Rubinoff, Lionel

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RUBINOFF, Lionel. Canadian, b. 1930. Genres: Environmental sciences/ Ecology, Philosophy, Social commentary, Social sciences, Theology/Religion. Career: University of Toronto, instructor, 1957-58; York University, Toronto, lecturer, 1960-63, assistant professor, 1968-70, professor of social science and philosophy, 1970-71; Trent University, Peterborough, ON, professor of philosophy, 1971-96, vice-dean, arts and sciences, 1980-85, chairman, Philosophy Dept., 1991-96, professor emeritus, 1996-; Peterborough Regional Health Centre, chair of ethics consultation service and research ethics board, 2000-. Publications: The Pornography of Power, 1968; Collingwood and the Reform of Metaphysics, 1970; The Dialectic of Work and Labour in the Ontology of Man, 1971; Violence and the Retreat from Reason, 1974; Auschwitz and the Theology of Holocaust, 1974; Nationalism and Celebration, 1975; Vico and the Verification of Historical Interpretation, 1976; Auschwitz and the Pathology of Jew-Hatred, 1976; Technology and the Crisis of Rationality, 1977; The Metaphysics of Technology and the Crisis of Rationality, 1978; In Nomine Diaboli, 1978; On Theorizing Human Conduct, 1979; Hymn to Apollo, 1981; Utopianism and the Eschatology of Violence, 1981; Multiculturalism and the Metaphysics of Pluralism, 1982; Beyond the Domination of Nature, 1985; Obligations to Future Generations, 1988; Technology and the Conserver Society, 1990; Historicity and Point of View, 1991; History and Human Nature: Reflections on R.G. Collingwood, 1991; The Editing of Collingwood's Manuscripts, 1992; Jewish Identity and the Challenge of Auschwitz, 1993; The Relation between Philosophy and History in the Thought of Benedetto Croce and R.G. Collingwood, 1996; F.H. Bradley and the Presuppositions of Critical History, 1996; Politics, Ethics, Ecology, 1997; Capitalism, Ethics and Ecology, 2000; The World Is Your Body, 2004. EDITOR: F.H. Bradley, The Presuppositions of Critical History, 1968; R.G. Collingwood, Faith and Reason: Essays in the Philosophy of Religion, 1968; Tradition and Revolution, 1971; Objectivity, Method and Point of View, 1991. Address: 2224 Old Norwood Rd RR 7, Peterborough, ON, Canada K9J 6X8. Online address: [email protected]; [email protected]