List of all e-books, papers and articles included on the website

All copyright by Robert M. Ellis - see note on copyright 

E-books

A Buddhist Theory of Moral Objectivity  (Ph.D. thesis) , also see web prologue

A New Buddhist Ethics (more popular book on practical ethics)

The Trouble with Buddhism (a philosophical critique of the Buddhist tradition)

Truth on the edge (first chapter only online)

Middle Way Philosophy (previews only online)

 

Papers already published in academic journals

Taking the Meta- out of Physics (Journal of Consciousness Exploration and Research)

How Buddhist was Plato? (Western Buddhist Review)

Parfit and the Buddha (Contemporary Buddhism)

Lakatos and non-dualist ethics (International Journal of Field Being; winner of Charles Wei-hsun Fu Prize)

Revelation, wisdom, and learning from religion (British Journal of Religious Education)

 

Unpublished academic papers

Non-dualism and hellenistic ethics

A palace built on sand: a review of Michael McGhee's book "Transformations of mind" with discussion of analytic philosophy

 

Other reviews

Endless voyage: A review of 'Finding our Sea Legs' by Will Buckingham

Eglantine Dream : review of the novel by Dhivan Thomas Jones

The Limitations of Irony: A review of 'Confessions of a Buddhist Atheist' by Stephen Batchelor

Saving the World: A review of 'Solar' by Ian McEwan

Being Right about Being Wrong: A review of Kathryn Schulz's 'Being Wrong'

'The Master and his Emissary' by Iain McGilchrist: an extended review

Resonating with 'The Science Delusion' by Rupert Sheldrake

 

Other papers and articles (relatively less academic in approach, and often with a Buddhist audience mainly in mind)

Why Buddhists should be philosophers, and why philosophers should be Buddhists

Four errors in traditional Buddhist thinking

The death of metaphysics and the birth of the Middle Way

On incrementality

Should Western Buddhists be Christians?

The Creation and the Enlightenment

Verdi's Requiem: Reflections on metaphysical dogmas in the arts

also see The Way of Trust (external link to FWBO discussion site)

 

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