• The Mind's Sufficient Grace: The Writings of Kenneth Burke, 1931--1941
    Dissertation, City University of New York. 2003.
    Kenneth Burke is often described as an idiosyncratic, if brilliant American thinker. Though he occasionally appears in the historiography of the nineteen-thirties as an unusually prescient and clear voice, the difficulty of his thought has previously consigned it to the province of literary theorists and the occasional literary historian, allowing him to be neglected by philosophers. ;Burke was an early proponent of rhetorical analysis and of situating opinion within its historical context, yet …Read more
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    John Locke in the Twenty-First Century (review)
    Philosophy Today 59 (3): 541-546. 2015.