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Laurence F. Bove PhD

PUBLICATIONS

"The Face Obscured: Rigoletto's Resentment and Revenge. Face to Face with the Real World: Contemporary Applications of Levinas." International Levinas Conference. Walsh University, North Canton, OH. 17-20 Mar. 1999.

"Philosophical Reflections on Rights, Resiliency, and Social Policy." 11th Annual Conference for the Concerned Philosophers for Peace. George Washington University, Washington, DC 1-4 Oct. 1998.

Kaplan, Laura Duhan and Laurence F. Bove, eds. Philosophical Perspectives on Power and Domination: Theories and Practices. Value Inquiry Book Ser. 49. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1997.

"Malcolm X's Rejection of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Nonviolence." Philosophical Perspectives on Power and Domination. Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA.: Editions Rodopi, 1997.

"Seen But Not Heard: On Intersubjectivity, Children, and Rights." Tenth Annual Conference of the Concerned Philosophers for Peace. University of California, Chico. Sept. 1997.

Bove, Laurence F. and Laura Duhan Kaplan, eds. From the Eye of the Storm: Regional Conflicts and the Philosophy of Peace. Value Inquiry Book Ser. 29. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995.

"From Nonviolence to a Just Revolutionary?" From the Eye of the Storm Regional Conflicts and the Philosophy of Peace. Ed. Laurence F. Bove and Laura Duhan Kaplan. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995.

"The Lyrics of Social Protest: Bob Dylan, Ethics, and Social Change." Sixth Annual Conference of the Concerned Philosophers For Peace, St. Paul, MN. October 1993.

"Malcolm X and the Enigma of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Nonviolence." The Acorn: Journal of the Gandhi-King Society. Fall-Winter (1992-1993): 18-23.

"Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Problem of Justified Violence." Fifth Annual Conference of the Concerned Philosophers For Peace. Charlotte, NC. 13-17 Oct. 1992.

"Freedom of Speech." Ohio Program for the Humanities. Free to Discuss: Human Rights and The Supreme Court. 12 Oct. 1992.

"Religious Freedom." Ohio Program for the Humanities. Free to Discuss: Human Rights and The Supreme Court. 21 Sept. 1992.

"The Right to Assembly and Privacy." Ohio Program for the Humanities. Free to Discuss: Human Rights and The Supreme Court. 28 Sept. 1992.

"Discrimination." Ohio Program for the Humanities. Free to Discuss: Human Rights and The Supreme Court. 14 Sept. 1992.

"Camus Revisited: Neither Victim nor Executioner." In the Interest of Peace edited by Kenneth H. Klein and Joseph C. Kunkel. Wakefield, NH: Longwood Academic, 1990.

"On Stories, Peacemaking, and Philosophical Method: Toward a Pluralistic Account of Nonviolence." Issues in War and Peace. Ed. Joseph C. Kunkel and Kenneth H. Klein. Wolfeboro, NH: Longwood Academic, (1989): 267-278.

Rev. of Fighting Images by the editors. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy. Special issue.