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The views expressed in these publications are entirely those of the author and are not endorsed by Angelo State University or any of it's components. Some of these publications are copyrighted. If you would like a copy of any of these publications please email me directly and ask for the encryption code, john.glassford@angelo.edu.

2010 Representations of Surveillance

2009 R.D. Laing Goes to the Movies," in The Legacy of R.D. Laing, Edited by Daniel Burston, Brent Dean Robbins, Victor Barbetti and Claire Barbetti, Trivium Publications (forthcoming).

2008 Deleuze on David Hume

2007 Sympathy and Spectatorship in Scottish Writing After Hume, The Monist, April, 90:2

2007 Conference Report, American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, Washington D.C.

2005 "Classical Political Theory Today," Introduction to Penguin Classics Reader, The Western World, John Glassford (Ed), Penguin, ISBN 0536926298

2004 "Adam Smith: Reforming Merchant Power, the case for an open public sphere," Politics, Vol 24, 2.

2003 Review essay; The Complete Correspondence of Theodor Adorno and Walter Benjamin, Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain, Double Issue, Nos 45/46, Summer.

2003 Political Studies Review,  Jürgen Habermas, On the Pragmatics of Social Interaction. Vol 1, No 1, January.

2001 Academic consultant (Scottish & European Enlightenment, David Hume and Adam Smith), and a personal appearance (click on David Hume, high quality ISDN to watch this interview), BBC series, In Search of Scotland, Episode 8, 'Crucible of the Modern World'; Gordon Menzies, Producer; Dr. Fiona Watson, Author (History Department, University of Stirling). Screened by the BBC in February 2001.

2000 Scottish Affairs, No 32, Summer, 2000, "Adam Smith and The Wealth of Nations".

2000 Economic History Review, Volume 1, LIII, No2, "Adam Smith's 'The Wealth of Nations'", Books IV & V (Short book review).

1999 The Journal of Nietzsche Studies, No 18, 1999, pp. 73-79, "Did Nietzsche Plagiarize from Max Stirner?", and a recent reply to this article.

1999 Common Sense, No 24, Journal of the Edinburgh Conference of Socialist Economists, "The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader".

1998 Nihilism and Modernity: Political Response in a Godless Age (Ph.D thesis)

1995 Book Review: Derrida, Specters of Marx

1995 Book Review: Shadia B. Drury on Alexander Kojeve  

1993 "Max Stirner: The Laughing Heir," Graduate Network Publications, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
 


  

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