Volume 43, Number 1 Winter 2022

Hannah Arendt on Racist Logomania
Joshua M. Hall, William Paterson University

Kelsen’s Criticism of Platonic Justice
Christopher Adair–Toteff, University of South Florida

Critical Notice

Mental Weakness and the Failures of Military Psychiatry
Book Author: Mark C. Russell and Charles Figley
Reviewed by Stuart T. Doyle, Third Force Reconnaissance Company, USMC

Book Reviews

Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds and Shape Our Futures by Merlin Sheldrake
Book Author: Merlin Sheldrake
Reviewed by Alex Gomez–Marin, Instituto de Neurociencias (CSIC-UMH), Alicante, Spain

Connecting Hearts and Minds: Insights, Skills, and Best Practices for Dealing with Differences
Book Author: Greg Nees
Reviewed by Liz Stillwaggon Swan, Program for Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado Boulder

Volume 43, Number 2 Spring 2022

Realistically Re-Envisioning General Psychology and its Relation to Specialization
Fiona J. Hibberd, University of Sydney and Agnes Petocz, Western Sydney University

The Homeostatic Structure of Macroscopic Behavior
Koshi Otsuka, Yokohama City, Japan

Continuity, Time, and Order
Walter B. Weimer, Pennsylvania State University, Emeritus

The Foundations of Compellingness
Jim Davies, Carleton University

Volume 43, Number 3 Summer 2022

Splitting the Atom: The Paradox of Proprioceptive Dialogue

Steven M. Rosen, College of Staten Island/City University of New York

The Theory of a Natural Eternal Consciousness: Addendum

Bryon K. Ehlmann, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Zoned-In and Zoned-Out: An Analysis of the Roles of Automaticity and Mindedness in Flow Experiences
Alan S. Waterman, The College of New Jersey

Kirchheimer and Schmitt on “Legality” and “Legitimacy”
Christopher Adair–Toteff, University of South Florida

How Can Behavior Be Understood if Its Explanation is Not Comprehended? Does Cognitive Psychology Reach Its Explanatory Limit?
Sam S. Rakover, Haifa University

Volume 43, Number 4 Autumn 2022

Heroism and Prestige in Two Popular War Films
Richard T. McClelland, Nanaimo, British Columbia

Free Will, Temporal Asymmetry, and Computational Undecidability
Stuart T. Doyle, Third Force Reconnaissance Company, USMC

Pareto’s Problem: An Analysis of Human Behavior
Christopher Adair–Toteff, University of South Florida