LIST OF RELEVANT WORKS BY SCHIEVELLA
Critical Analysis Articles, Books, and Materials
A Discussion Relating to the National Council of Teachers for Critical Analysis, The Journal of Critical Analysis, Vol. 1. April, 1960 - and a Radio broadcast.
Aims and Purposes of The Journal of Pre-College Philosophy: Pre-College Philosophy, Vol. I, No. 1. January 1975.
Critical Analysis: Language and Its Functions: hard cover, 1966. Humanities Press; 1986. Hard cover, Sebastian Pub. Co., 2004, soft cover, expanded 3rd edition.
Symbols, Referents, and Communication in the Human Use of Language, The Journal of Critical Analysis, Vol. I, No. 2. July 1969.
From The Editor: (On Teaching Critical Analysis), The Journal of Critical Analysis, Vol. I, No. 3,
The Great Failure of Education, The Journal of Critical Analysis, Vol. II, No. 1, April 1970; and Pre-College Philosophy, Vol. I, No. 2, April 1975.
A Critique of John Lange's "The Cognitivity Paradox, The Journal of Critical Analysis, Vol. II, No. 4, January 1971.
Conceptual Priorities For Pre-College Philosophy. Pre-College Philosophy, Vol. I, No. 1, January 1975.
Aims And Purposes of The Journal of Pre-College Philosophy, Vol. I, No. 1, January 1975.
The Journal of Pre-College Philosophy, The Great Failure of Education and A Step Toward Solution, Vol. I, No. 2, April 1975.
The Hidden Face of Inequality (On the failure to teach critical analysis), Pre-College Philosophy, Vol. II, No. 4, July/October 1977.
Hey IS That You, God?, 1985; Sebastian Pub. Co. Hard cover.
Critical Analysis vs Separation of Church and State, The Journal of Critical Analysis," Vol. IX, No. II, April 1992.
UNPUBLISHED LECTURES AND BOOKS.
The Need for Certification of Philosophy on the Pre-College Level.
The Need of Pre-College Philosophy.
Critical Analysis: What Pre-College Philosophy Should Be.
Bk. II, Critical Analysis: The Conceptual Realms of Science.
Bk. III, Critical Analysis: Knowledge, Mind, and Reality.
CLEAR, CRITICAL, AND ANALYTICAL THINKING AND OTHER PHILOSOPHICAL ISSUES
LETTERS TO EDITORS
EMERGENT EVOLUTION: THE PHILOSOPHY OF CONWY LLOYD MORGAN
EMERGENT EVOLUTION AND REDUCTIONISM
ARISTOTLE'S JUSTICE: AND HIS MESOTES DOCTRINE
JOHN LANGE'S COGNITIVITY PARADOX
THE ONTOLOGY OF REFERENT
KARL POPPER'S INDETERMINISM
INQUIRY WITHOUT DOUBT
THE DECLINE OF GREATNESS
THE METAPHYSICS OF HENRI BERGSON'S DURATION AND INTUITION
PLATO, THE ARTIST
THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF ST. AUGUSTINE
FREE WILL AND DETERMINISM
THE NATURE OF EXPERIENCE IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF SAMUEL ALEXANDER
ON THE TERM, 'EXIST'
THE UNBRIDGEABLE CHASM BETWEEN SCIENCE AND THEISM