•  11
    Bell Hooks, Art on My Mind: Visual Politics
    Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 54 (4): 389-390. 1996.
  •  18
    Bell Hooks, Reel To Real: Race, Sex, and Class At The Movies
    Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 57 (3): 388-389. 1999.
  •  4
    Refugees in an Age of Anger
    Eco-Ethica 8 187-199. 2019.
    In this paper, I will first argue that the refugee crises in Europe and along the southern border of the United States are the direct result of colonial and neo-colonial politics. The nations that have caused the problems, therefore, have a moral responsibility first to accept refugees and then to work to fix the problems they created. The nations that are responsible for the problems should work to fix them so that the refugees can return home. We will also see that at times, for example in the…Read more
  • Aesthetics across the Color Line: Why Nietzsche Can't Sing the Blues
    Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 61 (4): 410-411. 2003.
  •  28
    Of Scholarly Readings of Nietzsche
    New Nietzsche Studies 3 (3-4): 77-97. 1999.
  •  12
    Theories and Stories
    International Studies in Philosophy 38 (3): 5-13. 2006.
  •  37
    Rhetoric and Politics
    with Chaim Perelman and Molly Black Verene
    Philosophy and Rhetoric 17 (3). 1984.
  •  5
    Book reviews (review)
    with Martin J. Matuštík, Jack Purcell, and Erik Nordenhaug
    Man and World 26 (1): 93-114. 1993.
  •  5
    This clearly written book, intended for both specialists and nonspecialists, focuses on Nietzsche's later writings, where he appears unsystematic and indifferent to questions of truth.
  •  10
    Theories and Stories
    International Studies in Philosophy 38 (3): 5-13. 2006.
  •  13
    James Winchester brings the western philosophical tradition into dialog with contemporary African-American thinkers in an attempt to bridge the culture gap in aesthetic judgments
  •  3
    Examining global poverty as well as poverty within the United States, this book asks what moral obligations the middle class has to the poor
  •  63
    Nietzsche's Stinking Thigh and the Footsteps of Tariq Ramadan
    Comparative and Continental Philosophy 3 (2): 207-224. 2011.
    Even while proclaiming that God is dead, Nietzsche often praises Islam and explicitly endorses the Laws of Manu. His praise of Islam and the Laws of Manu is usually tied to a critique of Christianity. Nietzsche’s own social ethic, based in Will to Power, advocates the exploitation of the weak. Tariq Ramadan often speaks appreciatively of Nietzsche, but his vision of social justice seems very similar to the Christian social ethic that Nietzsche constantly attacks. This essay examines the role tha…Read more
  •  47
    Nietzsche, Naturalism and Interpretation (review)
    Journal of the History of Philosophy 38 (4): 606-607. 2000.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Reviewed by:Nietzsche, Naturalism and InterpretationJames WinchesterChristoph Cox. Nietzsche, Naturalism and Interpretation. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999. Pp. 241. Cloth, $45.00.This is a well-written book. It is clear. Making use of a wide variety of sources both analytic and continental, it argues that Nietzsche is a naturalist. By that Cox means that Nietzsche rejects other worldly sources of knowledge and being.…Read more
  •  16
    Later Derrida (review)
    Review of Metaphysics 58 (2): 463-465. 2004.
    With Derrida things are never simple. As Herman Rapaport demonstrates in this wonderful book, Derrida has an uncanny ability to problematize supposedly clear distinctions. Analyzing and extending several of Derrida’s recent works, Rapaport brings the later Derrida into conversation with cultural studies and existentialism.