"Time (Chronos) in Aristotle's Natural Philosophy and of Time’s Place in Early Naturphilosohie (1750-1800)" directed by Ronald Polansky, Duquesne University, 2013.
Chronos in Aristotle's Physics: On the Nature of Time (Springer, 2015)
Chapter 3: Taking Time preprint available here
Translation of “F.W.J. Schelling’s 1846 PHILOSOPHICAL OUTLINE AND DIARY: Philosophy of Mythology and Pure Rational Philosophy” (under contract with SUNY Press for publication in 2015/2016)
"In Defense Of The Critical Philosophy?: On Schelling’s Departure From Kant And Fichte In Abhandlungen Zur Erläuterung Des Idealismus Der Wissenschaftslehre (1796/97)" Journal of Speculative Philosophy (SPEP Supplement), forthcoming 2015.
“Situating the Early Schelling in the Later Positive Philosophy: Introduction to and Translation of Chapter 2, F.W.J. Schelling’s Abhandlungen zur Erläuterung des Idealismus der Wissenschaftslehre (1796/97)” Comparative and Continental Philosophy issue 6.1, Spring 2014.
“When Time is Accidental” with Ron Polansky, The Issue of Time in Aristotle (working title), ed. by L. Couloubaritsis et al., forthcoming with Vrin.
“Seeing the Unseen: Suggesting Points for Intersection between Levinasian Ethics and the Daoist Reverence for All Beings” in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. Springer Online, October 2011; print, September 2012.
“Happy Man vs. Unhappy Beast: A Platonic Response to J.S. Mill” in Parmenideum, vol. III, no. 1, Ascea May 2011.
“Beyond Social Origins: Thinking Toward the Possibility of Departing from Society in Ibn Bajja and Heidegger,” Journal for Islamic Philosophy, Volume 4, Winter 2009.
“Aristotle and Appreciating the Other: Ancient Philosophy of Nature and Contemporary Climate Science” in Climate Change Across the Curricula, edited by Eric Fretz. Forthcoming with Lexington, 2016.
“Socrates the Seducer” in What Philosophy Can Tell You about Your Lover, edited by Sharon Kaye. Open Court, 2012.
“We are Family: The Self and Red Sox Nation,” in Red Sox and Philosophy, edited by Michael Macomber. Open Court, March 2009.