Dr. James Wong



• "Truth and the 'Politics of Ourselves'," with Russell Anderson, The Southern Journal of Philosophy, forthcoming 51 (no. 4, 2013)

• "Self and Others: The Work of 'Care' in Foucault's Care of the Self," Philosophy Today, 57 (no. 1, 2013): 99-113

• “Foucault and Autonomy,” Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (ARSP), 96 (no. 3, 2010): 277-290

• “Growing Dendrites: Brain-based learning, Governmentality and Ways of being a Person,” International Journal of the Humanities, 5 (no. 12, 2008): 73-77. Revised and expanded version appeared in Governmentality Studies in Education, Michael A Peters, A.C. Besley, Mark Olssen, Susanne Maurer and Susanne Weber (eds.), Sense Publications: Rotterdam, 2009, pp. 369-377.

• “Human all too human: gossip as activity,” International Journal of the Humanities, 2 (no. 1, 2005): 599-604

• “Sapere Aude: critical ontology and the case of child development,” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 37 (no. 4, December 2004): 863-882. Revised and Expanded version appeared in Why Foucault? New Directions in Educational Research, Michael A Peters and A.C. Besley (eds.), Peter Lang: New York, 2007, pp. 71-89.

• “Nancy Fraser and the Politics of Identity: Human Kinds and Transformative Remedies,” James Wong and Andrew Latus, Philosophia, 31 (nos. 1-2, 2003): 205-219.

• “Can Power Produce Knowledge? Reconsidering the relation of power to knowledge,” The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 41 (no. 1, 2003): 105-123.

Communication, Conflict and Resolution: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Social Philosophy, Cheryl Hughes and James Wong (eds.), Philosophy Documentation Centre: Charlottesville, VA, July 2003 (ISBN 1-889680-0).

• Guest editor, Canadian Journal of Communication 28 (no. 4, 2003), special issue with introduction “Revisioning boundaries of communication research”: 393-396. The issue is developed from the Revisioning Boundaries conference held at Wilfrid Laurier University, April 2003