Chapters and articles

Smith, Nicholas H. (2021) ‘Interpretation for Emancipation: Taylor as a Critical Theorist’, International Journal of Philosophical Studies.

Smith Nicholas H. (2021) ‘Speranza e democrazia’ (‘Hope and Democracy’), in Paolo Costa ed. Charles Taylor: Modernità al bivio. L’eredità della ragione romantica, Marietti.

Smith Nicholas H. and Tracy Llanera (2021) ‘A Culture of Egotism: Rorty and Higher Education’, in A. Mahon ed, Philosophical Readings of the Contemporary University: In Shadows and Light, Springer.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Andrew Dunstall (2021) ‘Alasdair MacIntyre, Universities and the Common Good’, European Journal of Philosophy, 1-14.

Smith Nicholas H. (forthcoming) ‘Taylor and Liberal Naturalism’, in M. de Caro and D. Macarthur eds, Handbook of Liberal Naturalism, Routledge.

Smith Nicholas H. (2021) ‘Work as a Realm of Social Freedom’, in K. Breen and J-P Deranty eds, The Politics and Ethics of Contemporary Work, Routledge, pp. 16-31.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2019) ‘Basic Income, Social Freedom and the Fabric of Justice’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Tracy Llanera (2019) ‘Pragmatist Transcendence in Rorty’s Metaphilosophy’, Analyse & Kritik, Vol 41(1), 97-116.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2019), ‘Arendt’s anti-humanism of labour’, European Journal of Social Theory, Vol 22(2) 175-190.

Smith Nicholas H. (2018) ‘Recognition and Multiculturalism’. In: Siep L., Ikaheimo H., Quante M. (eds) Handbuch Anerkennung. Springer Reference Geisteswissenschaften. Springer VS, Wiesbaden.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2018) ‘Ordinary Life’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, 44(7) 751-753 (German translation, ‘Das gewohnliche Leben’, Transit: Europäische Revue, special issue Charles Taylors Landkarte, vol 49, Autumn 2016, 122-124).

Smith, Nicholas H. (2018) Entry on ‘Charles Taylor’, in Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Philosophers Online (revised and expanded version of ‘Charles Taylor’, in Stuart Brown ed., Dictionary of Twentieth Century British Philosophers).

Review of The Language Animal by Charles Taylor, The Review of Politics, 79:3, 2017.

Smith, Nicholas H. ed (2016), ‘Philosophy and Work / Philosophie du travail’, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 4-2016, volume 70, No. 278.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2016), ‘Introduction: Philosophy and Work’, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 4-2016, No. 278, 429-433.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2016), ‘Between Philosophical Anthropology and Phenomenology: on Paul Ricoeur’s Philosophy of Work’, Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 4-2016, No. 278, 513-534.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2016) Entry on ‘McDowell, John Henry (1942-)’, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2015), ‘Hermeneutics and Critical Theory’, in Jeff Malpas and Hans-Helmut Gander eds, Routledge Companion to Philosophical Hermeneutics, London, Routledge, pp 600-611.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2015), ‘Solidarity and Work: A Reassessment’, in Arto Laitinen and Anne Birgitta Pessi eds., Solidarity: Theory and Practice, Lanham, Lexington, pp. 155-177.

Review of Self-Consciousness and the Critique of the Subject by Simon Lumsden, Critical Horizons, vol. 16 no. 3, August 2015, 309-310. French translation in Bulletin de Litterature Hegelienne, XXV, Archives de Philosophie, 78, 2015, 725-747.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2014), ‘Der Solidaritaetsbegriff von Charles Taylor’, in Ulf Bohmann ed., Wie wollen wir leben?, Nomos, Baden-Baden, pp 176-192.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2013), ‘Work as expression’, Travailler: Revue internationale de Psychopathologie et de Psychodynamique du Travail, vol. 30, 49-66 (also published in French translation as ‘Le travail comme expression’, op. cit. 67-86).

Smith, Nicholas H. (2013), ‘Rationality and Engagement: McDowell, Dreyfus and Zidane’, Hegel Bulletin, 34/2, 159-180.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2012), ‘Introduction: A Recognition-Theoretical Research Programme in the Social Sciences’, in O’Neill and Smith eds, Recognition Theory as Social Research, pp. 1-18.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2012), ‘Work as a Sphere of Norms, Paradoxes and Ideologies of Recognition’, in O’Neill and Smith eds, Recognition Theory as Social Research, pp. 87-108.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Jean-Philippe Deranty (2012), ‘Work, Recognition and the Social Bond: Changing Paradigms’, in Smith and Deranty eds, New Philosophies of Labour, pp. 1-38.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2012), ‘Three Normative Models of Work’, in Smith and Deranty eds, New Philosophies of Labour, pp. 181-206.

Smith, Nicholas H. ed. (2012), ‘Schwerpunkt: Arbeit nach dem Liberalismus’, Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, Vol. 60, no. 4, pp. 509-593.

Smith, Nicholas (2012), ‘Schwerpunkt: Arbeit nach dem Liberalismus’, Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, vol. 60, no. 4, 509-512.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Jean-Philippe Deranty (2012), ‘Work and the Politics of Misrecognition’, Res Publica vol.18, no. 1, February, 53-64.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2011), ‘Language, Work and Hermeneutics’, in Andrzej Wiercinski ed., Gadamer’s Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation, International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology Vol. 2, Berlin, LIT Verlag, pp. 201-220.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2011), ‘Recognition, Culture and Economy: Honneth’s Debate with Fraser’, in D. Petherbridge ed., Axel Honneth: Critical Essays with a Reply by Axel Honneth, Leiden and Boston, Brill, pp. 321-344.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2010), ‘From the Concept of Hope to the Principle of Hope’, in Janet Horrigan and Ed Wiltse eds, Hope after Hope, Amsterdam/New York, Rodopi, pp. 3-22.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2010), ‘Multiculturalism and Recognition’, in Duncan Ivison, ed. The Ashgate Research Companion to Multiculturalism, Aldershot, Ashgate, pp. 159-178.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2010), ‘Expressivism in Brandom and Taylor’, in James Chase, Edwin Mares, Jack Reynolds and James Williams eds., Postanalytic and Metacontinental: Crossing Philosophical Divides, London, Continuum, pp. 145-156.

‘Being Human’, Review of Reason in Philosophy by Robert Brandom, The Philosopher’s Magazine, Issue 49, 2nd Quarter 2010, 112-113.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Arto Laitinen(2009), ‘Taylor on Solidarity’, Thesis Eleven, no. 99, November, 48-70 (with reply by Taylor).

Smith, Nicholas H.(2009), ‘Work and the Struggle for Recognition’, European Journal of Political Theory, vol. 8, no. 1, January, 46-60.

Smith, Nicholas H. and Shane O’Neill eds. (2008), ‘Social Hope’, Critical Horizons, vol. 9 no. 1.

Smith, Nicholas H.(2008), ‘Levinas, Habermas and Modernity’, Philosophy and Social Criticism, vol. 34, no. 6, July, 643-664. (Reprinted in David Rasmussen and James Swindal eds, Habermas II, 4 Vols, Vol.1, ch. 11, Sage Masters in Modern Social Thought, New Delhi, Sage).

Smith, Nicholas H.(2008), ‘Analysing Hope’, Critical Horizons, vol. 9, no. 1, May, 5-23.

Review of The Idea of Evil by Peter Dews, Critical Horizons, vol. 9. no. 1, May 2008, 100-102.

Smith, Nicholas H.(2007), ‘The Hermeneutics of Work: On Richard Sennett’, Critical Horizons, vol. 8, no. 2, December, 186-204.

Robert Sinnerbrink, Jean-Philippe Deranty, Peter Schmiedgen and Nicholas H. Smith eds. (2006), ‘Critique Today’, Critical Horizons, vol. 6.

Sinnerbrink, Robert, Jean-Philippe Deranty, and Nicholas H. Smith. (2006), ‘Critique, Hope, Power: Challenges of Contemporary Critical Theory’, in R. Sinnerbrink et al eds., Critique Today, pp. 1-21.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2006), ‘Hope and Critical Theory’, Critical Horizons, vol. 6, no. 1, 45-61.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2006) Entries on ‘Hermeneutics’, ‘Gadamer’, ‘Herder’, ‘Schleiermacher’, ‘Ricoeur’, ‘Taylor’ and ‘MacIntyre’ in John Protevi ed., A Dictionary of Continental Philosophy, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2006 (Also published as Edinburgh Dictionary of Continental Philosophy Edinburgh University Press).

Smith, Nicholas H. (2005), ‘Rorty on Religion and Hope’, Inquiry, vol. 48, no. 1, February, 76-98. (Reprinted in James Tartaglia ed., Richard Rorty (Critical Assessments of Leading Philosophers), 4 Vols, Vol 4, ch. 83, London and New York, Routledge, 2010).

Smith, Nicholas H. (2005), ‘Is Monotheism Compatible with Pluralism? Reflections on Richard Rorty’s Critique of Religion’, in Avery Plaw ed., Frontiers of Diversity: Essays in Contemporary Pluralism, Amsterdam/New York, Rodopi, pp.17-32.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2004), ‘Taylor and the Hermeneutic Tradition’, in Ruth Abbey ed., Charles Taylor (Contemporary Philosophy in Focus), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 29-51.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2002), ‘Overcoming Representationalism’, in Arto Laitinen and Nicholas H. Smith eds., Perspectives on the Philosophy of Charles Taylor, pp. 29-43.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2002), ‘Introduction’, Reading McDowell: On Mind and World, pp. 1-5.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2002), ‘Hans-Georg Gadamer’, in Jon Simons ed., From Kant to Levi-Strauss: the Background to Contemporary Critical Theory, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 181–196.

Review of Charles Taylor by R. Abbey, Australasian Journal of Political Science, 36:3, 2001, 618.

Smith, Nicholas H. (2000), ‘Levinas, Subjectivity and the Sacred’, Synthesis Philosophica, 29–30, 1-2, 129–43. (Croation translation: ‘Levinas, subjectivnost I sveto’, Filozofska Istrazivanja, 81–82, 2-3, 2001, 397–408).

Smith, Nicholas H. (1999), ‘Philosophy, Contingency and Social Criticism’, in Iain Mackenzie and Shane O’Neill eds, Reconstituting Social Criticism: Political Morality in an Age of Skepticism, London, Macmillan, pp. 123-137.

McCarthy, Thomas, Shane. O’Neill, and Nicholas H. Smith (1997), ‘Critical Theory Today: An Interview with Thomas McCarthy’, Imprints, vol. 2 no. 1, 3-18. (Reprinted in William Rehg and James Bohman eds, Pluralism and the Pragmatic Turn. The Transformation of Critical Theory: Essays in Honour of Thomas McCarthy, Cambridge MA, MIT Press, pp. 413-29, 2001).

Smith, Nicholas H. (1997), ‘Reason after Meaning’ (reviewing Philosophical Arguments by Charles Taylor), Philosophy and Social Criticism, vol.23:1, 133-42.

Smith, Nicholas H. (1996), ‘Contingency and Self-Identity: Taylor’s Hermeneutics vs. Rorty’s Postmodernism’, Theory, Culture and Society, 13:2, 105-20.

‘Last Philosophy’, reviewing The Limits of Disenchantment: Essays on Contemporary European Philosophy by Peter Dews, Radical Philosophy, 80, Nov/Dec 1996, 40-2.

‘Critical Theory in Question’, reviewing Critical Theory by T. McCarthy and D. Hoy, and Of Critical Theory and its Theorists by S. Bronner, Radical Philosophy 73, Sept/Oct 1995, 42-4.

Review of Justification and Application: Remarks on Discourse Ethics by Jürgen Habermas, Cogito, Vol.8:3, 1994, 288-90.

Smith, Nick (1994), ‘Charles Taylor, Strong Hermeneutics and the Politics of Difference’, Radical Philosophy 68, Autumn, 19-27.

Smith, Nick (1994), ‘The Entwinement of Reason and Violence: The Frankfurt School’, Cogito, 8:3, 241-48.

Smith, Nick, (1993), ‘Social Power and the Domination of Nature’ (reviewing The Critique of Power by Axel Honneth), History of the Human Sciences, vol.6:3, 101-10.

‘Putting Practice into Theory’, reviewing Jürgen Habermas by  R.C.Holub, and The Role of Ethics in Social Theory by T. Smith, Radical Philosophy, 63, Spring 1993, 42-4.

Smith, Nick (1992), ‘The Spirit of Modernity and its Fate – Jürgen Habermas’ (reviewing The Philosophical Discourse of Modernity and other works), Radical Philosophy, 60, 23-29.

Smith, Nicholas H. (1987), ‘Wittgenstein and the Logic of Justification’, in Weingartner and Schutz eds, Recent Developments in Epistemology and Philosophy of Science (Reports of the Eleventh International Wittgenstein Symposium), pp. 174–76.