II. PHILOSOPHICAL COUNSELING
A. Did seminal work on emotion.
B. Wrote five books on emotion which are used by numerous universities as texts and library resources.
C. Published numerous articles on the subject and related subjects, such as: aesthetic emotion, anger, anxiety, blame, desire, humor, love, lying, verbal abuse.
D. Did extensive research on joie de vivre, having published and given papers on the subject here and at the University of Paris (in French).
E. Gave professional papers on emotion at numerous universities throughout the world (especially Europe). Thereby, I encouraged philosophers and other academicians to learn about and to teach courses on emotion. Because of its importance, my research, paper presentations, and publications have concentrated on the subject of emotion both in theory and practice, as well as in the classroom.
F. I have recently given philosophy papers on emotion at the University of Hong Kong, University of Ulster; "Aesthetic Emotion" at the Canadian Society for Aesthetics Conference; "Philosophical Counseling and Emotion" (Society for Philosophy, Counseling & Psychotherapy; American Philosophical Association), "Metaphor, Music, Humor and Emotion," Radcliffe-Harvard; Commentator on Jeffrie Murphy paper, "Forgiveness in Counseling: A Philosophical Perspective," American Philosophical Association, University of California-Berkeley.
G. Wrote a critical review against Lacan's psychotherapy for Studies in Language 1997.
Warren Shibles, Philosophy Educator and Advisor
Senior philosophy professor, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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AREA SPECIALTIES: General Philosophy, Ordinary Language Philosophy, Humanism, Aesthetics, Ethics and Moral Questions, Philosophical Psychology. Humanistic Feminism, Philosophy for Children, Philosophies of Life and Belief Systems, Philosophy of Science, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Language, the Metaphorical Method.
CLARIFICATION OF TOPICS: Critical and rational thinking, informal fallacies in thinking, general philosophical topics, blame, death, emotion (including analyses of specific emotions such as: love, jealousy, anger, grief, bereavement, desire, anxiety, revenge, fear, guilt, impatience, etc.), moral problems (e.g., abortion), lying, meaning, the relationship between thought and language, humor, how to teach values in the schools, arguments regarding religion, aesthetics, creative thinking.