Phenomenology is a humanism: Husserl's hermeneutical-historical struggle to determine the genuine meaning of human existence in "The crisis of the European sciences and transcendental phenomenology"
in: From sky and earth to metaphysics, Dordrecht : Springer
"Erit ergo spiritui subdita caro spiritalis" ("The spiritual flesh will therefore be subject to the spirit"): The heavenly pleasures of the disembodied and reembodied—an essay on Augustine and the problem of embodiment
in: Art, literature, and passions of the skies, Dordrecht : Springer
"Mais personne ne paraissait comprendre" ("But no one seemed to understand"): Atheism, nihilism, and hermeneutics in Albert Camus' L'étranger/the stranger
in: Destiny, the inward quest, temporality and life, Dordrecht : Springer