Nigel Tubbs, (2014) Philosophy and Modern Liberal Arts Education: Freedom is to Learn, PalgraveMacmillan, ISBN 978-1137358912
‘This book argues for a modern version of liberal arts education, exploring first principles within the divine comedy of educational logic. By reforming the three philosophies of metaphysics, nature and ethics upon which liberal arts education is based, Tubbs offers a profound transatlantic philosophical and educational challenge to the subject.’
Nigel Tubbs, (2017) God, Education and Modern Metaphysics: the logic of ‘know thyself’ (Routledge), ISBN 978-0415746120
‘The Western tradition has long held the view that while it is possible to know that God exists, it nevertheless remains impossible to know what God is. The ineffability of the monotheistic God extends to each of the Abrahamic faiths. In this volume, Tubbs considers Aristotle’s logic of mastery and questions the assumptions upon which God’s ineffability rests.’
These articles are written for a professional academic audience by MLA tutors.
‘In the Shadow of Gillian Rose: Truth as Education in the Hegelian Philosophy of Rowan Williams’ (Political Theology, 2017)
‘My Friend Ilan Gur Ze’ev‘ (Studies in Philosophy and Education, 2017)
‘Green Metaphysics: a sustainable and renewable liberal arts education‘ (Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2017)
‘Epistemology as Education‘ (Education Sciences, 2016, 6 (4), 41).
‘The Value of the Arts’ (2013) (Journal of Philosophy of Education, Volume 47, Issue 3, pages 441–456, August 2013)
Humanitas, Metaphysics and Modern Liberal Arts (Educational Philosophy and Theory, Vol 46, Issue 5, 2014, pp. 488-498)
Know Thyself: macrocosm and microcosm (Studies in Philosophy and Education, v.30 no.1 p53-66 Jan 2011)
Existentialism and Humanism: Humanity—Know Thyself! (Studies in Philosophy and Education, Sep 2013, Volume 32, Issue 5, pp 477-490)
Howard Caygill on resistance: ecce homo (Journal for Cultural Research, Volume 18, Issue 4, 2014, pages 370-383)
‘Gillian Rose and Education’ Telos, no. 173, Winter 2015, pp. 125-143.