•  8
    The Kantian Sublime: From Morality to Art
    Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 49 (4): 379-381. 1991.
  •  4
    Appearances and Things in Themselves
    Southwest Philosophy Review 2 67-78. 1985.
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    Kant’s Identity Crisis
    Southwest Philosophy Review 17 (1): 27-34. 2000.
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    Rights at Risk
    Southwest Philosophy Review 1 119-130. 1984.
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    Kant’s Conception of the Highest Good
    In Violetta L. Waibel, Margit Ruffing & David Wagner (eds.), Natur Und Freiheit. Akten des Xii. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses, De Gruyter. pp. 2105-2112. 2018.
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    Kant on the Ideality of Space
    Canadian Journal of Philosophy 18 (2): 271-286. 1988.
    In the Critique of Pure Reason Kant argues for a position he calls transcendental idealism. And although it comes as no surprise to claim that Kant was an idealist, it is far from clear how this idealism should be understood. Traditionally, Kant’s idealism has been understood as a version of phenomenalism. ‘Objects of experience’ are constructions of mental data caused by mind independent reality. This reading has been labeled the ‘ontological’ interpretation since on this view ‘objects of exper…Read more
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    Memorial Notice
    Southwest Philosophy Review 39 (1): 1-3. 2023.
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    The Problem of Free Harmony in Kant's Aesthetics
    State University of New York Press. 2008.
    _A study of the first half of Kant’s Critique of Judgment._
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    Kant’s Notion of Free Hannony
    Southwest Philosophy Review 3 93-103. 1986.
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    Knowledge, Technology & Policy 18 (2): 4-5. 2005.
  • Kant's Aesthetic Theory: The Roles of Form and Expression
    Dissertation, University of California, San Diego. 1981.
    Kant's "Critique of Aesthetic Judgement," which is the first part of his larger Critique of Judgement, is enjoying a renewed interest. This renewed interest, however, has brought with it a renewed controversy over just how Kant's aesthetic theory should be understood. Of the many interpretative questions at issue, perhaps the most fundamental is what it is about an object, on Kant's accounting, that makes it beautiful. Traditionally, Kant has been understood as holding a formalist theory of beau…Read more