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|Three Discreet Easy Pieces Launching Debate, 44th REALIA Conference, Providence, R.I., August 2, 2004.|
Where is SOLON (640-560) when we need him? (The Pattern), 42nd REALIA Conference, Bretton Woods, August 12, 2002.
|Democratic Intimations of the Continental Reformation: Erasmus, Zwingli, and Bullinger|
II. Huldrych Zwingli 1484-1531: Soldier of Christ - The Double-Edged Sword of Obedience, 40th REALIA Conference, Bretton Woods, August 21, 2000; published in Contemporary Philosophy, vol. XXII, no. 3&4, August 2000.
III. Heinrich Bullinger 1504-75: Man of Reconciliation, published in Contemporary Philosophy, Vol. XXIII No. 3&4, August 2001.
|Signs of Plenty - The Altar of Verdun, an Experiment in Pedagogy on the web, lecture with slides at Columbia University seminar on religion, fall 1998. Published on Campbell Corner, spring 2000.|
|Plato's Therapy? a presentation for the SLC Language Circle, February 2, 2000.|
|Report on the 20th World Congress of Philosophy, Boston, August 10-15, 1998.|
|Footprints of Reason:A Post-Post-Modern Essay, 20th World Congress On Philosophy, Boston, 1998.|
|Pain Swallowed By Silence, WCARRD Conference, Rome, 1979.|
|On the Future of Cities: A Premature Report, AAAS Conference, Boston, 1981.|
|In Praise of Donkeys, lecture with slides at the NEH Seminar in Political Philosophy, Summer 1992, Norhtwestern University.|
|On the Authority of Conscience, Contemporary Philosophy, Volume XVII, no. 3.|
|The Future Comes by Itself. Progress Does Not. (Sketch of Georg Lukacs' intellectual development, written as a late Tribute to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956)|
|The Remains of the Night (For Karl Barth), Lecture at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, January 6 1994. Subsequently published in Contemporary Philosophy.|