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Adame, A. L. (in preparation). Dialogical responsibility: A theoretical dialogue between the work of Martin Buber and Emmanuel Levinas.
Adame, A. L. (in press). The disappointed evangelist: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love ambiguity. Reflective Practice.
Adame, A. L. (2011). Negotiating discourses: The dialectical identities of survivor-therapists. The Humanistic Psychologist. 39, 324-337.
Adame, A. L., Leitner, L. M., & Knudson, R. M. (2011). A poetic epiphany: Explorations of aesthetic forms of representation. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 8, 1-10.
Adame, A. L., & Leitner, L. M. (2011). Dialogical constructivism: Martin Buber’s enduring relevance to psychotherapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 51, 41-60.
Adame, A. L., Pavlo, A. J., Smith, B. M., Schielke, H. J., & Leitner, L. M. (2009). Reflexivity, research, and practice: Explorations in experiential personal construct psychotherapy. In R. Butler (Ed.), On reflection: Emphasizing the personal in personal construct theory (pp. 375-388). Chichester, UK: Wiley.
Adame, A. L. & Leitner, L. M. (2009). Reverence and recovery: Experiential personal construct psychotherapy and transpersonal reverence. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 22, 253-267.
Adame, A. L., & Leitner, L. M. (2008). Breaking out of the mainstream: The evolution of peer support alternatives to the mental health system. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 10, 146-162.
Adame, A. L., & Knudson, R. M. (2008). Recovery and the good life: How psychiatric survivors are revisioning the healing process. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 48, 142-164.
Adame, A. L., & Knudson, R. M. (2007). Beyond the counter-narrative: Exploring alternative narratives of recovery from the psychiatric survivor movement. Narrative Inquiry, 17, 157-178.
Leitner, L. M., & Adame, A. L. (2007, August 8). Mainstream alternative treatments of emotional distress [Review of the book Complementary and alternative treatments in mental health care.]. PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 52 (No. 32).
Knudson, R. M., Adame, A. L., & Finocan, G. M. (2006). Significant dreams: Repositioning the self narrative. Dreaming, 16, 215-222.
Smith, B. M., & Adame, A. L. (2006). Qualitative research methods for psychologists: Introduction through empirical studies [book review]. The Humanistic Psychologist, 34, 299-302.
Adame, A. L., & Hornstein, G. A. (2006). Representing madness: How are subjective experiences of emotional distress presented in first-person accounts? The Humanistic Psychologist, 34, 135-158.
Adame, A L. (October, 2011). “Compassion for Things I’ll Never Know:” The Philosophical Basis of Transpersonal Responsibility. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Psychology for the Other Seminar, Seattle, WA.
Adame, A. L. (September, 2011). Dialoguing Across Difference: Exploring the Identities of Survivor-Therapists. Paper presented at the National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
Adame, A.L., Leitner, L.M., & Faidley, A.J. (July, 2011). The Call of the Other: A Philosophical Elaboration of the Integral Universe. Paper presented at the 19th International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology. Boston, MA.
Adame, A. L. (April, 2011). From Difference to Dialogue: How Psychiatric Survivor-Therapists find Common Ground. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference. Chicago, IL.
Adame, A. L., & Leitner, L. M. (July, 2010). Dialogical Constructivism: A Relational- Existential Approach to Psychotherapy. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Constructivist Psychology Network. Niagara Falls, NY.
Adame, A. L. (July, 2010). Exploring the Identities of Psychiatric Survivor-Therapists. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Constructivist Psychology Network. Niagara Falls, NY.
Adame, A. L., & Leitner, L. M. (October 2009). Beyond Us and Them: What it Means to Identify as a Psychiatric Survivor and Mental Heath Professional. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Conference of the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology. Syracuse, NY.
Adame, A. L. (August 2009). Negotiating Discourses: How Psychiatric Survivor- Therapists Construe Their Dialogical Identities. Paper presented at the 117th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association. Toronto, Canada.
Adame, A. L., Leitner, L. M., & Pavlo, A. J. (October 2008). Relational Devastation, Psychological Suffering, and Healing Through Meeting: Experiential Personal Construct Understandings of Extreme Experiences. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Conference of the International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology. Tampa, FL.
Adame, A. L., Pavlo, A., Smith, B. M., Schielke, H. J., & Leitner, L. M. (June 2008). Reflexive Explorations: Reflections on the Influence of Experiential Personal Construct Psychotherapy. Paper presented at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Constructivist Psychology Network. University of Victoria, British Columbia.
Adame, A. L., & Leitner, L. M. (June 2008). Negotiating Discourses: Construing theDialogical Identities of Psychiatric Survivor-Therapists. Paper presented at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Constructivist Psychology Network. University of Victoria, British Columbia.
(2010) Truth and the Rhythm of Phenomenological Research In Thomas Cloonan (Ed.). Essays in Honor of Amedeo Giorgi. (pp. 123-133). Montreal: Cercle Interdisciplinaire de Recherches Phénoménologiques.
(2010) Psychology and the eclipse of forgiveness. In Michael Barber, Lester Embree, and Thomas J. Nenon (Eds). Phenomenology, Volume 5, Selected Essays from North America, (pp. 151-161), Bucharest: Zeta Books
(2008). Review of Les Todres’ “Emboied inquiry: Phenomenological touchstones for research, psychotherapy and spirituality.” Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 39,
(2008) Intimacy, transcendence, and psychology: Closeness and openness in everyday life . New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2007). When more is better: Dialoguing with video data. (with George Sayre). The Humanistic Psychologist. 35, (4), 387-400.
(2006)Existential-phenomenological psychotherapy in the trenches: A collaborative approach to serving the underserved (with Marie McNabb & Jan O. Rowe). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 37, 171-196.
(2006) The emergence of the dialogal approach: Forgiving Another (with Jan O. Rowe & Michael Leifer). In C. T. Fischer (Ed.). Qualitative research methods for psychologists: Introduction through empirical studies (pp.173-212). New York: Academic Press.
(2005). When intimacy and companionship are at the core of the phenomenological research process. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 5, 1.
(2005). Growing up as a premodernist. In G.Yancey and S. Hadley(Eds.). Narrative Identities: Psychologists Engaged in Self-construction (pp. 208-227). London: Jessica Kingsley Press.
(2005). On navigating despair: Reports from psychotherapists. (with Jan Rowe et al). Journal of Religion and Health, 44, 187-205.
(2004). Review of David L. Smith’s “Fearfully and wonderfully made: The History of Duquesne University’s Graduate Psychology Programs (1959-1999).” Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 35, 115-120.
(2004). Understanding forgiveness at the interpersonal and the collective level. (with Jan Rowe), Ultimate Reality and Meaning: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Philosophy of Understanding, 27, 142-151.
(2003). Facing up to Hopelessness: A Dialogal Approach (with Jan Rowe et al). Journal of Religion and Health, 42, 339-354.
(2003. Bibliography: Human Science Research Studies. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 43, 33-44.
(2002). Making phenomenology accessible to a wider audience. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 33, 19-38.
(2002) From Heroic Illusion to Human Homecoming. In D.Liechty (Ed.).Death andDenial: Perspectives from Psychology, Philosophy and Religion (pp. 29-40). New York: Praeger.
(2001) Human Science Research as the Embodiment of Openness: Swimming upstream in a Technological Culture. (with Karin Dahlberg). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 32, 12-21.
(2000) Meaning beyond “heroic” Illusions? Transcendence in everyday life. Journal of Religion and Health, 39, 143-157.
(1999). Social Constructionism: Homogenizing the World, Negating Embodied experience (with Charles Lawrence). Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 19, 78-89.
James F. T. Bugental: Continuity and change. In Donald Moss (Ed.) (See below), (pp. 260-267).
(1999). Existential-phenomenological psychology (with Alex Carroll), in Don Moss (Ed.).Humanistic and transpersonal psychology: A historical and biographical sourcebook (pp 95-124), Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
(1998). The psychology of forgiveness: Implications for psychotherapy (with Jan Rowe). In: Ronald S. Valle (Ed.). Phenomenological inquiry: Existential and transpersonal dimensions (pp. 227-246). New York: Plenum.
(1997). Truth in the context of relationship: The researcher as witness. In: Phenomenology and Narrative Psychology (pp. 1-29). Pittsburgh: The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center.
(1997). On thriving and disillusionment. In Gert Graversen (Ed.). Et arbejds liv: Festskrift for Professor Eggert Petersen (pp. 75-88). Aarhus, Denmark: University of Aarhus Press.
(1997). Review of Georges Politzer's "Critique of the foundations of psychology." Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. 33, 83-84.
(1996) When the other falls from grace: The process of interpersonal disillusionment. Humanistic Psychologist, 24, 175-189.
(1996) The new generation of diagnostic manuals (DSM-III, DSM-III-R & DSM-IV): An overview and a phenomenologically based critique. (with Mical Goldfarb). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 27, 49-71.
(1995) A brief history of existential-phenomenological psychiatry and psychotherapy (with Judy Dearborn Nill), Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 26, 1-45.
(1994). Embracing human fallibility: On forgiving oneself and forgiving others, Journal of Religion and Health, 33, 107-113.
(1994). Shame and forgiveness, Humanistic Psychologist, 22(1), 74-87.
(1994) The contributions of dialogal psychology to phenomenological research (with George Kunz & Jan Rowe). Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 34, 109-131.
(1993). Review of M. J. Packer and R. B. Addison (Eds.), Entering the circle: Hermeneutic investigations in psychology. In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 24 (2), 190-193.
(1992). Exploring self-forgiveness. (with Jan Rowe et al). Journal of Religion and Health, 31, 149-160.
(1991). Grounding truth in the body: Therapy and research renewed (with Mical Goldfarb). The Humanistic Psychologist. 19, 313-330.
(1991). The theory and practice of dialogal research. (with Mike Leifer). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology), 22, 1-15.
(1989). The psychology of forgiving another: A dialogal research approach. (with Jan O. Rowe et al.). In: Valle and Halling, (pp. 233-244).
(1989) An introduction to existential-phenomenological thought in psychology. (with R. Valle, and M. King). In: Valle and Halling, (pp. 3-16).
(1989). Demystifying psychopathology: Understanding disturbed persons. (with Judy Dearborn Nill). In: Valle and Halling, (pp. 179-192).
(1989). Existential-phenomenological perspectives in psychology, Editor (with Ronald S. Valle). New York: Plenum. (355 pp.)
(1987). Imagination as a constituent in interpersonal living. In E. Murray (Ed.), Psychology and imagination, (pp. 140-174). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.
(1983) Seeing a significant other as if for the first time. In A. Giorgi, A. Barton, and C. Maes (Eds.), Duquesne studies in phenomenological psychology, Vol. IV. (pp. 126-136). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.
(1982) Book review: Drever Kruger's Introduction to phenomenological psychology. In: Phenomenological Information Bulletin, Fall.
(1980) (with Mical Goldfarb) Living in desperation: A phenomenological approach to psychopathology. (260 pp.). Unpublished manuscript.
(1979) Eugene O'Neill's understanding of forgiveness. In A. Giorgi, R. Knowles and D.L. Smith (Eds.), Duquesne studies in phenomenological psychology, Vol. III. (pp. 191-208). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.
(1975). The implication of Emmanuel Levinas' "Totality and Infinity" for therapy. In A. Giorgi, C. Fischer and E. Murray (Eds)., Duquesne studies in phenomenological psychology, Vol. II. (pp. 206-223). Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press.
(2011).What in the Life World is Levinas Talking About? Presentation given at the 9th Annual Psychology for the Other Conference, Seattle University, October 22.
(2011). The Experience of Being Deeply Connected to Another (with Kate Guts, Adam Pierce, Elisabeth Romatz, and Jennifer Schulz.) Symposium given at the International Human Science Research Conference, Oxford University, UK. July 28.
(2011). Teaching phenomenology through highlighting experience. Presentation given at the 3rd Interdisciplinary Conference of North American Phenomenologists, Sherrington, VA. May 7.
(2010). Vital conversations as foundational: How researchers can bring phenomena in to the room. (with Kevin Krycka, Erica Lilleleht, and George Sayre). Presentation given at the International Human Science Research Conference, Seattle University, August 6.
(2009). Giving voice to despair: The power of dialogue in qualitative research. Presentation give at the 20th Annual International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education, Seattle, WA, November 6.
(2009). The experience of interpersonal disillusionment: An empirical phenomenological approach, Presentation given at the annual conference on Phenomenology and the Human and Social Sciences, Arlington, VA, Oct 30.
(2009). Psychology and the eclipse of forgiveness. Presentation given at the International Human Science Research Conference, Molde University College, Molde, Norway, June.
(2009). Experience as evidence: Phenomenology, receptivity, and discovery. Invited presentation, Second Annual Conference on “Giving Voice to Experience: Phenomenology, Research and Clinical practice.” Seattle University, May 9.
Horton, R., & Shewder, R. (2003). "Ethnic pride, psychological well-being and the downside of mainstreaming." In O. G. Brim, C. R. Ryff, & R. C. Kessler (Eds.), How healthy are we: A national study of well-being at midlife (pp. 373-397). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Shweder, R., Haidt, J., Horton, R., & Joseph, C. (in preparation). “The cultural psychology of the emotions.” In M. Lewis, & J. M. Haviland-Jones (Eds.), The handbook of emotions (3rd ed.). New York: Guilford Press.
The Paradox of Power and Weakness: Levinas and an alternative paradigm for psychology. State University of New York: 1998.
Co-editor with Del Loewenthal of the 2005 special edition of European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling, and Health.
"The Graduate Program at Seattle University." Published in The Humanistic Psychologist. Vol. 14, #3, Autumn 1986
"Helping and Healing in the context of the paradox of power and weakness." The Humanistic Psychologist. Vol. 15, #3, Autumn, 1987.
"Contributions of Dialogal Psychology to Phenomenological Research." Halling, Kunz and Rowe, Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Vol. 34, No. 1, Winter, 1994
"Simplicity, Humility, Patience," Published in Psychology for the Other; Eds. Gant and Williams, Brigham Young Univ., Duquesne University Press, 2002.
“Enduring intimate relationships as ethical and more than ethical, inspired by Emmanuel Levinas and Martin Buber.” George Sayre and George Kunz. Journal of Theoretical and philosophical Psychology. 2005.
“Interruptions: Levinas.” Humanistic Psychologist. (Ed. Steen Halling) 2006.
“An Analysis of the Psyche Inspired by Emmanuel Levinas,” Psychoanalytic Review. 2007, 99, #4.
“The Epoché is Demanded by the Other in Lévinas’s ‘Phenomenology of Action.’” The Redirection of Psychology: Essays in Honor of Amedeo P. Giorgi. Interdisciplinary Circle of Phenomenological Research: Quebec, Canada, 2010.
“Conscience of a Conservative Psychologist,” in Into-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology. 2011
Book reviews: Two for Cahiers d’Etudes Levinassienes, Paris, France, 1) On Levinas, (2005) Peter Atterton and Matthew Calarco, Wadsworth Philosophical Continuum. 2) Levinas: a Guide for the Perplexed (2004) B.C. Hutchens. Guide for the Perplexed Series.
Unconditional Kindness to Strangers: Human Sociality and the Foundation for an Ethical Psychology. Author unknown, for Prometheus Books.
"The development of a phenomenologically based therapeutic graduate program: a contribution to pluralism in psychology." Western Psychology Association Convention, L.A.,Cal. Apr, 1981.
"Christian Existential Psychology," Christian Psychological Association Convention, Seattle Pacific University, 1981.
"Helping and Healing in the context of the paradox of power and weakness." Fifth International Human Science Research Conference, University of California, Berkeley, May, 1986.
"A Dialogal Phenomenological Study of Humility." Sixth International Human Science Research Conference, Ottawa, May, 1987.
"Psychology honors the paradoxical: The power of weakness." Seventh International Human Science Research Conference, Seattle University, June, 1988.
"Psychology ought to honor the paradoxical: The power of weakness." Symposia on Nonviolence. University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, October, 1988. Published in Symposium Proceedings.
"The Dialogue of Phenomenology: Facing The Deficit of Our Culture." Steen Halling and
Georg Kunz. Conference on "Phenomenological Psychology and the University: A Cultural Analysis." Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Feb. 11, 1989.
"Phenomenological distinctions and paradoxes for deontological social sciences."
International Conference of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, March, 1993. New School for Social Research, New York, NY.
"Undergraduate Classroom Research: approach (ethical phenomenology), method (dialogal), Content (service)." Symposium on Levinas, at Thirteenth International Human Science Research Conference. June, 1994. Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT.
"Cynicism and Its Antidotes: Simplicity, Humility, Patience," Presented to the National Contract Management Association, Puget Sound Chapter, Oct. 19, 1995.
“Levinas’s Philosophy of Responsibility Radically Challenges the Foundations of Psychology.” Seventeenth International Human Science Research Conference, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka, Alaska, June, 1998.
“Psychology: the Paradoxical Science,” Face to Face with the Real World, conference at Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio, March 17-20, 1999
“Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Evaluating Service-Learning” George Kunz, Angel Bowman, Milana Attison, Susan Robinson, Charles W. Ellis & Le X. Hy. Nineteenth International Human Science Research Conference, Victoria, B.C June 19-22, 2002.
“Inequality for Justice. Emmanuel Levinas’ challenge and contribution to a psychology for the Other.” International Network on Personal Meaning Conference, Vancouver, B.C., July 18-21, 2002
“Enduring intimate relationships as ethical and more than ethical, inspired by Emmanuel Levinas and Martin Buber.” George Sayre and George Kunz. National Coalition on Family Relations Theory Construction and Research Methods conference, Vancouver, B.C., Nov. 2003.
“The big secret: flawed but in recovery,” L’Arche conference, Sharing our hearts, Seattle University. Feb. 19, 2004.
“Psychology as a moral science.” at CTY Odyssey Program, Seattle University, April 17, 2004
“Emmanuel Levinas: embodiment and human science. Human science: the search for methods to reveal valid and reliable descriptions of meaning.” Presented at IHSRC, International Human Science Research Conference, at Brock University, August 2004.
“Therapeutic simplicity, humility, and patience.” IFPE (International Federation of Psychoanalytic Educators) conference, Chicago. Nov. 2004.
“For the Other: the Ethics of Emmanuel Levinas,” Keynote address, International Human Science Research Conference, Bournemouth, England, Aug 13-16, 2005
“How is responsibility therapeutic?” Psychology for the Other Seminar, Seattle Univ. Oct. 2005.
“Psychology for the Other: Levinas’ Challenge to the Political.” North American Levinas Society,Purdue University, May 13-15, 2006.
“Interruptions: Levinas.” International Human Science Research Conference, Kennedy University, California, Aug.3-5, 2006
“Psychology for the Other: Levinas psychoanalysis.” Psychology for the Other Seminar, Seattle Univ. Oct. 2006.
“Levinas Inspired Psychology for the Other.” Keynote speaker. North American Levinas Society Conference, Purdue University, June 10-12, 2007
Krycka, K. (2011 In-press). Peacebuilding from the inside. Journal of Indo-Pacific Phenomenological Psychology.
Price, C., Krycka, K., Brown, N., & Breitenbucher, T. (2011 In-press). Perceived Helpfulness and Unfolding Processes in Body-oriented Therapy Practice. Journal of Indo-Pacific Phenomenology.
Krycka, K. (2011 In-press). Incorporating Research into Your Experiential and FOT Practice: Midwifing the Implicit. The Folio.
Krycka, K. (In-press, 2009). Multiplicity: A 1st person exploration of dissociative experiencing. In C. Purton, Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. London: PCEP Press. Krycka, K. (2009). Levinas & Gendlin: Joint contributions for a 1st person approach to understanding difficult situations in the mid-East. Existential Analysis 20(1), 94-108. Krycka, K. (2008). The nature of our exceeding. In B. Jaison and P. Nowak (Eds.) The Folio. 21(1), 93-105.Krycka, K. (2007). Integrity inside and outside: How personal integrity can spark the moral imagination for peace. Human Development, 8(3), 36-41. Krycka, K. (2006). Thinking at the edge: Where theory and practice meet to create fresh understandings. Journal of Indo-Pacific Phenomenology. 6, 1-10. Special Methodology Edition. http://www.ipjp.org/SEmethod/ Krycka, K. (2005). A Negotiated Hope: A Phenomenological Inquiry of Hope in Illness in Gays and Lesbians with HIV/AIDS. In M. deChesney, (Ed.), Vulnerable Populations. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Publishers Krycka, K. & Lambo, D. (2002). Gendlin’s Edge: Toward a Fresh Understanding of Gay & Lesbian Presence. In J. Watson and M. Warner (Eds.), Client-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy in the 21st Century: Advances in Theory, Research, and Practice (pp. 247-257). Llangarron, UK: PCCS Books.Krycka, K. (2000). Shamanic Practices and the Treatment of Life-Threatening Medical Conditions. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology. 32(1), 69-87.Krycka, K. (1999). Recovery of Will in Persons with AIDS. Reprinted in Focusing Folio. 18(1), 80-92.Krycka, K. (1999). The Lost Language of Hope: Explorations of the Lived-Experience of Life-Threatening Illness through Focusing. Focusing Folio. 18(1), 93.DeMares, R. & Krycka, K. (1998) Wild-Animal-Triggered Peak Experience: Transpersonal Aspects. Journal of Transpersonal Psychology, 30(2), 161-177.
“Peacebuilding from the Inside”. July 26, 2011. International Human Sciences Research Conference. Oxford University, Oxford, UK.
“Engaging the Data: Exploring Research Practices Using the Implicit.” June 4, 2011. International Focusing Conference. Pacific Grove, CA.
“Felt sensing is at the heart of Eugene Gendlin’s practices of focusing and thinking at the edge.” Presentation at The Fourth Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference (APA, Division 32), Chicago, IL. Krycka, K. (2011, April).
Lilleleht, E. & Nguyen, T. (2006). Together and apart, within and without: Vietnamese perceptions, Western medicine, and a different view of madness. International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, 22, 54-68.Hy, L. X., Nguyen, T., Lilleleht, E., Nguyen, D. H., & Howard, R. W. (2006). Vietnamese cultural and religious feminity: Implications for conflict management and synergy. International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, 22, 565-577. Lilleleht, E. (2005). Paradox in practice? The rhetoric of psychiatric rehabilitation. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 10(1).89-103. Lilleleht, E., Bumpus, M. R., & Hy, L. X. (2005). The spirit is willing but the foundation is weak: Spirituality and psychotherapy. Review of L. J. Miller, Spiritual Awareness Psychotherapy. PsycCritiques – Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books. Howard, R., Lilleleht, E., & Hy, L. X. (2005). The colors of our skin and the contents of our character. Review of V. Siddle Walker and J. Snarey (Eds.), Race-ing Moral Formation: African American Perspectives on Care and Justice. PsycCRITIQUES—Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 50 (12). Lilleleht, E. (2002). Progress and power: Exploring the disciplinary connections between moral treatment and psychiatric rehabilitation. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 9(2), 167-182. Lilleleht, E. (2002). Listening, acting, and the quest for alternatives: A response to Charland and Bracken. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology, 9(2), 189-191. Lilleleht, E. (1997). Discipline and the mad self: Psychiatric rehabilitation, moral treatment, and the chronically mentally ill (Doctoral dissertation, Rutgers University, 1997). Dissertation Abstracts International, 58(04), 2127B.
The Life of Understanding: A Contemporary Hermeneutics. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, forthcoming 2012). “Shared Life” reprinted in Cultural Politics and Identity, ed. Barbara Weber et. al. (Berlin LIT Verlag, 2011), 49-60.
“Where Do We Find Words for What We Cannot Say?: Language and Experience in the Understanding of Life” in Gadamer’s Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation, ed. Andre Wiercinski (Berlin LIT Verlag, 2011), 221-230.
“The Lateness of Arrival in the Event of Understanding” in Internationale Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik 2011, ed. Günter Figal (Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2011), 29-40.
“Hermeneutic Experience and the Demands of Interpretation: On Beginnings” in Gegenständlichkeit und Objektivität, ed. Friederike Rese, David Espinet and Michael Steinmann (Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2011), 206-217.
“On the Hermeneutics of Hermeneutic Phenomenology” in Internationale Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik 2010, ed. Günter Figal (Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2010), 19-33.
“Philosophy and Politics at the End of Metaphysics” in Between Nihilism and Politics: The Hermeneutics of Gianni Vattimo, ed. Silvia Benso and Brian Schroeder (Albany: SUNY Press, 2010), 167-182.
“Gadamer’s Hidden Doctrine: On the Simplicity and Humility of Philosophy” in Consequences of Hermeneutics, ed. Jeff Malpas and Santiago Zabala (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2010), 5-24.
“The Demand of Freedom in Kant’s Critique of Judgment.” Comparative and Continental Philosophy, vol. 1 (2009): 89-104.
“Ideality, Memory and the Written Word” in Internationale Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik 2009, ed. Günter Figal (Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck, 2009), 27-40.
“Discourse, Dialectic, and the Art of Weaving.” Epoche: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, vol. 13, 2 (Spring 2009): 291-298.
“The Incapacity of Language.” The Journal for the British Society for Phenomenology, vol. 40 (2009): 300-311.
“Saying and Hearing the Word: Language and the Experience of Meaning in Gadamer’s Hermeneutics.” Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning, vol. 30, 2 (2007): 146-155.
“Minnets gemenskap I Gadamer’s hermeneutik” in Det främmande I det egna, ed. Jonna Bernemark (Huddinge: Södertörn Philosophical Studies 4, 2007), 77-87.
“On the Continuation of Philosophy: Hermeneutics as Convalescence” in Weakening Philosophy: Festschrift in Honor of Gianni Vattimo, ed. Santiago Zabala (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006), 184-202; Spanish edition: “Sobre la continuación de la filosofía: la hermenéutica como convalecencia,” trans. Francisco Javier Martínez Contreras, in Debilitando la filosofía, ed. Santiago Zabala (Barcelona: Anthropos Editorial, 2009), 217-327.
“Destruktion, Überlieferung and the ‘Originary’: Hermeneutics Between Heidegger and Gadamer (II)” in The Hermeneutic Turn in Phenomenology, ed. Andrzej Wiercinski (Toronto: Hermeneutics Press, 2005), 337-348.
“Our Time: The Time of Modernity as the Time of Tradition.” Kinesis, (Fall 2004): 3-12.
“L’ermeneutica, la storia e il futuro delle nostre parole.” Eidos (2004): 67-80.
“Keeping Gadamer in Mind: Philosophical Discourse in Plato’s Philebus” [in Japanese]. Human Ontology, vol.10 (2004).
“Interpreting Tradition.” The Journal for the British Society for Phenomenology, vol. 34, 3 (October 2003): 297-308.
“Gadamer's Plato and the Task of Philosophy” in Gadamer verstehen/Understanding Gadamer, ed. Wischke and Hofer (Darmstadt: WBG, 2003), 87-100.
“From Phenomenology to Hermeneutics and Beyond: The Transformations of Hermeneutics After Phenomenology” in Kunst, Hermeneutik, Philosophie: Das Denken Hans-Georg Gadamer im Zusammenhang des 20. Jahrhundrets, ed. István M. Fehér (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 2003), 75-88.
“In Memoriam: Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900-2002).” Continental Philosophy Review, vol. 35, 3 (July 2002): 241-243.
“Philosophical Hermeneutics and the ‘Art’ of the Appearing Word.” Studia Phenomenologica, vol. 2, nos. 1-2 (2002): 215-229.
“Phronesis as Kairological Event.” Epoche, new series vol. 7, 1 (Fall 2002): 107-119.
“In the Shadow of Hegel: Infinite Dialogue in Gadamer’s Hermeneutics.” Research in Phenomenology, vol. 32 (2002): 86-102.
“Truth in Time and History: Hermeneutics and the Truth that Strikes Back.” Between the Human and the Divine: Philosophical and Theological Hermeneutics, ed. Andrzej Wiercinski (Toronto: Hermeneutics Press, 2002), 427-439.
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