<----Language as a Metaphor: Translation as a Model for Understanding Johathan Lear's
Analysis of Freud's Concepts
An examination of Jonathan Lear's critique of the models used by Freud for explaining the dynamics of successful analysis. The article suggests that Lear's work (Love and Its Place in Nature: A Philosophical Interpretation of Freudian Psychoanalysis New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, 1990) is best understood by viewing his "philosophical analysis" of Freudian Psychoanalysis as incorporating a "translation" metaphor, whereby somatic expressions become a "language of pantomime."
<----Myths, Metaphors and Mental Worlds: An Incorporative Model for Describing Ego
An examination of the role of metaphor in dynamic psychology, with special attention being given to the way in which many linguistic expressions lead to confusion concerning distinctions between terms such as Ego and Id, thought and emotion.
<----Texas' Stone of Stumbling: On the Occasion of the Execution
of Karla Faye Tucker in Texas (February, 1998)
<----The Dynamics of Culture In Relation to Management Philosophy and Methodology
A discussion of the impact of social structures on a culture's institutions, with a particular focus on how such sociological factors influence management philosophies and methodologies.
<----Altizer's Christian Atheism: Philosphy or Theology?
Presentation to the Arkansas Philosophical Associatin, 1970. Examination of the "Death of God" movement and its relationship to Hegel, Nietzsche, Feuerbach, and Tillich.