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Note: This is restricted largely to academic articles (for books see Books and Editing on homepage.

Art and Aesthetics
1.         “Aesthetic Naturalism and the Decline of Architecture: Architecture and Aesthetic Perception”, International  Journal  of  Moral and  Social  Studies, 2, 1987.
2.         “The Modernist Fallacy”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 5, 1988.
3.         “Aesthetic Naturalism & Decline of Architecture: Form, Matter & Understanding”,  International  Journal  of  Moral and Social  Studies, 3, 1988.
4.         “On Taste and Excellence”, Journal of Aesthetic Education, 23, 1989.
5.         “Philosophy, Architecture & Public World”, British  Journal  of  Aesthetics, 30, 1990.
6.         “Cultural Theory, Philosophy & the Study of Human Affairs”, in J. Doherty, et. al., Postmodernism in the Social Sciences  (London:  Macmillan, 1991).
7.         “Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Philosophical Sensibility”, Chapman, 27, 1994.
8.         Admiring High Mountains: Aesthetics of Environment”, Environmental Values, 3, 1994.
Reprinted in T. Chapell ed. Environmental Aesthetics (Edinburgh: EUP, 1997).
Reprinted in S. Johnson ed. Landscapes (Cambridge: White Horse Press, 2010).
9.         “Recent Work in Environmental Aesthetics”, Environmental Values, 3, 1994.
10.       “Environmental Aesthetics and Public Policy”, Melita Theologica, 45, 1994.
11.       “Embodied Meanings”, Cogito, 9, 1995.
12.       “Transcendent Forms”, Cosmos, 12, 1996.
13.       “In the Nature of Things” (Richard Long), Modern Painters, 10, 1997.
14.       “Images after the Fact” (Hamish Fulton), Modern Painters, 11, 1998.
15.       “Philosophy of Architecture”, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, (London: Routledge, 1998).
Reprinted, in Journal of Architecture, 4, 1999.
16.       “One place to Another” (David Tremlett), Modern Painters, 12, 1999.
17.       “Back to the Land”, Art Monthly, 1999.
18.       “Art and Vocation: John Paul II’s Letter to Artists”, Logos, 5, 2002.
19.       “Poet of the Enchanted World” (Felix Kelly), Modern Painters, 15, 2002.
20.       “David Tremlett”, in P. Curtis ed. British Sculpture (Leeds: Henry Moore Institute, 2003).
21.       “Edwin La Dell and the Art of Popular Printmaking”, The Art Book, 11, 2004.
Reprinted
in Edwin La Dell: Lithographs and Etchings (Maidstone: Passiflora, 2004).
22.       “Reason to Believe: The Art of Roger Ackling” in R. Acking, Reason to Believe (St Andrews: Crawford Arts Centre, 2005).
23.    “The Essence of Art Making” Art Work  September/October  p. 8.
24.       “Underground” in E. Butcher ed., Underground (Liverpool: Centre for Art International Research, 2008).
25.       “The Argument from Beauty Re-examined” Humanitas 10, 2009.
26.       ‘Finding God in Nature: Beauty, Revulsion, and Contemporary Art” in C. Titus ed. Christianity and the West: Interaction and Impact in Art and Culture (Washington, DC.: Catholic University of America Press, 2009).
27.       “Walls and Windows: John Haldane and David Tremlett in conversation” Art and Christianity 2009.
28. “Festivals, Fine Art and Faith” Art and Christianity, 2009.
29.       “Still Walking the Road to Meikle Seggy” (Richard Demarco) Art Book, 2010
30.       “Art on its own Account” (David Tremlett) THE (Times Higher Education) 2010.
31.       “Page to Wall” (Tremlett) Art Book, 2010.

Education
32.       “Religious Art and Religious Education” British Journal of Religious Education, 4, 1982.
33.       “Art’s Perspective on Value”, Art Education, 36, 1983.
34.       “Birkbeck’s Past and the Future of University Education”, Scottish Journal of Adult Education, 6, 1983.
35.       “Concept Formation and Value Education”, Educational Philosophy and Theory, 16, 1984.
36.       “Religious Education in a Pluralist Society”, British Journal of Educational Studies, 34, 1986.
Reprinted in L. Francis & A. Thatcher eds. Christian Perspectives for Education  (London: Fowler Wright, 1990).
37.       “New Testament Scripture in Religious Education”, Sower, 10, 1986.
38.       “Birkbeck’s Crusading Genius‘, Times Higher Education Supplement, 726, 1986, 12.
39.       “Religion, Education and Society”, Contemporary Review, 249, 1987.
40.       “Religion in Education”, Oxford Review of Education, 14, 1988.
41.       “Metaphysics in Philosophy of Education”, Journal of Philosophy of Education, 29, 1989.
Reprinted in R. Hirst & J. White (eds.) Major Themes in the Philosophy of Education (London: Routledge, 1998).
42.       “Chesterton’s  Philosophy  of  Education”, Philosophy,  65, 1990.
43.       “Education: Conserving Tradition”, in B. Almond ed., An Introduction to Applied Ethics (Oxford: Blackwell, 1995).
Reprinted in M. G. Amilburu (ed.), Education, the State and the Multicultural Challenge (Pamplona: Eunsa, 1996).
44.       “Return to the Crossroads: Maritain Fifty Years On”, with D. Carr, T. McLaughlin & R. Pring, British Journal of Educational Studies, 43, 1995.
45.       “Culture After Ideology” in R. Barnett & A. Griffin eds., The Crisis for Knowledge in Higher Education (London: Cassell, 1997).
46.       Education and the Need of Understanding (Dublin: UCD, 2000).

Ethics
47.       “The Morality of Deterrence”, The Heythrop Journal, 26, 1985.
48.       “The Ethics of Life and Death”, The Scottish Journal of Theology, 38, 1985.
49.       “Medical Ethics – Another Approach”, Journal of Medical Ethics, 12, 1986.
50.       “Defence Policy, Just War and Intention to Deter”, Defense Analysis, 3, 1987.
51.       “Ethics and Biological Warfare”, Arms Control,  8, 1987.
52.       “Persons and Values”, Co-winner Prize Essay Competition, Journal of Medical Ethics, 14, 1988.
53.       “Defence, Deterrence and the Taking of Life”, in R. Bauckham & J. Elford eds., Theological & Ethical Issues in the Nuclear Weapons Debate (London: SCM, 1989).
54.       “Philosophy and Environmental Issues”, International  Journal  of  Moral  and  Social Studies, 5, 1990.
55.       “Philosophy and the Ethics of the Environment”, in C.C.W. Taylor ed., Ethics and the Environment (Oxford: Corpus Christi College, 1992).
56.       “Applied Ethics”, in N. Bunnin & E. James eds., The Blackwell Introduction to Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell, 1995).
57.       “MacIntyre’s Moral Philosophy”, in M. Canto-Sperber et al., eds., Dictionare de Philosophie Morale (Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1996).
58.       “Intuitions and the Value of a Person”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 14, 1997.
59.       “Truth, Meaning and Practice”, Ethical Perspectives, 5, 1998.
60.       “Virtue, Truth and Relativism”, in D. Carr and Jan Steutel eds., Virtue Theory and Moral Character (London: Routledge, 1999).
61.       “Bioethics and the Philosophy of the Human Body”, in L. Gormally ed. Bioethics (London: Linacre Centre, 1999).
62.       “Being Human: Science, Knowledge and Virtue”, in J. Haldane ed. Philosophy and Public Affairs (Cambridge: C.U.P. 2000).
63.       “The Foundations of Professonal Ethics”, in J. Verstraeten ed. Professional Ethics (Louvain: Peeters, 2000).
64.       “Thomistic Ethics in America”, Logos, 3, 2000.
65.       “Examining the Justice of War: Elizabeth Anscombe and the Just War Tradition”, Humanitas, 4, 2001.
66.       “Aquinas on Human Ensoulment, Abortion and the Value of Life”, with P. Lee, Philosophy, 78, 2003.
67.       “Rational Souls and the Beginning of Life (Reply to Robert Pasnau)”, with P. Lee, Philosophy, 78, 2003.
68.       “Ethics, Religion and Relativism”, Review of Metaphysics, 60, 2006.
Reprinted (in Spanish) as “La etica del relativismo” in J. Borobia, M. Lluch et. Al (eds) Etica sin Religion (Pamplona: Eunsa, 2007).
69.       “Renewing the Ethical Dimension of Europe” in Donner une Ame a L’Europe/Giving a Soul to Europe (Vienn: Pro Oriente/ Paris: Istina, 2007).
70.       “Ethics, Politics and Imperfection”, New Blackfriars, 89, 2008.
71.       “Recognising Humanity”, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 25, 2008 (with reply by Martha Nussbaum).
72.       “Vocacion y profesion. Encontrar el sentido en el trabajo”, Revista Empresa y Humanismo, 11, 2008.
73.       “A Plea on Behalf of Life” Pastoral Review  2009.
74.       “Is every human action morally significant?” Philosophy 2011.

History of Philosophy
75.       “Aquinas on Sense-Perception”, Philosophical Review, 92, 1983.
76.       “S. Tommaso e Putnam: Realismo Ontologico e Realismo Epistemologico”, Intersezioni: Rivista di storia delle idee, 8, 1988.
77.       “Reid, Scholasticism and Contemporary Philosophy of Mind”, in M. Dalgarno. & E. Matthews eds., The Philosophy of Thomas Reid  (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1989).
78.       “Voluntarism and Realism in Medieval Ethics”, Journal of Medical Ethics, 15, 1989.
79.       “Medieval and Renaissance Ethics”, in P. Singer ed., A Companion to Ethics (Oxford: Blackwell, 1991).
80.       “Aquinas on the Active Intellect”, Philosophy, 67, 1992.
81.       De Consolatione Philosophiae”, in M. McGhee ed., Philosophy, Religion and the Spiritual Life (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1992).
82.       “Aquinas”, “Medieval and Renaissance Aesthetics” “Plotinus”, in D. Cooper ed., A Companion to Aesthetics  (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992).
83.       “Changing Conceptions of the Person”, in A. Hegarty ed., The Past & The Present: Problems of Understanding (Oxford: Grandpont, 1993).
84.       “Whose Theory? Which Representations?”, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 1993.
85.       “Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy of Mind”, in S. Guttenplan ed., A Companion to Philosophy of Mind  (Oxford: Blackwell, 1994).
86.       “Active and Passive Intellects”, “Analytical Thomism”, “Brute Facts”, “Distributism”, “Free Riders”, “Godmanhood”, “Hamlyn”, “Language of Thought”, “Maritain”, “Renaissance Philosophy”, “Scholasticism” and “Veritatis Splendor”, in T. Honderich (ed.) Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford: O.U.P., 1995).
87.       “Augustine” and “Putnam”, in T. Mautner ed., Dictionary of Philosophy (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).
88.       “Ferrier” and “Thomism”, Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1998).
89.       “Gilson” and “Maritain”, in R.L. Arrington (ed.), A Companion to the Philosophers (Oxford: Blackwell, 1999).
90.       “Analytical Philosophy and the Future of Thomism”, Cogito, 13, 1999.
91.       “The Spirit of Thomism and the Task of Renewal” in J. McEvoy & M Dunne eds., Thomas Aquinas: Approaches to Truth (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2001).
92.       “Thomas Reid: Life & Work”, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 2000.
93.       “Thomas Reid and the History of Ideas”, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 74, 2000.
94.       “Analytical Thomism”, “Aristotle”, and “Natural Theology”, in A. Hastings ed. Oxford Companion to Christian Thought (Oxford: OUP, 2000).
95.       “Has Philosophy made a Difference and Could it be Expected to?” in A. O’Hear ed., Philosophy and the Millennium (Cambridge: CUP, 2001).
96.       “American Philosophy: ‘Scotch’ or ‘Teutonic’?” Philosophy, 77, 2002.
97.       “Current Engagements with Medieval Philosophy’, with F. J. FitzPatrick, in A.S. McGrade ed. Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy (Cambridge: C.U.P. 2003).
98.       “What Philosophy Can Do’, First Things, 157, 2005.
99.       “Analytical Thomism” in C. Paterson & M. Pugh eds, Analytical Thomism: Traditions in Dialogue (London: Ashgate, 2006).
100.     “Scotland’s Gift: Philosophy, Theology, the Gifford Lectures”, Theology Today, 63.
101.     “The Gifford Lectures”, in A. Grayling and A. Pyle eds. Continuum Encyclopedia of British Philosophy. (London: Thoemmes Continuum, 2006).
102.     “Hume on Mind and Causality’” and ‘Ferrier’s ‘Dissolving Hume’s Paradox’, Journal of Scottish Philosophy, 5, 2007.
103.     “Scottish Philosophy”, Monist, 90, 2007.
104.     “Soul and Body” in R. Pasnau (ed) Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy (Cambridge: CUP, 2010).
105.     “Duns Scotus, Quaestiones in quatuor libros Sententiarum and Quodlibeta, 1481” in N. Reid ed. Treasures of St Andrews University Library (London: Third Millenium, 2010).
106.     “The End of An Era” in C. Kakzor ed. O Rare Ralph McInerny (Southbend: St Augustine Press, 2010).
107.     “Philosophy Lives” First Things, 2011.

Philosophy of Mind, Epistemology and Metaphysics.
108.     “A Benign Regress”, 1st Prize ‘Solution’ to Analysis  Problem No 19, Analysis, 43, 1983.
109.     “Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Psychology and Self-Consciousness”, in P. Clark and C. Wright (eds.), Mind, Psychoanalysis and Science  (Oxford: Blackwell, 1988).
110.     “Folk Psychology and the Explanation of Human Behaviour: Understanding Folk”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 62, 1988.
Reprinted in S. Christensen & D. Turner eds., Folk Psychology (London: Erlbaum, 1993).
111.     “Trying to Make Sense”, Philosophical Books, 30, 1989.
112.     “Naturalism and the Problem of Intentionality”, Inquiry, 32, 1989.
113.     “Brentano’s Problem”, Grazer Philosophische Studien, 35, 1989.
114.     “Concetti, Segni e Rappresentazioni Mentali”, Iride, 3, 1989.
115.     “Incarnational Anthropology”, in D. Cockburn ed., Human Beings (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1991).
Reprinted in T. Szubka & R. Warner (eds), The Mind/Body Problem: (Oxford: Blackwell, 1994).
Reprinted in A. Pagnini (ed.) Analytic Philosophy of Religion.
116.     “Putnam on Intentionality”, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 52, 1992.
117.     “An Embarrassing Question about Reproduction”, Philosophical Psychology, 5, 1992.
118.     “Theories, Concepts and Commonsense – A Reply to Paul Churchland”, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 93, 1993.
119.     “Mind/World Identity Theory and the anti-Realist Challenge”, in J. Haldane & C. Wright (eds.), Reality, Representation and Projection  (Oxford: O.U.P., 1993).
Reprinted (in Polish) with appendix in P. Gutowski & T, Szubka eds, British Philosophy at the End of te Twentieth Century) (Lublin: Towarzystwo Nauko, 1999).
120.     “Humanism with a Realist Face”, Critical Notice of Hilary Putnam’s Realism with a Human Face, and Il Pragmatismo, Philosophical Books, 35, 1994.
121.     “MacIntyre’s Thomist Revival: What Next?”, in J. Horton & S. Mendus eds, After MacIntyre (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1994).
Reprinted (in Polish) as “Tomistyczne Wcielenie Macintyre’a: I Co Dalej?”, Zeszyty Naukowe, Rok. 34, 1994.
122.     “The Life of Signs”, Review of Metaphysics, 47, 1994.
123.     “Some Metaphysical Presuppositions of Action”, Heythrop Journal, 35, 1994.
Reprinted (in Spanish) as “Algunas Presuposiciones Metafísicas de la Acción Humana”, Annuario Filosofico, 27, 1994.
Reprinted (in Italian) Discipline Filosofiche, 8, 1998.
124.     “Reason, Truth and Sacred History”, in Reason in History, Proceedings of American Catholic Philosophical Association, 67, 1995.
125.     “Realismo e rappresentazione”, Iride, Vol. 7, 1994.
126.     “Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Anthropology”, in L. Kennedy et al. (eds), Images of the Human , (Chicago: Loyola Press, 1995).
127.     “The Mystery of Emergence”, Proceedings of Aristotelian Society, 96, 1996.
128.     “Coming Home to (Metaphysical) Realism”, Philosophy, 71, 1996.
Reprinted (in Italian) along with “Nihilism” in Vittorio Possenti  (ed.) Realism, Anti-Realism, Nihilism (Milan, Rubbettino, 2001).
129.     “Intentionality and One-Sided Relations”, Ratio, 9, 1996.
130.     “Rational Animals”, in A. O’Hear ed., Verstehen and Humane Understanding (Cambridge: CUP. 1996).
131.     “The Forms of Thought”, in L.E. Hahn (ed.), The Philosophy of Roderick M. Chisholm. Library of Living Philosophers (Chicago: Open Court, 1997).
132.     “The Philosophy of Mind”, in Encarta Encyclopedia (London: Websters, 1998).
133.     “A Return to Form in the Philosophy of Mind”, Ratio, 11, 1998.
Reprinted in D. Oderberg ed., Form and Matter (Oxford: Blackwell, 1999).
134.     “State and Fate of Philosophy of Mind” American Philosophical Quarterly, 37, 2000.
135.     “Insight, Inference and Intellection” in Insight and Inference: Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 73, 2000.
136.     “The Examined Death”, in Proceedings of American Catholic Philosophical Association, 74, 2001.
137.     “Realism with a Metaphysical Skull” (with response by Putnam) in J. Conant and Urszula Zeglen (eds.) Hilary Putnam: Pragmatism and Realism (Routledge, 2002).
138.     “A Thomist Metaphysics” in R. Gale ed., Blackwell Guide to Metaphysics (Blackwell, 2002).
139.     “(I am) Thinking”, Ratio, 16, 2003.
140.     “Contemporary Philosophy of Mind and the Need of Thomism’” Iride, 17, 2004.
141.     “Privative Causality”, Analysis, 67, 2007.
142.     “The Metaphysics of Intellect(ion)”, Michael Baur (ed) Intelligence and the philosophy of Mind Proceedings of ACPA, 80. 2007.
143.     “Gravitas, Moral Efficacy and Social Causes”, Analysis, 68, 2008.
144.     “Metaphysics and Transcendence”, in M.V.D. Ruhr (ed) Religion and the End of Metaphysics, (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008).
145.     “Metaphysical (Im)mortality and Philosophical Transcendence”, A. O’Hear (ed) Conceptions of Philosophy (Cambridge: CUP) pp. 37-55.
146.     “Kenny and Aquinas on the Metaphysics of Mind” in J. Cottingham and P. Hacker (eds) Mind, Method, and Morality (Oxford: OUP, 2010).
147.     “Identifying Privative Causes”, Analysis, 2011.
148.     “Philosophy, Causality and God” in Library of Living Philosophers: The Philosophy of Hilary Putnam (Chicago: Open Court, 2012).

Political and Social Philosophy
149.     “Individuals and the Theory of Justice”, Ratio, 27, 1985.
150.     “Christianity and Politics”, Scottish Journal of Theology, 40, 1986.
151.     “Political Theory and the Nature of Persons”, Philosophical Papers, 20, 1991.     
152.     “Identity, Community and the Limits of Multiculture”, Public Affairs Quarterly, 7, 1993.
Reprinted as “Liberalism czy konserwatyzm”, Arka, 6, 1991;
Reprinted as “Dal Liberalismo al Nazionalismo”, Iride, 7, 1994, 126-42.
153.     “Children, Families, Autonomy and the State”, in D. Morgan & G. Douglas eds, Law and the Family  (Stuttgart: Verlag, 1994).
154.     “Religious Toleration”, Synthesis Philosophica. 9, 1994.
155.     “Philosophy of Compensation”, with A. Harvey, Journal of Applied Philosophy, 12, 1995.
Reprinted in H. Lafollette ed., Ethics in Practice (Oxford: Blackwell, 1996).
156.     “Individual, State and the Common Good”, Social Philosophy & Policy, 13, 1996; also in F. Miller & J. Paul eds, Community, Individual & State (Cambridge CUP, 1996).
Reprinted in H. Richardson & P. Weithmann eds., The Philosophy of Rawls (Hamden, CT: Garland, 1999).
157.     “The Vulgar Philosophy of Capitalism”, The Responsive Community, 12.
158.     “Natural Law & Ethical Pluralism” in R. Madsen and T. Strong, eds. The Many & the One:  Perspectives on Ethical Pluralism (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton UP Press).
159.     “A Subject of Distaste: An Object of Judgment”, Social Philosophy and Policy; also in E. Paul, F. Miller & J. Paul eds. Morality and Politics (Cambridge: CUP).
160.     “Nineteen Eighty Four, Catholicism and the Meaning of Human Sexuality” in A. Gleason, M. Nussbaum & J. Goldsmith eds. On Nineteen Eighty Four: Orwell and our Future. (Princeton, NJ:. Princeton UP) 2005.
161.     “Family Matters”, Philosophy, 81, 2006.
162.     “Public Reason, Truth, and Human Fellowship”, Journal of Law, Philosophy and Culture, 1, 2007.
163.     “The universality of human nature and the distinctness of human cultures”, L. Leuzzi ed. Europa E Nuovo Unamesimo (Genova: San Giorgio, 2007).
164.     “Sex, Nature and Society” Pastoral Review, 2009.

Philosophy of Religion and Theology
165.     “Faith and Religious Experience”, Faith and Thought,  109, 1982.
166.     “Understanding the Human Personality”, The Furrow, 33, 1982.
167.     “Near Death Experiences and Future Life”, Modern Churchman, 30, 1988.
168.     “Critical Orthodoxy”, Louvain Studies, 14, 1989.
169.     “Can a Catholic be a Liberal?”, Melita Theologica, 43, 1992.
Reprinted in The Chesterton Review, 19, 1994.
170.     “Apes and Angels: Reply to Paul Badham”, Modern Believing, 36, 1994.
171.     “Philosophy and Catholic Education”, The Sower, 1995.
172.     “Catholic Education and Catholic Identity”, in T. McLaughlin. et al. eds, The Contemporary Catholic School: Identity and Diversity (London: Falmer Press, 1996).
173.     “From Law to Virtue and Back Again” in J. Rogerson et al. eds, The Use of the Bible in Ethics (Sheffield: University of Sheffield Press, 1995).
174.     “Infallibility, Authority and Faith” in Heythrop Journal, 38, 1997; also in J. Friggieri ed., Festschrift for Rev. Peter Serracino Inglott S.J. (Msida: University of Malta Press, 1997).
175.     “Spirituality in Catholic Education”, First Things, 80, 1998.
Reprinted in J. Conroy ed. Catholic Education  (Dublin: Veritas, 1999).
176.     “What Future has Catholic Philosophy?”, Virtues and Virtue Theories, Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 69.
177.     “Thomism and the Future of Catholic Philosophy” (with commentaries by Tim Chappell, John Greco, Dagfin Føllesdal, Bas van Fraassen, Bonnie Kent, Ralph McInerny, Christopher Martin, Hayden Ramsay, Nicholas Rescher, Tom Sullivan, Charles Taylor, and Linda Zagzebski) New Blackfriars, 1999.
178.     “Holding Fast to What is Good: Reply to Adriaan Peperzak, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 73, 1999.
179.     “Theism and Science”, in W. Sweet ed. God and Argument (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1999).
180.     “The Source and Destination of Thought” in P. Helm ed., Referring to God (London: Curzon Press, 1999).
181.     “On the Very Idea of Spiritual Values” in A. O’Hear ed. Philosophy, the Good, the True and the Beautiful (Cambridge: CUP, 2000).
182.     “Growing Up” in T. Devine (ed.), Scotland’s Shame? Bigotry, Sectarianism and Catholicism in Modern Scotland (Edinburgh: Mainstream, 2000).
Reprinted Educational Worksheet on Bigotry in  (Edinburgh: Tyke, 2002).
183.     “The Diversity of Philosophy and the Unity of its Vocation” in T. L. Smith ed.     Faith and Reason (Southbend, IN: St Augustine’s Press, 2001).
184.     “Response to Nagel’s Last Word”, Logos, 5, 2002.
185.     “Concerning the Assumption” in Heythrop Journal, 43, 2002.
186.     “The Place of Philosophy in the Life of the Church: Time for Renewal” in A. Ivereigh ed. Journey Unfinished: 40 years after Vatican II (London: Continuum, 2003).
187.     “Common Sense, Metaphysics and the Existence of God”, American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly. 77, 2003.
188.     “Philosophy and the Prospects of Religious Philosophy”, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 57, 2003.
189.     “The Soul”, Logos 7, 2004.
190.     “Philosophy, the Restless Heart and the Meaning of Theism”, Ratio, 19, 2006.
191.     “Philosophy, Death and Immortality”, Philosophical Investigations, 30, 2007.
192.     “Phillips and Eternal Life: Reply to Burley”, Philosophical Investigations, 31.  2008.
193.     “Preface” to Dietrich von Hildebrand, The Heart: An Analysis of Human and Divine Affectivity (St Augustine’s Press, 2006).
194.     “Causes, Reason and Grace”, New Blackfriars, 90, 2009.
195.     “The Ethical Dimension of Inter-cultural Dialogue” Downside Review 2009.
196.     “Human Beings: rational, reflexive and restless” in S. Spiri & T. Valentini (eds) Prospettive per la filosofia (Rome: Editori Riuniti, 2010).
197.     “Visions of Mary”, First Things (onlinetext of BBC radio essay), 2010.
198.     “Adam Smith, Theology and Natural Law” in Paul Oslington ed. Adam Smith as Theologian (London: Routledge, 2011).
199.     “Is God Necessary for Morality?” in Hayden Ramsay ed. Truth and Faith in Ethics (Exeter: ImprintAcademic, 2011), exchange with Raimond Gaita.
200.     “Scientism and its Challenge to Humanism”, New Blackfriars, in press.

Additional publications
Note
     From 1996 to 1999, monthly contributor to Times (London).
From 1998 – 2001, regular essay contributor to Herald (Glasgow).
From 2001 – present, essay contributor to the Scotsman (Edinburgh).
Note
   Additional 200 or so short essays, interviews, reviews, etc. in the following (classified by subject area):

Art
Art Book, Art Monthly, Burlington Magazine, Modern Painters, Tate, Times Higher

Current Affairs
Contemporary Review, Economist, Herald, Independent, New Statesman, Scotsman, Standpoint, Scotland on Sunday, Sunday Herald, Times, Znak.

Education
Art Education, British Journal of Religious Education, Guardian Education, Mentor, Public Discourse, Times Higher

Literature
John Buchan Journal, The Scottish Review

Philosophy
Canadian Philosophical Reviews, Ends and Means, European Journal of Philosophy, Journal of Applied Philosophy, Journal of Medical Ethics, Journal of Philosophy, Journal of Scottish Philosophy, Mind, Philosophical Books, Philosophical Quarterly, Philosophy, Review of Metaphysics, Review of Politics.

Religion and Theology
AD 2000, Catholic Dossier, Catholic Herald, Catholic Times, Christian, Commonweal, Crisis, European Theological Studies, Faith, First Things, Furrow, Heythrop Journal, Modern Theology, Month, New Blackfriars, New Theologian, Open House, Pastoral Review, Priests and People, Religious Studies, St Austin Review, Scottish Catholic Observer, Universe.
Universe
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