Publications

Following is an abridged list of my works with links. If you are interested in viewing my full academic Curriculum Vitae, you can download it here. For my literary (non-academic) CV, download that here.

1. Sample Papers

Gunter, Pete A. Y. “The Actual Indefinite in Bergson & Whitehead

__________. “A Tale of Two Memories: Bergson & the Creation of Memory Science

__________. “Bergson’s Creation of the Possible

__________. “Dynamic Memory: Bergson & the Creation of the Possible” (early variation of the above)

__________. “Six Scientific Alternatives to Darwinism

__________. “Transformation of Analysis in Bergson

2. Big Thicket Publications

Pete A. Y. Gunter. The Big Thicket: A Challenge for Conservation. Foreword by Walter Hickel. Photography by Roy Hamric. Distributed by Viking Press. Austin and New York: Jenkins Publishing Company; Riverside, Connecticut: Chatham Press, 1972, 172.
__________. Diverse Articles in the Texas Observer (1967 – 1984).
__________. The Big Thicket: An Ecological Reevaluation. Foreword by Bob Armstrong. Photography by Roy Hamrick. Denton: University of North Texas Press. 1993.
__________. Saving the Big Thicket: From Exploration to Preservation, 1685-2003. by James Cozine, Jr. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2004. (Editor with Afterword).
__________. The Big Thicket Guidebooks by Lorainne Bonne. University of North Texas Press, 2011. (Editor with, W. M. Johnston).

3. Ecophilosophy & Environmental Values

Pete A. Y. Gunter. “Mental Inertia and Environmental Decay: The End of an Era.” The Living Wilderness, 34, No. 109, Spring, 1970, 3-5.
__________. Pete A. Y. Gunter. “The Rural Southern Mentality and the Environmental Crisis.” In Population and Environmental Crisis. (Ed. Stephen White) Johnson City, Tennessee: East Tennessee State University Research Advisory Council, 1975, 115 pp., 9-25. Cf. also x, 115.
__________. Present Tense. Future Perfect? A Symposium on Widening Choices For the Visual Resource. Editor with Bobette Higgins. Dallas, Texas: LandMark Program, 1985,19-27.
__________. “The Disembodied Parasite and Other Tragedies; or, Modern Western Philosophy and How to Get Out of It.” in The Wilderness Condition: Essays on Environment and Civilization. Ed. M. Oelschlaeger. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1992, 205-219.
__________ and Max Oelschlaeger. Texas Land Ethics. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1997, 156.
__________. “Whitehead’s Conribution to Ecological Thought: Some Unrealized Possibilities.” Interchange, 31, Nos. 2-3, 2000, 211–223.
__________. “A Whiteheadian Aesthetics of Nature: Beauty and the Forest.”Process Studies, 33, n.2, 2004, 315-322.
__________. “Metaphysics and Orchids.” Process and Education, 1, n.1, October, 2007, p.2.
__________. “Whitehead and Environmental Education.” A Different Three Rs for Education: Reason, Relationality, Rhythm. Ed. George Allan and Ed. Malcolm D. Evans . New York: Rodophi, 2006. 75-86.

4. Henri Bergson: His Methods & Their Applications

Pete A. Y. Gunter. “Bergson’s Reflective Anti-intellectualism,” Personalist, 47, No. 1, Winter, 1966, 43-60.

__________. Bergson and the Evolution of Physics. (Ed. and Trans. With Intro.) Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1969, 348, Winner, Southern Books Competition.
__________. “Biological Time and Biological Mechanism: Reflections on the New Embryology,” Southwestern Journal of Philosophy, 2, Nos. 1 and 2, Spring-Summer, 1971, 173-183.
__________. “Bergson’s Theory of Matter and Modern Cosmology,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 32, No. 4, October December, 1971, 525-542.
__________. “Bergson’s Philosophical Method and its Applications to the Sciences.” The Southern Journal of Philosophy, 16, No. 3, Winter, 1978, 167-181.
__________. “Bergson and Jung.” Journal of the History of Ideas, 43, No. 4, October-December, 1982, 635-652.
__________. “The Constancy of Kantian Time: Reflections on Chronobiology.” Philosophical Topics, 13, No. 2, 1985, 37-42.
__________. Bergson and Modern Thought:Towards a Unified Science. Co-edited with Andrew C. Papanicolaou. New York, London, Paris: Harwood Academic Publishers,1987, 394.
__________. “Bergson and Nonlinear Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics: an Application of Method.” Revue internationale de philosophie, 43, No. 177, 1991, 108-121.
__________. “Bergson, les images, et l’homme neuronal.” in Bergson et les neurosciences. Eds. Philippe Gallois et Gerard Forzy. Le Plessis Robinson: Institute Synthelabo, 1997, 109-124.
__________. “Bergson, Mathematics, and Creativity.” Process Studies, 28, Nos. 3-4, 1999, 180-397.
__________. “Temporal Hierarchy in Bergson and Whitehead.” Interchange. 36, Nos.1-2, January, 2005, 139-157.
__________. “Bergson’s Divided Line and Minkowski’s Psychiatry: The Way Down.” Chromatikon IV: Yearbook of Philosophy in Process. Eds. Michel Weber and Pierfrancesco Basile. Louvain: Presses Universitaires de Louvain, 2008, 107-119.
__________. Henri Bergson: A Bibliography. 1st Ed. 1974; 2nd Ed. 1986, Philosophy Documentation Center; 3rd. Ed. Presses Universitaires de France, Espace.

5. Poetry & Fiction

Pete A. Y. Gunter. “Cartesian Meditation.” The Personalist, 49, No. 2, Spring, 1968, 182. (Poem)
__________. “August, 1968: Thoughts in a Month of Locusts.” Religious Humanism, 4, No. 2, Spring, 1970, 73. (Poem)
__________. “A Stone for Samuel.” Southern Humanities Review, 4, No. 3, Summer, 1970, 230. (Poem)
__________. River in Dry Grass. Bryan, Texas: Shearer Publishing, 1985, 288. (Novel)
__________. “The Ceremonial Heap and the Smell of Burnt Gasket: Two Special Memories of Christmas.” in A Texas Christmas. II. Ed. John Edward Weems. Dallas: Pressworks, 1986, 59-67. (Short story)
__________. “Justice’s Fence.”  in New Texas ’93. Poetry & Fiction. Denton: Center for Texas Studies, 1993, 139-149. (Short Story)
__________. Nameless War. (Novel in process)

6. History

Pete A. Y. Gunter. W. R. Strong: His Memoirs. Eds. Pete A. Y. Gunter & Robert A. Calvert. Denton, Texas: Denton County Historical Commission, 1982, 61.
__________. “The Great Gainesville Hanging, October, 1862.” Blue and Gray Magazine, 3, Issue 5, May, 1986, 48-55.
__________. “Introduction” & Index to The Red River Notes of Lillian Gunter, 830 pp., 2010. This collection of historical materials on Cooke County, Texas, and the Red River has been deposited at the Morton Historical Museum (Gainesville,Texas), the University of North Texas Historical Archives, and the Dolph Briscoe Archives of American History (Austin, Texas). (Digitalized and placed on the Internet by the Cooke County Library and at TAMU – Commerce Digital Collection.)

7. Music

Pete A. Y. Gunter. “Banker’s Life Blues.” Texas Observer, 63, No. 3, February 12, 1971, 11. (Song, published under pseudonym, Aristarchus of Samos.)
__________. “Ragtime for Husserl.” (Song) in “Phenomenologenlieder” by Hans Lenk. Conceptus, 22, No. 55, 1988, 137-141.
__________. “Cartesian Meditation.” (Song) Contemporary Philosophy, 12, No. 9, May, 1989, 36.
__________. “The Second Law of Thermodynamics Stomp.” (Song Lyrics) The North Texan, Fall, 1997, p.8.
__________. Chicken-fried Escargot, Red River Records. 1998. A group of Philosophical and Environmental Songs. (Audiotape).

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