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    1.         The Platonic Odyssey: A Philosophical-Literary Inquiry into the Phaedo (Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi – Value Inquiry Book Series, 1994), 187 pp.
     
    2.         Saving Possibilities: An Essay in Philosophical Psychology (Amsterdam & Atlanta:             Rodopi – Value Inquiry Book Series, Vol. 80, 1999), 189 pp.
     
    3.         Singularity and Other Possibilities: Panenmentalist Novelties (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi – Value Inquiry Book Series, Vol. 139, 2003), 245 pp.
     
    4.         Necessity and Truthful Fictions: Panenmentalist Observations (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi – Value Inquiry Book Series, vol. 202, 2009), 325 pp.
     
    5.         The Privacy of the Psychical (Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi – Value Inquiry Book Series, vol. 233, August 2011).
     
     
     
    C. ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
     
       PUBLISHED
     
    1.         “Notes on the Basic Assumptions of Literary Interpretation,” (Hebrew) Hasiphrut 3 (1972): 488–496
     
    2.         “The Philosophical System and the Justification of Philosophical Propositions,” (Hebrew) Iyyun 30 (1981): 159–183
     
    3.         “The Relationship between the Formal and Transcendental-Metaphysical Logic according to Kant,” The Monist 65 (1982): 437–443
     
    3a.       A Hebrew Version, Iyyun 33 (1984): 56–62
     
    4.         “Spinoza's Prinicipium Individuationis and Personal Identity,” International Studies in Philosophy 15 (1983): 42–57
     
    5.         “‘The Order and Connection of Things’ - Are They Constructed Mathematically-Deductively According to Spinoza?” Kant-Studien 76 (1985): 72–78
     
    6.         “Teleological Time: A Variation on a Kantian Theme,” The Review of Metaphysics 38 (1985): 529–562
     
    6a.       A Hebrew Version, Iyyun 32 (1983): 154–176
     
    7.         “Restless and Impelling Reason: On the Architectonic of Human Reason According to Kant,” Idealistic Studies  15  (1985): 137–150
     
    8.         “The Problem of Immediate Evidence: The Case of Spinoza and Hegel,” Hegel-Studien 20 (1985): 145–162
     
    9.         “Plato's Eros, Camus' Sisyphus, and the Impossibility of a Philosophical Satisfaction,” Clio 17 (1988): 323–344
     
    10.       “Spinoza's Two Causal Chains,” Kant-Studien 81 (1990): 454–475
     
    11.       “Plato's Phaedo in the Light of Aristotle's Poetics,”       (Hebrew) Dappim Research in Literature 8 (1992): 95–106
     
    12.       “A Categorical Moral Imperative: Do Not Torture,”      (Hebrew) Mishpat Umimshal 4 (1998): 425–432
     
    13.       “Substance, Attributes, and Spinoza's Monistic Pluralism,” The European Legacy 3 (1998): 1–14
     
    14        “How is Akrasia Possible After All?,” Ratio 12 (1999) :257–270
     
    15.       “Cinematic Illusion: An Empiricist-Rationalist Conundrum,” The European Legacy 6 (2001): 49–63
     
    16.       “How does Love Make the Ugly Beautiful?” Philosophy and Literature 27: 2 (October 2003): 436–443.
     
    17.       “Philosophical Blindness: Between Arguments and Insights”, The Review of Metaphysics 58 (September 2004): 147–170.
     
    18.       “How Many Pure Possibilities are There? ” Metaphysica 5:2 (2004), pp. 85–103.
     
    19.       “Torture and Singularity, ” Public Affairs Quarterly 19:3 (July 2005), pp. 163–176.
     
    20.       “A Possibilist Metaphysical Reconsideration of the Identity of Indiscernibles and Free Will,” Metaphysica 6:2 (October 2005): 25–51.
     
    21.       “The Affinity of Law Studies with the Humanities,” (Hebrew) Haifa Law Review: Din Udvrim 3:1 (January 2007), pp. 43–61.
     
    22.       “Spinoza, the Turks, and Sabbatai Sevi: A Case of Philosophical Prejudice,” Kabbalah 16 (2007), pp. 115–122.
     
    23.       “Why Not to Kill a Mandarin?” Philosophy and Literature 31 (2007), pp. 153–158. 
     
    24.       “A Humean Argument For Personal Identity,” Metaphysica 9:1 (April 2008), pp. 1–16. Electronic version: http://www.springerlink.com/content/ h73n536n00t15n8h/fulltext.pdf
     
    25.       “How Few Words Can the Shortest Story Have?” Philosophy and Literature 32 (2008), pp. 119129.
     
    26.       “Why Should Any Torturer Feel Guilty,” Chapter 7, in: Alexandra M. Columbus (ed.), Advances in Psychology Research 68 (2010), pp. 177–191.
     
    27.       “Philosophical Prostitution,” Journal of Social Sciences 6 (1) (2010), pp. 85–92.
     
    28.       “Actualist Fallacies, From Fax Technology to Lunar Journeys,” Philosophy and Literature 34:1 (April 2010), pp. 173–187.
     
    29.       Shechtman’s Three Question Marks: Possibility, Impossibility, and Quasicrystals, Foundations of Chemistry 15 (2013), pp. 209–224. DOI: 10.1007/s10698-012-9156-y
     
    30.       “Interior Portraits in The Magic Mountain and Brain Imaging,” Philosophy and Literature 38:2 (October 2014), pp. 416–432.
     
    31.       “Pure Possibilities and Some Striking Scientific Discoveries,” Foundations of Chemistry 16:2 (2014), pp. 149–163 (on line first, May 2013) DOI: 10.1007/s10698-013-9190-4
     
    32.       “We Are Not Replicable: A Challenge to Parfit's View,” International Philosophical Quarterly 54:4 (2014), pp. 453–460.
     
    33.       “Chain Reactions, ‘Impossible’ Reactions, and Panenmentalist Possibilities,” Foundations of Chemistry 16 (2014), pp. 201–214. DOI: 10.1007/s10698-014-9201-0
     
    34.       Self-Referentiality and Two Arguments Refuting Physicalism,” International Philosophical Quarterly 55:4 (December 2015), pp. 471–477.
     
    35.       “Can Brain Imaging Breach Our Mental Privacy?” The Review of Philosophy and       Psychology  6:2 (2015), pp. 275–291. DOI: 10.1007/s13164-014-0226-z
     
    36.       “Cruelty, Singular Individuality, and Peter the Great,” Philosophia 43:2 (2015), pp.      337–354.  DOI: 10.1007/s11406-015-9588-4
     
    37.       “Neoteny and the Playground of Pure Possibilities,” International Journal of   Humanities and Social Sciences 5:2 (February 2015), pp. 30–39.
     
    38.       “Eka-Elements as Chemical Pure Possibilities,” Foundations of Chemistry 28: 3          (2016), pp. 183–194.  
     
    39.       “The Philosophical Significance of Alan Mackay’s Theoretical Discovery of       Quasicrystals”, Structural Chemistry (2. 2016) DOI 10.1007/s11224-016-0742-9
     
    40.       “Personal Singularity and the Significance of Life,” Philosophia 44:3 (September           2016, pp. 775–786.
     
    41.       “A Philosophical Approach to the Riddle of Michelangelo’s Florentine Pietà”, Cogent   Arts & Humanities Cogent Arts & Humanities (2016), 3: 1188446           http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23311983.2016.1188446
     
    42.       “Stanley Milgram’s Experiments and the Saving of the Possibility of Disobedience”,       Journal of Social Sciences. First Online 23 May 2016.        http://thescipub.com/journals/jss/aof
     
     
     
     
    D.   ARTICLES IN BOOKS
     
     
    43.       “The Submission of our Sensuous Nature to the Moral Law in the Second Critique, in Y. Yovel (ed.), Kant's Practical Philosophy Reconsidered (Kluver Academic Publishers, 1989): 83-92
     
    44.       “The Indispensability of the First Kind of Knowledge,” in Y. Yovel & G. Segal (eds.), Spinoza on Knowledge and the Human Mind (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1993): 209-221
     
    45.       “Human Affects as Properties of Cognition in Spinoza's Philosophical Psychotherapy,” in Y. Yovel (ed.), Desire and Affect: Spinoza as Psychologist (N.Y.: Little Room Press, 1999): 169-182
     
    46.       “What Does Value Inquiry Really Need for the Future?”, in Häyry, Matti and Tuija Takala (eds.), The Future of Value Inquiry (Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi-VIBS, Vol. 112, 2001), pp. 7–16.
     
    47.       “Children’s Spirituality: Between Winnicottian Psychoanalysis and Panenmentalism,” in Hanan Alexander (ed.), Spirituality and Ethics in Education: Philosophical, Theological, and Cultural Perspectives (Brighthon: Sussex Academic Press, 2004), pp. 34–41.
     
    48.       “The Topos of Atlantis: Some Philosophical Insights,” in Stavros Papamarinopoulos (ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on “The Atlantis Hypothesis: Searching for a Lost Land” (Athens: Heliotopos Publications, 2007), pp. 23–34.
     
    49.       “Tourette’s Syndrome and Why Psychophysical Unity Does Not Entail Psychophysical Identity,” in Brook H. Stroud and Scott E. Corbin (eds.), Handbook on Social Change (New York: Nova Science Publishers, 2009), pp. 245–261.
     
    50.       “Picasso as the Kafka of Painting”. In Păun, Nicolae and Banús, Enrique (eds.) European Culture 2015 (Cluj-Napoca: Presa Universitară Clujeană, 2016).
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