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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY WORKS ON WEIL IN ENGLISH

1990s (incomplete, except for books)

Prepared By: Eric O. Springsted

I. Books

  1. Abosch, H., Simone Weil: An Introduction, (trans. K.A. Kenny) New York, 1994: Pennbridge Books.
  2. Allen, D. & Springsted, E. O., Spirit, Nature and Community: Issues in the Thought of Simone Weil, Albany, 1994: State University of New York Press.
  3. Bell, R. (Editor), Simone Weil's Philosophy of Culture: Readings Toward a Divine Humanity, Cambridge, 1993: Cambridge University Press.
  4. Brueck, K., The Redemption of Tragedy: The Literary Vision of Simone Weil, Albany: 1995, SUNY Press.
  5. Dargan, J., Thing Poetically: Studies in the Style of Simone Weil, Albany, 1999, SUNY Press.
  6. Dunaway, J. & Springsted, E. (Eds.), The Beauty that Saves: Essays on Aesthetics and Language in Simone Weil, Macon: Mercer University Press, 1996.
  7. Finch, H.L., Simone Weil and The Intellect of Grace. New York, Continuum International, 1999.
  8. Nevin, T., Simone Weil: Portrait of a Self-Exiled Jew, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991.
  9. Nye, A., Philosophia: The Thought of Rosa Luxembourg, Simone Weil and Hannah Arendt, London: 1994, Routledge.
  10. Oxenhandler, N., Looking for Heroes in Postwar France: Albert Camus, Max Jacob and Simone Weil, 1996, University Press of New England.
  11. Patsouras, L,. Simone Weil and the Socialist Tradition, San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press, 1992.
  12. Rhees, Rush., Discussions of Simone Weil. Ed. D.Z. Phillips. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.
  13. Springsted, E.O. (see 1 Allen, D. & Springsted, E.O.& I.6 Dunaway,J. & Springsted, E.).
  14. Stokes, Thomas, Audience, Intention, and Rhetoric in Pascal and Simone Weil, New York: Peter Lang, 1996 (vol.22 "Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures").
  15. Strickland, S. The Red Virgin: A Poem of Simone Weil, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press 1993.
  16. 16. Vetö, M., The Religious Metaphysics of Simone Weil, (trans. J. Dargan) Albany, 1994: State University of New York Press.

II. Articles and Chapters in Books

  1. Allen, D., "Liberation from Illusion," The Christian Century, August 22-29, 1990.
  2. Allen, D. "The Concept of Reading and the 'Book of Nature'" in I.1 and I.2.
  3. Allen, D., "Manifestations of the Supernatural according to Simone Weil," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.3 Sept. 1994.
  4. Andic, M. "Fairy Tales," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.1, Mar., 1992.
  5. Andic, M. "Discernment and the Imagination" in I.2.
  6. Andic, M., "Supernatural Justice and the Madness of Love," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.4 Dec. 1994.
  7. Andic, M. "The Love of Truth," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVIII.4 (dec. 1995), pp. 389-418.
  8. Beauchesne, R. "Attention in Simone Weil, and Dying as Supreme Attention," Église et Théologie, 24 (1993), pp.259-271.
  9. Bell, R. "Introduction: Divine Humanity: Simone Weil's Philosophy of Culture," in I.2.
  10. Bell, R. "Reading Simone on Rights, Justice and Love," in I.2.
  11. Blum, L., "Simone Weil," in Encyclopedia of Ethics, ed. Becker and Becker, NewYork, 1992: Garland Publishing, Inc.
  12. Brueck, K.T., "Simone Weil's Attachment," Crosscurrents: Religion and Intellectual Life, February, 1991.
  13. *Burns, S.A.M., "Justice and Impersonality: Simone Weil on Rights and Obligations," LavalThéologique et Philosophique, 49(3), Oct. 1993.
  14. Callahan, A., "Simone Weil: Witness to Solidarity in Affliction," Chapter 4 of Spiritual Guides for Today, New York: Crossroad, 1992.
  15. Collins, R. & F. Nielsen, "The Spirit of Simone Weil's Law," in I.2.
  16. Daniels, Kate "Excerpts from the Testimony of Simone Weil" (poem) The Critical Quarterly, vol. 35, no.2 (Summer, 1993) pp.94-96.
  17. Devaux, A.-A., "On the Right Use of Contradiction according to Simone Weil," in I.2.
  18. Evans, C.A., "The Nature of Narrative in Simone Weil's Vision of History," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.1 mars, 1994.
  19. Finch, H.L., "Simone Weil: Harbinger of a New Renaissance?" in I.2.
  20. Fischer, C.B., "Simone Weil and the Civilization of Work," in I.2.
  21. Grey, Christopher "Towards a Critique of Managerialism: The Contribution of Simone Weil" The Journal of Management Studies, vol. 33, no. 5 (Sept., 1996) pp. 591-611.
  22. Grote, J., "Weil's Theory of Social Force," Spirituality Today, 42.3, autumn, 1990.
  23. Hirsch, E., "Simone Weil: The Year of Factory Work," (poem) The New Yorker, Jan. 13, 1992.
  24. Ignatieff, M., "The Limits of Sainthood," The New Republic, June 18, 1990 pp.40-46.
  25. King, U., "Simone Weil: Waiting on God," Expository Times, 101:292-295, July, 1990.
  26. Little, J.P., "Simone Weil's Concept of Decreation," in I.2.
  27. Loades, A., "Simone Weil and Antigone: Innocence and Affliction," in I.2.
  28. Nielsen, F. (see Collins, R. & Nielsen, F.).
  29. Oxenhandler, N. "The Bodily Experience of Simone Weil," L'Esprit Créateur, XXXIV.3 (Fall, 1994) pp.82-89.
  30. Palmer, B. "Simone Weil and Secular Religions of Self-Affirmation," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.4, Dec. 1992.
  31. Phillips, D.Z., "God and Concept-Formation in Simone Weil," in I.2.
  32. Pirruccello, A., "Interpreting Simone Weil: Presence and Absence in Attention" Philosophy East and West, vol. 45, no.1, Jan. 1995, pp.61-72.
  33. Pirruccello, A., "Overcoming Self: Simone Weil on Beauty," in Divine Representation: Postmodernism and Spirituality, ed. A.W. Astell, New York: 1994, Paulist Press, pp.34-46.
  34. Pirruccello, A., "Time and the Body," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVIII.1 mars, 1995.
  35. Pirruccello, A., "'Gravity' in the Thought of Simone Weil," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 57.1.
  36. Poole, A., "War and Grace: The Force of Simone Weil on Homer," Arion, 3rd series, vol. II.1, Winter, 1992, 1-15.
  37. Purcell, D., "Iris Murdoch's The Green Knight and Simone Weil" CSW 19.2 (juin, 1996) pp.225-238.
  38. Reitan, E., "Punishment and Community: The Reintegrative Theory of Punishment," in Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26.1 (Mar.1996) pp.57-82.
  39. Reynolds, S. "Simone Weil and Women Workers in the 1930s: Condition ouvrière and Condition féminine" in Women in French Society and Culture: Papers in Memory of Andrea Cady, ed. D. Berry & A. Hargreaves, Loughborough: European research Centre, 1993 (reprinted in CSW XIX.1 pp.97-113).
  40. Schmidt, L., "Simone Weil on Religion: A Voegelinian Critique," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.3, Sept. 1992.
  41. Schmidt, L. "George Grant on Simone Weil as Saint and Thinker" in George Grant and the Subversion of Modernity: Art, Philosophy, Politics, Religion and Education, ed.A. Davis, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996 pp.263-281.
  42. Schmidt, L. & Maratto, S., "The Measure of Justice: The Language of Limit as Key to Simone Weil's Political Philosophy" ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University. Vol. 28 (2000) pp. 53-66.
  43. Sherry, P. " Simone Weil on Beauty," in I.2.
  44. Springsted, E. "Simone Weil," in Great Thinkers of the Western World, ed. I. McGreal, San Francisco: HarperRow, 1992.
  45. Springsted, E., "Conditions of Dialogue: John Hick and Simone Weil," Journal of Religion, January, 1992.
  46. Springsted, E., "Of Tennis, Persons and Politics," Philosophical Investigations, July, 1993.
  47. Springsted, E. O., "Rootedness: Culture and Value," in I.1 and I.2.
  48. Springsted, E.O. "The Need for Order and the Need for Roots: To Being through History," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.2 juin, 1994.
  49. Springsted, E.O., "Simone Weil," in The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. R. Audi, Cambridge: 1995, Cambridge University Press.
  50. Steiner, G., "Bad Friday," The New Yorker, March 2, 1992, pp.86-91.
  51. Steiner, G., "The Self-Hatred of Simone Weil," The Times Literary Supplement, June 4, 1993 pp.3-4 (reprinted in No Passions Spent: Essays 1978-1995, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996 pp.171-179).
  52. Terdiman, R., "The Obligation of the Past: Simone Weil's Memory," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVI.4, Dec. 1993.
  53. Williams, R., "The Necesssary Non-Existence of God," in I.2.
  54. Wisdo, D. "Simone Weil on Scepticism, Objectivity and Epistemic Life," Cahiers Simone Weil, XIV.3, Sept. 1991.