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    Pax Nabisco
    The Philosophers' Magazine 3 (3): 37-38. 1998.
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    On Virtual Liberty
    Inquiry: Critical Thinking Across the Disciplines 18 (4): 64-76. 1999.
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    A reply to Rapoport
    Theory and Decision 41 (2): 157-164. 1996.
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    Inculcating Virtue in Philosophical Practice
    Philosophy in the Contemporary World 7 (4): 51-63. 2000.
    This paper claims that the edifice of philosophical practice bears prima facie resemblance to other counseling-dispensing professions—e.g. medicine, law, psychology, accountancy. It defends virtues of professionalism in philosophical practice against accusations of sophism, and also rejects social constructivism as a politically extreme form of sophistry. It concludes that, notwithstanding prima facie resemblance to other counseling professions, philosophical practice is foundationally distinct …Read more
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    One Philosopher is Worth a Hundred…“C-words”
    Philosophical Practice 1 (1): 1-10. 2005.