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  1. Bruce W. Ballard (2007). The Difference for Philosophy: Edith Stein and Martin Heidegger. [REVIEW] Journal of Value Inquiry 41 (1):95-105.
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  2. Bruce W. Ballard (1998). After MacIntyre. International Philosophical Quarterly 38 (1):105-107.
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  3. Bruce W. Ballard (1998). The Significance of Free Will. International Philosophical Quarterly 38 (2):211-212.
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  4. Bruce W. Ballard (1995). MacIntyre and the Limits of Kierkegaardian Rationality. Faith and Philosophy 12 (1):126-132.
    Recently in this journal Marilyn Gaye Piety argued both that the critique of Kierkegaardian choice Alasdair MacIntyre offers in After Virtue misconstrues Kierkegaard and that a reformulated version of Kierkegaardian choice offers an important gain for philosophy. I argue that Piety has underestimated the power of the Maclntyrean critique of Kierkegaard, that consequently an adequate account of rational choice remains unavailable from that quarter, and that at crucial points MacIntyre’s own socially teleological approach to choice offers a superior account.
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  5. Bruce W. Ballard (1990). The Role of Mood in Heidegger's Ontology. University Press of America.
    This dissertation critically examines Heidegger's interpretation of the contribution of affective life to the form, understanding, and purposefulness of human existence with a view to the implications this interpretation may have for the analysis of religious experience. The central notion of moods has been almost entirely neglected in Heidegger scholarship. My goal, therefore, is to present a detailed examination of the role of mood in Heidegger's thought, to consider some objections to it, and to employ his acount of moods in (...)
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  6. Bruce W. Ballard (1988). Heidegger, Otto, & the Phenomenology of Awe. Philosophy Today 32 (1):62-74.
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