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  1. Does Green look to me the way it looks to others? 1965.
  2. Causal Statements.
  3. Marx, Freud and the Idea of an Interpretive Science, 1975.
  4. Sexual Perception, 1975.
  5. Who “Owns” my Emotions – The Dialectic of Feeling, 1975.
  6. Moral Weakness and Psychic Truth, 1976.
  7. The Unconscious: A historic and Epistemological Study, 1976.
    Appendix: Stages in the Development of the Concept.
  8. Marxism and Ethics, 1979.
  9. Realism, Anti-realism and Reductionism, 1980–81.
  10. Philosophy and Poetry: Plato’s Legacy, 1983–84.
  11. Some Problems With Communitarianism, 1991.
  12. Loving Men: Aspects of Plato’s Theory of Eros in the Phaedrus, 1992.
  13. Foucault, Freedom and Truth Emergence, 1994.
  14. Freud and Psychoanalysis: The Middle Ground, 1993.
  15. Three Demystifiers of Philosophy.
  16. Plato, Freud and Human Motivation.
  17. Socrates and the Invincibility of Knowledge in Action.
  18. The New Morality.
  19. Personal Relationships.
  20. The Death of Speech.
  21. Is War Bad? Or How Does one Argue about War?
  22. Protest.
  23. Summary of structure of Augustine’s argument in the Confessions.
  24. “1984” and “One”.
  25. Existentialism.
  26. Two Conceptions of Ethics, 1963.
  27. “Illusions of Morality” and Moral Illusions.
  28. Aristotle’s De Interpretatione, Chapter 9.
  29. Category Differences and Category Similarities.
  30. Aristotle on Imagination and Intellect.
  31. Imperatives.
  32. The Dream Argument in Theatetus 200d–206b.
  33. Plato and Knowledge.
  34. Truth and Truth Recognition.





On the nature of reason.