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by Joel Marks
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
University of New Haven


The following are Op-ed or "Forum" columns in the New Haven Register unless otherwise indicated.

"Hunting Bargains Seems to be Futile." April 25, 2012.

"Let's Follow Russia's Lead and Stop Toying with Time." November 7, 2011.

"Try to Imagine 23 Years of Silence and Solitude." Norwich Bulletin (Norwich, Connecticut). December 6, 2009.

"With Unthinkable Now Fact, Focus Turns to the Living." September 8, 2002.

"Education a Commodity for Too Many." May 22, 2001.

"Loss of Hour No Issue for a Steady Few." April 3, 2000.

"Return of Really Big Screen a Blessing for Movies." February 23, 2000.

"Television Sets Are Invading Public Spaces." June 30, 1998.

"There's Joy in Being a Tourist on One's Own Turf." November 19, 1997.

"Don't Give the Boot to Backpacks." January 15, 1997.

"Prime TV Time Can't Find Spot in Life's Lineup." June 14, 1996.

"The Discovery of the Opponym." Reflections (University of New Haven). Fall, 1994.

"Intellectual Pleasures." Reflections (University of New Haven). Spring, 1989.