1. William A. Adams (2006). Transpersonal Heterophenomenology? Journal of Consciousness Studies 13 (4):89-93.
    Anthony Freeman's article on transpersonal psychology cited Jorge Ferrer's criticism that while the field claims to be non-dualistic or 'post-Cartesian' (no subject -object or mind-body split), it is nevertheless hopelessly dualistic. . .Freeman proposes a way of salvation for transpersonal psychology by invoking Daniel Dennettapos;s concept of heterophenomenology, which is a third-person investigation of someone elseapos;s first-person experience (as reported). . .Freeman's proposal is a fine demonstration of lateral thinking, calling upon atheist Dennett in support of transpersonal and religious inquiry. (...)
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  2. William A. Adams (2001). The Motivational Context. In. In P. Bouquet V. Akman (ed.), Modeling and Using Context. Springer. 409--412.
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  3. William A. Adams & James J. Traglia (1990). How to Propose Automation for Human Services. Acm Sigcas Computers and Society 20 (3):8-12.
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