My very first publication, a 1992 book review of David Velleman’s Practical Reflection, is now online. It’s a bit more accessible to the non-philosopher than my Aristotle-on-relations review, but, well, not much.
I’m not sure how much of the review I still agree with; my more recent rejection of the impositionist/reflectionist dichotomy might raise trouble for some of the distinctions I use in the review. Or it might not; I haven’t really thought about it. (And I have no time to think about it right now!)
In March last year, I bookmarked this link to the full text of Practical Reflection. The link appears to be broken now, but a resourceful person might try plugging that URI into The Wayback Machine.
Oops, the URI is: http://homepages.nyu.edu/%7Edv26/Practical_Reflection/index.html