Articles/Philosophy

(Spring 2016).The Development of Human Life in Enrique Dussel’s Politics of Liberation . Inter-American Journal of Philosophy. Vol 7, Issue 1, pp 56-72.

(2013). A phenomenological approach to psychoprosthetics. Disability & Rehabilitation, 35(9-10): 785–791. ISSN 0963-8288 print/ISSN 1464-5165 online; DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2012.708819

(2010, March 23). Arzobispo Oscar Arnulfo Romero: treinta años más tarde. Metro Latino USA.

(Fall 2007) Moments of decision in Mario Bencastro’s Disparo en la Catedral, Hispanic Journal, 28, 2.

(2012, March 28) Commemorative Essay: Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero on the Political Dimension of Faith. Council on Hemispheric Affairs.
(Spring 2006). Intrinsic awareness in Sartre. Journal of Mind and Behavior. 27, 1-16.

(2003). Do potential persons have rights? We Hold These Truths.Org. On line periodical.

(2003, second edition). Crossroads of traditional philosophy. Historical essays by George Sochan. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

(Fall, 2002). Computationalism and the posthuman Fallacy. Humanities and Technology Review, 21, 1-22.

(Winter, 2001). Truzkowski, W., Iyangar, J., and Mills, F. (Fall, 2001). Describing intelligent agent behaviors. Journal of International Information Management. 10, 2, 99-107.

(Winter 2001). A Spinozist approach to the conceptual gap in consciousness studies. The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 22, 91-102.

(Summer 2000). Bushnell, D. and Mills, F.  Productivity trends in the new millennium. National Productivity Review (pp. 37-45). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

(October, 1999). Human spirit in the age of information technology. In J. Gailey (Ed.),

(1999). Interface 1999 conference proceedings: executive summaries of presentations made at interface ’99 (pp. 20). Kent State University.

(Spring, 1998). The easy and hard problems of conscious experience: a Cartesian perspective. The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 19, 119-140.

(Fall, 1998). A critique of the concept of computer moral agency. Humanities and Technology Review, 17, 26-39.

(1997). Crossroads of Traditional Philosophy: A User’s Guide. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

(1997). The ideology of welfare reform: deconstructing stigma (revised version). In P. Ewalt, E. Freeman, S. Kirk, and D. Poole, (Eds.), Social Policy: Reform, Research, and Practice (pp. 336-341). Washington DC: National Association of Social Workers Press. This is a republication.

(1997). A critique of the concept of computer moral agency. In J. Gailey (Ed.), Interface 1997 conference proceedings: executive summaries of presentations made at interface ’97 (pp. 44-46). Kent State University.

(1997). Integrating deductive logic and informal logic into the freshman seminar. The Freshman Year Experience Newsletter. Vol. 10, No. 2., p. 8.

(1996). The ideology of welfare reform: deconstructing stigma. Social Work: Journal of the National Association of Social Workers, 41, pp. 391-395.

(1996, February). Integrating deductive logic into a one semester freshman seminar. In Fifteenth Annual National Conference on The Freshman Year Experience Conference Proceedings (pp. 19-20). University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the Freshman Year Experience.

(1996). Philosophy: an interdisciplinary way of thinking. In J. Kum (Ed.), Bowie State University Freshman Seminar (pp. 12-14). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company.

(1996). Introduction to the Thurgood Marshall library, Bowie State University. In J. Kum (Ed.), Bowie State University Freshman Seminar (pp. 3-9). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company.

(1994). The use and abuse of objective assessment. Workforce, 3, pp. 27-30. .

(1993, Summer). Ethics and public policy: The day laborer question. Employment and Training Communique.

(1993, Spring). Streamlining competency systems for job training programs. Employment and Training Communique.

(1989, March 24). Dehumanization of Salvadoran refugees. El Latino.

(1985). On Obligation and the Divided Self in Kant’s Ethics, a dissertation, University Microfilms.

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