Monday, September 25, 2006

Vita

EDUCATION

B.A., Randolph-Macon College, 1957
B.D., Duke University, 1960
Research Student, Marburg University, Summer, 1963
Ph.D., The University of Glasgow, 1964

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Randolph-Macon College, 1964-66
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Randolph-Macon College, 1966-68
Professor of Philosophy, Randolph-Macon College, 1968-70
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of South Carolina, 1970-73
Professor of Philosophy, University of South Carolina, 1973-2002. Distinguished Professor Emeritus 2001-
Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of South Carolina 1972-87

HONORS AND GRANTS

Philosophy of Religion in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Eugene Thomas Long. eds. Jeremiah Hackett and Jerald Wallulis (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Spring, 2004)Includes a biography and list of works published.

Franklin J. Matchette Conference Grant, 1988

Russell Award for Research in the Humanities, 1986

Franklin J. Matchette Conference Grant, 1978

Phi-Beta Kappa, Randolph-Macon College, 1973

American Council of Learned Societies Travel Grant, 1973

Research And Productive Scholarship Grants, University of South Carolina, 1971, 1978, 1982

University of South Carolina Educational Foundation Travel Grant, 1972

Fellow in the Humanities, Duke University-University of North Carolina, 1968-69

Research Fellow, National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer, 1968

Professional Offices

Chair: Founder’s Medal Committee(Metaphysical Society of America) 1998-99

President, Metaphysical Society of America, 1997-98

World Congress of Philosophy Program Committee Member, 1995-98

Secretary-Treasurer, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, and ex officio member Eastern Division Program Committee and APA national Board of Officers, 1985-94

J.N. Findlay Book Award Committee, 1995

Franklin J. Matchette Foundation Advisory Committee, 1992-

President, Society for Philosophy of Religion, 1980-81

Sweet Briar College, Program Evaluator, 1991

Review of Metaphysics Dissertation Award Committee, 1987

National Endowment for the Humanities Panel Member for Research Stipends(1985), Educational Programs (1987), State Humanities Programs(1987)

Emory University Program Evaluator, 1982

South Carolina Committee on the Humanities, 1981-85

Society for Advancement of American Philosophy Program Chair, Eastern Division APA, 1978, 79

Secretary-Treasurer, Metaphysical Society of America, 1977-83

South Carolina Educational Television Consultant, 1977

Executive Committee, Society for Philosophy of Religion, 1976-79

Executive Committee, Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, 1976-79

Griffith Award Committee, SSPP, 1973

Vorhees College Program Consultant, 1972

Randolph-Macon College representative to Virginia Humanities Association, 1968

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Primary teaching experience in the areas of Philosophy of Religion, Philosophical Theology, Phenomenology and Existentialism, and Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European Philosophy.

Theses and dissertations directed at South Carolina: Poetry and Thinking in the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger (Thomas MacClanahan), Martin Buber's Philosophical Anthropology (James Dukes), Heidegger and the Idea of Community (James Liszka), Nietzsche on Truth (Maxie Hallman), Authenticity and Temporality in Heidegger's Being And Time (Ronnie Cooper), Alvin Plantinga and the Rationality of Religious Belief (Peter Hager), The Evidential Argument from Evil(Stephen Napier), Karl Jaspers on Philosophical Faith and Religious Pluralism (Paul Graham), The Self in Community: An Exploration of Authentic Being-with-others (Sara Lyn Habegger Shady), Self and Transcendence: A Study in the Phenomenology of Religion (Jennifer Emmert)

“Philosophy and Religion in the Twentieth Century, "a forty minute Educational Television video with H.B.Pannill (Richmond, Virginia, 1965).

Lecturer, Institute for the Humanities, Richmond Public Schools (Summer, 1970) held at Virginia Commonwealth University

"An Interview with John Hick", University of South Carolina Instructional Services Video (with Kevin Lewis), May, 1982.

EDITORIAL BOARDS AND ACTIVITIES

Editor-in-Chief, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion (Kluwer Academic Publishers), 1990-.

Editor, Handbook of Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, a multi-volume handbook being published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996-. Vols. 1(Twentieth Century Philosophy of Religion 1900-2000), 2(The Thomist Tradition), 3(Analytic Philosophy of Religion) in print.

Editorial Board, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion (1975-90.)

American Council of Learned Societies Advisory Editorial Board for the Edition of the Works of William James published by the Harvard University Press, (1974-1988).

American Council of Learned Societies Advisory Editorial Board for the edition of the Letters of William James being published by the University Press of Virginia (1988-2005).

Advisory Editor, Southern Journal of Philosophy (1978-1990).

Manuscripts reviewed for: University of Massachusetts Press, University of Alabama Press, University of South Carolina Press, Paragon House Publishers, Catholic University of America Press, Prentice Hall, Cornell University Press, State University of New York Press, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Springer Verlag, Yale University Press, Northwestern University Press

Publications

I. Books

1. Jaspers and Bultmann: A Dialogue Between Philosophy and Theology in the Existentialist Tradition (Durham: Duke University Press, 1968).

2. God, Secularization and History: Essays in Memory of Ronald Gregor Smith (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1974), Editor and Contributor.

3. Experience, Reason and God: Essays in the Philosophy of Religion (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University Press of America, 1980), Editor and Contributor.

4. God and Temporality, (New York: Paragon House Publishers, 1984), Co-Editor with Bowman Clarke and Contributor.

5. Existence, Being and God: An Introduction to the Philosophical Theology of John Macquarrie (New York: Paragon House Publishers, 1985).

6. Being and Truth: Essays in Honour of John Macquarrie (London: SCM Press, 1986), Co-Editor with Alistair Kee and Contributor.

7. Prospects for Natural Theology (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 1992), Editor and Contributor.

8. God, Reason and Religions (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995), Editor and Contributor.

9. Twentieth Century Western Philosophy of Religion: 1900-2000 (Dordrecht:Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000).

10. Issues in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion (Dordrecht:Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001), Editor and Contributor.

11. Self and Others: Essays in Contemporary Continental Philosophy of Religion (Dordrecht: Springer, 2007) Editor and contributor.

12. Ethics of Belief: Essays In Tribute to D.Z. Phillips (Dordrecht : Springer 2009) Editor with Patrick Horn and contributor

ARTICLES

1. "Liberal Education and the College Curriculum" in The Randolph-Macon College Alumni Bulletin, Fall 1967, 10-11, 37-40. Trustee (May, 1969).Excerpted and reprinted in Trustee, vol.23, no.2, March, 1969, 2-4.

2. “A Review of an Important Volume, ” review article of Christian History and Interpretation: Studies Presented to John Knox in Randolph-Macon College Bulletin, Fall 1968, 24-29.

3. "Philosophy and Design for a New Curriculum" in President's Bulletin Board, July/August, 1969, 3-5.

4. "Being and Thinking, " The Southern Journal of Philosophy Summer, vol.9, no.2, 1971, 131-140.

5. "Friedrich Nietzsche" in Victorian Revolutions (Columbia: Honors Program, University of South Carolina, 1972), 143-170.

6. "Comment on Dieter Henrich, Some Historical Presuppositions of Hegel's System, " Hegel and the Philosophy of Religion, ed., Darrel Christensen (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1972), 50-54.

7. "Ronald Gregor Smith: A Kierkegaardian Figure" in Southern Humanities Review, vol.6, no.4, Fall, 1972, 393-403.

8. "Jaspers' Philosophy as a Model for Theological Reflection" in International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, vol.3, no.1, 1972, 35-43.

9. "A Thinking Alternative to Seinsdeken?" Proceedings of the VIIIth Interamerican Congress of Philosophy, Brasilia, Brazil, 1972.

10. "Language and Meaning in Heidegger's Being and Time." Proceedings of the XVth World Congress of Philosophy (Bulgaria: Sophia Press, 1974), 367-373.

11. "Jaspers in English, " Review article in the Southern Journal of Philosophy, vol.XII, no.3, Fall, 1974, 397-403.

12. Review article: The Other Dimension: A Search for the Meaning of Religious Attitudes by Louis Dupre, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1974, 176-180

13. "God, Secularization and History" in God, Secularization and History: Essays in Memory of Ronald Gregor Smith, (Columbia: The University of South Carolina Press, 1974), 9-25.

14. "Bibliography of the Works of Ronald Gregor Smith" in God, Secularization and History, 149-157.

15. "Persons, Law and Society" in Philosophy and Civil Law: Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1976, 125-137.

16. "John Macquarrie on Language, Being and God, " The Review of Metaphysics, vol.XXX, no.2, December, 1976, 255-279.

17. "Martin Heidegger (1889-1976), an obituary in "The Review of Metaphysics, ” December, 1976, 387-388.

18. "John Macquarrie on `God Exists', " International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, X, No. 4, 1979, 255-264.

19. "Experience, Raison Et Croyance Religieuse D'Apres H.D. Lewis, " Archives de Philosophie, 43, 3, 1980, 385-409.

20. "John Macquarrie on God, " Perspectives in Religious Studies, vol. VII, no.3, Fall, 1980, 215-226.

21. "Introduction: Experience, Reason and God, " in Experience, Reason and God (Washington, D.C.:The Catholic University of America Press, 1980), 1-4.

22. "Lewis on Experience, Reason and Religious Belief, " The Review of Metaphysics, vol. XXXV, no.1, September, 1981, 87-109.

23. "Experience and the Justification of Religious Belief, " Religious Studies, December, 1981, 499-510. Reprint in God: The Contemporary Discussion, eds., Frederick Sontag and M. Darrol Bryant (New York: Rose of Sharon Press, 1982). Translated into Korean, 1983.

24. "Comment on C. Peden: The Chicago School (1906-1926), " Ultimate Reality and Meaning, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1983, 141-142.

25. "John Macquarrie on Ultimate Reality and Meaning, " Ultimate Reality and Meaning, Vol. 6, No. 4, 1983, 300-320.

26. "God and Temporality: A Heideggerian View, " in God and Temporality, eds. Bowman Clarke and Eugene Long (New York: Paragon House, 1984), 121-132.

27. "Humanity, Being and World History, " in The Defense of God, eds., John Roth and Frederick Sontag (New York: New Era, 1985), 135-147.

28. "Cantwell Smith's Proposal for a World Theology, " Faith and Philosophy, vol. 4, No. 2, January, 1987, 3-12.

29. "An Approach to Religious Pluralism, " in Being and Truth, eds. Alistair Kee and Eugene Long (London: SCM Press, 1986), 247-263.

30. "Temporality and Eternity, " International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, Vol. 22, 1987, 185-189.

31. "Lord Gifford and His Lectures: The First Year (1888-1889), " Studies in Scottish Literature, Vol. XXIII, 1988, 25-47.

32. "The Gifford Lectures and the Glasgow Hegelians, " The Review of Metaphysics, vol. 43, December, 1989, 357-384.

33. "Christianity and Humanism, " The Personalist Forum, vol.V, no.2, Fall, 1989, 119-136.

34. "Religious Pluralism and the Ground of Religious Faith, " Logic, Metaphysics and God, Editor, James Harris (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Presses, 1992), 87-97.

35. "Prospects for Natural Theology, " Prospects for Natural Theology (Washington, D.C., The Catholic University of America Press, 1992), 1-27.

36. "Experience and Natural Theology", Prospects for Natural Theology (Washington, D.C., The Catholic University of America Press, 1992), 207-220. Reprinted in The Epistemic Status of Religion, eds., Bowman Clarke and William Power, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 31, 1992, 119-132.

37. "Philosophy and Religious Pluralism, " in The Philosophy of Paul Weiss, ed. Lewis Hahn (Chicago: Open Court, 1995), 373-383.

38. "God, Reason and Religions: An Introduction, " in God, Reason and Religions (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995), 1-15.

39. "Cumulative Index Volumes 1-38 (1970-1995)” International Journal for Philosophy of Religion (1970-95), with Nayna Jivan in God, Reason and Religions (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995), 183-227.

40. "The Gifford Lectures and the Scottish Personal Idealists, " The Review of Metaphysics, vol.49, no.2, December, 1995, 365-395.

41. “Quest for Transcendence, ” The Review of Metaphysics, 52, September, 1998, 3-19. Reprinted in The Philosophical Age (St. Petersburg, Russia: St. Petersburg Center for History of Ideas, 1998), 17-32 and International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion, 45, February, 1999, 51-65.

42. “Western Philosophy of Religion in the Last One Hundred Years, ” in Philosophy: The Last One Hundred Years, ed. Brian Shanley(Washington, D.C., The Catholic University of America Press, 2001), 238-71.

43. “Contemporary Philosophy of Religion: Issues and Approaches” in Issues in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001), 1-9.

44. “Hywel D. Lewis” in The Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Philosophers, ed. Stuart C. Brown (Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005), pp.563-57.

45. “Basil Mitchell” in The Dictionary of Twentieth-Century British Philosophers, ed. Stuart C. Brown (Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005), pp. 680-87.

46. “Ivor Leclerc” in The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers, ed. Stuart Brown(Bristol: Thoemmes Continium, 2005), pp. 549-54.

47. “A.R.C. Duncan” in The Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers, ed. Stuart Brown(Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, 2005), pp.244-45.

48. “Philosophy of Religion After Postmodernism” in Nature, Truth and Value: Exploring the Thinking of Frederick Ferré , eds. George Allan and Merle Allshouse (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2005), pp.83-97.

49. "Suffering and Transcendence" in Self and Other: Essays in Contemporary Continental Philosophy ( Dordrecht: Springer, 2007)

50. 'Ethics of Belief: Introduction" in Ethics of Belief: Essays in Tribute to D.Z. Phillips (Dordrecht: Springer, 2008)

IV. Other Articles

"These Mountains, " a monthly series on Carolina Mountain Life, Thought and Culture, The Crossroads Chronicle, Cashiers, North Carolina (July 1991-94)

V. Reviews

1. Emilio Willems, Followers of the New Faith (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1967) in Methodist History (Spring, 1968).

2. L.L. Duroche, Aspects of Criticism: Literary Study in Present Day Germany (The Hague: Mouton, 1967) and Peter Salm, Three Modes of Criticism: The Literary Theories of Scherer, Walzel and Staiger(Cleveland: Case Western Reserve, 1968) in Clio (October, 1972).

3. John Macquarrie, Existentialism (London: Hutchinson, 1972) in The Anglican Theological Review (October, 1972).

4. Irwin C. Lieb, The Four Faces of Man (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971) and A.R. Luther, Persons in Love: A Study of Max Scheler's Wesen und Formen det Sympathie (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1972) in The Review of Metaphysics (September, 1973).

5. V. Vycinas, Search for Gods (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1972) in The Review of Metaphysics (June, 1974).

6. Warren Steinkrauss, Philosophy of Art (Beverly Hills: Benziger, 1974) in The Review of Metaphysics (December, 1974).

7. Roman Ingarden, The Cognition of the Literary Work of Art (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1973) in The Review of Metaphysics (March, 1975).

8. Leonard Ehrlich, Karl Jaspers: Philosophy As Faith (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1975), The Review of Metaphysics (June, 1976).

9. Thomas Wren, editor: The Personal Universe: Essays in Honor of John Macmurray (Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1975), The Review of Metaphysics (September, 1976).

10. R.C. Whittemore, ed. Studies in Process Philosophy II, Tulane Studies in Philosophy Vol. XXIV (New Orleans, 1975), The Review of Metaphysics (September, 1977).

11. J.J. McDermott, The Culture of Experience: Philosophical Essays in the American Grain (New York: New York University Press, 1976), The Review of Metaphysics (March, 1978).

12. L. Dupre, Transcendent Selfhood (New York: Seabury Press, 1976, The Review of Metaphysics (September, 1978).

13. Earl E. MacCormack, Metaphor and Myth in Science and Religion (Durham: Duke University Press, 1976), The Review of Metaphysics (June, 1977).

14. K. Wojtyla, The Acting Person (Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, 1979) The Review of Metaphysics (December, 1979).

15. Peter Donovan, Interpreting Religious Experience (London: Sheldon Press, 1979), Religious Studies (1980).

16. C.H. Siegfried, Chaos and Context: A Study of William James (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1978). The Review of Metaphysics (June, 1982).

17. W.C. Smith, Belief and History (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1977) The Review of Metaphysics (March, 1983).

18. Jeffrey Stout, The Flight From Authority (Notre Dame: The University of Notre Dame Press, 1981). International Journal for Philosophy of Religion (1983).

19. Ellen Suckiel, The Pragmatic Philosophy of William James (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1982), Transactions of The C.S. Peirce Society (Fall, 1983).

20. Donald Evans, Faith, Authenticity And Morality (University of Toronto Press, 1980), International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 1984.

21. Steven G. Smith, The Argument to the Other (Chico: Scholars Press, 1983), Faith and Philosophy, vol. 2, No. 1, January, 1985, pp 88-91.

22. H.D. Lewis, The Elusive Self (The Westminster Press, 1982), The Review of Metaphysics, (March, 1985).

23. J.M. Soskice, Metaphor and Religious Language (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985), Review of Metaphysics (December, 1986).

24. Stephen N. Dunning, Kierkegaard's Dialect of Inwardness (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985), Idealistic Studies, 1988.

25. Maurice Friedman, Martin Buber and The Eternal (New York: Human Sciences Press, Inc. 1986, Journal of The American Academy of Religion, 57/4, 1990.

26. Otto Poggeler, Martin Heidegger's Path of Thinking (Atlantic Highlands : Humanities Press, International, 1987) Idealistic Studies, XXI/No.1, Jan.1991, 95-96.

27. Simon Fisher, Revelatory Positivism? Barth's Earliest Theology and the Marburg School (Oxford University Press, 1988), The Review of Metaphysics, June, 1991.

28. John Macquarrie, Jesus Christ in Modern Thought (London: SCM Press, Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, 1990) Critical Review of Books in Religion (1991).

29. Martin Heidegger, Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit (Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1988), Idealistic Studies, Vol.XXII, No.3, 1992, 266-67.

30. Alan M. Olson, Hegel and the Spirit: Philosophy as Pneumatology (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1992), Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, LV No.2, June, 1995, 492-94.

31. John Macquarrie, Heidegger and Christianity (New York: Continuum, 1994), The Review of Metaphysics, XLIX, 2, December, 1995, 415-416.

32. Charles M. Sherover, From Kant and Royce to Heidegger: Essays in Modern Philosophy (Washington, D.C. The Catholic University of America Press, 2003). The Review of Metaphysics, 2004.

33. George Allan, Higher Education in the Making: Pragmatism, Whitehead and the Canon (Albany, SUNY Press, 2004). The Review of Metaphysics, March 2005.

Papers Presented

1. "Comments on Dieter Henrich's, Some Historical Presuppositions of Hegel's System, " Symposium on Hegel and the Philosophy of Religion, Wofford College, 1968.

2. "Being and Thinking, " read at the University of South Carolina Philosophy Colloquium (December, 1969).

3. "The Single One: An Introduction to Nietzsche's Image of Man, " English Honors Lectures, University of South Carolina (December, 1971).

4. "A Thinking Alternative to Seinsdenken?" read at the VIIIth Interamerican Congress of Philosophy, Brasilia, Brazil (October, 1972) and the American Academy of Religion, New Orleans (May, 1972).

5. "Language and Meaning in Heidegger`s Being and Time, " read at the XVth World Congress of Philosophy at Varna, Bulgaria (September, 1973).

6. Commentator on Kenneth Schmitz, "Restitution of Meaning in Religious Speech, " Society for Philosophy of Religion, New Orleans (1974).

7. "Persons, Law and Society, " read at the American Catholic Philosophical Association, Cincinnati, Ohio (1975).

8. "Nietzsche and the Death of God, " Western Carolina University Visiting Scholar Series (May, 1975).

9. "Language, Being And God" read at the Society for Philosophy of Religion, Williamsburg, Virginia, February, 1976, and The Catholic University of America (March, 1976).

10. Chair and Presentor: Section on William James, Bicentennial International Symposium of Philosophy, New York, October 7-10, 1976.

11. Commentator on Richard LaCroix, "The Impossibility of Defining Omnipotence, " American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 28-30, 1976.

12. Commentator on H.D. Lewis, "Religious Experience, " Conference on "Experience, Reason and God, " University of South Carolina,

March, 1978.

13. "John Macquarrie on `God Exists', " Society for Philosophy of Religion, Mobile, Alabama, March, 1979 and The American Academy of Religion, November, 1979.

14. Commentator on Joseph Catalano, "On The Possibility of Good Faith, " International Society For Chinese Philosophy, Charleston, S.C. (1980).

15. "H.D. Lewis on Experience, Reason and Religious Belief, " read at Emory University, February, 1981.

16. "Experience and Argument in Religion, " Presidential Address for the Society for Philosophy of Religion, Wilmington, N.C., March, 1981.

17. "Experience and the Justification of Religious Belief, " read at the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Louisville, Kentucky, April, 1981. Symposium with Frederick Ferre and Bowman Clarke.

18. Commentator on Jude Dougherty, "Church and State in the Political Philosophy of Jacques Maritain, " 1982 American Maritain Association: Centenary Symposium, University of Notre Dame, May, 1982.

19. Commentator: M. Rose, "Macquarrie and Transcendent Theism, " Society for Philosophy of Religion, Wilmington, N.C., 1983.

20. Commentator: Three papers on Jaspers and Religion. The World Congress of Philosophy, Montreal, 1983.

21. "God And Temporality, " Personalist Discussion Group, APA, Cincinnati, April, 1984, and Annual God Conference, Fort Lauderdale, 1983.

22. "Cantwell Smith's Proposal for a World Theology, " Fifth International God Conference, Seoul, Korea, August, 1984 and at Queens University, Belfast, Ireland, 1987.

23. "An Approach to Religious Pluralism, " Duke University Philosophy Colloquium, November, 1984, and West Virginia University Philosophy Symposium, March, 1985.

24. "Being and Competing Religious Claims: A Heideggerian View" International Conference on Absolute Values and The New Cultural Revolution", Houston, Texas, November, 1985.

25. Commentator on James Harris, "An Empirical Understanding of Eternity, " Society for Philosophy of Religion, Tallahassee, Florida, March, 1987.

26. "Conflicting Belief Claims And Religious Pluralism, " The University of Glasgow, Scotland, October, 1987.

27. "Experience and Natural Theology", University of Georgia Conference on "The Epistemic Status of Religion", April, 1988, Western Carolina University, October, 1990.

28. "An Approach to Natural Theology, " World Congress of Christian Philosophy, Quito, Ecuador, July, 1989.

29. "Conceiving the Ground of Religious Faiths, " Conference on God: The Contemporary Discussion, Assisi, Italy, May, 1990.

30. "Philosophy in the United States Today, " and "Foundations of Value in the United States, " Department of Philosophy and Political Science, Yunnan University, Kunming, P.R. China, May, 1992.

31. "On Editing Philosophical Journals, " Conference of Philosophical Societies, American Philosophical Association (Central), April, 1993.

32. "Transcendence, " American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division (Karl Jaspers Society of North America) December, 1994 and Western Carolina University, December, 1994.

33. Commentator on Robert Scharlemann, "Kerygma and Timing in Religion, " Society for Philosophy of Religion, Hilton Head, South Carolina, February, 1995.

34. "From the Ideal to the Empirical: Twentieth Century Western Philosophy of Religion, " The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., September, 1995.

35. “Quest for Transcendence, ” Presidential Address, Metaphysical Society of America, 49th annual meeting, March, 1998, University of South Carolina.

36. “Quest for Transcendence, ” at the invitation of the Petersburg

Scientific Center of the Russian Academy Of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, October, 1998.

37. “Karl Jaspers: Mediator of World Humanity” and “Nietzsche and the Death of God, ” presented at Western Carolina University as a Visiting Scholar of the Honors College, March 1999.

39. “ One Hundred Years of Philosophy of Religion in Ten Pages or Less, ” South Carolina Academy of Religion, Newberry College, February, 2000.

40. Commentator on Frank Kirkpatrick, “The Problem of Basing Knowledge of God on God’s Alleged Acts in History, ” The Society for Philosophy of Religion, Hilton Head Island, February, 2001.

41. “Philosophy of Religion After Postmodernism, ” Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, N.C., April, 2004.

42. “Suffering and Transcendence, ” Purdue University Conference on Evil, West Lafayette, Indiana, April, 2005.

43. "Persons and Suffering," International Personalist Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, 2007

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