Here is a selection of my articles and papers, sorted by discipline.

 

Philosophy

“The Virtual and the Actual: Cyberspace, Paradox, and Proprioception.” August 2016 essay based on the Proprioceptive Dialogue webpages of this website (See “Invitation to Proprioceptive Dialogue” and “Practicing Proprioceptive Dialogue”).

“Why Natural Science Needs Phenomenological Philosophy.” Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 2015, 119, 257-269.

“How Can We Signify Being? Semiotics and Self-Signification.” Cosmos and History, 2014, 10 (2), 250-277.

“Bridging the ‘Two Cultures’: Merleau-Ponty and the Crisis in Modern Physics.” Cosmos and History, 2013, 9 (2), 1-12.

“Quantum Gravity and Phenomenological Philosophy.” Foundations of Physics, 2008, 38 (6), 556-82.

“What is Radical Recursion?” S.E.E.D. Journal, 2004, 4 (1), 38-57.

“The Paradox of Apeiron.” Network Review: Journal of the Scientific and Medical Network, 2004, Winter (86), 3-6.

Phenomenology, Self-Reference, and Bohmian Dialogue.” Paper presented at Annual Conference of the Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences, Boston, November 6-9, 2003.

“Focusing on the Flesh: Merleau-Ponty, Gendlin, and Lived Subjectivity.” Lifwynn Correspondence, 2000, 5 (1), 1-14.

“Irreversibility, Reversibility, and Self-Reversal: A Phenomenological Approach to the ‘Hard Problem’ of Consciousness.”  Paper presented at Ninety-First Annual Meeting of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Louisville, Kentucky, April 2, 1999.

“Depth, Dimension, and Dialectic: A Phenomenological Approach to the Problem of Discontinuity in Contemporary Science.” Revue de la Pensee D’Aujourd’hui (Contemporary Philosophy, published in Japanese), 1998, 26 (1), 202-230.

“Wholeness as the Body of Paradox.” Paper presented at After Postmodernism Conference, University of Chicago, November 14-16, 1997. (Off-line version: Journal of Mind and Behavior, 1997, 18 (4), 391-423.)

“How Intimate the Flesh?” Paper presented at Twenty-First Annual International Conference of the Merleau-Ponty Circle, University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, September 20, 1996.

“The Frontiers and Foundations of Science: A Neo-Intuitive Approach.” Frontier Perspectives, 1994, 4 (1), 31-35.

“Can Philosophy Meet the Requirements for the Transformation of Consciousness?” Paper presented at Third International Symposium on Science and Consciousness, the Athenian Society, Olympia, Greece, January 3, 1993.

“The Plight of Odysseus.”  In G. and T. Feuerstein (Eds.), Voices on the Threshold of Tomorrow. Wheaton, Ill: Quest Books, 1993, 400-401.

“The Paradox of Mind and Matter: Utterly Different Yet One and the Same.”  In B. Rubik (Ed.), The Interrelationship Between Mind and Matter. Philadelphia: Center for Frontier Sciences at Temple University, 1992, 233-48.

“A Neo-Intuitive Proposal for Kaluza-Klein Unification.” Foundations of Physics, 1988, 18 (11), 1093-1139.

“Psi and the Principle of Non-Dual Duality.”  In B. Shapin (Ed.), Parapsychology, Philosophy and Religious Concepts.  New York: Parapsychology Foundation, 1987, 68-97.

“Time and Higher-Order Wholeness: A Response to David Bohm.” In D. R. Griffin (Ed.), Physics and the Ultimate Significance of Time. Albany, N. Y.: State University of New York Press, 1986, 219-30.

“The Concept of the Infinite and the Crisis in Modern Physics.” Speculations in Science and Technology, 1983, 6 (4), 413-25.

“Psi Modeling and the Psycho-Physical Problem:  An Epistemological Crisis.” Parapsychology Review, 1983, 14 (1), 17-24.

“David Bohm’s ‘Wholeness and the Implicate Order’: An Interpretive Essay.” Man/Environment Systems, 1982, 12 (1), 9-18.

“The Moebius Surface as a Model for Creative Transformation.” The New Humanity, 1981, 7 (38), 4-6.

“Creative Evolution.” Man/Environment Systems, 1980, 10 (5/6), 239-50.

“Internal Duality:  Blueprint for Survival.” The New Humanity, 1977, 3 (13), 13-14.

“Toward a Representation of the ‘Irrepresentable.’”  In J. W. White and S. Krippner (Eds.), Future Science.  New York:  Doubleday/Anchor, 1977, 132-55.

“Self-Transforming Consciousness: The Bridge between Dimensions.” Parascience Proceedings, 1976, Part II, 229-45.

“Synsymmetry.” Scientia, 1975, 110, 539-49.

“The Unity of Changelessness and Change:  A Visual Geometry of World and Man.” Main Currents in Modern Thought, 1975, 31 (4), 115-20.

“A Plea for the Possibility of Visualizing Existence.” Scientia, 1973, 108 (9-12), 789-802.

Psychology

“Pauli’s Dream: Jung, Modern Physics, and AlchemyQuadrant, 2014, 44 (1), 49-71.

“Evolution of Attentional Processes in the Human Organism.” Group Analysis, 1999, 32 (2), 243-53.

“Pouring Old Wine Into a New Bottle.” In M. Stein (Ed.), The Interactive Field in Analysis (Volume One). Wilmette, Ill.: Chiron Publications, 1995, 121-41.

“Toward the Relativization of Psychophysical ‘Relativity.’” Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1976, 42, 843-50.

“A Case of Non-Euclidean Visualization.” Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 1974, 5, 33-39.

Ecology, Education, and Culture

“Reinhabiting the Lifeworld: Ecology, Reversibility, and Self-Reversal.” Paper presented at Twenty-Seventh Annual International Conference of the Merleau-Ponty Circle, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, September 19, 2002.

“Social Self-Inquiry: An Opportunity to Bear Witness.” Lifwynn Correspondence, 1995, 4 (1), 2-3.

“A Proposal for an Expanded Cotentive Exercise in Social Self-Inquiry.” Lifwynn Correspondence, 1994, 3 (2), 8-12.

“Spinning the Web of Life: Feminism, Ecology and Christa Wolf.” The Trumpeter, 1990, 7 (1), 16-26. (Co-author: Marlene Schiwy.)

“Global Education for the 21st Century: The GU Consortium.” T.H.E. Journal, 1989, 16 (7), 75-77.  (Co-authors: Takeshi Utsumi and Parker Rossman.)

“On Global Crisis, Its Roots and Possible Resolution.” ICIS Forum, 1988, 18 (1b), 185-87.

“The Global Electronic University.” The American Journal of Distance Education, 1988, 2 (2), 57-67.  (Co-authors: Takeshi Utsumi and Parker Rossman.)

“Meta-modeling as a Strategy for Constructive Change.” Man/Environment Systems, 1981, 11 (4), 150-60.