Presentations

International and National PresentationsRyoanji

1.      Infusing Asian Philosophy into the Undergraduate Curriculum, Invited Lecture, Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, April 1996

2.      “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: A Daoist Manifestation of Chaos Theory” International Conference in Asian and Comparative Philosophy, East-West Center, January 1998

3.      “Rectifying the Institution: Navigating the Edge with Complexity and Confucian Maps”, Institute on Religion and Philosophy of China: Texts and Contexts, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, Summer 1998

4.      “Teaching/Learning Through Confucius: Navigating Our Way through the Analects,” National Asian Studies Development Conference, Boston, Spring 1999

5.      “Rectifying the Institution: A Confucian/Evolutionary Model of Institutional Ethics,” Society for Comparative and Asian Philosophy, American Philosophical Association Central Meeting, New Orleans, May 1999 (Invited Paper)

6.      “Being at Home: Aesthetic Soul-Bodies and Their Worlds in Buddhism, Phenomenology, and Pragmatism,” American Philosophical Association Central Meeting, Chicago, April 2000

7.      “On the Way to Ecology: Body Becoming in Buddhist Philosophy, Phenomenology, and Pragmatism,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, East-West Center, Honolulu, July 2000

8.      “Returning Home: Body-Mind-Self-World Ecology in Buddhist Philosophy and Religion,” East-West Center International Conference, Honolulu, July 2000

9.      “Body as Becoming in Buddhist Philosophy and Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology,” International Conference in Asian & Comparative Philosophy, University of Missouri, September 2000

10.   “Entering Stone: Death and Being in Noguchi’s Sculpture,” Japan Studies Association Conference, New Orleans, January 2001 (Invited Paper)

11.   “Speaking Through Difference: Self-Representation Practice of Japanese-American Bicultural Art,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, College of DuPage, March 2001

12.   “Finding Our Way Through Daoist Texts: Ecological Perspectives in the Laozi, Zhuangzi, and Yuan Dao,” Association for Core Texts and Courses Conference, University of Notre Dame, April 2001

13.   “Some Alterior Reflections from Asian Philosophies: Using Levinas in Un-Intentional Ways,” Society for Comparative and Asian Philosophy, American Philosophical Association Central Meeting, Minneapolis, May 2001 (Invited Paper)

14.   APA Committee on the Status of Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies, Topic: Stillness and Flux: Buddhist Metaphysics and Aesthetics in Japanese Rock Gardens, “Entering the Movement of Stone: A Response to Graham Parkes’ The Eloquent Stillness of Stone,” Invited Respondent to Graham Parkes, "The Role of Stone in Japanese Dry Landscape Gardens." American Philosophical Association Eastern Meeting, Atlanta, December 2001

15.   APA Committee on the Status of Asian and Asian-American Philosophers and Philosophies, Topic: How Can Eastern and Western Philosophy Complement Each Other.  Invited Paper on “Body-Mind-Self-World: Ecology and Buddhist Philosophy.” American Philosophical Association Eastern Meeting, Atlanta, December 2001

16.   “The Shifting Sands of Self Captivity: Buddhist & Confucian Solutions in Abē Kobo's Woman in the Dunes,” Japan Studies Association Conference, Tokai University Hawaii, January 2002

17.   “Shifting Sands of Self: Buddhist & Confucian Solutions in Abē Kobo's Woman in the Dunes,” Conference of the Association of Core Texts and Courses, Concordia University, Montreal, April 2002

18.   “Finding Our Way Through the Zhuangzi: Ecological Perspectives in Daoism,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, Phoenix, March 2003

19.   “Images of Self: Cultural Orientations in Nietzsche’s Zarathustra and the Zhuangzi, Conference of the Association of Core Texts and Courses, Atlanta, April 2003

20.   “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day,” Reconsidering Hiroshima/Nagasaki Conference, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima, Japan, June 24–27, 2003

21.   “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: The Daoist Sage and Chaos Theory,” in Cultures of Authority in Asian Practice, a moderated on-line conference, September 2–6, 2003

22.   “Embodying the Sacred: Animality, Buddha-Nature, and an Ecology of Compassion," Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, Kansas City, April 2004

23.   “Looking to the Animal: An Ecology of Compassion for the 21st Century—Contributions from Ancient Asian Philosophy,” EWC/ EWCA 2004 International Conference, Tokyo

24.   “The Emergent Sage: Daoism and the Organization of Nature,” University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Spring 2005 (Invited)

25.   “The Liezi: Core-ing Its Accessibility,” Association of Core Texts and Courses, Vancouver, Spring 2005

26.   “The Empty Soul: Nishitani and the Good,” Japan Studies Association Conference, Tokai University Hawaii, January 2006

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−Asian Philosophy and the Environment – University of Cape Coast, Ghana; May 22, 23, 24, 2006:

27.   “Reflections from Water Images in Daoist Texts”

28.   “Finding Our Ways through Daoist Texts: Ecological Perspectives in the Laozi, Zhuangzi, Yuan Dao”

29.   “Tianwen: Confucius’ Culture of Heaven”

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               −Public Tutorials at the University of Cape Coast (May 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 2006):

30.   Cultural Orientations: Intimacy and/or Integrity? Overview of the Asian

Traditions; Pre-Buddhist Indian Philosophy (Vedas, Upanishads, and the Bhagavad Gita)

31.   Pre-Buddhist Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Philosophy (Basic doctrines)

32.   Chinese Philosophy; Confucius (The Analects or Lunyu)

33.   Chinese Philosophy; Daoism (Laozi—Daodejing and Zhuangzi)

34.   East Asian Buddhism—Syncretism of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism (Chan and Zen)

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35.   “Peace, Ecology, and Permaculture: The Compassionate Affirmation of Evolution and Karma, East-West Center Alumni Conference, Hanoi, Fall 2006

36.   “Not for Pity’s Sake: Dogs and Frogs - Evolution and Karma,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, Seattle, March 2007

37.   “An Alternative Perspective on Wang Guowei’s Interpretation of Schopenhauer” (with He Jinli, Tsinghua University) Comparative & Continental Philosophy Circle, Seattle, April 2007

38.   “Composting the Soul: The Buddhist Self and Ecology, Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast, Honolulu, June 2007

39.   “Emptying the Soul in Nietzsche and Zhuangzi,” National University of Singapore, Philosophy Department Seminar Series, July 2007

40.   “Peace, Ecology, and Religion: Past Assumptions − Future Conceptions,” The International Convention of Asia Scholars, Kuala Lumpur, August 2007

41.   “Creativity and Safety in the At-onement of Henry Rosemont,” ASIANetwork Conference, San Antonio, March 2008

42.   “Cosmology and Religion: Rosemont’s Critics and Admirers,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, Chicago, March 2008

43.   “Developing Appropriate Worldviews: Buddhist Skill-in-Means and Ecology,” Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, June 2008

44.   “No Pets Allowed: Rosemont and the Master on the Family,” American Academy of Religion, Chicago, November 2008 (Invited)

45.   “Out of Dreamtime: Pacific Myths and Asian Sages,” EWC/EWCA 2008 International Conference, Bali, Indonesia, November 13–18, 2008

46.    “Learning from the Chinese Classics: Why History Does (not) Matter,” Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, Philadelphia, March 2009

47.    “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: The Daoist Sage and Chaos Theory,” Chinese Forum of the Daoist Salon, Zhengzhou, China (March 2010)

48.     “Before Sallis: On Letting Heaven and Nature Sing,” Comparative and Continental Circle International Meeting, Honolulu, April 2010

49.    “Letting Life In: Religious Concord through Chinese Sources,” Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy, First International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Religious Concord, Sun-Moon Lake, Taiwan, December 2011  

50.   “Color Embodied—The Way of Nature,” North Georgia Arts & Letters Conference, Dahlonega, February 2012

51.    “Herakleitos and Eternity's Game: Entering the Nearness of Fire's Tropai,” The Elemental, Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition, Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, September 2012

52.   “Thinking of Opposition in a Comparative Philosophical Context,” Philosophy Lecture, Beijing Normal University, March 2013

53.     “Revealing the Concealed in Publishing,” Getting Yourself Published: Steps and Strategies Workshop, AsiaNetwork Conference, Nashville, April 2013

54.    “The Embodied Place of Color: Trying to Seduce Nature,” On Place, Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition, San Francisco, September 2013

55.    “Self within World: Tiānzé (天擇), Evolution, and the Early Fractal Self,” Yan Fu Conference, Department of Philosophy, Peking University, October 2013

56.    “Fractal Divinity: Re-visioning Religiosity Through Buddhist and Daoist Religious Sources,”   International Conference on Law, Education and Humanities, Pattaya, Thailand; January 2014

57.    “In an Age of Decline: The Need for a Return to a World Classical Philosophy,” Classics and College Education in an Age of Globalization Conference, National Taiwan University, July 2014

58.    “Self-Narratives in Nietzsche and Zhuangzi,” Pacific Association of Continental the Tradition Conference, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, Fall 2014

59.    “Speaking the Self: Différance in Nietzsche and Zhuangzi,” Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, Fall 2014

60.    “Toward Universal Intimacy: Self and Globalization,” Changing Humanities in a Changing World International Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Fall 2014

61.    “Heaven-Earth-Self: Free Will and Fractal Divinity,” Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy, 2nd International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Unity of Heaven and Mankind, Sun-Moon Lake, Taiwan, January 2015

62.    “The Feast of Λόγος and the Death of Pan,” Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition, Seattle University, September 2015

63.    “A Scarecrow World ─ かかし,” Japan Studies Association, Honolulu, January 2017

64.    “Bashō’s Pond: The Poetry of the Intimate Self,” Japan Studies Association, Honolulu, January 2018

65.    Author Meets Readers, “David Jones’s Fractal Self, Comparative and Continental 2018 International Meeting, Bath, UK, April 2018

66.    “Entering Stone: Death and Being in Isamu Noguchi’s Sculpture,” Japan Studies Association, Honolulu, January 2019

67.   “Nietzsche and Zhuangzi’s Dao: A Source of Abnormativity,” Comparative and Continental 2018 International Meeting, Leiden University, Netherlands, May 2019

68.    “Martin Schönfeld’s Kλίμασοφία and Daxue 大學,” Pacific Association of Continental Thought Meeting “Political and Ecological Crisis,” October 2020

69.    “Xώρα, Archē, and the Yawning Gap: Cosmic Anarchy and the Emergence of Anarchic Order,” Pacific Association of Continental Thought Meeting “Anarchy,” September 2021

70.    “You Lonely Farang,” Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, Tallinn, Estonia, May 2022

Regional Presentations

71.   “Striking the Balance: The Harmony of Polarity in Confucian and Daoist Thought/Practice” (Invited Lecture) Georgia Southern University, May 1997

72.   “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: A Daoist Manifestation of Chaos Theory” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, University of Virginia, January 1998

73.   “Nietzsche’s Self-Responsive Responsibility,” Continental Philosophy Circle of Georgia Conference,” Oxford College of Emory  University, March 1998 (Invited Paper)

74.   “Teaching/Learning Through the Confucius” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, University of Georgia, January 1999

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               China to the Core: Sinifying the Core Curriculum Lecture Series: 

75.   “Understanding Confucius” (Augusta State University’s Honors Humanities Program)

76.   “Understanding Daoism and Chinese Buddhism” (Augusta State Honors Humanities Program)

77.   “Putting Confucius on the Rite Way: The Analects and Daoism”

78.   “The Dao of Zen: Resonances of Early Buddhist Doctrine, Confucian Rites, and Zen Practice”

                               — Augusta State University, Spring 1999 (Invited Presentations)

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79.   “Mystical Elements of the Non-Mystical Dao,” State University of New York College at Oneonta, April 1999 (Invited Lecture)

80.   “Shifting Paradigms of Complexity in the History of Science,” SUNY College at Oneonta, April 1999 (Invited Lecture)

81.   “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: The Daoist Sage and Chaos Theory,” Linfield College, Oregon, May 1999

82.   “Indian and Chinese Roots of Zen Buddhism” (Student Presentation) Linfield College, May 1999

83.   “Zen’s Aesthetic Perception in Self-Creating (not) Self: Faint Echoes of Stones, Plants, Insects, Animals, and Other Forgotten Relatives,” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, Duke University, January 2000

84.   “Self, Community, and Nature: Some Philosophical Signified Roots of Chinese Cultural Signifiers,” Valdosta State University, University System of Georgia Asian Studies Curriculum Enhancement Program, January 2000

85.   “Zen’s Aesthetic Perception in Self-Creating (not) Self: Faint Echoes of Stones, Plants, Insects, Animals, and Other Forgotten Relatives,” Oregon State University, February 2000 (Invited Lecture: Program for Ethics, Science, and the Environment)

86.   “Walking the Way with Zhuangzi: Reading Selected Passages,” Oregon State University, February 2000

87.   “In Sickness and Health,” commentary on Richard Oxenberg’s (Emory University) “The Convalescent: Nietzsche’s Ethic of Heath,” Continental Philosophy Circle of Georgia Conference,” Emory University, March 2000 (Invited)

88.   “On the Way to Ecology: Buddhism, Values, and the Earth,” Oglethorpe University, Buddhist        Environmental Values & the Challenge for Technology, Atlanta, September 2000

89.   “Animal Buddhas,” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, Florida State University, January 2001

90.   “Religious Reflections from Water Images in Daoism,” American Academy of Religion, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, March 2001

91.   “Reality Cuts from the Diamond Sutra: Incisions into Emptiness,” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, January 2002

92.   “Teaching Confucius,” Southeast Conference Special Outreach Panel on Asia in the World History Classroom, Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, January 2002 (Invited)

93.   “A Response to Thomas Kasulis: Sushi, Science, and Technology,” Japan Studies Association's Issues in Post-War Japan, Tokai University-Honolulu, June 2002

94.   “From the Heart: The Musculature of Compassionate Knowing,” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, Jekyll Island, Georgia January 2003

95.   “Depriving the Privative” A Response to Noble Ang (University of Florida) “Phenomenology or Rational Thought? An Examination of Heidegger’s Reading of Parmenides,” Georgia Continental Philosophy Circle, Oglethorpe University, April 2003

96.   Presidential Panel Address: Narratives of Peace— “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day: August 6, 1945,” Association for Asian Studies/Southeast Conference, University of Florida, January 2004

97.   “Foundations of East Asian Cultures: Intimacy in Confucianism, Daoism and Buddhism,” Humanities Workshop (faculty development) at Augusta State University, Fall 2007

98.   “The Greater Learning (Daxue大學): Self-cultivation in Chinese Philosophy and Religion,” Understanding China Workshop (faculty development) at Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, February 2009

99.   “Wild Geese in Buddhism: China and the Other-wise,” Belmont University, Nashville, September 2009

100. “Letting Life In: Religious and Philosophical Concord through Chinese and Western Sources,” St. Lawrence University, New York, December 2011

101. “Origin, Identity, and Destiny: The Evolution of the Human Spirit through Asian and Western Sources,” University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, January 2017 

102. Authors Meet Readers: “The Implications of Understanding Ourselves as an Intimate Part of the Fractal Patterning in Nature,” with John L. Culliney at the University of Hawai‘i Hilo, April 2019

Local Presentations 

103. “Gendering the Good Society: Is a Philosopher Queen Possible?” Hawaii Committee for the Humanities, April 1991

104. Striking the Balance in Chinese Thought: Self, Community, and Environment KSC Philosophy Club, Fall 1994 (Invited Lecture)

105. “Confucian Order at the Edge of Chaos: The Science of Complexity & Ancient Wisdom" Kennesaw Academic Forum, Kennesaw State University, February 1995

106. “Life as Art/Art as Life: Perspectives on Nietzsche from Japanese and Chinese Sources" Atlanta College of Art, March 1996

107. “Shadows in Higher Education: Plato’s Academy and X-State University” Kennesaw Academic Forum, Kennesaw State University, November 1997

108. “Past as Present: Overcoming Alienation Through the Emerging Orders of Diverse Traditions of China, Invited Lecture at Harrison High School, Cobb County, April 1997

109. “In the Belly of the Dragon: Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism in China,” Emory University, February 1998 (Invited Lecture)

110. “Self/Nature: Environmental Values in the Zhuangzi,” Morris Brown College, Fall 1998 (Invited Presentation)

111. “Gendering the Good Society: The Myth of Plato’s Philosopher Queen,” Kennesaw State University’s Woman Studies Lecture Series, Fall 1999

112. The Death of Pan and Modernity’s Inception: Socrates & Plato’s Divining Logos from Muthos & Soul from World,” Philosophy Lecture Series, Kennesaw State University’s Philosophy Lecture Series, Fall 1999

113. “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: The Daoist Sage and Chaos Theory,” The Kennesaw Academic Forum, Spring 1999

114. “Zen’s Aesthetic Perception in Self-Creating (not) Self: Faint Echoes of Stones, Plants, Insects, Animals, and Other Forgotten Relatives,” Philosophy Lecture Series, Kennesaw State University’s Philosophy Lecture Series, Spring 2000

115. “Finding Our Ways to Confucius: Reading the Analects Anew,” History/Philosophy Department Lunch Lecture Series, Kennesaw State University, Spring 2000

116. “Walking the Way with Confucius: Tianwen, Emerging Patterns of Human Heavens,” Oglethorpe University, Asian Philosophy Lecture Series, Atlanta, September 2000 (Invited)

117. “Observing Ritual Propriety, the Rite Way: Confucius’ Way to the Good,” Berry College, Rome, Georgia, March 2001 (Invited)

118. “The Shifting Sands of Self: Buddhist & Confucian Solutions in Abe Kobo's Woman in the Dunes,” Philosophy Lecture Series, Kennesaw State University’s Philosophy Lecture Series, Spring 2002

119. “Encountering the Immanent - Performing Confucianism,” China’s Quest for Belief, US-China Friendship Association Forum, April 2003

120. “Entering Stone: Death and Being in Isamu Noguchi’s Sculpture,” Oglethorpe University Museum of Art, Atlanta, April 2003 (Invited)

121. “The Middle Kingdom,” Tertulia, Kennesaw State University, Atlanta, September 2003 (Short Story Reading)

122. “The Custodianship of Heritage Culture: Challenges and Responsibilities of Young Koreans,” Sejong Korean-American School, Atlanta, Spring 2004

123. “Looking at the Past to the Future: From Stewardship to an Ecological Ethics," Kennesaw State University, Philosophy Student Association Panel on Eco-Philosophy, Spring 2004

124. “Making Our Ways with Confucius,” Georgia College, Fall 2004 

125. “The Footprint of Confucius: Understanding the Present by Looking to China's Past," Georgia Perimeter College, Fall 2005

126. “Basic Life: Buddhist Life,” Unity Church, Marietta, Georgia, Fall 2005

127. Creative Solitudes: Readings by David Farrell Krell and David Jones at the OUMA, Atlanta, March 2008

128. “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day: On a Birthday 75 Years Later,” Cities of Peace: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Workshop, Kennesaw State University, January 2010

129. “The Spirituality of Confucius: Humanity Without God,” Peachtree Road Methodist Church, Atlanta, September 2012

130. “The Spirituality of Confucius: Humanity with or without God,” Peachtree Road Methodist Church, Atlanta, October 2012

131. “Fractal Divinity: Rethinking Religiosity through Early Chinese and Western Sources,” College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean Lecture Series, November 2013

132. “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day: Hiroshima’s Little Boy and Little Girl,” staged reading, Kennesaw State University, January 2020

Keynotes, Plenary Addresses, and Plenary Sessions

133.  “Justifying the Margins: Centering Asian Philosophies and Cultures in the Undergraduate Curriculum” South Carolina International Consortium Conference, Bringing Internationalization Home, Hickory Knob, SC, March 1997

134.  “The Fractal Self and the Organization of Nature: The Daoist Sage and Chaos Theory,” Keynote Address for the State University of New York College at Oneonta Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, April 1999

135.  “Facing the Reflections by Featuring the Other: Knowing Thy Western Self through Eastern Encounters,” Luncheon Address, Asian Studies Development National Conference, Boston, Spring 1999

136.  “Is Korea the Center of the World?” Commencement Address to Sejong Korean-American School, Atlanta, Spring 2008

137.   “21st Century Challenges for a Global Education: Korean Heritage Culture, One among Many," 2008 Annual Summit for Korean American Cultural Awareness, East Cobb Middle School, November 6, 2008

138. “Listening to Logos, Listening to Others: Invoking Gods Past and Present,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Circle International Meeting, Asilomar, California, April 2009

139.  “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day: On a Birthday 75 Years Later,” Japan Studies Association National Conference, Tokai University Pacific Center, January 2010

140.  “Approaching China Through Its Past: Philosophy and Understanding Cultural Difference,” China and U.S. Relations: North Georgia Arts and Letters Conference, February 2010 

141.  “The Gift of Logos and Its Gift of Friendship,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Circle International Meeting, Honolulu, April 2010

142.  “Civility, Compassion, and Celebration: But in No Necessary Order,” Closing Remarks, Asian Studies Development Program National Conference, East-West Center, July 2010

143.  “That Gentle and Good Night,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Circle Philosophy International Meeting, Cork, Ireland, March 2011

144.  “The Long Way Back to Ouroboros,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, San Diego, March 2012

145.  “Comparative Philosophy: Not to Compare,” Plenary Panel with Roger T. Ames, Jason M. Wirth, and Jeffrey Dippmann at the Asian Studies Development National Conference, Seattle, Spring 2012

146.  “Thinking of the Elemental in a Comparative Philosophical Context,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, Fudan University, Shanghai, March 2013

147.  “Fractal Divinity: Rethinking Religiosity through Early Chinese and Western Sources,” Public Lecture, Beijing Normal University, March 2013

148.  “Coming to an Edge: Our Unique Own and the Mother Discipline,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, Santa Barbara, California, March 2014

149.  “This is What I heard, and Even Some More: Nature as Sutra and the Fiction of David Farrell Krell,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2015

150.  “When Souls Come to Bear,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, National Taiwan University, March 2016

151.  “Imagining Color and the Saying Yes Again to Nature, Académie du Midi, Alet-les-Bains, France, May 2016

152.  “Evolution of the Human Spirit: Transforming Conceptions of Self, Society, and Nature in the New Era of the 21st Century,” International Conference on Spirituality and Psychology, Bangkok, March 2017

153.  “Scarecrows in the Air Tonight or That Song Again or One More Last Tour,” Presidential Address, Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle International Meeting, Arizona State University West, March 2017

154.  Reading from The Fractal Self: Science, Philosophy, and the Evolution of Human Cooperation, Volcano Arts Center, Volcano Hawai`i, December 2017 

155.  “A Fractal Self Among Us: In Honor of Joseph L. Overton” (Reading from The Fractal Self: Science, Philosophy, and the Evolution of Human Cooperation), Japan Studies Association, Honolulu, January 2018 

156.  “Dylan Thomas, Red Shoes, and Some Other Things: Compass Award Introduction at the Comparative and Continental Circle 2018 International Meeting, Bath, UK, April 2018

157.  “A Day, Just Like Any Other Day: Hiroshima’s Little Boy and Little Girl,” staged reading, Japan Studies Association, Honolulu, January 2020 

 

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