Classical Honour Moderations 1966: 1st
Litterae Humaniores 1968: 1st
M.A., D.Phil. (1973)
Lecturer at Queen’s College,
Lecturer at New College,
in Moral Philosophy,
Professor of Philosophy,
Alan Richardson Fellowship,
Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship 2003-6.
Undergraduate courses on Plato’s Republic, Hobbes’s
Graduate supervision at
Extra-mural classes on Philosophy of Religion, Political Philosophy, Philosophy & Science-Fiction
Modules at Liverpool included First-Year modules on Greek Philosophical Thought, Political Philosophy, Critical Thinking, and the Darwin element in a module on Darwin, Marx and Freud (all 2 lectures a week for 12 weeks); Honours modules included Plato, Aristotle, Hellenistic Philosophy, Plotinus and Philosophy of Biology.
Also regularly lectured to the Animal Licensees Training Course on Ethics.
Elected member of Faculty of Arts,
At Liverpool: Head of Department 1984-95, 2000-3; member Senate Library Committee and Academic Services Sub-Committee 1986-94; chairman ASSC 1989-94; ; acting chairman Research Sub-Committee 1989; member Academic Committee 1990-4, 1995-8; member of AGCIT 1990-3; member of unitization working party 1991; University Representative on Parry’s Bookshop Management Committee 1990-8; member of University Press Management Committee 1991-8; member of Information Systems Strategy Group 1993-4; Personnel Committee 1994-5. Member of various faculty committees since 1984 (Teaching & Learning Sub-committee 1999-2000; Policy Committee 2000-1 )
Dean of Arts Faculty 1995-8
Chief editor Journal of Applied Philosophy http://www.blackwellpublishers.co.uk/journals/japp 1990-2001; now member of Editorial Board
Member editorial board for series New Studies in Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press)
Member editorial board for Religious Studies
Member editorial board for Ethics (Hellenic Society for Ethics)
Reviser of JMB/NEAB Philosophy A-levels 1984-2001.
British Academy Studentships selection panel 1986-91.
AHRB Postgraduate Studentships selection panel 1999-2003
Member of Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries Ad Hoc Committee on Ethical Implications of Emergent Technology (the Banner Committee) 1993-4
Member of Farm Animal Welfare Council (http://www.fawc.org.uk) 1996-2002
Member of Animal Procedures Committee (http://www.apc.gov.uk/) (Home Office) 1998-2006
Member of 1999 Committee (chair: Peter Melchett): University College London 1984-6.
Member of NAPAG working party on biodiversity 1993.
Member of Theology and Animals Research Project:
Centre for the Study of Theology,
Member of Environmental Ethics Editorial Board, European Ethics Network since 1998.
Chair of Board of Trustees of Philosophy in
Elected member of Executive Committee of British Philosophical Association 2003-7.
Member of Claude R Lambe Academic Review Committee (Institute
for Humane Studies,
Member of Humbul Advisory Committee: http://www.humbul.ac.uk/ac/ac-contacts.html
Co-Chair (Philosophy) for the Steering Committee of the Learning & Teaching Support Network Philosophical and Religious Studies Subject Centre till 2003.
Founder (and until 2018 list-owner) of PHILOS-L@liverpool.ac.uk (e-mail bulletin board for philosophers, founded 1989), of SOPHIA@liverpool.ac.uk (e-mail discussion group for ancient philosophy, now defunct: 1993-2006), and of CLASSICISTS@liverpool.ac.uk (e-mail bulletin board for classical scholars, founded 1997)
Member of several other e-mail lists worldwide.
Member of editorial boards of Inquiry; African Philosophy, Personalist Forum: Philosophical Quarterly (1980-3); Science and Engineering Ethics (http://www.cableol.co.uk/opragen/), Technoethics.
Member editorial board for series Library on Animal Rights (Edwin Mellen)
Honorary member of Scots Philosophical Club.
Member of Advisory Board of International Network for Religion and Animals since 1985.
Member of the Philosophy and Religion (PAR)
Fellow of Royal Society of Arts 1992-2010
Member of Editorial Advisory Group of European Journal of Philosophy since 1993.
The Philosophy of Plotinus, in relation to ethical, political and theological theory
The Treatment and Understanding of Non-Human Animals.
The Philosophical Aspects of Modern Science Fiction
Other issues in the Philosophy of Religion
AHRB Fellowship 1998-9, held in conjunction with
Alan Richardson Fellowship at the
Leverhulme Research Grant for work on Plotinus’ Constructive Metaphors £39,700 (2002-3)
Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship for work on Plotinus’ Ethical Theory (2003-6)
Research students supervised, and dates when
doctorate awarded: Stephen Bostock on zoos and ethics (1982 at Glasgow); David
(Petroc) Willey on the treatment of animals (1986); Paul Rooney on divine
command theory (1996); Patrick Quinn on Aquinas (1996);
Scott Holland lecturer,
Read Tuckwell lecturer,
Aquinas Lecture: Blackfriars,
Papers delivered to Scots Philosophical Club,
Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy, British Society for the Study of
Phenomenology, Society for the Study of Theology, Society for Applied
Philosophy, British Society for the History of Philosophy, assorted Animal
Welfare Conferences in
Invited lecture at Mithibai College, Mumbai, January 1998 on ‘Global Religions’; Invited lecture at Anglo-Indian Convivium IV, Panchgani, January 1998 on ‘The Goals of Goodness’; Invited lecture at Yale University, February 1998; Invited lecture to Anglo-Dutch Ethics Workshop, Rotterdam, March 1998; Invited lecture to Cumbria Theological Society, March 1998 on ‘The Covenant with All Living’; Invited lecture at Kings College London, April 1998, on ‘Evolutionary Ethics and Environmentalism’; Invited lecture on ‘How to Deal with Animals’ at AWSELVA meeting, British Veterinary Association Conference, Nottingham, September 1998.
Invited lecture to Birkbeck College Lunchtime Lecture Series on ‘Treating People like Animals’ January 1999; Invited lecture to University of Durham Philosophy Society on ‘The Goals of Goodness’, February 18th 1999; Alan Richardson Lecture, University of Durham, on ‘Deconstructing Darwin’, March 4th 1999; Invited lecture to Philosophy Department, University of Durham on ‘Slaves, Servility and Noble Deeds’, March 11th 1999; Invited lecture to Anglo-Dutch Ethics Workshop, Isle of Thorns, on ‘Slaves, Servility and Noble Deeds’, 26th March 1999; Invited lecture to Applied Philosophy Workshop, London, on ‘Have Biologists Wrapped up Philosophy?’, 25th June 1999; Invited participant in Liberty Colloquium, 16th September 1999; Talk to Society of Applied Philosophy Workshop on Genetically Modified Organisms, November 6th 1999; Talk to Sixth Formers on ‘Science Fiction and Philosophy’ at Oswestry School, December 3rd.
Invited participant in Anglo-Chinese Colloquium, Oxford 26th February 2000; Invited lecture to Islamic Society Conference, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool 27th February 2000; Invited seminar on ‘Plotinus on Falling in Love’ to Dept of Theology, U.C.Leuven March 6th 2000; Invited lecture (Aquinas Lecture) on ‘The Cosmic Priority of Value’ to Dept of Theology, U.C.Leuven March 7th 2000; Invited lecture to Centre for Philosophy, Kings College London, on ‘Posthumanism: replacing ethics by engineering’ March 15th 2000; Invited lecture on ‘What has Plotinus’s One to do with God?’ to British Society for History of Philosophy, Keele, April 5th 2000; Invited lecture on ‘Rubble, Beauty and the Platonic Imagination’ to University of Athens Open Lecture-Series May 15th 2000; Chaired and contributed to Templeton Symposium on ‘Science and Theological Imagination in Science Fiction’, June 24-6th London; Plenary Paper on Posthumanism to Wittgenstein Conference at Kirchberg August 17th 2000; Invited participant in Anglo-Indian Convivium V in Lampeter September 1st-4th 2000; Invited lecture on ‘Catarrhines and Platyrrhines’ to International Bioethics Conference September 23rd 2000; Invited participant at Templeton Colloquium on the Far Future, Vatican City (7, 8, and 9 November 2000)
Invited lecture in Royal Institute of Philosophy series February; invited paper to Theory Group, Peterhouse, Cambridge February; Invited Paper to Templeton Colloquium, Glasgow April 22; invited respondent at Environmental Colloquium, Norwich May 4; invited paper to Bristol conference May 31.
Invited lecture to British Society for the History
of Philosophy Conference March 27th; Invited lecture in Environmentalism Series
participant in Plotinus Panel at American Philological Association Conference,
San Francisco, 2-5 January 2004; invited participant in Templeton Colloquium on
Spiritual Healing, Cambridge, January 2004; Invited paper to one-day conference
on The Uncanny, April 2004; invited
Invited paper to
Lancaster University Philosophy Society,
Invited paper on ‘Plotinus on
Becoming Love: Forum for European Philosophy,
‘Plotinus: charms and countercharms’ at Stapledon Society, University of Liverpool, March 2007; ‘Chesterton as Science Fiction writer’ at Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival, May 2007; ‘Chesterton on Darwin’ for Science and Religion Conference, Lancaster University, July 2007; ‘What has Plotinus’s One to do with God?’ at British Society for the Philosophy of Religion conference, Oxford, September 2007; ‘Plotinus on Philosophy’: Royal Institute of Philosophy lecture, November 2007; ‘Animals and Christian Theology’, Chester University Colloquium, November 2007; ‘Elves, Hobbits, Trolls and Talking Beasts’: Lancaster University, November 2007
‘The Philosopher’s Cat and Other
Animals’ at Workshop on Cultural History of Animals, History Dept, University
of Liverpool 3rd March 2008. ‘What has Plotinus’ One to do with God?’ at
Workshop on Philosophy and Religion at Westcott House,
Religion and Law: ESPR conference, Oxford, August; Living the Pyrrhonian Way: SRLC conference, Liverpool 14th September 2010; Memory and Forgetting: Durham Conference, September; Religion and the Genome: Oxford October 9th; God and animals, Bristol Theology Dept, November 2nd
Moral Status of Animals: Mansfield College, Oxford, 10th Feb 2011; Animals as Religious Subjects: Chester, May 21st-24th; Animals as Medical Subjects: Chester May 24th; Folly to the Greeks: Heythrop College, June 11th; God, Reason and Extraterrestrials, Oxford British Society for Philosophy of Religion, September 14th-16th.
The Ethics of Taxonomy, Manchester Metropolitan March 2nd; Silence in the Land of Logos, Thessaloniki Conference on Gregory Palamas, March 6th-12th; Atheism considered as a Christian Sect, Lancaster April 2nd (RIP lecture); Darwin and Design, Cambridge, July 14th.
Image of God, SOAS conference; Mistaken Contrasts in Patrides and Others, April 20th, Cambridge Platonists Workshop; The Case of John Wren-Lewis, British Society for Philosophy of Religion, Oxford, September 11th-13th; Christianity against Religion, London Society for Study of Religion, Athenaeum, November 5th; Wilson’s Mind Parasites, Conference on Altered Consciousness, Queen Mary College London, November 17th
The Case of John Wren-Lewis, Christian Philosophers, St.John’s Seminary, Wonersh, 3rd January; Participation: Notre Dame Colloquium, March 7-11th; Going beyond our Worlds, Prometheus Conference, Chingford 4th-6th July
One Alone and Many, Hong Kong Conference on Oneness, April 24th-28th; Hylas and Heracles, D Society Cambridge, October 16th
Could Consciousness Evolve from Matter: Templeton Colloquium, Notre Dame University, March 17th-21st: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wm9w5GCMmxQ&index=3&list=PLajs77Y9ipluZ2zlrC4Ru9LGfEWcPrGm-; Stars and Shadows: Bath Spa University, April 29th-30th ; Lovecraft & Meaning: Colin Wilson Conference, Nottingham, June 1st-2nd.
1985-90 University moderator for the Departments of Theology and Religious Studies of Chester College and The Liverpool Institute of Higher Education; B.A. & M.A. at St.David’s, Lampeter 1985-9; B.A. at St.Martin’s, Lancaster 1985-8; B.A. & M.A. at Sheffield University 1988-90. B.A. & M.A. at Warwick University 1994-7; B.A. at Sussex 2001-4; M.A. at Maynooth 1998; Ph.D. at Manchester 1983; at Cambridge University 1985, 1989 and 1991; at Glasgow University 1988 and 1992; Western Australia 1988; at Oxford 1991 and 1996; at Edinburgh 1989 and 1991; at King’s College London 1996, 1997 and 1998; at Open University 1997 and 2000; at Warwick University 1997 and 2000; at Keele University 2001; at Sheffield University 2003; at Durham University (bis) 2003; at Cambridge University 2005; at Durham University 2006.
Reader for Edinburgh University Press, Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Blackwell and other academic presses worldwide
Farm Animal Welfare Council - particularly Promotion & Education Sub-Committee; Cloning Working Group; Research & Development Sub-Committee: 1996-2002: http://www.fawc.org.uk
Animal Procedures Committee - particularly Biotechnology Working Group (1998-2006): http://www.apc.gov.uk
Member of Boyd Group: http://www.boyd-group.demon.co.uk
1. Aristotle’s Man (Clarendon Press: Oxford 1975; pbk 1983), 254pp
2. The Moral Status of Animals (Clarendon Press 1977; pbk 1984), 238pp
3. The Nature of the Beast (Oxford University Press 1982; pbk 1984), 136pp
4. From Athens to Jerusalem (Clarendon Press 1984), 240pp (reissued Angelico Press 2019).
5. The Mysteries of Religion (Blackwells: Oxford 1986), 288pp; reissued with new preface by Wipf and Stock 2017.
6. Civil Peace and Sacred Order (Clarendon Press 1989), 208pp
7. A Parliament of Souls (Clarendon Press 1990), 202pp
8. God’s World and the Great Awakening (Clarendon Press 1991), 256pp.
9. How to Think about the Earth: models of environmental theology (Mowbrays 1993), 168 pp
10. How to Live Forever (Routledge 1995), 224 pp
11. Animals and their Moral Standing (Routledge 1997), 194 pp
12. God, Religion and Reality (SPCK 1998), 186 pp (reissued with introduction by David Bentley Hart, by Angelico Press, New Hampshire 2017).
13. The Political Animal (Routledge 1999), 215 pp.
Christian Ethics (
Thinking Backwards, Looking Forwards (Templeton Foundation Press:
16. Understanding Faith: Religious Belief and its Place in Society (St Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs, Imprint Academic 2009), vi + 280 pp.
17. Philosophical Futures (Peter Lang: Frankfurt 2011), 248pp.
18. Ancient Mediterranean Philosophy (Continuum: London 2013), xiv + 246pp
19. Plotinus: myth, metaphor and philosophical practice (University of Chicago Press: Chicago 2016), xxii + 344pp.
1. How to Calculate the Greater Good: R.Ryder & D.Paterson, eds., Animal Rights (Centaur Press 1978), pp.96-105.
2. Awareness and Self-Awareness: D.Wood-Gush, M.Dawkins & R.Ewbank, eds., Self-Awareness in Domesticated Animals (UFAW 1981), pp.11ff.
3. Humans, animals and ‘animal behavior’: H.B.Miller & W.H.Williams, eds., Ethics and Animals (Humana Press 1983), pp.169ff.
4. Gaia and the Forms of Life: R.Elliot & A.Gair, eds., Environmental Philosophy (University of Queensland Press 1983; Open University Press 1984), pp.182ff.
5. Nature, Theology and: A.Richardson & J.Bowden, eds., New Dictionary of Christian Theology (SCM 1983).
6. Good Dogs and other Animals: P.Singer, ed., In Defence of Animals (Blackwells 1985), pp.41-51.
7. Animals in Ethical Tradition: N.Marsh & S.Haywood, eds., Animal Experimentation (FRAME 1985), pp.1-6.
8. God-Appointed Berkeley and the General Good: J.Foster & H.Robinson, eds., Essays on Berkeley (Blackwells 1985), pp.233-53.
9. Abstraction, Possession, Incarnation: A.Kee & E.T.Long, eds., Being and Truth: Essays in Honour of John Macquarrie (SCM 1986), pp.293-317.
10. The Land we live by: The Ecological Conscience (BANC Occasional Papers: Gloucester 1987), pp.7-12.
11. The Description and Evaluation of Animal Emotion: C.Blakemore & S.Greenwood, eds., Mindwaves (Blackwells 1987), pp.139-49.
12. Is Humanity a Natural Kind?: T.Ingold, ed., What is an Animal? (Unwin Hyman 1988), pp.17-34.
13. Abstract Morality, Concrete Cases: J.D.G.Evans, ed., Moral Problems and Contemporary Moral Philosophy (Cambridge University Press 1988), pp.35-54.
14. Children and the Mammalian Order: G.Scarre, ed., Children, Parents and Politics (Cambridge University Press 1989), pp.115-32.
16. Ethical Problems in Animal Welfare: D.Paterson & M.Palmer, edds., The Status of Animals: ethics, education and welfare (CAB International 1989), pp.5-14.
17. Friendship in the Christian Tradition (with Gillian Clark): R.Porter & S.Tomaselli, eds., The Dialectics of Friendship (Tavistock Press 1989), pp.26-44.
18. Animals: J.O.Urmson & J.Ree, eds., Concise Encyclopedia of Western Philosophy and Philosophers (Unwin Hyman 1989), pp.14-16.
19. How to Reason about Value Judgements: A.Phillips-Griffiths, ed., Key Themes in Philosophy (Cambridge University Press 1989), pp.173-90.
20. Soft as the Rustle of a Reed from Cloyne (Berkeley): P.Gilmour, ed., Philosophers of the Enlightenment (Edinburgh University Press 1989), pp.47-62.
21. Reason as Daimon: C.Gill, ed., The Person and the Human Mind (Clarendon Press 1990), pp.187-206.
22. Anarchists against the Revolution: M.Warner & R.Crisp, eds., Terrorism, Protest and Power (Edward Elgar 1990), pp.123-37.
23. The Reality of Shared Emotion: M.Bekoff & D.Jamieson, eds., Interpretation and Explanation in the Study of Behavior (Westview Press 1990), vol.I, pp.449-72.
24. Good and Bad Ethology and the Decent Polis: A.Loizou & H.Lesser, eds., Polis and Politics: Essays in Greek Moral and Political Philosophy (Gower Press: Aldershot & Brookfield, Vermont 1991), pp.12-22.
25. Limited Explanations: D.Knowles, ed., Explanation and its Limits (Cambridge University Press 1991), pp.195-210.
26. The Consciousness of Animals: R.Tallis & H.Robinson, eds., The Pursuit of Mind (Carcanet Press 1991), pp.110-128.
27. How many Selves make me?: D.Cockburn, ed., Human Beings (Cambridge University Press 1991), pp.213-33.
28. Philosophical Anthropology: L.C.Becker & C.B.Becker, ed., Encyclopedia of Ethics (Garland Press 1992), vol.II pp.963-4.
29. Descartes’ Debt to Augustine: M.McGhee, ed., Philosophy, Religion and the Spiritual Life (Cambridge University Press 1992), pp.73-88.
Natural Goods and Moral Beauty: D.Knowles &
J.Skorupski, eds., Virtue and Taste:
Essays on politics, ethics and aesthetics in memory of
31. Apes and the Idea of Kindred: P.Singer & P.Cavalieri, eds., The Great Ape Project: Equality beyond humanity (Fourth Estate: London 1993), pp.113-25.
32. Modern, postmodern and archaic animals: Zoology: On (post)modern animals: Antwerpen 93, vol.4, B.Verschaffel & Mark Vermink, eds, (Liliput Press: Dublin 1993), 55-72.
33. The Better Part: A.Phillips-Griffiths, ed., Ethics (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1993), 29-49.
34. Modern Errors, Ancient Virtues: A.Dyson & J.Harris, eds., Ethics and Biotechnology (Routledge 1994), pp.13-32.
35. Global Religion: R.Attfield & A.Belsey, eds, Philosophy and the Environment (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1994), 113-28.
36. Ancient Philosophy: A.Kenny, ed., Oxford Illustrated History of Western Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 1994), pp.1-53.
37. Herds of Free Bipeds: C.Rowe, ed., Reading the Statesman: proceedings of the Third Symposium Platonicum (Academia Verlag: Sankt Augustin 1995), pp.236-52.
38. Enlarging the Community: Brenda Almond, ed, Introducing Applied Ethics (Blackwell: Oxford 1995), 318-30.
39. Alien Dreams - Kipling: David Seed, ed., Anticipations: Essays on Early Science Fiction and its Precursors (Liverpool University Press: Liverpool 1995), 172-94. A reviewer in Science Fiction Studies said “This essay should be required reading not only in sf circles but more widely among students of literature”!
Cynics: Ted Honderich, ed.,
Epictetus: Ted Honderich, ed.,
Pyrrho: Ted Honderich, ed.,
Hermetic Corpus: Ted Honderich, ed.,
44. Environmental Ethics: Peter Byrne & Leslie Houlden, edds, Companion Encyclopedia of Theology (Routledge 1995), 843-870.
45. Tools, Machines and Marvels: Roger Fellows, ed., Philosophy and Technology (Cambridge University Press 1995), 159-76
46. Countryside: A.Linzey & P.Clarke, edds., Dictionary of Theology (Routledge 1995), pp.373-6.
47. Holism: A.Linzey & P.Clarke, edds., Dictionary of Theology (Routledge 1995), pp.767-70.
48. Libertarianism: A.Linzey & P.Clarke, edds., Dictionary of Theology (Routledge 1995), pp.955-7.
49. Philosophy (with Barry Dainton): New Technologies for the Humanities, edds., C.Mullings, M.Deegan, S.Ross, S.Kenna (Bowker-Sauer: East Grinstead 1996), pp.319-37.
Plotinus: Body and Mind:
The Once and Future Faculty: Arts - Letters - Society: a miscellany commemorating the Centenary of
the Faculty of Arts at the
52. Natural Integrity and Biotechnology: Human Lives, edds Jacqueline A.Laing & David S.Oderberg (Macmillan: London 1997), pp.58-76
53. Making up Animals: the view from Science Fiction: Animal Biotechnology and Ethics, edds Alan Holland & Andrew Johnson (Chapman & Hall: London 1997), pp.209-24.
54. Platonism and the Gods of Place: Tim Chappell ed., The Philosophy of Environmentalism (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 1997), pp.19-37
55. (with R.Ashcroft, D.W.Chadwick, R.H.T.Edwards, L.Frith, J.L.Hutton) Implications of Sociocultural Contexts for Ethics of Randomised Trials: N.Black, J.Brazier, R.Fitzpatrick, B.Reeves, edds, Health Service Research Methods: a guide to best practice (BMJ Books: London 1998), pp.108-116.
56. Objectivism and the Alternatives: E.Morscher, O.Neumaier, P.Simons, eds., Applied Ethics in a Troubled World (Kluwer: Dordrecht-Boston-London 1998), pp.285-94
57. Pantheism: David E.Cooper & Joy A.Palmer, edds., Spirit of the Environment (Routledge: London 1998), pp.42-56
58. Is Nature God’s Will?: Andrew Linzey & Dorothy Yamamoto, edds., Animals in Christian Religion (SCM: London 1998), pp.123-36.
59. Anthropocentrism: M.Bekoff, ed., Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare (Greenwood Press: Westport 1998), pp.68-9.
60. Species-essentialism: M.Bekoff, ed., Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare (Greenwood Press: Westport 1998), pp.319-20.
Psychopathology and Alien Ethics: Edward James &
Farah Mendlesohn, edds., The Parliament
of Dreams: conferring on
62. Understanding Animals: Michael Tobias & Kate Solisti Mattelon, edds., Kinship with the Animals (Beyond Words Publishing: Hillsborough, Oregon 1998), pp.99-111
63. Das Eine: Hans Dieter Betz, Don.S.Browning, Bernd Janowski & Eberhard Jüngel, edds., Religion in Geschichte unde Gegenwart (Mohr Siebeck: Tubingen 1999), vol.2, pp.1155-59.
64. Emanation: Hans Dieter Betz, Don.S.Browning, Bernd Janowski & Eberhard Jüngel, edds., Religion in Geschichte unde Gegenwart (Mohr Siebeck: Tubingen 1999), vol.2, pp.1244-5.
End of the Ages: David Seed, ed., Imagining
Apocalypse: studies in cultural crisis (Macmillan:
67. How to Deal with Animals: Giles Legood, ed., Veterinary Ethics (Continuum: London 2000), pp.49-62
68. Posthumanism: engineering in the place of ethics: Barry Smith & Berit Brogaard, edds, Rationality and Irrationality: Proceedings of the 23rd International Wittgenstein Symposium (ÖbvetHpt: Vienna 2001), pp.62-76.
69. The Covenant with All Living Creatures: Covenant Theology: Contemporary Approaches, edds. Mark J.Cartledge & David Mills (Liverpool University Anglican Chaplaincy Lectures 1997-2000, Paternoster Press: Carlisle 2002), pp.1-20
70. Nothing without Mind, in James H. Fetzer, ed., Consciousness Evolving (Advances in Consciousness Research Vol.34, John Benjamins: Amsterdam 2002), pp.139-60.
To Synonthyleuma, i Omorfia kai i Platoniki Fantasia
(Rubble, Beauty and the Platonic Imagination), in K.Boudouris, ed., Oikologikes Axies (Ecological Values),
72. Thinking about Biotechnology: towards a theory of just experimentation, in Select Committee on Animals in Scientific Procedures (Stationery Office Ltd: London 2002), vol.3, pp.111-116
73. Genocide, War and Consistency, in Human Rights and Military Intervention, edds. Richard Norman & Alex Moseley (Ashgate: Aldershot 2002), pp.113-31.
74. Deep Time:
does it matter?: George Ellis, ed., The Far-Future Universe (Templeton
(1886-1950): George Ellis, ed., The Far-Future Universe (Templeton
76. Thinking about Biotechnology: towards a theory of just experimentation, in Reordering Nature: Theology, Society and the New Genetics edited by Celia Deane-Drummond, Bronislaw Szerszynski and Robin Grove White (T&T Clark: Edinburgh 2003), pp.165-77.
77. Impersonal Minds: Anthony O’Hear, ed., Minds and Persons (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2003), pp.185-209.
78. Foreword, in E.D.Buckner The Immortality of Animals, ed. Rod Preece (Edwin Mellen Press: Lewiston 2003), pp.v-vii
79. Vegetarianism and the Ethics of Virtue: Steve F. Sapontzis, ed., Food for Thought: the Debate over Eating Meat (Prometheus Books: New York 2004), pp.139-51.
80. Plotinus – The Enneads: Central Works of the Great Philosophers vol.1, ed. J.Shand (Acumen: London 2005), pp.119-39.
Anthony Ellis et al, edds., Dictionary of
Twentieth Century Philosophers (Thoemmes Press:
82. Babbage-Chambers Paradox: Ted Honderich, ed., Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005, 2nd edition), p.76.
83. Science Fiction and Religion: Blackwell Companion to Science Fiction, David Seed ed. (Blackwell: Oxford 2005), pp.95-110.
85. (with Panayiota Vassilopoulou) How not to love nature: Proceedings XVI Congress of Philosophy: Philosophy, Competition and the Good Life (Volume A) Spetses: Athens 2005, pp 77-98
86. How Alien are Animals?, in Pierfrancesco Basile & Leemon B.McHenry, edds., Consciousness, Reality and Value: essays in honour of T.L.S.Sprigge (Ontos Verlag: Heusenstamm 2007), pp.245-58.
87. Going Naked into the Shrine: Herbert, Plotinus and the Constructive Metaphor: D.Hedley & S.Hutton, edds., Platonism at the Origins of Modernity (Springer: Dordrecht 2008), pp.45-61.
88. Science, Chesterton and the Will of the Creator: Martin Stone, ed., Reason, Faith and History: Essays for Paul Helm (Ashgate: London 2008), pp.115-25.
Elves, Hobbits, Trolls and Talking Beasts: Creaturely Theology, edds., Celia Deane-Drummond & David
90. What has Plotinus’s One to do with God?: Philosophers and God, edds., Michael McGhee & John Cornwell (Continuum: London 2009), pp.21-37.
91. Conclusion: Late Antique Epistemology: Other Ways to Truth , edited with Panayiota Vassilopoulou (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke 2009), pp.289-301.
92. Plotinus: Charms and Counter-Charms: Conceptions of Philosophy: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplementary Volume 65, ed.Anthony O’Hear (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2010), pp.215-31
93. Therapy and Theory Reconstructed: Philosophy as Therapy: Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplementary Volume 66, edds. Clare Carlisle & Jonardon Ganeri (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2010), pp.83-102
94. How to Become Unconscious: The Metaphysics of Consciousness, Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplementary Volume 67, edds. Pierfrancesco Basile, Julian Kiverstein & Pauline Phemister (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2010), pp.21-44.
95. Ethical Thought in India: Routledge Companion to Ethics, ed., John Skorupski (Routledge: London 2010), pp.21-30.
96. The Mind Parasites: Wilson, Husserl, Plotinus: Around the Outsider: essays presented to Colin Wilson, ed.Colin Stanley (O-Books: Alresford 2011), pp.42-62
97. Animals in Classical and Late Antique Philosophy: Oxford Handbook of Animal Ethics, edds., Raymond Frey & Tom.L.Beauchamp Oxford University Press: New York 2011), pp.35-60.
98. Preface: The Time has Come: Anthony J.Nocella & Lisa Kemmerer edds., Call to Compassion: Religious Reflections on Animal Advocacy (Lantern Books: New York 2011), pp.xvii-xxii.
99. The Ethics of Taxonomy: a neo-Aristotelian Synthesis: Animal Ethics: Past and Present Perspectives, ed. Evangelos D. Protopapadakis (Logos Verlag: Berlin 2012), pp.38-58.
100. Animals: Routledge Companion to Theism, edds. Charles Taliaferro, Victoria S. Harrison and Steward Goetz (Routledge: London 2012), pp.528-40
101. Does “Made in the Image of God” mean Humans are more Special than Animals?: A Faith Embracing All Creatures, edds. Tripp York & Andy Alexis-Baker (Cascade Books: Eugene, Oregon 2012), pp.138-49.
102. Futures Singular and Plural: Towards the Noosphere, ed. Tim Addey (Prometheus Books: Westbury, Wiltshire 2013), pp.29-67.
103. ‘Ask now the beasts and they shall teach thee’: Animals as Religious Subjects, edds. Celia Deane-Drummond, David L.Clough & Rebecca Artinian-Kaiser (Bloomsbury: London 2013), pp.15-34
104. The Classical Origins of Natural Theology: The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology, ed. Russell Re Manning (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2013), pp.9-22.
105. Personal Identity and Identity Disorders: Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychiatry, edds., K.W.M.Fulford, Martin Davies, George Graham, John Z.Sadler, Giovanni Sanghellini and Tim Thornton (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2013), pp.911-28
106. Living the Pyrrhonian Way: The Science, Politics, and Ontology of Life-Philosophy, edds., Scott M.Campbell & Paul W.Bruno (Bloomsbury: London 2013), pp.197-209.
107. God, Reason and Extraterrestrials: God, Mind and Knowledge, ed. Andrew Moore (Ashgate: London 2014), pp.171-86.
108. Silence in the Land of Logos: Triune God: incomprehensible but knowable – the philosophical and theological significance of St Gregory Palamas for contemporary philosophy and theology., ed., Constantinos Athanasopoulos (Cambridge Scholars: Cambridge 2015), pp.83-101.
109. Going beyond our Worlds to Find the World – what reason is really for: Animals: new essays, ed. Andreas Blank (Philosophia Verlag: Munich 2016), pp.397-418.
110. Animals Real and Virtual: Science and the Self: Animals, Evolution and Ethics: Essays in Honour of Mary Midgley Edds. Ian James Kidd & Liz McKinnell (Routledge: London 2016), pp.31-40.
111. Animals in Religion: Oxford Handbook of Animal Studies, ed. Linda Kalof (Oxford University Press: New York 2017), pp.571-89
112. Climbing up to Heaven: the Hermetic Option: Purgatory: philosophical dimensions, edds. Kristof K.P.Vanhoutte & Benjamin W.McCraw (Palgrave-Macmillan: London 2017), pp.151-74.
113. Classical Mediterranean Conceptions of the Afterlife: The Palgrave Handbook of the Afterlife, edds. Yujin Nagasawa & Benjamin Matheson (Palgrave-Macmillan: London 2017), pp.41-57.
114. Heracles, Hylas and the Uses of Reflection: Plotinus and the Moving Image, edds. Thorsten Botz-Bornstein & Giannis Stamatellos (Brill: Leiden 2017), pp.67-90.
115. Lovecraft and the Search for Meaning: Proceedings of the Colin Wilson Conference, ed., Colin Stanley (Cambridge Scholars: Cambridge 2017), pp.10-45.
116. One alone and Many: The Oneness Hypothesis: beyond the bounds of self, edds, Philip J.Ivanhoe, Owen J.Flanagan, Victoria S.Harrison, Hagop Sarkissian & Eric Schwitzgebel (Columbia University Press: New York 2018), pp.77-89.
117. Plotinus on Remembering and Forgetting: Greek Memories, edds. Luca Castagnoli & Paola Ceccarelli (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 2019), pp.324-43
2. Late Antique Epistemology: Other Ways to Truth , edited with Panayiota Vassilopoulou (Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke 2009), 353 pp
3. Philosophy as a Way of Life, edited with Michael McGhee & Michael Chase (Wiley-Blackwell: New York 2013)
1. The use of ‘man’s function’ in Aristotle: Ethics 82.1972, pp.269ff
2. God, good and evil: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 77.1977, pp.247ff
3. Animal Wrongs: Analysis 38.1978, pp.147-9.
4. The Rights of Wild Things: Inquiry 22.1979, pp.171ff
5. Prawa Zwierzat, tr. Z.Nierada: Etyka 18.1980, pp.77-86.
6. The absence of a gap between Fact and Value: Aristotelian Society Supplementary Vol. 54.1980, pp.225-40..
7. God’s Law and Morality: Philosophical Quarterly 32. 1982, pp.339-47.
8. Aristotle’s Woman: History of Political Thought 3.1982, pp.177-91
9. Sexual Ontology and the Group Marriage: Philosophy 58.1983, pp.215-27.
10. Waking-up: a neglected model for the After-life: Inquiry 26.1983-4, pp.209-30.
11. Just War Theory: The Philosopher, October 1983, pp.2-12.
12. Morals, Moore and Macintyre: Inquiry 26.1983-4, pp.425-45.
13. Slaves and Citizens: Philosophy 60.1985, pp.27-46.
14. Hume, animals and the objectivity of morals: Philosophical Quarterly 25.1985, pp.117-33.
15. Christian Responsibility for the Environment: Modern Churchman 38.1986, pp.24-31.
16. Icons, Sacred Relics, Obsolescent Plant: Journal of Applied Philosophy 3.1986, pp.201-10.
17. Animals, Ecosystems and the Liberal Ethic: Monist 70.1987, pp.114-33.
God’s Law and
19. The City of the Wise: Apeiron 20.1987, pp.63-80.
20. How to Believe in Fairies: Inquiry 30.1988, pp.337-55.
21. Robotic Morals: Cogito 2.1988.
22. Cupitt and the Divine Imagining: Modern Theology 5.1988, pp.45-60.
23. Mackie and the Moral Order: Philosophical Quarterly 39.1989, pp.98-144.
24. On Wishing there were Unicorns: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 90.1990, pp.247-65.
25. Notes on the Underground: Inquiry 33.1990, pp.27-37.
26. World Religions and World Orders: Religious Studies 26.1990, pp.43-57.
27. New Issues: Eradicating the Obvious: Journal of Applied Philosophy 8.1991, pp.121-5.
29. Orwell and the Anti-Realists: Philosophy 67.1992, pp.141-54.
30. Where have all the Angels gone? Religious Studies 28.1992, pp.221-34.
31. Minds, Memes and Rhetoric Inquiry 36.1993, pp.3-16.
32. Social, Moral and Metaphysical Identities: Personalist Forum 8.1992, pp.159-62.
33. New Issues: Philosophy and Popular Cosmology Journal of Applied Philosophy 10.1993, pp.115-22.
34. Olaf Stapledon (1886-1950) International Science Reviews 18.1993, pp.112-119.
35. Does the Burgess Shale have Moral Implications? Inquiry 36.1993, 357-80.
36. Companions on the Way: Philosophical Quarterly 44.1993, 90-100.
37. The Possible Truth of Metaphor: International Philosophical Studies 2.1994, 19-30.
38. Extraterrestrial Intelligence, the Neglected Experiment: Foundation 61.1994, pp.50-65.
39. New Issues: Genetic and Other Engineering Journal of Applied Philosophy 11.1994, pp.233-8.
40. Substance: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society Supplementary volume 95.1995, pp.1-14.
41. Objective Values, Final Causes: Electronic Journal of Analytical Philosophy 3.1995, pp.65-78 (http://ejap.louisiana.edu/EJAP/1995.spring/clark.1995.spring.html)
42. Ecology and the Transformation of Nature: Theology in Green 3.1995, pp.28-46.
43. Nations and Empires: European Journal of Philosophy 3.1996, pp.63-80
44. Thinking about How and Why to Think: Philosophy 71.1996, pp.385-404
45. Minds, Memes and Multiples: Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 3.1996, pp.21-28.
46. Commentary on Stephen Braude’s ‘Multiple Personality and Moral Responsibility’: Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 3.1996, pp.55-58.
47. How Chesterton Read History: Inquiry 39.1996, pp.343-58
48. What Ryle meant by ‘Absurd’: Cogito 11.1997, pp.79-88
49. A Plotinian Account of Intellect: American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 71.1997, pp.421-32.
50. Dangerous Conservatives: a reply to Daniel Dombrowski: Sophia 37.1998, pp.44-69
51. The Goals of Goodness: Studies in World Christianity 4.1998, pp.228-44.
52. Conducta decente hacia los animales: un enfoque tradicional: Teorema 18/3, 1999, pp.61-83.
53. How and Why to be Virtuous: Personalist Forum 13.1997, pp.143-60 [actually 2000]
54. The Evolution of Language: Truth and Lies: Philosophy 70.2000, pp.401-21.
55. Have Biologists Wrapped up Philosophy? Inquiry 43.2000, pp.143-66
The Cosmic Priority of Value (Aquinas Lecture,
57. From Biosphere to Technosphere: Ends and Means 5.2001, pp.3-21
58. Feyerabend’s Conquest of Abundance: Inquiry 45.2002, pp.249-68
Slaves, Servility and Noble Deeds: Philosophical Inquiry (
60. Constructing Persons: the Psychopathology of Identity: Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 10.2003, pp.157-60.
61. Progress and the Argument from Evil: Religious Studies 40.2004, pp.181 – 192
62. Deference, Degree and Selfhood: Philosophy 80.2005, pp.249-60
63. C.J.Cherryh: The Ties that Bind: David Seed, ed., Yearbook of English Studies (Maney Publishing: London 2007), vol.37.2, pp.197-214
64. Deconstructing the Laws of Logic: Philosophy 82.2008, pp.25-53.
65. Plotinian Dualisms and the ‘Greek’ Ideas of Self: Journal of Chinese Philosophy 36.2009, pp.554-67.
66. Religion and Law – response to Michael Moxter: Ars Disputandi, Supplementary Volume 5.2011,pp.57-71
67. Folly to the Greeks: Good Reasons to Give up Reason: European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 4.2012, pp.93-113
68. Moments of Truth: The Marginal and the Real: The European Legacy, 17.2012, No. 6, pp. 769–778 DOI: 10.1080/10848770.2012.715808
69. Townships, Brigands and a Shared Religion: Griffith Law Review 21.2012, pp.392-412.
70. Imaginary futures and moral possibilities: blossoming in the morn of days: International Social Science Journal 62.2013, Issues 205-5, pp.301-12. DOI: 10.1111/issj.12004
71. Atheism Considered as a Christian Sect Philosophy 90.2015, pp 277 – 303.
72. Platonists and Participation: Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 71.2015, pp. 249-266: DOI 10.17990/RPF/2015_71_2_0249
73. Changing Kinds – Aristotle and the Aristotelians: Diametros 45, September 2015, pp.19-34: DOI: 10.13153/diam.45.2015.794
74. Late pagan alternatives: Plotinus and the Christian gospel: Religious Studies July 2016, pp 1 – 16: DOI: 10.1017/S0034412516000184.
75. Patrides, Plotinus and the Cambridge Platonists: British Journal for the History of Philosophy 25.2017, pp. 858-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09608788.2016.1255179
76. The Sphere with Many Faces: Dionysius, Vol. XXXIV, Dec. 2016, 8–26.
77. Who is God: European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 8 (4).2016, pp.1-22.
78. Citizens of the World and their Religion: Philosophical Papers 48:1.2019, pp.103-122, DOI: 10.1080/05568641.2019.1585201
1. Animals and Philosophy: The Vegetarian July 1977, p.17.
2. The Rights of the Wild and the Tame: Chronicles of Culture 9.8: 1985, pp.20-2.
Olaf Stapledon, Science-fiction philosopher: Times Higher Education Supplement
Richard Dawkins: Blind
Watchmaker: Times Literary Supplement
5. Olaf Stapledon: Philosopher and Fabulist Chronicles of Culture 10.12: 1986, pp.14-8: https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/olaf-stapledon-philosopher-and-fabulist/
The One Incomprehensible Thing: Religion and Science: proceedings of a symposium at
7. Having Opinions: Chronicles of Culture 11.4: 1987, pp.13-5.
8. Utility, Rights and the Domestic Virtues: Between the Species 4.1988, pp.235-46.
9. A View of Animals and How they stand: Animal-Human relationships: some philosophers’ views (RSPCA: London 1988), pp.4-5.
10. Ethics and the Peaceable Kingdom: 10th Frey Ellis Memorial Lecture 1988 (Vegan Society, London 1988).
11. The Spiritual Meaning of Philosophy: Chronicles of Culture 13.9: 1989, pp.14-19.
12. Retrospective 1988-45: Between the Species 4.1990
13. A Disposition for Destruction?: Argument 1. 1990, pp.9-16.
14. The Teaching of Ethics: Humane Education Newsletter 1991, 2.1, pp.4-6.
15. Philosophy Lists: Computers and Texts 3.1992, 7-8.
Paul Davies: The
Mind of God: Times Literary
17. Status and Contract Societies: the non-human dimension National Geographical Journal of India 41.1995, pp.225-30
18. Conservation and Animal Welfare: Chronicles of Culture 20.6: 1996, pp.13-16.
Charles Taliaferro: Consciousness
and the Mind of God: Times Literary Supplement
Stephen Budiansky: The
Covenant of the Wild why animals chose domestication; Roy Willis, ed., Signifying Animals Human meaning in the
natural world: Times Literary Supplement
Frans de Waal: Good
Natured: the Origins of Right and Wrong in Humans and Other; Robin Dunbar: Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of
Language: Times Literary Supplement
22. Lawrence C.Becker, A New Stoicism (Princeton University Press): Philosophy 74.1999, pp.126-8.
23. Peter Unger, Living High and Letting Die: our illusion of innocence (Oxford University Press): Philosophy 74.1999, pp.128-30.
24. David DeGrazia, Taking Animals Seriously: Mental Life and Moral Status (Cambridge University Press): Philosophical Quarterly 49.1999, pp.246-7.
25. Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze, ed., African Philosophy: an anthology (Blackwell): African Affairs 1999, pp.128-30.
26. Clare Palmer, Environmental Ethics and Process Thinking (Clarendon Press): Studies in Christian Ethics 12.1999, pp.89-91.
27. If Nothing is Sacred, Why are We?: Higher Calling 4.2000, pp.22-26
28. Proper Sentiment and Human Cloning: Philosophy Now 28 (August/September 2000), pp.14-17
29. Alasdair MacIntyre, Dependent Rational Animals (Duckworth): Philosophical Quarterly 2001, pp.266-9
30. Kevin Dolan Ethics, Animals and Science (Blackwell): Animal Welfare 10.2001, pp.454-6.
31. The Status of Zygotes: Philosophers’ Magazine 13 (Winter 2001), pp.
32. Deep Time: 16th Abbott Lecture (Dean’s Office: King’s College London 2001), 22pp.
33. Richard Sorabji Emotion and Peace of Mind (Clarendon Press): Philosophy 77.2002, pp.138-41.
34. Robert Audi Religious Commitment and Secular Reason (Cambridge University Press): Mind 111.2002, pp.639-43
35. What’s in a Name?: Philosophers’ Magazine 23 (June 2003), pp.43-45
Live and Let Live: Interviewed by
37. H.O.Mounce Tolstoy on Aesthetics: What is Art? (Ashgate: Aldershot 2001): Philosophy 78.2003, pp.300-3.
Natali The Wisdom of Aristotle (SUNY
40. Michael Ruse Can a Darwinian Be a Christian? The Relationship Between Science and Religion (Cambridge University Press): Mind 114.2005, pp.773-7
Raymond Tallis The
Hand; I Am; The Knowing Animal (
42. Respecting Sentient Beings: Joan Dunayer’s Speciesism (Ryce): Organization and Environment 19.2. 2006, pp.280-3
Paul J.Griffiths Lying:
an Augustinian Theology of Duplicity (
44. Robert Markley Dying Planet: Mars in Science and the Imagination (Duke University Press): Metascience 15.2006, pp.561–565
45. Kieran McGroarty Plotinus on Eudaimonia: a Commentary on Ennead I.4 (Oxford University Press): British Journal for the History of Philosophy 16.2008, pp.249-50.
46. Can Animals be our Friends?: Philosophy Now 67, May/June 2008, pp.13-16.
47. Chesterton, Science Fiction and Moor Eeffoc: L’Atelier du Roman 55, September 2008, pp.65-73.
48. John Smythies The Trial of God (BookSurge Publishing): Journal of Scientific Exploration 22.2008, pp.443-4
49. In Our Hands: Reform October 2008, pp.17-8.
50. Interview: Abolitionist Online vol.8 http://www.abolitionist-online.com/08_stephen_l_clark.shtml
John Sallis The
Verge of Philosophy (
52. Eyjólfur Kjalar Emilsson Plotinus on Intellect (Clarendon Press): Philosophical Quarterly 59.2009, pp.357-9
53. Stephen J.Pope Human Evolution and Christian Ethics (Cambridge University Press): Studies in Christian Ethics November 2009; vol. 22, 4: pp. 506-509
54. How to Believe in God: Guardian 29 April 2010: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2010/apr/28/religion-philosophy-god-belief
56. John Cottingham Why Believe? (Continuum): Religious Studies 46.2010, pp.539–541
57. Catherine H.Zuckert Plato's Philosophers: The Coherence of the Dialogues (University of Chicago Press): British Journal for the History of Philosophy 19 (4):811 - 815.
58. Timothy Sprigge The Importance of Subjectivity, ed. Leemon McHenry (Clarendon Press): Philosophy 87.2012, pp.310-315.
59. Trent Dougherty (ed.) Evidentialism and its Discontents; Kelly James Clark & Raymond J. VanArragon (eds) Evidence and Religious Belief (Oxford UP): Religious Studies, 49.2013, pp. 134-139.
60. C.Athanasopoulos & C.Schneider, edds., Divine Essence and Divine Energies: Ecumenical Reflections on the Presence of God in Eastern Orthodoxy (James Clarke 2013): Philosophical Quarterly 64.2014, pp.513-517.
61. William Charlton Metaphysics and Grammar (Bloomsbury): Philosophy, 90.2014, pp.532-539
62. Raoul Mortley Plotinus, Self and the World (Cambridge): Classical Review 65.2015, pp.87-9: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0009840X14002467
63. ‘What does philosophy of religion offer to the modern university?’: http://philosophyofreligion.org/?p=320804
64. Why We Believe in Fairies: First Things, 271, March 2017, pp.33-8.
Other reviews in Times Literary Supplement, Times Higher Educational Supplement, Philosophical Quarterly, Mind, Philosophy, Philosophical Books, Journal of History of Ideas, Modern Churchman, Expository Times, Ethics, Religious Studies, Studies in Christian Ethics, New York Times.
1. The Countryside We Want: Report of the 1999 Group, eds., C.Pye-Smith & C.Hall (Green Books: London 1988)
2. Report of the Committee to Consider the Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies in the Breeding of Farm Animals (HMSO: London 1995): ‘The Banner Report’
3. Report on the Implications of Cloning for the Welfare of Farmed Livestock (FAWC: London, December 1998)
4. Animal Procedures Committee Report on Biotechnology (Animal Procedures Committee: London 2001)
1. God, good and evil: J.Houston, ed., Is it reasonable to believe in God? (Handsel Press: Edinburgh 1984).
2. Slaves and Citizens: Libertarian Publications 1985
3. La Natureleza de la Bestia, tr.J.J.Utrillo (Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico 1987)
Ethics and the
5. Icons, Sacred Relics, Obsolescent Plant (extracts): A Better Country: Magazine of the for Rural Theology Association 15.1988, pp.29-32.
6. Retrospettiva, tr.P.Cavalieri: Etica e Animali 2.1988, pp.80-4.
7. La Morale dei Robot, tr.A.Tutino: Prometeo 8.1990, pp.68-73.
8. Remarks on animals and morality: A.Linzey & T.Regan, eds., Animals and Christianity (Crossroad: New York 1988), pp.143-4, 201-2.
9. Animalismo ‘Debole’: La Nuova Ecologia March 1991, pp.68-71.
10. Amando il mondo vivente, tr. P.Cavalieri: Cenobio 40.1991, pp.33-47.
11. Moderne, postmoderne en archaische dieren, tr.E.Bettens: Zoologie: Over (post-)moderne dieren: Antwerpen 93, vol.4, B.Verschaffel & Mark Vermink, eds, (J.M.Meulenhoff: Amsterdam 1993), 79-98.
12. Philosophy Related Resources on the Internet (with Peter Morville): The Internet Compendium, edds. Louis Rosenfeld, Joseph Janes & Martha Vander Holk (Neal-Schuman Publishers Inc: New York & London 1995), pp.231-52 (http://www.liv.ac.uk/Philosophy/list.html)
La Contribution de Stephen
14. Gaia und die Formen des Lebens, tr.H.Sezgin: Angelika Krebs, ed., Naturethik: Grundtexte der gegenwärtigen tier- und ökoethischen Diskussion (Suhrkamp Verlag: Frankfurt 1997), pp.44-64.
15. Djur, Ekosystem och Liberal Etik, tr.L.Galmark: Lisa Gålmark, ed., Djur & Människor (Nya Doxa: Nora 1997), pp.223-43
16. Sexual Ontology and Group Marriage: R.Baker, K.Wininger, F.Elliston, edds., Philosophy and Sex, 3rd edition (Prometheus Books: New York 1997), pp.165-76
17. Slaves and Citizens: John Dunn & Ian Harris, eds., Great Political Thinkers: Aristotle (Edward Elgar: Cheltenham 1997), Volume 2, pp.97-116
18. Vegetarianism (extracts from The Moral Status of Animals): Kerry Walters & Lisa Portmess, edds., Ethical Vegetarianism from Pythagoras to Peter Singer (SUNY Press: New York 1998), pp.204-7.
19. A View of Animals and How They Stand (originally RSPCA pamphlet, 1988): Rosalind Hursthouse Ethics, Humans and Other Animals (Routledge: London 2000), pp.230-2.
20. World Religions and World Orders: Charles Taliaferro & Paul.J.Griffiths, edds., Philosophy of Religion (Blackwell: Oxford 2003), pp.21-30
21. Against Pantheism and Naturism: Jeff Astley, David Brown & Ann Loades, edds., Creation: a selection of key readings (T. & T.Clark: London 2003), pp.82-5 (extracts from How to Think about the Earth and Animals on the Agenda).
22. Nothing without Mind, re-issued in CDROM for Templeton Foundation Project
23. Cynics: Ted Honderich, ed., Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005, 2nd edition), pp.185-6
24. Epictetus: Ted Honderich, ed., Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005, 2nd edition), pp.256-7
25. Pyrrho: Ted Honderich, ed., Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005, 2nd edition), p.273
26. Hermetic Corpus: Ted Honderich, ed., Oxford Companion to Philosophy (Oxford University Press: Oxford 2005, 2nd edition), pp.380-1
27. Biology and Christian Ethics, translated into Chinese (Peking University Press: Peking 2007), 300pp.
28. G.K.Chesterton: Thinking Backward, Looking Forward, translated into Russian by Ljubov' Summ (St Andrews Biblical Theological Institute: Moscow 2009), xiv + 257
29. God, Religion and Reality, reissued with introduction by David Bentley Hart (Angelico Press, New Hampshire 2017).
30. The Mysteries of Religion reissued with new preface by Wipf and Stock 2017.
31. From Athens to Jerusalem reissued by Angelico Press 2019.
1. Discerning the Spirits: Healing and the Moral Problems of Efficacy: Spiritual Healing: Science, Meaning, and Discernment, ed. Sarah Coakley (Eerdmans)
2. The Case of John Wren-Lewis: Atheisms, edds. Victoria Harrison & Harriet Harris
3. Commentary on Plotinus VI.9 On the One, or the Good (Parmenides Publishing: Las Vegas).
4. How to Believe in People (Angelico Press: New Hampshire)
Plotinian Ethics; assorted essays on SF and Philosophy
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