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Research Area/ Research Interest: Continental Philosophy Psychology

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1.  Forthcoming in Continental Philosophy Review Please quote from the published version
  2.  Continental Philosophy of Technoscience
  3. Anglo-American philosophy in Taiwan: a centennial review
  4.  A critique of the crowd psychological heritage in early sociology, classic phenomenology and recent social psychology
  5.  Philosophy of Technoscience: From Cis-Continental to Trans-Continental
  6.  Introduction: Coming to Terms with Technoscience
  7. Embodied trauma and healing: critical conversations on the concept of health
  8.  Critical phenomenology and psychiatry
  9. Visionary Metamorphosis in the Yogavāsiṣṭha: A Transpersonal Approach to the Existential Crisis
  10. Four impediments to the case for mineness
  11. The Ethics of Innovations in Genomic Selection: On How to Broaden the Scope of Discussion
  12.  misReading Plato: Continental and Psychoanalytic Glimpses Beyond the Mask
  13. The narrative framework of psychological jurisprudence: Virtue ethics as criminal justice practice
  14. Enactment or exploration: T4Tutorials_2 roles for philosophy in the novel of ideas
  15.  The unaffordable and the sublime
  16.  Historical dictionary of Husserl’s philosophy
  17. Stanislas Breton: A Particular Examination
  18.  Taking Watsuji online: betweenness and expression in online spaces
  19. Mimesis and Social Interactions: Conversations with René Girard
  20. Emotion and the Cultivation of Ethical Attention in Narrative Cinema
  21. Emotional Depth, Ambivalence, and Affective Propulsion
  22.  “Being tied to experience”: towards a subjective account of the phenomenology of the event
  23. Pathogenesis: Freud’s Paul and the question of historical truth
  24.  Coming to terms with technoscience: The Heideggerian way
  25.  Integration and Difference: Constructing a Mythical Dialectic
  26. Printing Religion
  27.  Louis Althusser: Science and Ideology
  28. George Orwell, objectivity, and the reality behind illusions
  29.  1 Social theory and education research
  30. Philosophy of Technology and the Continental and Analytic Traditions
  31.  Neoliberalism, Ethics and the Social Responsibility of Psychology: Dialogues at the Edge
  32.  Psychoanalysing Technoscience
  33.  Comparative Philosophy without Method: A Plea for Minimal Constraints
  34.  Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s Phenomenology of the Noosphere
  35.  Emotion, Space and Society
  36. Helen Beebee and Michael Rush: Philosophy: Why It Matters
  37. Joachim J. Savelsberg. Knowing about Genocide: Armenian Suffering and Epistemic Struggles. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2021. 264 pp
  38.  The Spartans: A Very Short Introduction
  39.  New Philosophies of Film: An Introduction to Cinema as a Way of Thinking
  40. Life-Destroying Diagrams, by Eugenie Brinkema
  41.  Dialectics of Technoscience
  42. The philosophy of piety: How muslim women who veil allow us to rethink automaticity, agency, adaptive preferences, and autonomy
  43. Historical Dictionary of Kierkegaard’s Philosophy
  44.  Philosophy, Art, and the Imagination: Essays on the Work of John Sallis
  45.  In Memoriam: George Kunz (1934-2019)/Levinas Issue Introduction
  46. Ontology Matters: Humans and Other Animals in Classical Sociological Thought
  47. The politicization of the educable child through aethereal power
  48.  Elizabeth Bishop: a Very Short Introduction
  49. On the Autonomy of Educational Studies as a Second-Level Discipline
  50. Messay Kebede, Meaning and Development
  51.  Imagining the Gifford Lectures: 134 not out
  52. Free Will And The Rebel Angels In Medieval Philosophy
  53. … cofounding member and president of the European NeT4Tutorials_2rk of Japanese Philosophy (ENOJP). Floriana Ferro is a post-doctoral researcher in Theoretical Philosophy
  54. The anti-Antigone: Pākehā settler masculinity, racialized kinship, and contested paternity in Carl Nixon’s Settlers’ Creek
  55. Kant’s Reform of Metaphysics: The Critique of Pure Reason Reconsidered by Karin de Boer
  56.  A Journey to Philosophy
  57.  The Bible: A very short introduction
  58. A Speculative Afterword
  59.  Polygamy: A Very Short Introduction
  60.  Reading Lacan’s Écrits: From ‘Logical Time’to ‘Response to Jean Hyppolite’
  61.  8 On the Transcendental and Eidetic Resources of Phenomenology
  62. Danto on Dewey (and Dewey on Danto)
  63.  Philosophy and Psychedelics: Frameworks for Exceptional Experience
  64.  The History of Understanding in Analytic Philosophy: Around Logical Empiricism
  65. On Turning Away from “The Empirical Turn”
  66. Psychiatry among Human, Life and Social Sciences, Philosophy, and Religion
  67.  Experimental Philosophy
  68.  Philosophy of Mind: a Very Short Introduction
  69. The Professionalization of Philosophy: From Athens to the APA and Beyond
  70.  Descriptive psychopathology, phenomenology, and the legacy of Karl Jaspers
  71. Age, subjectivity and the concept of subjective age: A critique
  72.  Gender in an Era of Post-truth Populism: Pedagogies, Challenges and Strategies
  73.  Contemporary Phenomenologies of Normativity: Norms, Goals, and Values
  74.  Bridging Pragmatism and Feminism Through Education
  75. What If Meaning of Life Was All About Orientation? An introductory overview
  76. From critique to reaction: The new right, critical theory and international relations
  77. El Habitus según Deleuze. Empirismo superior y primera síntesis del tiempo
  78. Theological Foundations for Moral Artificial Intelligence
  79. Transcendentality and the Gift
  80. Person in Community, Repentance, and Historical Meaning: From an Individual to a Social Ethics in Stein’s Early Phenomenological Treatises
  82. Reading Lacan as or with phenomenology: Implications for psychosis
  83. Mental Science and Moral Science in Nineteenth Century Cambridge
  84.  History of the present: Or, T4Tutorials_2 approaches to causality and contingency
  85. Revitalizing a Humanizing Vision: Contesting GERM Policies with Froebel
  86.  Cassirer and Heidegger in Davos: The Philosophical Arguments
  87. The contemporary resonances of classical pragmatism for studying organization and organizing
  88.  Is There a Hermeneutic Aspect in Carnap’s Aufbau?
  90.  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: a Very Short Introduction
  92. Charles Taylor’s Critique of Epistemology
  93.  Feasibility, Necessity, and Rebellion of Collective Authenticity as Understood Through Heidegger and Fanon
  94.  Fluid Mechanics: a Very Short Introduction
  95. Exploring adolescent computer gaming as leisure experience and consumption: some insights on deviance and resistance
  96. Objects, affects, aesthetics: New materialisms and religious studies
  97. Merleau-Ponty and liberal naturalism
  98. THE DIVERSITY OF OBJECTS-(M.) Kotrosits The Lives of Objects. Material Culture, Experience, and the Real in the History of Early Christianity. Pp. viii+ 243. Chicago …
  99.  Review of: Valery Rees, Anna Corrias, Francesca M. Crasta, Laura Follesa, Guido Giglioni (eds.), Platonism, Ficino to Foucault, Leiden–Boston, Brill 2021 …
  100. Morgan, William (1545–1604)
  101. Philosophical expertise put to the test
  102.  Psychology of Coloured People: A Critical Note to the Dominance of Euro-American-Oriented Psychology over the Psychology of Non-Western Countries
  103. GH Mead and the value of his theory for education
  104. A Friendly Critique of Levinasian Machine Ethics
  105.  Vital Norms: Canguilhem’s” The Normal and the Pathological” in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Pierre-Olivier Méthot
  106. Phenomenological Hermeneutics of?
  107. Using Diaries With Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Guidelines From a Study of Children Whose Parents Have Mental Illness
  108.  The Free Spirit’s Dionysian Mirth: A Laughing Storm to Herald Philosophers of the Future
  109.  Transdisciplinarity Theory Through Plato Philosophy, Taoism, Alchemical Tradition and Jungian Psychology
  110. Existential Perspectives of Psychopathy
  111.  Evangelicalism: a Very Short Introduction
  112. Psychological Jurisprudence as Deconstructionist Method: The Theory and Science of Virtue-Based Research
  113.  How do philosophers and nonphilosophers think about philosophy? And does personality make a difference?
  114.  Wittgenstein Games
  115. Addiction and infinity
  116. Grief, self and narrative
  117.  Fanon’s Socio-Diagnostic and Neurosis of the Colonized: The Colonial Trauma in ‘Twilight in Delhi’
  118.  Continental Pedagogy & Curriculum
  119. Can thoughts be read from the brain? Neuroscience Contra Wittgenstein
  120. Conclusion: Next steps for a science of ideas
  121. Nineteenth Century: The Romantic First Half
  122.  The Marx Through Lacan Vocabulary: A Compass for Libidinal and Political Economies
  123. Adopting Affective Science in Composition Studies: A Literature Review
  124. Decentering “community” in community psychology: Towards radical relationality and resistance
  125. Feminism and the Politics of Resilience: Essays on Gender, Media, and the End of Welfare Angela McRobbie Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2020 (ISBN 978-1-5095 …
  126. Persons, Minds, Souls and Selves: The Difference between the Mental and the Psychological
  127. Han, Byung-Chul, La Desaparición de los rituales. Una topología del presente, traducción de Alberto Ciria, Herder, Barcelona, 2020, 120 pp.
  128. Self-alienation through the loss of heteronomy: the case of bereavement
  129.  Toward a Feminist Lacanian Left: Psychoanalytic Theory and Intersectional Politics
  130.  From a Remote Pedestal to Everyday Life. The Social Role of Art in Gadamer and Dewey
  131. Constructing Professional Identity of Online English Teacherpreneurs for Sustainable Innovation in the English Language Teaching Industry: A Multi-Continental Study
  132. Phenomenological interviews in learning and teaching phenomenological approach in psychiatry
  133. The method of critical phenomenology: Simone de Beauvoir as a phenomenologist
  134. Affective Animal Ethics: Reflective Empathy, Attention and Knowledge Sub Specie Aeternitatis
  135. Guest Editor’s Introduction The Mimetic Condition: Theory and Concepts
  136. Husserl on Significance at the Core of Meaning
  137. Understanding the Problems of the History of Philosophy: Focusing on the Key Areas
  138.  Toward Synergizing Educational Research and Movement Sciences: a Dialogue on Learning as Developing Perception for Action
  139.  Jordan Peterson on Postmodernism, Truth, and Science
  140.  Understanding Hope: A Brief Philosophical Exploration, Drawing on Theology, Psychology, and Personal Loss
  141.  The Metaphysical Basis of Ethics: GE Moore and the Origins of Analytic Philosophy
  142. Tolerance, Disagreement, and the Practical Dimension of Philosophy: Warren Hagstrom’s Interview with Carnap
  143. The JME’s 50-year contribution to moral education: A content analysis 1971-2021
  144. Wellbeing and education: Connecting mind, body and world
  145. Practicing Neighbor Love: Empathy, Religion, and Clinical Ethics
  146.  Compulsive Body Spaces
  147.  Concept Detection in Philosophical Corpora
  148. The Semantic and Epistemological Position of Mystery From the Viewpoints of Gabriel Marcel and Muṣṭafā Malikiyān
  149. Methodological Considerations for Interreligious Theological Engagement: New Directions in Comparative-Dialogical Theology
  150.  An Embodied Predictive Processing Theory of Pain Experience
  151. Idiogenetic Theory of Emotions
  152.  Normality, Abnormality, and Pathology in Merleau-Ponty
  153. Time as Relevance: Gendlin’s Phenomenology of Radical Temporality
  154.  The Short Story: a Very Short Introduction
  155. ” Selling their jobs?”: Thatcherism, voluntary redundancy and worker resocialisation
  156. Religion, Animals, and Contemplation
  157.  Hegel’s Encyclopedic System
  158. Openness to experience, absorption-like states, and the aesthetic, explanatory, and pragmatic effects of literary reading
  159. Conclusion: Science and Liberty
  160.  Grief Worlds
  161.  Social interaction style in autism
  162. The moral value of feeling-with
  163.  Pan-Africanism and Psychology in Decolonial Times
  164. Education’s relative autonomy: A closer look at the discipline’s past, present, and future
  165. Tumbling Up the Mountain: Spiritual Bypassing from a Depth Psychology Perspective
  166. Humanist Redemption and Afterlife: The Frankfurt School in Communist Romania
  167. Philosophy (and Wissenschaft) Without Politics? Schlick on Nietzsche, German Idealism, and Militarism
  169. New Atheism and the Ethics of New Millennium
  170.  William James’s Essays in Radical Empiricism
  171.  Understanding Selfhood to Elucidate the Phenomenology of Mindfulness
  172. Rebooting the end of the world: Teaching ecosophy through cinema
  173. How Things Take Up Space: A Grounded Theory of Presence and Lived Space
  174.  Confucianism, Vedanta and Social Theorizing: Cultivating Planetary Conversations
  175. Abraham, Julie L. Are Girls Necessary? Lesbian Writing and Modern Histories. New York: Routledge, 1996. Abu-Lughod, Lila.“’Orientalism’and Middle East Feminist …
  176. Interview with Ernest Nagel by Remmel Nunn
  177.  Jane Austen: A Very Short Introduction
  178. Culture coding-a method for diversifying artefact associations in design ideation
  179.  Lacan’s Dialectics of Knowledge Production: The Four Discourses as a Detour to Hegel
  180.  Time, memory and alterity in prehistoric lithic technology: Synthesis and perspectives of the French technogenetic approach
  181.  Between Consummation and Catastrophe: The Antinomy of Eschatology
  182.  A Companion to Arthur C. Danto
  183.  Irish Music, An Intangible Cultural Heritage
  184. The Distinctive Phenomenology of Empathy
  185. Architectural concept design process impacted by body and movement
  186. Jürgen Habermas and the public intellectual in modern democratic life
  187. Typical Subjectivity: Transcendental Phenomenology and the Possibility of Intersubjectivity
  188. Ethics and Neuroscience: Protecting Consciousness
  189. Goffman and Foucault: Framing the micro-physics of power
  190. Surveying educational terrain with Wittgenstein and Foucault
  191. Becoming Afflicted, Becoming Virtuous: Darkest Dungeon and the Human Response to Stress
  192.  Clusters, lines and webs—so does my patient have psychosis? reflections on the use of psychiatric conceptual frameworks from a clinical vantage point
  193. ShowShow Community psychology and political economy
  194. Decolonising Participatory Action Research in Community Psychology
  195. Supervision, One of the Main Aspects in Social Work in Georgia
  196. In Other Words…: A Conclusion
  197. Moore’s Early Philosophical Development: 1894–1896
  198. Reductionism: Friend or Foe of an Integrative Social Psychology?
  199. Ethics in the breakdown: Levinas, Winnicott, and schizoid phenomena
  200.  Theodor W. Adorno: A Very Short Introduction
  201. Interrupting Christian Identity Construction: Catholic Dialogue Schools and Negative Theology
  202.  A Journey from the Other to the Mother: A Close Reading of What’s a Lemon Squeezer Doing in My Vagina?
  203. Love’s Resistance: Heidegger and the Problem of First Philosophy
  204. Methodology and Mysticism: For an Integral Study of Religion
  205. Estética más allá del antropocentrismo: la perspectiva evolutiva como punto de encuentro entre análisis ético y estético en la filosofía de Jean-Marie Schaeffer
  206.  Reflections on the Prospects and Perils of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Emic Research
  207. Murdoch and Weil
  208.  Another Way from Davos: Cavaillès’ Critique of Carnap’s Logische Syntax der Sprache
  209. The phenomenology of healing: Eight ways of dealing with the ill and impaired body
  210.  Divergences and Convergences of Perspective: Amerindian Perspectivism, Phenomenology, and Speculative Realism
  211. “You Must Attend to My Wedding Party”: The Power of Punjungan as a Symbol of Wedding Invitation
  212.  T4Tutorials_2 Problems of Comparative Philosophy: Why Conversational Thinking Is a Veritable Methodological Option
  213. Debatte–Discussion: 50 years of „reconceptualist movement “in curriculum research: What remains? With contributions by/mit Beiträgen von: Linda Chisholm …
  214.  Adorno’s Cultural Industry Theory in the Environment of Internet Development
  215. Embodied Hauntings: A Collaborative Autoethnography Exploring How Continual Academic Reviews Increase the Experience and Consequences of Imposter …
  216. Walter Charleton, wellbeing, and the Cartesian passions
  217.  Eugene O’Neill’s Philosophy of Difficult Theatre: Pity, Fear, and Forgiveness
  218. On Eliciting a Sense of Self when Integrating with Computers
  219. Urgent issues and prospects in correctional rehabilitation practice and research
  220. The Motivation, the Approach, the Plan
  221. Levinas and responsibility in the face of violence: a view from Lithuania
  222. The Challenge of Experimental Philosophy
  223.  The Jamesian Mind
  224.  From the Ouroboros and General Cosmology to Kant’s Cinnabar,’Now Red, Now Black’: On Nietzsche and Kant—and Chemistry ‘as a Science’
  225.  A Companion to Public Philosophy
  226.  Fetish Again? Southern Perspectives on the Material Approach to the Study of Religion
  227. The Yi-Jing Cosmic Model as a Framework for Comparative Philosophy

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