Essays by Alan Gullette
Many of these essays were written while I was an undergraduate at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. This explains (but does not excuse) the fact that the language is sometimes roughly hewn. While separated by subject, the topics are most often philosophical.
Other essays are newer, many literary and forming part of my literary web pages.
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Whorf: Linguistic Relativism and Beyond
Mysticism and Science
- Creativity in Art and Science, With Some Reference to Religion: Precis in Lieu of Outline (3/82)
- Insight and Creativity in Art, Science and Religion (3/9/82)
- The Adaptive Value of Meditation: Some Ethological Considerations (Winter 1982)