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  1. Najjaj, A. (2012). Using the Gulen Movement to Broaden Discussions in the West Concerning Muslim Women. In S. Pandya & N. Gallagher  (Eds.),  The Gulen Hizmet Movement and Its Transnational Activities: Case Studies of Altruistic Activism in Contemporary Islam (pp. 134-166). Boca Raton, FL:  BrownWalker Press.
  2. Najjaj, A. (2007). Is Sipping Sin Breaking Fast?:  The Catholic Chocolate Controversy and the Changing World of Early Modern Spain, co-authored with Beth Marie Forrest, Food and Foodways, 15 (1&2),  31-52.
  3. Najjaj, A. (1990). Noah Fields Drake and the Educational Modernization of China: The Ozark Historical Review. XIX, 3-12.
  4. Ashiabi, G. (2000). Community economic development initiatives: A descriptive study of Community Shared Agriculture. Journal of the Community Development Society, 31(2), 365-379.
  5. Ashiabi, G. (2000). Promoting the emotional development of preschoolers. Early Childhood Education Journal, 28(2), 79-84.
  6. Ashiabi, G. (2000). Some correlates of childhood poverty in Ghana. Journal of Children & Poverty, 6(2), 155-168.
  7. Ashiabi, G., & Arthur, P. (2004).Social policies under SAP in Ghana: Implications for children’s human capital formation. Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 25(4), 645-663.
  8. Ashiabi, G. (2005). Household food insecurity and children’s school engagement. Journal of Children & Poverty, 11(1), 3-17.
  9. Ashiabi, G. (2007). Poverty, children’s nutritional and health status, and schooling outcomes in Ghana. The Western Journal of Black Studies, 31(2), 11 -21.
  10. Smith, D., & Ashiabi, G. (2007). Poverty and child outcomes: A focus on Jamaican youth. Adolescence, 42(168), 837-858.
  11. Ashiabi, G., & O’Neal, K. (2007). Is household food insecurity predictive of poor health status in early adolescence? A structural analysis using the 2002 National Survey of American Families data set. California Journal of Health Promotion, 5(4), 76-91.
  12. Ashiabi, G., & O’Neal, K. (2007). Children’s health status: Examining the associations among income poverty, material hardship, and parental factors. PLoS ONE, 2(9), DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0000940.
  13. Ashiabi, G., & O’Neal, K. (2007). Food insecurity and adjustment problems in a national sample of adolescents. Journal of Children & Poverty, 13(2), 111-132.
  14. Ashiabi, G. (2007). Play in the preschool classroom: Its socioemotional significance and the teacher’s role in play. Early Childhood Education Journal, 37(2), 199-207.
  15. Ashiabi, G. (2008).  African American and non-Hispanic white children’s health: Integrating alternative explanations. Ethnicity & Health, 13 (5), 375- 398.
  16. Ashiabi, G., & O’Neal, K. (2008). A framework for understanding the association between food insecurity and children’s developmental outcomes. Child Development Perspectives, 2(2), 71-77.
  17. Ashiabi, G., & Hasanen, M. (2012). A measure of social of globalization: Factor analytic and substantial validity assessment using a sample of young adult Kuwaitis. American Academic & Scholarly Research Journal, 4(6), 9-20.
  18. Ashiabi, G. (2013). Variations in African American and non-Hispanic white children’s health care utilization. SAGE Open, 3(2), 1-10 DOI: 10.1177/2158244013491404.
  19. Ashiabi, G. (2002). Promoting the emotional development of preschoolers. In K. Paciorek & J. Munro (Eds.), Early Childhood Education (pp. 139-143). Guilford, CT: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin.
  20. Ashiabi, G. & O’Neal, K. (2008).  An ecological view of family involvement, early childhood care and education, and children’s developmental outcomes: An integrative overview. In A. Waddell & R. McBride (Eds.), New research on early childhood education (pp. 55-82). Hauppauge, New York: NOVA Science Publishers Inc.
  21. Rosenstock, M. (2008). Ernst Jünger’s Dangerous Encounter: The Detective Closes the Case on the Adventurer. Monatshefte, 100, 383-399.
  22. Rosenstock, M. (2013). A Tough Case: Peter Ackroyd’s Hawksmoor.  In I. Elsherif & P. Smith (Eds.), Adventuring in the Englishes: Language and Literature in a Postcolonial Globalized World (pp.130-145). Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  23. Salvadore, M. (2007). A Modern African Intellectual: Gäbre-Heywät Baykädañ’s Quest for Ethiopia’s Sovereign Modernity. Africa, 62(4), 560-579.
  24. Salvadore, M. (2010). The Ethiopian Age of Exploration: Prester John’s discovery of Europe, 1306-1458. The Journal of World History, 21(4), 593–627.
  25. Salvadore, M. (2012).  Muslim Partners, Catholic Foes: the Selective Isolation of Fasilädäs’s Ethiopia, Northeast African Studies, 12(1) , 51-72.
  26. Salvadore, M. (2013). Gaining the Heart of Prester John: Loyola’s Blueprint for Ethiopia in Three Key Documents. World History Connected, 10 (3).
  27. Salvadore, M. (2010). The Jesuit Mission to Ethiopia and the Death of Prester John. In A. Kavey (Eds.), World-Building and the Early Modern Imagination (pp. 1555-1634). New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
  28. Salvadore, M. (2011). At the Borders of ’Dark Africa: Italian Expeditions to Ethiopia and the Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana. In A. Caesar, G. Romani, & J. Burns (Eds.), The print media in fin-de-siècle Italy : publishers, writers, and readers (pp. 1867-1887) London: Legenda.
  29. Duarte, M. (2013). Illness, Body, and Nation. Latin American Perspectives, 41(195), 144-60.
  30. Duarte, M. (2010). Blanca Wiethüchter: Desnombrando El Paisaje Boliviano. Bolivian Research Review, 15(18), 277–310.
  31. Nuruzzaman, M. (1994). Post-Cold War UN Peacekeeping: Humanitarian Intervention and Other Issues. Social Sciences Review, XI (2), 127-143.
  32. Nuruzzaman, M. (1994). Confidence-building Measures in South Asia: A Bangladeshi Perspectives. International Studies, 31 (3), 337-349.
  33. Nuruzzaman, M. (1994). South Asia without Nuclear Bombs?. Journal of International Relations, 1 (2), 155-179.
  34. Nuruzzaman, M. (1996). UN Intervention on Humanitarian Grounds: New Humanism or a Chaotic Political Doctrine. Journal of International Relations, 3 (2).
  35. Nuruzzaman, M. (1996). Rethinking World Government as an Approach to World Peace. Journal of Administration and Diplomacy, 4 (1).
  36. Nuruzzaman, M. (1997). Redefining Bangladesh’s India Policy.  Journal of International Relations, 4 (1&2), 73-88.
  37. Nuruzzaman, M. (1998). Nuclear Explosions, Security Stability and Influence in Global Politics: The India-Pakistan Nuclear Explosions in Perspectives. Perspectives in social Sciences,10.
  38. Nuruzzaman, M. (1999). SAARC and Sub-regional Cooperation: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policies in South Asia. Contemporary South Asia,  8 (3), 311-322.
  39. Nuruzzaman, M. (2004). Neo-liberal Economic Reforms: the Rich and the Poor in Bangladesh. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 34 (1), 33-54.
  40. Nuruzzaman, M. (2005). Economic Liberalization and Poverty in the Developing Countries. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 35(1), 109-127. 
  41. Nuruzzaman, M. (2006). Beyond the Realist Theories: Neo-conservatism Realism and the American Invasion of Iraq. International Studies Perspectives, 7(3), 239-253.
  42. Nuruzzaman,M. (2006). Paradigms in Conflict: The Contested Claims of Human Security, Critical Theory and Feminism. Cooperation and Conflict, 41(3), 285-303.
  43. Nuruzzaman, M. (2006). Labor Resistance to Pro-market Economic Reforms in Bangladesh. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 43 (4), 341-357.
  44. Nuruzzaman, M. (2007). The World Bank, Health Policy Reforms and the Poor. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37 (1), 59-72.
  45. Nuruzzaman, M. (2009). The Emerging New Security Order in the Middle East.  IPRI Journal, 9(1), 109-131.
  46. Nuruzzaman, M. (2008).  Liberal Institutionalism and International Cooperation after September 11, 2001. International Studies, 45(3), 193-213 (Online).
  47. Nuruzzaman, M. (2009). Globalizations and Resistance Movements in the Periphery: An Alternative Theoretical Approach. New Global Studies, 3(2), (Online).
  48. Nuruzzaman, M. (2009). Iran on the Global Stage: Assessing Iranian Power and Its Limitations. Pakistan Journal of International Relations, 1(1), 5-27.
  49. Nuruzzaman, M. (2010). Federalism and State Disintegration – United Pakistan, 1947-1971: Some Historical Lessons for Afghanistan and Iraq. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 45(4), 504-521.
  50. Nuruzzaman, M. (2010). Revisiting the Category of Fragile and ‘Failed States’ in International Relations. International Studies,46(3), 271-294.
  51. Nuruzzaman, M. (2012). Conflicts between Iran and the Gulf Arab States: An Economic Explanation. Strategic Analysis, 36(4), 542-553.
  52. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). The Iran Nuclear Deal: A Preliminary Analysis, e-International Relations, (Online) http://www.e-ir.info/2013/12/11/the-iran-nuclear-deal-a-preliminary-analysis/.
  53. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). Towards a Pluralistic Nuclear Middle East, e-International Relations, (online) http://www.e-ir.info/2013/09/29/towards-a-pluralistic-nuclear-middle-east.
  54. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). The Responsibility to Protect Doctrine: Revived in Libya, Buried in Syria. Insight Turkey,15(2), 57-66.
  55. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). The Arab Spring-Inching Towards a Dead End? Global Change. Peace & Security, 25(3), 357-362.
  56. Nuruzzaman, M. (1991). The Superpowers, Germany and European Security Cooperation, BIISS Journal, 12(1).
  57. Nuruzzaman, M. (1991). National Security of Bangladesh: Challenges and Options. BIISS Journal, 12(2), 369.
  58. Nuruzzaman, M. (1992). India-Bangladesh Relations: Why Disputes and Differences Persist?. Asian Affairs,14(3).
  59. Nuruzzaman, M. (1992). The Arms Race in South Asia: Some Approaches to Stability. Strategic Studies, XXVI(4), 27, 43.
  60. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). Human Security and the Arab Spring. Strategic Analysis, 37(1), 52-64.
  61. Nuruzzaman,M. (1993). Global Change and Regional Cooperation in South Asia. Regional Studies, XI(3).
  62. Nuruzzaman, M. (2013). Politics, Economics and Saudi Military Intervention in Bahrain. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 43(2), 363-378.
  63. Nuruzzaman, M. (2008). Societal Responses to Economic Reforms in Bangladesh: The Workers and Peasants’ Movements in the 1980s and 1990s. In V. Kukreja & M. Singh (Eds.), Development and Discontent in South Asia (pp. 171-203). New Delhi: Sage Publications.
  64. Abdullah-Khan, N. (2008). Male Rape: the emergence of a social and legal issue. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  65. Abdullah-Khan, N. (2008). Male Rape: the emergence of a social and legal issue. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  66. Pak, K. (2011). Affirming the Rationality of Religious Traditions, Approximating the Ultimate Reality, and Advancing Good Will.  International Journal for Religion and Spirituality in Society, 1(2) 25-32.
  67. Botz, T. (2012). La Chine contre l’Amérique. Culture sans civilisation contre civilisation sans culture?. Paris: L’Harmattan.
  68. Botz, T. (2011). The Cool-Kawaii: Afro-Japanese Aesthetics and New World Modernity. Lanham: Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield.
  69. Botz, T. (2009). Aesthetics and Politics of Space in Russia and Japan: A Comparative Philosophical Study. Lanham: Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield.
  70. Botz, T. (2007). Films and Dreams Tarkovsky, Bergman, Sokurov, Kubrick, Wong Kar-wai. Lanham: Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield.
  71. Botz, T. (2004). Place and Dream: Japan and the Virtual. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  72. Botz, T. (2006). Vasily Sesemann: Experience, Formalism and the Question of Being. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  73. Botz, T. (2011). Inception and Philosophy: Ideas to Die For. Chicago: Open Court.
  74. Botz, T. (2011).The Philosophy of Viagra: Bioethical Responses to the Viagrification of the Modern World. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  75. Botz, T. (2008). Culture, Nature, Memes: Dynamic Cognitive Theories. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  76. Hengelbrock, J. & Botz, T. (2006). Re-ethnicizing the Minds? Tendencies of Cultural Revival in Contemporary Philosophy. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  77. Botz, T. (2012). The Crisis of the Human Sciences: False Objectivity and the Decline of Creativity. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  78. Botz, T. (2007). L’Architecture Japonaise et l’Occident: de la communication interculturelle en architecture. Toulouse, Daruma.
  79. Botz, T. (2011). America against China: Civilization without Culture against Culture without Civilization?. Culture and Dialogue 2, 79-108.
  80. Botz, T. (2012). What is the Difference between Culture and Civilization? Two Hundred Fifty Years of Confusion. Comparative Civilizations Review 66,10-28.
  81. Botz, T. (2012). The Conscious and the Unconscious in History: Lévi-Strauss, Collingwood, Bally, Barthes. Journal of the Philosophy of History, 6,151-172.
  82. Botz, T. (2011). What Would Nietzsche Have Thought of Virtual Reality? Dionysus and Cyberpunk’ in Continuum. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 25(1), 99-109.
  83. Botz, T. (2005). All-Unity Seen Through Perspective or the Narrative of Virtual Cosmology. Seeking Wisdom 2, (online).
  84. Botz, T. (2004). Virtual Reality and Dream: Towards the Autistic Condition?. Philosophy in the Contemporary World, 11(2), 43-49.
  85. Botz, T. (2003). The Clony-Virtual Dreamsphere in CTheory: An International Journal of Theory. Technology and Culture, (online).
  86. Botz, T. (2012). Critical Posthumanism: Pensamiento y Cultura 15(1), 20-30 (online).
  87. Botz, T. (2006). Genes and Pixels: Popular Bio-Genetics Virtual Aesthetics. Angelaki, 11(2), 169-77.
  88. Botz, T. (2011). America and Viagra: How the White Negro Became a Little Whiter. In T. Botz (Eds.), The Philosophy of Viagra: Bioethical Responses to the Viagrification of the Modern World (pp.145-156). New York, Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  89. Botz, T. (2013).Veils and Sunglasses: the Journal of Aesthetics and Culture, 5(online).
  90. Botz, T. (2013). Can the veil be cool? Journal of Religion and Popular Culture, 25(2), 249-263.
  91. Botz, T. (2012). From the Stigmatized Tattoo to the Graffitied Body: Femininity in the Tattoo Renaissance’ in Gender, Place and Culture. A Journal of Feminist Geography 20(2), 1-17.
  92. Botz, T. (2012). Barbie and the Power of Negative Thinking: Of Barbies, Eve-Barbies, and I-Barbies in Kritikos. Journal of Postmodern Cultural Sound, Text and Image 9, (online).
  93. Botz, T. (2010). Baudrillard on Cuteness. International Journal of Baudrillard Studies 7 (1), (online).
  94. Botz, T. (2008). Wabi and Kitsch: Two Japanese Paradigms. in Æ: Canadian Aesthetics Journal 15, (online).
  95. Botz, T. (2007). Dreams in Buddhism and Western Aesthetics: Some Thoughts on Play, Style, and Space.  Asian Philosophy, 17 (1), 65-81.
  96. Botz, T. (2003). Nishida and Wittgenstein: From “Pure Experience” to Lebensform or New Perspectives for a Philosophy of Intercultural Communication. Asian Philosophy, 13(1), 53-70.
  97. Botz, T. (2000). Contingency and the Time of the Dream: Kuki Shuzo and French Prewar Philosophy. Philosophy East and West 50(4), 481-506.
  98. Botz, T. (1997).Iki, Style, Trace: Shuzo Kuki and the Spirit of Hermeneutics. Philosophy East and West. 47(4), 554-580.
  99. Botz, T. (2002).Vassilij Sesemann: Formalism, Neo-Kantianism, and the Question of Being. Slavic and East European Journal, 46(4), 511-549.
  100. Botz, T. (2000). A New Approach to the Psychic Subject: Vassilij Sesemann, Bakhtin, Lacan’ in Essays in Poetics. Journal of the Neo-Formalist Circle,11-40. Finnish version in Synteesi 199,2.
  101. Botz, T. (1999). A Mediator Between Russia and the West: V. Sesemann as a Philosopher and Semiotician. In E. Tarasti (Eds.), The Finnish School of Semiotics (pp. 41-49). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  102. Botz, T. (2007). Empathy vs. Abstraction: 20th Century Interactions of German and Russian Aesthetics or Attempts to Retrieve the World. CLCWeb, Comparative Literature and Culture 9(2), (online).
  103. Botz, T. (1996). The Structuralist as a Doctor: Thoughts on Lotman, Bakhtin and Gadamer’ in Essays in Poetics. Journal of the Neo-Formalist Circle 21, 103-134.
  104. Botz, T. (2008). Philosophical Conceptions of Cultural Space in Russia and Japan: Comparing Nishida Kitaro and Semën Frank.  Society and Space 5, 842-859. Also reprinted in Journal of Siberian Federal University: Humanities & Social Sciences 6(8),1555-1574. (2013)
  105. Botz, T. (2008). Russian and Japanese Philosophies: A Comparative Study in Philosophical Frontiers. A Journal of Emerging Thought 3(1), 65-85 (online).
  106. Botz, T. (2008). Russia, Japan, China, and the Resistance to Modernity: Eurasianism and Pan-Asianism Revisited. The International Journal of the Asian Philosophical Association (IJAPA) 1(3),  50-61.
  107. Botz, T. (2007). From Community to Time-Space-Development: Trubetzkoy, Nishida, Watsuji.  Asian Philosophy 17(3), 263-282.
  108. Botz, T. (2004). Virtual Reality and Virtual Irreality: On Noh-Plays and Icons’ in Theandros. The Online Journal of Orthodox Christian Theology and Philosophy 2(2), (online).
  109. Botz, T. (2004). The I and the Thou: A Dialogue between Nishida Kitaro and Mikhail Bakhtin.  Japan Review 16, 251-275.
  110. Botz, T. (2010). Genes, Memes, and the Chinese Concept of Wen (文): Towards a Nature/Culture Model of Genetics.  Philosophy East and West, 60(2), 167-186.
  111. Botz, T. (2011). Confucianism, Puritanism, and the Transcendental: China and America. ProtoSociology 28, [Special issue: China’s Modernization 1] 153-172.
  112. Botz, T. (2012). Film Thinks! What about Dreams? A Reading of Daniel Frampton’s Filmosophy.  Film and Philosophy, 17, 192-203.
  113. Botz, T. (2011). The Movie as a Thinking Machine: Second Life and Third World. Inception and Philosophy: Ideas to Die For, Bornstein (Chicago: Open Court,  203-216.
  114. Botz, T. (2011). Philosophy of Film (Continental): Encyclopedia entry, 30 pages, The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, (online).
  115. Botz, T. (2010). Anti-Freudianism Korean Style: Kim Kiduk’s Film Dream. Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema 2(1), 52-61.
  116. Botz, T. (2009). Identity and Otherness in the Films of Kim Kiduk. Asian Cinema 20(2), (online).
  117. Botz, T. (2008). Would You Accept a Politics of “Multi-Realism?” Comparing The Matrix with Tarkovsky’s Stalker and Solaris. Cinemascope 10, special issue on “Falsehood and Cinema” (online).
  118. Botz, T. (2008). Wong Kar-Wai and the Culture of the Kawaii. In S. Cahill, E. Hegarty, E. Moran (Eds.), Waste and Abundance: The Measure of Consumption,  Special Issue of SubStance. A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism, 116, 37(2,) 94-109.
  119. Botz, T. (2007). From Ethno-Dream to Hollywood: Schnitzler’s Traumnovelle, Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut and the Problem of Deterritorialisation in Consciousness.  Literature and the Arts 8(2),  (online).
  120. Botz, T. (2006). Ingmar Bergman and Dream after Freud.  Journal of Symbolism, (online).
  121. Botz, T. (2004). Aesthetics and Mysticism: Plotinus, Tarkovsky, and the Question of Grace. Transcendent Philosophy 5(4), (online).
  122. Botz, T. (2005). Andrei Tarkovsky: Towards a Semiotics of the Strange. Applied Semiotics (online).
  123. Botz, T. (2004). Realism, Dream, and Strangeness in Andrei Tarkovsky. Film-Philosophy 8(38), (online).
  124. Botz, T. (2002). On the Blurring of Lines: Some Thoughts on Alexander Sokurov. Cinetext (online).
  125. Botz, T. (2012). Hyperreal Monuments of the Mind: Traditional Chinese Architecture and Disneyland.  Traditional Dwelling and Settlements Review (TDSR) 22(3), 7-17.
  126. Botz, T. (2009).WANG Shu and the Possibilities of Critical Regionalism in Chinese Architecture. The Nordic Journal of Architectural Research, 4-17.
  127. Botz, T. (2010). Cardboard Houses with Wings: The Architecture of Samuel Mockbee. The Journal of Aesthetic Education 44(3),16-22.
  128. Botz, T. (2007). Wittgenstein’s Stonborough House and the Architecture of Tadao Ando. Daruma 14, Engl. version published on the author’s website, (online).
  129. Botz, T. (2005). Magic Internationalism or the Paradox of Globalization: Louis Kahn’s National Assembly Building in Dhaka, Bangladesh’ in PTAH. Journal of the Alvar Aalto Academy, 1(5), 1-5 (online).
  130. Botz, T. (2001). Between Verfremdung and Entfremdung: The Architecture of Alvar Aalto and Reima Pietilä.  DATUTOP Journal of Architectural Theory 21.
  131. Botz, T. (2003). Play, Dream, and the Search for the Real Form of Dwelling: From Aalto to Ando.  The Nordic Journal of Architectural Research 2, 1-5 (online).
  132. Botz, T. (1998). Empathy, Alienation, Style, Non-Style. The Architecture of Reima Pietil. le Carré bleu 1.
  133. Botz, T. (2012). A Tale of Two Cities: Hong Kong and Dubai, Celebration of Disappearance and the Pretension of Becoming in Transcience. Journal of Global Studies 3(2), online.
  134. Botz, T. (2007). European Transfigurations: Eurafrica and Eurasia. Coudenhove-Kalergi and N.S. Trubetzkoy re-visited. The European Legacy 12(5).
  135. Botz, T. (2003). Europe: Space, Spirit, Style. The European Legacy 8(2), 179-187.
  136. Botz, T. (2002). Khora or Idyll: The Space of the Dream. The Philosophical Forum 33(2) Summer.
  137. Botz, T. (2013). Speech, Writing, and Play in Gadamer and Derrida in Cosmos and History. The Journal of Social and Natural Philosophy 9(1), 249-264.
  138. Botz, T. (2012). Hermeneutics of Play: The Absent Structure in Tropos. Journal of Hermeneutics and Philosophical Criticism 5(1), 139-56.
  139. Botz, T. (2009). If Barbey d’Aurevilly had known about Virtual Reality: Dandyism Revisited. International Journal of Baudrillard Studies 6(1), (Online).
  140. Botz, T. (2008). Can Memes Play Games? Memetics and the Problem of Space. In T. Botz (Eds.), Culture, Nature, Memes: Dynamic Cognitive Theories. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, (Online).
  141. Botz, T. (2005). Style and Anti-Style: A Modern Adventure. International Yearbook of Aesthetics, 9.
  142. Botz, T. (2004). Dream, Style and Stylization: Reflections on Spinoza. Copula 21.
  143. Botz, T. (2003). The Dream of Language: Wittgenstein’s Concept of Dream in the Context of Style and Lebensform. The Philosophical Forum 34(1), 73-90.
  144. Botz, T. (1995). Rulefollowing in Dandyism: Style as an Overcoming of Rule and Structure. The Modern Language Review, 90, 285-295.
  145. Botz, T. (2010). Frozen Dreams between East and West: Kitsch and Anti-Kitsch in Jeff Koons and Mariko Mori. Art in Society, (Online).
  146. Botz, T. (2009). The Transcendental Blandness of Yan Pei-Ming’s International Landscapes, in Yishu. Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 8(4).
  147. Botz, T. (2008). New Portraits of the Ugly Chinaman: The Art of LIU Xiaodong in YishU.  Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 7(2).
  148. Botz, T. (2009). The Problem of the Double Ego in Paul Delvaux and Husserl. Phenomenological Inquiry 33, 89-98.
  149. Botz, T. (2010). Is Critical Regionalist Philosophy Possible? Some Meta-Philosophical Considerations. Comparative and Continental Philosophy 2(1).
  150. Botz, T. (2006). Ethnophilosophy, Comparative Philosophy, Pragmatism: Towards a Philosophy of Ethnoscapes. Philosophy East & West 56(1), 153-171. Reprinted in T.B.B. (ed.), Re-ethnicizing the Minds? Tendencies of Cultural Revival. Contemporary Philosophy (Amsterdam: Rodopi),
  151. Botz, T. (2013). H-Sang Seung : Le design est non-design dans, Figures de l’art. Revue d’études esthétiques, 25.
  152. Botz, T. (2010). Métissages culturels et esthétiques conquérantes: cool, kawaï et la “New World Modernity. dans L’Art du comprendre (Paris: Vrin) 19, 189-207.
  153. Botz, T. (2010)."Le ‘je’ et le ‘tu’: un dialogue entre Nishida Kitaro et Mikhail Bakhtine",  dans Jacinthe Tremblay (éd.) Enjeux de la philosophie japonaise du XXe siècle (Presses de l'Université de Montréal).
  154. Botz, T. (2007). De Aalto à Ando ou la recherche de la “vraie” forme d’habitation’ in Daruma. Special issue "L’Architecture Japonaise et l’Occident: De la communication interculturelle en architecture" (Toulouse, France).
  155. Botz, T. (2007). La Maison Stonborough de Wittgenstein et l’architecture de Tadao Ando: Deux approches exceptionnelles vers la modernité’ dans L’Architecture Japonaise et l’Occident. De la communication interculturelle en architecture (Toulouse: Daruma).
  156. Botz, T. (2003). 'Réalité virtuelle et rêve: Vers la condition autiste?'  L’Aleph, (online).
  157. Botz, T. (2005). De la pâte des rêves et du cinéma de la cruauté: Quelques pensées sur Andrei Tarkovski’ dans Stalker, (online).
  158. Botz, T. (2007). L’expérience pure et la conscience du jeu: Nishida Kitarô et William James. L’Art du Comprendre,16.
  159. Botz, T. (1999). Shuzo Kuki et la philosophie de la contingence française. Une Communication unique entre l’Orient et l’Occident. Revue Philosophique de Louvain (special issue on Nishida Kitaro), 113-126.
  160. Botz, T. (2012). Female Tattoos and Graffiti, In R. Arp (Eds.), Tattoos Philosophy for Everyone: I Ink, Therefore I Am (pp. 53-64). Oxford: Blackwell-Wiley.
  161. Botz, T. (2010). Being Cool and Cute. In  A. Barkman & J. Steiff (Eds.), Manga and Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.
  162. Botz, T. (2010). What does it Mean to be Cool?. Philosophy Now  (Arabic version in Al Alwan 27, 2011, (online). Also reprinted in the Pearson Textbook Compose
  163. Botz, T. (2006).Overcoming the Logos, Overcoming Lego: From Imagined Space to the Spatial Imagination of the Bionicle World. Kritikos.  Journal of Postmodern Cultural Sound, (online).
  164. Botz, T. (2006). The New Surrealism: Loft Stories, Reality Television, and Amateur Dream-Censors’ in Janus Head. Journal of Interdisciplinary Study in Literature and Continental Philosophy 9(1), (online). Reprinted in: Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India [Icfai] (Eds): Reality Television: How Real Does it Get? (Bangalore: Icfai University Press, 2008).
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