Details about Dr. Attig's Other Writings

Invited Articles

Journal Articles and Reviews

Articles in Proceedings

Anthologies

Textbooks

Invited Articles

"Existential Suffering: Anguish Over Our Human Condition," in Counting Our Losses: Reflecting on Change, Loss, and Transition in Everyday Life, ed., Darcy Harris, Routledge, forthcoming 2010.

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"Caring for Children in Hospice and Palliative Care: The Spiritual/Religious Dimension," with Betty Davies, in Religious Understandings for a "Good Death" in Hospice/Palliative Care, ed., Harold Coward and Kelli Stajduhar, SUNY Albany, forthcoming.

"Bereavement," with B. Davies and M. Towne, in Oxford Textbook of Palliative Care for Children, ed., A. Goldman, R. Hain, and S. Liben, Oxford University Press (2006).

"Rational Suicide in Terminal Illness: The Ethics of Intervention and Assistance," Living with Grief: Ethical Dilemmas in End-of-Life Care, ed., Kenneth Doka, Hospice Foundation of America (2005).

"Bereavement in Palliative Care for Children, with B. Davies and M. Townsend ,forthcoming in Oxford Textbook on Pediatric Palliative Care, ed., Ann Goldman, S. Liben, and R. Hain, Oxford University Press.

"Meanings of Death Seen through the Lens of Grieving," Death Studies (2004).

"Questionable Assumptions about Assumptive Worlds," in Loss of the Assumptive World: A Theory of Traumatic Loss, ed., J. Kaufman, Bruner-Routledge (2002).

"Relearning the World: Always Complicated, Sometimes More Than Others," in Complicated Grieving and Bereavement: Understanding and Treating People Experiencing Loss, ed. G. R. Cox, R. A. Bendiksen, and R. G. Stevenson, Baywood Publishing (2001).

"Relearning the World: Making and Finding Meanings," in Meaning Reconstruction and the Experience of Loss, ed. Robert Neimeyer, American Psychological Association (2001).

"Anticipating the Transition to Loving in Absence," In Clinical Dimensions of Anticipatory Mourning: Theory and Practice, ed. Therese Rando Research Press, 2000.

"Beyond Pain: The Existential Suffering of Children", Journal of Palliative Care (1996).

"Respecting Bereaved Children and Adolescents," Beyond the Innocence of Childhood (Volume 3): Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Death and Bereavement, ed., Adams, David and Deveau, Eleanor, Baywood, 1995.

"Respecting the Spirituality of the Dying and the Bereaved," A Challenge for Living: Dying, Death, and Bereavement, ed., Corless, Germino and Pittman-Lindeman, Jones and Bartlett, 1995. Revised as "Respecting the Spiritual Beliefs of the Dying and the Bereaved" for inclusion in the Second Edition, 2002.

"Death Themes in Adolescent Music: The Classic Years," Adolescence and Death, ed. Charles Corr and Joan McNeil, Springer (1986).

"Existential-Phenomenology and Applied Philosophy,"ed. William Hamrick, Martinus Nijhoff (1985).


Journal Articles and Reviews

"Disenfranchised Grief Revisited: Discounting Hope and Love," forthcoming in Omega(2004).

"Can We Talk?: On the Elusiveness of Dialogue," Death Studies (1995).

"Person-Centered Death Education," Death Studies (1992).

"Perceptions of Grief among University Students" (with Craig Vickio and John Cavanaugh), Death Studies (1992).

"The Importance of Conceiving of Grieving as an Active Process," Death Studies (1991).

"Wrongful Death Statutes and Expert Testimony," Death Studies (1991).

"Relearning the World: On the Phenomenology of Grieving," Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology (1990).

"Coping with Mortality: An Essay on Self-Mourning," Death Studies (1989).Reprinted in The Path Ahead, ed., DeSpelder, Lynne and Strickland, Albert, Mayfield, 1995.

"Suicide: The Philosophical Issues, ed. M. Pabst Battin and David Mayo," a review in Death Education (1983).

"Death: An Interdisciplinary Analysis by Warren Shibles," a review in Death Education (1979).


Articles in Proceedings

"Hidden Social Faces of Grieving and Relearning the World," Keynote address in Proceedings of the 1995 Conference of the National Association for Grief and Loss, Adelaide, Australia.

"Grief, Love and Separation," Death: Completion and Discovery, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1987).

"Whose Grief Is it Anyway?" Toward an Ethic for Funeral Directors," Creativity in Death Education and Counseling, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1983).

"Grief and Personal Integrity," Priorities in Death Education and Counseling, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1982).

"Presumptions of Suicide Intervention and Respect for Persons," Priorities in Death Education and Counseling, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1982).

"Death Education and Life-Enhancing Grief," New Directions in Death Education and Counseling, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1981).

"Death Education as Care of the Dying," New Directions in Death Education and Counseling, Forum for Death Education and Counseling (1981).

"Death, Respect and Vulnerability," The Dying Human, Turtledove Press (1979). The lead article in the proceedings volume for the First International Symposium on the Dying Human, Tel Aviv, 1978.

"The Liberated Funeral," Proceedings of the Sixth National Convention of the Association (microfilm), compiled by Michael T. Marsden, Bowling Green State University, Popular Press (1976).


Anthologies

Values and Moral Standing, co-edited with Donald Callen and L.W. Sumner, Bowling Green State University Applied Philosophy Program (1986).

The Restraint of Liberty, co-edited with Donald Callen and John Gray, Bowling Green State University Applied Philosophy Program (1985).

Social Policy and Conflict Resolution, co-edited with Donald Callen and R.G. Frey, Bowling Green State University Applied Philosophy Program (1984).

The Applied Turn in Contemporary Philosophy, co-edited with Michael Bradie and Nicholas Rescher, Bowling Green State University Applied Philosophy Program (1983).

Ethics and the Environment, co-edited with Donald Scherer, Prentice-Hall (1982).

Understanding Human Emotions, co-edited with Fred Miller, Bowling Green State University Applied Philosophy Program (1979).


Textbooks

Introduction to Philosophy: From Wonder to World View, co-authored with Donald Scherer, Peter Facione and Fred Miller for Prentice-Hall (1978).

Values and Society: An Introduction to Ethics and Social Philosophy, co-authored with Peter Facione and Donald Scherer for Prentice-Hall (1978). A second edition, entitled Ethics and Society was published by Prentice-Hall in 1992.