceful Coexistence in Psychology." In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 117-138.
    • Translated as "Friedliche Koexistenz in Der Psychologie." [Peaceful Coexistence in Psychology] In Erklärung Und Interpretation in Den Wissenschaften Vom Menschen, 1975. 259-290. In German.
    • "Is Marxism Alive and Well?" Listener 87 (May 4, 1972): 583-585.
    • "The Opening Arguments of the Phenomenology." In Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Alasdair MacIntyre. New York: Doubleday, 1972. 151-187.
    • "A Response to Macintyre's 'Predictability and Explanation in the Social Sciences'." Philosophic Exchange 1, no. 55 (June, 1972): 15-20.
    • "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." The Review of Metaphysics 25, no. 1 (September, 1971): 3-51. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20125928.
    • Translated as "Erklärung und Interpretation in den Wissenschaften vom Menschen: Aufsätze Charles Taylor. Vorw. von Garbis Kortian. [Aus dem Amerik. von Nils Lindqist]. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1975.
    • Translated as "Interpretation Und Die Wissenschaften Vom Menschen." [Interpretation and the Sciences of Man] In Seminar: Die Hermeneutik Und Die Wissenschaften, edited by Hans-Georg Gadamer and Gottfried Boehm. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1978. 169-226. In German.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Readings in the Philosophy of Social Science, edited by Lee C. McIntyre and Michael Martin. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994. 181-211.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 15-57.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Interpretive Social Science: A Reader, edited by Paul Rabinow and William M. Sullivan. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1979. 25-71.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In The Philosophy of Society, edited by Rodger Beehler and Alan R. Drengson. London: Methuen, 1978. 156-200.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Understanding and Social Enquiry, edited by Fred Dallmayr and Thomas McCarthy. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 1977. 101-131.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Critical Sociology, edited by Paul Connerton. London: Penguin Books, 1976. 153-193.
    • Reprinted as "Interpretation and the Sciences of Man." In Explorations in Phenomenology, edited by David Carr and Edward S. Casey. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1973. 47-101.
    • Translated as "Fortolkning i Humanvitenskapene." [Interpretation and the Sciences of Man] In Hermeneutisk Lesebok, translated by Erik Bjerck Hagen, edited by Sissel Lægreid and Torgeir Skorgen. Oslo: Spartacus, 2001. 239-288. In Norwegian.
    • "How is Mechanism Conceivable?" In Interpretations of Life and Mind: Essays Around the Problem of Reduction, edited by Majorie Grene. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1971. 38-64.
    • Reprinted as "How is Mechanism Conceivable?" In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 164-186.
    • Earlier version: "Conditions for a Mechanistic Theory for Behaviour." In Brain and Human Behavior, edited by Alexander G. Karczmar and John C. Eccles. Berlin and New York: Springer-Verlag, 1972. 449-470.
    • Translated as "Comment Concevoir Le Mécanisme?" [How Is Mechanism Conceivable?] In Théorie De l'Action, edited by Marc Neuberg. Bruxelles: Mardaga, 1991. In French.
    • "Les Cercles Vicieux De l'Aliénation Post-Moderne." In Le Québec Qui Se Fait, edited by Claude Ryan. Montréal: Hurtubise, 1971. 161-165. In French.
    • "What is Involved in a Genetic Psychology?" In Cognitive Development and Epistemology, edited by Theodore Mischel. New York and London: Academic Press, 1971. 393-416.
    • Reprinted as "What is Involved in a Genetic Psychology?" In Human Agency and Language: Philosophical Papers 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 139-163.
    • "The Agony of Economic Man." In Essays on the Left: Essays in Honour of T. C. Douglas, edited by Laurier LaPierre. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1971. 221-235.
    • Reprinted as "The Agony of Economic Man." Canadian Forum (Apr.-May, 1971): 43-49.
    • Reprinted as "The Agony of Economic Man." In Canadian Political Thought, edited by H. D. Forbes. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1985. 406-416.
    • "Review of Psychological Explanation: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Psychology by Jerry A. Fodor." The Philosophical Review 80, no. 1 (Jan., 1971): 108-113. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2184318.
    • "Behind the Kidnappings: Alienation Too Profound for the System." Canadian Dimension 7, no. 5 (Dec., 1970): 26-29.
    • "Explaining Action." Inquiry 13 (June, 1970): 54-89.
      Abstract:
      a discussion of 'non-contingent connection' between desires, feelings, etc and the actions which flow from them, as this has been presented in some recent philosophical psychology. the non-contingency of the connection is defended, but it is argued that this does nothing to show that desires, feelings, etc are not causes of action, but shows rather that the account of action embedded in ordinary language is teleological and intentional.
    • "The Explanation of Purposive Behaviour." In Explanation in the Behavioural Sciences, edited by Robert Borger and Frank Cioffi. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970. 49-79, 89-95.
    • "Marcuse's Authoritarian Utopia." Canadian Dimension 7, no. 3 (Aug./Sept., 1970): 49-53.
    • 1960's
    • "The 'America' Issue." Canadian Dimension 6, no. 6 (Dec./Jan, 1969-1970): 6-7.
    • "Either we Plan our Own Economy - Or we Become a Branch-Plant Satellite." Maclean's Magazine 82 (1969): 77.
    • "Review of Agenda 1970: Proposals for a Creative Politics by Trevor Lloyd, Jack McLeod." Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue Canadienne De Science Politique 2, no. 3 (Sep., 1969): 385-386. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3231795.
    • "Sauf Vot' Respect, Vive Le Canada Libre!" Le Magazine Maclean 9 (Dec., 1969): 52. In French.
    • "A Socialist Perspective on the 70's." Canadian Dimension 5/8 (Feb., 1969): 36-43.
    • "Two Issues about Materialism [Review of A Materialist Theory of the Mind by D. H. Armstrong]." The Philosophical Quarterly 19, no. 74 (Jan., 1969): 73-79. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2218192.
      Abstract:
      This is a review article of L.H. armstrong's "a materialist theory of the mind". I try to distinguish two issues about materialism, one concerning 'identity' as a negation of dualism, and the other concerning 'reduction' or the explanatory language adequate to behavior. I argue that the second issue is fruitful to explore while the first is not; for among other reasons it leads to the misjudged attempts to establish identity-theory which armstrong shares with smart and others.
    • "From Marxism to the Dialogue Society." In From Culture to Revolution: The Slant Symposium 1967, edited by Terry Eagleton and Brian Wicker. London: Sheed and Ward, 1968. 148-181.
    • "René Lévesque's New Party: A View from Montreal." Canadian Dimension 5/4 (Apr.-May, 1968): 12-13.
    • "A Reply to Margolis." Inquiry 2 (Mar., 1968): 124-128.
      Abstract:
      a reply to joseph margolis' critique of the thesis of the "explanation of behaviour" concerning teleological explanation and the question whether such explanations are reducible to non-teleological ones.
    • "Review of Explanation and Human Action by A. R. Louch." The Journal of Philosophy 65, no. 3 (Feb. 8, 1968): 81-84. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2023815.
    • "Review of History and Truth by Paul Ricoeur; Charles R. Kelbley." The Journal of Philosophy 65, no. 13 (Jun. 27, 1968): 401-403. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2023964.
    • "Nationalism and Independence." Canadian Dimension 4/3 (Mar.-Apr., 1967): 4-12.
    • "Neutrality in Political Science." In Philosophy, Politics and Society, edited by Peter Laslett and W. G. Runciman, Third Series ed. Oxford: Blackwell, 1967. 25-57.
    • Translated as "Neutralität in Der Politischen Wissenschaften." [Neutrality in Political Science] In Erklärung Und Interpretation in Den Wissenschaften Vom Menschen, 1975. 14-64. In German.
    • Reprinted as "Neutrality in Political Science." In Readings in the Philosophy of Social Science, edited by Michael Martin and Lee C. McIntyre. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1994. 547-570.
    • Reprinted as "Neutrality in Political Science." In Philosophy and the Human Sciences: Philosophical Papers 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. 58-90.
    • Reprinted as "Neutrality in Political Science." In Social Structure and Political Theory, edited by William E. Connolly and Glen Gordon. Toronto: Heath, 1974. 16-39.
    • Reprinted as "Neutrality in Political Science." In The Philosophy of Social Explanation, edited by Alan Ryan. Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 1973. 139-170.
    • "Psychological Behaviorism." In , edited by Paul Edwards, vol. 6. New York: Macmillan, 1967. 516-520.
    • "Relations between Cause and Action." Proceedings of the Seventh Inter-American Congress of Philosophy 1 (1967): 243-255.
    • "Review of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, the PrimacyofPerception and Other Essays on Phenomenological Psychology, the Philosophy of Art, History and Politics (Ed. by James M. Edie) and Signs (Trans. by Richard C. McCleary)." The Philosophical Review 76, no. 1 (Jan., 1967): 113-117. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2182971.
    • "Mind-Body Identity, A Side Issue?" The Philosophical Review 76, no. 2 (Apr., 1967): 201-213. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2183642.
      Abstract:
      a discussion of the mind-body identity thesis of writers like smart, place and feigl. it is argued that this is a side-issue; the major dispute between materialists and their opponents concerns rather the kind of explanations of human thought, action and feeling which are fundamental, e.g., the reduction of psychological explanations to neurophysiological ones.
    • Reprinted as "Mind-Body Identity, A Side Issue?" In The Mind/Brain Identity Theory, edited by CV Borst. London: Macmillan, 1970. 231-241.
    • "Teleological Explanation: A Reply to Denis Noble." Analysis 27, no. 4 (Apr., 1967): 141-143. In English. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3327007.
    • "Marxism and Empiricism." In British Analytic Philosophy, edited by Bernard Williams and Alan Montefiore. London: Routledge & K Paul, 1966. 227-246.
    • Translated as "Marxismo e Empirismo." [Marxism and Empiricism] In Filosofia Analitica Inglese, edited by Bernard Williams and Alan Montefiore. Rome: Lerici, 1967. In Italian.
    • "Alternatives to Continentalism." Canadian Dimension 3/5 (July-Aug., 1966): 12-15.
    • "The End of Ideology Or a New (Class) Politics? A Dialogue between Gad Horowitz and Charles Taylor." Canadian Dimension 4/1 (Nov-Dec., 1966): 12-15.
    • "Bâtir Un Nouveau Canada." Cité Libre 16 (Août, 1965): 10-14. In French.
    • "Nationalism and the Political Intelligentsia: A Case Study." Queen's Quarterly 72 (1965): 150-168
    • Reprinted as "Nationalism and the Political Intelligentsia." In Reconciling the Solitudes: Essays in Canadian Federalism and Nationalism, edited by Guy Laforest. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1993. 3-22.
    • Reprinted as "Nationalism and the Political Intelligentsia: A Case Study." Queen's Quarterly 100 (1993): 166-184.
    • "Genesis." New Statesman 70, no. 70 (1965): 326.
    • "La Planification Fédérale-Provinciale." Cité Libre 16 (Avr., 1965): 9-16. In French.
    • "Review of the Third World by Peter Worsley." International Journal 20, no. 3 (Summer, 1965): 391-392. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40200143.
    • "What's Wrong with Canadian Politics?" Canadian Dimension 2, no. 4 (May/June, 1965): 10-11, 20-21.
    • "Left Splits in Quebec." Canadian Dimension 1, no. 7 (1964): 7-8.
    • "Review of in Defence of Politics by Bernard Crick." The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science / Revue Canadienne d'Economique Et De Science Politique 30, no. 3 (Aug., 1964): 469-471. http://www.jstor.org/stable/139727.
    • "Review of La Philosophie Analytique, Cahiers De Royaumont, Philosophie IV. (Paris: Les Éditions De Minuit, 1962)." Philosophical Review 73, no. 1 (Jan., 1964): 132-135. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2183217.
    • "Review of the Nature of Politics by J. D. B. Miller." The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science / Revue Canadienne d'Economique Et De Science Politique 30, no. 3 (Aug., 1964): 469-471. http://www.jstor.org/stable/139727.
    • "La Révolution Futile: Ou, Les Avatars De La Pensée Globale." Cité Libre 15 (Août/Sept., 1964): 10-22. In French.
    • "Le Canada, Ouvrier De La Paix." Cité Libre 14 (Avr., 1963): 13-17. In French.
    • "L'État Et La Laïcité." Cité Libre 14 (Fev., 1963): 3-6. In French.
    • "Regina Revisited: Reply to Walter Young." Canadian Forum 43 (1963): 150-151.
    • "Review of Negotiation from Strength. A Study in the Politics of Power by Coral Bell." International Journal 18, no. 4 (Autumn, 1963): 540-541. http://www.jstor.org/stable/40198939.
    • "La Bombe Et Le Neutralisme." Cité Libre 13 (Mai, 1962): 11-16. In French.
    • "L'État Et Les Partis Politiques." In Le Rôle De l'État, edited by André Raynauld, 1962. 111-121. In French.
    • "L'Homme De Gauche Et Les Élections Provinciales." Cité Libre 13 (November, 1962): 546-551. In French.
    • "Review of the Phenomenological Movement: A Historical Introduction by Herbert Spiegelberg." Mind 71, no. 284 (Oct., 1962): 546-551. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2251899.
    • "Changes of Quality." New Left Review 4 (July/August, 1960): 3-5.
    • "Clericalism." Downside Review 78, no. 252 (1960): 167-180.
    • "The Quest for the Millennium." New Statesman 60, no. 60 (1960): 1013.
    • "What's Wrong with Capitalism?" New Left Review 2 (March/April, 1960): 5-11.
    • 1950s
    • "Ontology." Philosophy 34, no. 129 (1959): 125-141. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3748730.
    • "Phenomenology and Linguistic Analysis." Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 33, no. Supplementary (1959): 93-110. http://www.jstor.org/stable/410662.
    • [With Michael Kullman]. "The Pre-Objective World." The Review of Metaphysics 12, no. 1 (Sep., 1958): 108-132. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20123686
      Notes: Reprinted in Essays in Phenomenology, Maurice Natanson, ed. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1966) pp. 116-36.
    • Reprinted as "The Pre-Objective World." In Essays in Phenomenology, edited by Maurice Natanson. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1966. 116-136.
    • "Alienation and Community." Universities and Left Review 5 (Autumn, 1958): 11-18. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/authorsandtitles/ulr_meta/05_11.htm.
    • "The Ambiguities of Marxist Doctrine." Student World 51, no. 2 (1958): 157-166.
    • "The Poverty of the Poverty of Historicism." Universities and Left Review 4 (Summer, 1958): 77-78. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/authorsandtitles/ulr_meta/04_Poverty.htm.
    • "Can Political Philosophy be Neutral?" Universities and Left Review 1 (Spring, 1957): 68-70. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/ulr/1_philo.pdf.
    • "Marxism and Humanism." New Reasoner 2 (Autumn, 1957): 92-98. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/authorsandtitles/nr_meta/02_92.htm.
    • "The Politics of Emigration." Universities and Left Review 2 (Summer, 1957): 75-76. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/authorsandtitles/ulr_meta/2_notebook.htm.
    • "Review of Les Democraties Populaires and La Tragédie Hongroise by François Fejtö." Universities and Left Review 2 (Summer, 1957): 70-71.
    • "Socialism and the Intellectuals." Universities and Left Review 2 (Summer, 1957): 18-19. http://www.amielandmelburn.org.uk/collections/authorsandtitles/ulr_meta/2_soc_int3.htm.

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