Keekok Lee has published many books
which are shown below. Details, short descriptions and purchasing are
available by following the links beneath each book.
Her publications, both monographs and articles, have been submitted and accepted through the usual academic procedure. However, starting from Autumn 2021, she will make all forthcoming and future publications (monographs and articles) fully available under the Open Access mode for several reasons, of which the most compelling is the following. Many students and scholars have, over the years, approached her for copies of her work. Alas, she cannot release them to readers without violating copyright. Some have also told her that given the price of the monographs, they cannot afford to buy personal copies; some of them (from poorer economies) say that even their libraries may have some difficulty to buy them given their high cost. Open Access via keekoklee.org should solve these problems.
1. ‘Hart’s Primary and Secondary Rules’ in Mind, 1968, pp561-4.
2. ‘Popper’s Falsifiability and Darwin’s Natural Selection’ in Philosophy, 1969, pp291-302.
3. ‘Levi-Strauss and Freud - Victims of their own Myths’ in The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, 1970, pp57-67.
4. ‘The Legalist School and Legal Positivism’ in The Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 1975, pp23-56.
5. ‘Kuhn - A Re-appraisal’ in Explorations in Knowledge, 1984, Vol.1, pp33-88.
6. ‘Race Relations in Education in the UK: An Ethical Perspective’ in Race Relations and Urban Education: Context and Promising Practices, eds. Peter Pumfrey and Gajendra Verma, Falmer Press, Sussex, 1990, pp35-47.
7. ‘Instrumentalism and the Last Person Argument’ in Environmental Ethics, 1993, pp333-344.
8. ‘To De-industrialize - Is It So Irrational’ in The Politics of Nature: Explorations in Green Political Theory, eds. Andrew Dobson and Paul Lucardie, Routledge, London, 1993, pp105-117.
9. ‘Awe and Humility: Intrinsic Value in Nature -¬ Beyond an Earthbound Environmental Ethic’ in Philosophy and the Natural Environment, eds Andrew Belsey and Robin Attfield, The Royal Institute of Philosophy as well as Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1994, pp89-102.
10. ‘Ancestors, Posterity, Reciprocity and Equilibrium’ in Future Generations Studies II, eds. T-C Kim and James A Dator. Kyoto: The Institute for Integrated Study of Future Generations, 1995.
11. ‘Beauty For Ever?’ in Environmental Values. Vol. 4 (1995): 213-225.
12. ‘Homo Faber: The Ontological Category of Modernity.’ In Contemporary Political Studies. UK: The Political Studies Association, 1996, pp357-68.
13. ‘Source and Locus of Intrinsic Value - A Re-examination’ to Environmental Ethics, (August) 1996: 297-310.
14. ‘Designer Mountains: The Ethics of Nanotechnology’ in Terra Nova: Nature and Culture, 2(1997): 127-36.
15. ‘Biodiversity’ in The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Vol.1. edited by Ruth Chadwick. San Diego: Academic Press, 1997, pp 285-304.
16. ‘An Animal: What Is It?’ in Environmental Values 4(1997): 393-410.
17. ‘Colonization’ in Blackwell Companion to Environmental Philosophy, edited by Dale Jameison. Oxford: Blackwell, July 2000.
18. ‘Global Sustainable Development: Its Intellectual and Historical Roots’ in Global Sustainable Development: An Introduction, edited by Keekok Lee, Alan Holland and Desmond McNeill. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000.
19. ‘The Taj Mahal and the Spider’s Web’ in Ethics of the Built Environment, edited by Warwick Fox. London: Routledge, 2000.
20. ‘Patenting and Transgenic Organisms: A Philosophical Exploration’, Techné, Spring 2003.
21. ‘There is Biodiversity and Biodiversity” in Philosophy and Biodiversity, edited by Markku Oksanen and Juhani Pieterinen in the series Philosophy and Biology edited by Michael Ruse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
22. ‘Technology: History and Philosophy’ in Essays in Philosophy (Vol. 6. No. 1), (January) 2005
23. ‘Is Nature Autonomous?’ in Recognizing Nature’s Autonomy, edited by Thomas Heyd. New York: Columbia University Press, 2005.
24. ‘Biotic and Abiotic Nature: How Radical is Rolston’s Environmental Philosophy’ in Nature, Value, Duty: Life on Earth with Holmes Rolston III, edited by Christopher J. Preston and Wayne Ouderkirk, Berlin: Springer, 2007.
25. ‘Genetic Resources, Genetic Democracy, Genetic Equity’ edited by Juha Räikkä and Veikko Launis, Berlin: Springer, 2007.
26. ‘Homo Faber: The Unity of the History of Technology and the Philosophy of Technology’ in New Waves in Philosophy of Technology, edited by Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Evan Selinger and Søren Riis, London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008.
27. ‘Biology and Technology’ in Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Technology edited by Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Stig Pedersen and Vincent Hendricks, Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.
28. ‘Asian Politics, Economy and Technology’ in Blackwell Companion to the Philosophy of Technology edited by Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen, Stig Pedersen and Vincent Hendricks, Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.
29. ‘Biodiversity’ in Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics, edited by Ruth Chadwick, Elsevier, Kidlington, 2012.
30. ‘Towards Constructing Post-postmodern 21st Century Sciences: The Relevance of Classical Chinese Medicine’ in Asia, Europe Dialogue and the Emergence of Modern Science: Knowledge Crossing Boundaries edited by Bala Arun, Palgrave MacMillan，New York, 2012.
31. ‘Kant and Chinese Philosophy’ in The Interwoven World: Ideas and Encounters in History edited by Burjor Avari and George Gheverghese Joseph. New Directions in Humanities. Common Ground Publishing, Illinois, February 2016.
32. ‘RCTs & EBM as Gold Standards: A Trojan Horse for Biomedicine?’ in Knowing and Acting in Medicine edited by Robyn Bluhm, Rowen and Littlefield International, Lanham, January 2017.
33. ‘Technology and De-humanization of Medicine’ in Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine edited by Thomas Schramme and Steve Edwards, Dordrecht: Springer, 2017.
34. ‘Bohr, Quantum Physics and The Laozi’. Australasian Philosophical Review, 2017, 1.3.
35. ‘Epidemiology is Ecosystem Science’ in Synthese. 2019 Feb. 26: 1-29. [Epub ahead of print]; doi: 10.1007/s11229-019-02129-5. URL = https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7088955/ . Synthese, 198(10). 2539-2567. DOI: 10.1007/s11229-019-02129-5. Epidemiology is ecosystem science | SpringerLink .
36. ‘An Understanding of CCM (inclusive of Acupuncture) as Non-Newtonian Science: Its Metaphysical/ Ontological Core, Its Implications for Methodology, Causality and Treatment’, in Eds. Friedrich Wallner, Lan Fengli and Jan Brousek, Constructive Realism in Chinese Medicine. Libri Nigri series 81 ed. by Hans Rainer Sepp, Nordhausen: Traugott Bautz Verlag, 2020.
37. Keekok Lee. 3 September 2021. First Edition.‘A Diagnosis and a Prognosis of RCT as Gold Standard and Pillar of EBM’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
38. Keekok Lee. 3 September 2021. First Edition. ‘Epidemiology as Interventionist Science: Covid-19 and Its Non-pharmaceutical Measures’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
39. Keekok Lee. 3 September 2021. First Edition. ‘A Misconception of the Chinese Conception of Friendship’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
40. Keekok Lee. 3 September 2021. First Edition. ‘Ancient Chinese Architecture and Ancient Chinese Cosmology A Response to Professor Florian Urban’s Point of View in The Conversation’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
41. Keekok Lee. 30 September 2021. First Edition. ‘Epidemiological Thinking Through the Lens of Different Cultural Perspectives: Mask-wearing as a Case-study’’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
42. Keekok Lee. 12 October 2021. First Edition. ‘SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19: Making Some Distinctions and Demolishing Some Myths’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
43a. Keekok Lee. 12 October 2021. First Edition. ‘In the Context of COVID-19, Differences between China and “the West”: Culturally, Politically and Ideologically’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
43b. Keekok Lee. 18 November 2021. Second Edition. ‘In the Context of COVID-19, Differences between China and “the West”: Culturally, Politically and Ideologically’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
44. Keekok Lee. 18 October 2021. First Edition. ‘Inoculating Against Smallpox: Towards a More Accurate, Comprehensive Assessment of Medical Achievements’. URL = www.keekoklee.org. To read this article, click here.
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