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Defying Descartes: Michael Moore (1639-1726) and Aristotelianism in Ireland and France
(Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2000)
Intellectual Imposters?- We Should be so Lucky!:Towards an Irish Public Sphere
(Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2009)
Looking back on the challenge posed to critical theory by the publication in 1999 of Sokal and Bricmont’s book, Intellectual Impostures, this essay argues that the latter was at least evidence of the ongoing vitality of ...
Irish Catholics, French Cartesians: Irish Reactions to Cartesianism in France, 1671-1726
(Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2004)
Postcolonial Passages: Migration and Cinematic Form in Michael Haneke’s "Hidden" and Alan Gilsenan’s "Zulu 9"
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
This essay examines two recent cinematic productions from France and Ireland, respectively: Michael Haneke’s Hidden and Alan Gilsenan’s Zulu 9. These two films are considered comparatively in terms of migration, postcolonial ...
A lot done, more to do – Barthes, Bertie and the facteur poujade
(Peter Lang, 2004)
Introduction (Pre-print version)