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H. Zwart (2017) Tales of Research Misconduct: a Lacanian diagnostics of integrity challenges in sciences novels. Library of Ethics and Applied Philosophy 36. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-65554-3


H. Zwart (2012) De filosofie van het luisteren. Partituren van het Zijn. Nijmegen: Vantilt (364 pp.)


H. Zwart (2010) De waarheid op de wand: psychoanalyse van het weten. Nijmegen: Van Tilt (374 pp.)


H. Zwart (2008) Understanding Nature. Case Studies in Comparative Epistemology. Series: The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics, Vol. 13. Dordrecht: Springer (284 pp.).


H. Zwart (2005) Denkstijlen [Annalen van het Thijmgenootschap]. Nijmegen: Valkhofpers (245 pp.)


H. Zwart (2002) Boude bewoordingen. De historische fenomenologie (“metabletica”) van J.H. van den Berg. Kampen: Klement / Kapellen: Pelckmans (336 pp.).


H. Zwart (2001) De wetenschapper als auteur. Geschiedenis en toekomst van het wetenschappelijk communiceren (oratie). Nijmegen: Sun, 2001 (37 pp.).


H. Zwart (2001) Tussen euforie en onbehagen. Geschiedenis en toekomst van de transplantatiegeneeskunde [Programma Medische Technologie]. Den Haag: Rathenau-Instituut (84 pp.)


H. Zwart (1999) De morele opdracht van de universiteit. Bij het afscheid van drs J. van der Maazen. Nijmegen: KUN (44 pp.).


H. Zwart (1998) Hub Zwart, Cor Hoffer. Orgaandonatie en lichamelijke integriteit [Cekunreeks 2]. Best: Damon (176 pp.).


H. Zwart (1996) Ethical consensus and the truth of laughter: the structure of moral transformations. Series: Morality and the meaning of life. Kampen: Kok Pharos (216 pp.).


H. Zwart (1995) Technocratie en onbehagen: de plaats van de ethiek in het werk van Michel Foucault. Nijmegen: Sun, (223 pp.).


H. Zwart (1993) Ethische consensus in een pluralistische samenleving. De gezondheidsethiek als casus. Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers, 1993 (352 pp.).



Papers international




103. H. Zwart (2018) Scientific iconoclasm and active imagination: synthetic cells as techno-scientific mandalas. Life Sciences, Society and Policy (collection: Synthetic biology: How the use of metaphors impacts on science, policy and responsible research) 14:10, 1-17.


102. H. Zwart (2018) Vampires, Viruses and Verbalisation: Bram Stoker’s Dracula as a genealogical window into fin-de-siècle science. Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts. 16 (2): 14-53.


101. H. Zwart (2018) The synthetic cell as a techno-scientific mandala: A Jungian analysis of synthetic biology research. International Journal of Jungian Studies, 10. 10.1080/19409052.2018.1441890 


100. H. Zwart (2018) In the beginning was the genome: Genomics and the bi-textuality of human existence. The New Bioethics: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Biotechnology and the Body. 10.1080/20502877.2018.1438776 (in production)


99. H. Zwart (2018) The Molecularised Me: Psychoanalysing personalised medicine and self-tracking. In: Britta van Beers, Donna Dickenson and Sigrid Sterckx (eds.) Personalized Medicine, Individual Choice and the Common Good. Cambridge University Press (in production




98. H. Zwart (2017) The Oblique Perspective: Philosophical diagnostics of contemporary life sciences research. Life Sciences, Society & Policy 13: 4. DOI 10.1186/s40504-017-0047-9


97. H. Zwart (2017) Extimate’ technologies and techno-cultural discontent: A Lacanian analysis of pervasive gadgets. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology. 21 (1): 24–54 DOI: 10.5840/techne2017456

96. H. Zwart (2017) From the nadir of negativity towards the cusp of reconciliation: A dialectical (Hegelian-Teilhardian) assessment of the anthropocenic challenge. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology 21 (2-3): 1-24. DOI: 10.5840/techne20176565


95. J. Brenninkmeijer, H. Zwart (2017) From 'hard' neuro-tools to 'soft' neuro-toys? Refocussing the neuro-enhancement debate. Neuroethics 10:337-348. DOI: 10.1007/s12152-016-9283-6.

94. H. Zwart; Brenninkmeijer, Jonna; Eduard, Peter; Krabbenborg, Lotte; Laursen, Sheena; Revuelta, Gemma; Toonders, Winnie (2017) Reflection as a Deliberative and Distributed Practice: Assessing Neuro-Enhancement Technologies via Mutual Learning Exercises (MLEs). Nanoethics 11:127-138. DOI 10.1007/s11569-017-0287-4


93. H. Zwart (2017) Skiing and its discontents: assessing the Turist experience from a psychoanalytical, a neuroscientific and a sport philosophical perspective. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 11 (3): 323-338. DOI: 10.1080/17511321.2017.1341950


92. H. Zwart (2017) The art of living with NZT and ICT: dialectics of an artistic case study (Invited commentary). Foundations of Science 22: 353-356. Special issue 'Art of Living with Technology. DOI 10.1007/s10699-015-9438-7


91. Mulvihill, John; Capps, Benjamin; Joly Yann; Lysaght, Tamra; Zwart, Hub; Chadwick, Ruth (2017) Ethical issues of CRISPR technology and gene editing through the lens of solidarity. British Medical Bulletin, 2017, 1–13. doi: 10.1093/bmb/ldx002


90. Capps, B., Chadwick R., Joly Y., Mulvihill, J., Lysaght T., Zwart, H. (2017) Falling giants and the rise of gene editing: ethics, private interests and the public good. Human Genomics. 11:20. DOI 10.1186/s40246-017-0116-4


89. Gaskell, G, Bard I., Zwart, H. et al (Correspondence, 25 authors) (2017) Public views on gene editing and its uses. Nature Biotechnology. 35 (11): 121-123.





88. H. Zwart (2016) Tainted texts: plagiarism and self-exploitation in Solar and Perlmann’s Silence. Ethical Perspectives 23 (2): 581-612.
87. H. Zwart (2016) Laboratory Alice: a Lacanian rereading of Lewis Carroll’s Alice-stories as anticipatory reflections on experimental psychology and neuroscience. American Imago 73 (3): 275–305.  
86. H. Zwart (2016) Psychoanalysis and bioethics: A Lacanian approach to bioethical discourse. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy 19 (4)  605–621. DOI: 10.1007/s11019-016-9698-1


85. H. Zwart, L. Landeweerd, P. Lemmens (2016) Continental philosophical perspectives on life sciences and emerging technologies (editorial). Life Sciences, Society and Policy 12 (8). Doi: 10.1186/s40504-016-0041-7
84. W. Toonders, R. Verhoeff, H. Zwart (2016) Performing the future: on the use of drama in philosophy courses for science students. Science & Education. 10.1007/s11191-016-9853-3


83. H. Zwart (2016) We all live in a planetary ark. In: Bovenkerk B, Keulartz J. (eds.) Animal ethics in the age of humans. Blurring boundaries in human-animal relationships. Dordrecht: Springer, International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics 23. pp. 397-407.


82. H. Zwart (2016) What comes next? The operator theory as an operationalisation of the Teilhardian view on cosmogenesis. In: G. Jagers (ed.) Evolution and Transitions in Complexity: the science of hierarchical organisation in nature. Dordrecht: Springer, 253-258. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-43802-3.  


81. H. Zwart (2016) The obliteration of life: depersonalisation and disembodiment in the terabyte age. New Genetics and Society 35 (1) 69-89.

DOI: 10.1080/14636778.2016.1143770


80. H. Zwart (2016) Transplantation medicine, organ theft cinema and bodily integrity. Subjectivity. 9 (2): 151-180. DOI:10.1057/sub.2016.1





79. H. Zwart, Krabbenborg L., Zwier J. (2015) Is Dandelion Rubber More Natural? Naturalness, Biotechnology and the Transition Towards a Bio-Based Society. Journal of Environmental and Agricultural Ethics (JAGE), DOI 10.1007/s10806-015-9536-0 (published on-line)
78. H. Zwart (2015) Tainted food and the Icarus complex: Psychoanalysing consumer discontent from oyster middens to Oryx and Crake. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics. 28: 255–275. DOI 10.1007/s10806-015-9530-6 
77. H. Zwart (2015) Genomes, gender and the psychodynamics of a scientific crisis: A psychoanalytic reading of Michael Crichton’s genomics novels. New Genetics and Society 34 (1): 1-24- DOI 10.1080/14636778.2014.986570 


76. H. Zwart (2015) The Call from Afar: A Heideggerian-Lacanian rereading of Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea. Ibsen Studies 15 (2). DOI: 10.1080/15021866.2015.1117854


75. H. Zwart (2015) The Third Man: Comparative analysis of a science autobiography and a cinema classic as windows into post-War life sciences research. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 37 (4): 382-412. DOI: 10.1007/s40656-015-0080-z


74. H. Zwart (2015) Phage ethics. A ‘depth’ bioethical reading of Sinclair Lewis’s science novel Arrowsmith. In: Huxtable R, Meulen R. ter (eds.) The voices and Rooms of European Bioethics, 53-72. London: Routledge. 978-0-415-73719-7.

73. H. Zwart (2015) A new lease on life: A lacanian analysis of cognitive enhancement cinema. In: Hauskeller M., Philbeck T., Carbonell C. (eds.) Handbook Posthumanism in Film and Television, 214-224. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

72. H. Zwart (2015) “Human Genome Project: history and assessment”. In: International Encyclopedia of Social & Behavioral Sciences, 311–317. 2nd ed. Oxford: Elsevier.


70. H. Zwart (2015) “Human Nature”. In: H. ten Have (Editor-in-Chief). Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Springer. DOI 10.1007/SpringerReference_398950


69. H. Zwart (2015) “Genetic Determinism”. In: H. ten Have (Editor-in-Chief). Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Springer. DOI 10.1007/SpringerReference_398875


68. ‘Extimate’ Technologies: Empowerment, Intrusiveness, Surveillance. The fate of the human subject in the age of intimate technologies and Big Data. In: Emerging Technologies and Human Rights (proceedings), 40-45. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.

67. H. Zwart (2015) The art of living with NZT and ICT: dialectics of an artistic case study (Invited commentary). Foundations of Science. Special issue 'Art of Living with Technology. DOI 10.1007/s10699-015-9438-7





66. H. Zwart (2014) Viral pandemics, Transhumanism and bio-art gadgets: a Lacanian reading of Dan Brown’s Inferno. Psychoanalytische Perspectieven, 2014, 32, 4: 367-403


65. H. Zwart (2014) The donor organ as an ‘object a’. A Lacanian perspective on organ donation and transplantation medicine. Medicine, Health Care & Philosophy - DOI 10.1007/s11019-014-9553-1


64. H. Zwart (2014) Limitless as a neuro-pharmaceutical experiment and as a Daseinsanalyse: on the use of fiction in preparatory debates on cognitive enhancement. Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care: A European Journal. 17 (1) 29-38.


63. H. Zwart (2014) The elephant, the mirror and the Ark. Rereading Lacan’s animal philosophy in an era of ontological violence and mass extinction. Journal of Critical Animal Studies, 12 (1), 1-32.


62. H. Zwart, L. Landeweerd, A. van Rooij (2014). Adapt or perish? Assessing the recent shift in the European research funding arena from ‘ELSA’ to ‘RRI’. Life Sciences, Society and Policy [accepted]





61. H. Zwart (2013) The genome as the biological unconscious – and the unconscious as the psychic ‘genome’. A psychoanalytical rereading of molecular genetics. Cosmos and History: the Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy 9 (2), 198-222


60. H. Zwart (2013) Woyzeck and the birth of the human research subject. Genetic disposition and the nature-nurture debate through the looking-glass of fiction. Bioethica Forum 6 (3), 97-105.


59. H. Zwart (2013) From playfulness and self-centredness via grand expectations to normalisation: a psychoanalytical rereading of the history of molecular genetics. Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care: A European Journal. 16 (4), 775-788.


58. Chadwick R and Zwart H (2013) Editorial: From ELSA to responsible research and Promisomics. Life Sciences, Society and Policy 2013, 9:3 (15 May 2013)




57. H. Zwart (2012) On decoding and rewriting genomes: A psychoanalytical reading of a scientific revolution. Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy, 15 (3) 337-346.


56. H. Zwart (2012) Ethical expertise in policy. Encyclopaedia of applied ethics. In: In: Chadwick R. et al (eds.) Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics (Second Edition). Oxford: Elsevier. 157-164


55. H. Zwart (2012) Bio-art as a philosophical experiment. Jalila Essaïdi (ed.) Bulletproof skin: exploring boundaries and piercing barriers. 44-53. Eindhoven.


54. H. Zwart (2012) Michael Crichton: MICRO. Book Review. Genomics, Society and Policy, 8 (2)




52. H. Zwart, B. Penders (2011) Genomics and the Ark. An ecocentric perspective on human history. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 54 (2):217–31.


51. H. Zwart (2011) Towards an eco-centric view of human existence: Implications of genomics for the environmental zone. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6 (2): 40-55.


50. H. Zwart (2011) Francis Collins: The language of life. Book Review. Genomics, Society and Policy, 6 (3) 67-76.


49. Editorial. Genomics, Society & Policy, 6:1.





48. H. Zwart (2010) The Nobel Prize as a reward mechanism in the genomics era: Anonymous researchers, visible managers and the ethics of excellence. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. 7: 299-312.


47. H. Zwart (2010) The adoration of a map. Reflections on a genome metaphor. Genomics, Society & Policy 5:3. 29-43.


46. H. Zwart (2010) Pervasive Science: Challenges of contemporary technosciences for governance and self-management. In: M.E.A. Goodwin et al (eds.) Dimensions of Technology Regulation. Wolf Legal Publishers, 189-202.


45. H. Zwart (2010) Science education: from Plato to genomics. (Key note lecture). In: M. Hammann et al. (eds.) The nature of research in biological education. Old and new perspectives on theoretical and methodological issues. Selected Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the European Researchers in Didactics of Biology (ERIDOB). Utrecht: CD-β Press, 11-20.


44. H. Zwart (2910) Philosophy of Science: A Marginal or a Pervasive Field? A Reflection on the Past, Present and Future of the Department of Philosophy. In: C. Lüthy, W. Thijssen (eds.) The Growth of the Faculty Tree; the First 50 Years of Nijmegen's Faculty of Science. Nijmegen: RU




43. H. Zwart (2009) Biotechnology and naturalness in the genomics era: plotting a timetable for the biotechnology debate. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 22, 505–529.


42. H. Zwart (2009) Genomics and identity: the bioinformatisation of human life. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 12: 125-136.


41. H. Zwart (2009) From utopia to science: challenges of personalised genomics information for health management and health enhancement. Medicine Studies, 1 (2), 155-166.


40. H. Zwart (2009) Genomics metaphors and genetic determinism. In: J. Keulartz, M. Drenthen, J. Proctor (eds.) New visions of nature: complexity and authenticity. Series: The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics. Vol. 15. Dordrecht / New

York: Springer, 155-172.


39. M. Levitt, H. Zwart (2009) Bioethics as export product? Reflections on hands-on involvement in exploring the external validity of international bioethical declarations. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 6:367–377.


38. H. Zwart, A. Nelis (2009) What is ELSA genomics? Science and Society Series on convergence research. EMBO Reports 10 (6), 1-5.


37. H. Zwart (2009) Editorial. Genomics, Society & Policy 5:1.




36. H. Zwart (2008) Challenges of Macro-ethics: Bioethics and the Transformation of Knowledge Production. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 5 (4), 283-293.


35. H. Zwart (2008) Understanding the Human Genome Project: a biographical approach. New Genetics & Society, 27 (4), 353 – 376.


34. H. Zwart (2008) “Animal Governance: The Cormorant Case”. In: Jozef Keulartz, Gilbert Leistra (Eds.) Legitimacy in European Nature Conservation Policy. Case Studies in Multilevel Governance. Series: The International Library of Environmental, Agricultural and Food Ethics Vol. 14. Springer, pp. 75-82.




33. H. Zwart (2007) Genomics and self-knowledge. Implications for societal research and debate. New Genetics and Society, 26 (2), 181-202.


32. H. Zwart (2007) A Life Decoded: My Genome: My Life [Book review]. Genomics, Society & Policy. 3 (3).


31. H. Zwart (2007) Statements, declarations and the problem of ethical expertise [Editorial]. Genomics, Society & Policy. 3 (1), pp. ii-iv.


30. H. Zwart (2007) Next [Book review]. Genomics, Society & Policy. 3 (1), pp.48-51.






29. H. Zwart (2006) Towards a societal agenda for genomics research (Comment). Communication & Medicine. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics & Society, 3 (1), 97-98.


28. H. Zwart (2006) The language of God. A scientist presents evidence for belief [Book review]. Genomics, Society & Policy, 2 (3), pp.136-141.




27. H. Zwart (2005) “Professional ethics and scholarly communication”. In: Michiel Korthals, Robert J. Bogers (eds.) Ethics for Life Scientists. Wageningen UR Frontis Series, Volume 5. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 67-80.


26. H. Zwart, A. Nelis (2005) “Dutch Perspectives”. In: C. Mitcham (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Farmington MI: Thomsen-Gale. pp. 552-556.


25. H. Zwart (2005) “Comparative epistemology: contours of a research program”. Acta Biotheoretica, 53, 77-92. - Springer link


24. H. Zwart (2005) “Animal epistemology: on the truthfulness of scientific and literary sources”. In: R. v.d. Bos, F. de Jonge (eds.) The Human-Animal Relationship. Series: Animals in Philosophy & Science 5. Assen: Van Gorcum, pp. 51-61.


23. H. Zwart (2005) “The responsibilities of the political animal during the anthropocene”. In: E. Vermeersch (ed.) Reading the Kyoto Protocol. Ethical aspects of the convention on climate change. Brussel: viWTA. Delft: Eburon, pp. 101-116.


22. H. Zwart (2005) Food consumption in the genomics era: a Foucauldian perspective. Tailoring biotechnologies, 1 (2), 31-44.




21. H. Zwart (2004) Environmental Pollution and professional responsibility. Ibsens A public enemy as a seminar on science communication and ethics. Environmental Values, 13 (3), 349-372




20. H. Zwart (2003) Aquaphobia, tulipmania, biophilia: A moral geography of the Dutch landscape. Environmental Values 12 (1), 107-128.




19. H. Zwart (2002) “Philosophical Tools and Technical Solutions”. In: J. Keulartz et al (eds.) Pragmatist Ethics for a Technological Culture. Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 37-41




18. H. Zwart (2001) Consensus formation as a basic strategy in ethics. In: H. ten Have, B. Gordijn (eds.) Bioethics in a European Perspective. Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 281 - 288.




17. H. Zwart (2000) The birth of a research animal: Ibsens The Wild Duck and the origin of a new animal science. Environmental Values, 9 (1), 91-108.


16. H. Zwart (2000) A short history of food ethics. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 12, 113-126.


15. H. Zwart (2000) “What is a whale? Moby-Dick, marine science and the sublime”. In: D. Mieth, D. Pfaff (Hrsg.) Erzählen und Moral. Narrativität im Spannungsfeld von Ethik und Ästhetik. Tübingen: Attempo, pp. 185-214.




14. H. Zwart (1999) The truth of laughter: Rereading Luther as a contemporary of Rabelais. Dialogism. An International Journal of Bakhtin Studies, 1 (3), 52-77.


13. H. Zwart (1999) “All you need is health. The liberal and the communitarian view on the allocation of health care resources”. In: M. Parker (ed.) Ethics and Community in the Health Care Professions. Series: Professional Ethics. London: Routledge.




12. H. Zwart (1998) Medicine, symbolization and the ‘Real’ Body: Lacan’s understanding of medical science. Journal of Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy, 1 (2), 107-117.


11. H. Zwart (1998) “Can nature serve as a criterium for the use of reproductive technologies?” In: E. Hildt, D. Mieth (eds.) In vitro fertilisation in the 1990s: towards a medical, social and ethical evaluation. Aldershot: Ashgate, 349-360.


10. H. Zwart (1998) “Moral deliberation and moral warfare: Consensus formation in a pluralistic society”. In: H. ten Have & H.-M. Sass (eds.): Consensus formation in healthcare ethics [Series: Philosophy and Medicine, Vol. 58; European Studies in Philosophy of Medicine, Vol. 2]. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, pp. 73-92.


9. H. Zwart (1998) “The moral value of animals”. In: P. Wheale, R. von Schomberg, P. Glasner (eds.) The social management of genetic engineering. Aldershot etc.: Ashgate, pp. 175-182.


8. H. Zwart (1998) “Why should remunerated blood donation be unethical? Ethical reflections on current blood donation policies and their philosophical origins”. In: H. ten Have, J. Welie (eds.) Ownership of the human body [series: Philosophy and Medicine, Vol. 59; European Studies in Philosophy of Medicine, Vol. 3]. Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 39-48.




7. H. Zwart (1997) What is an animal? A philosophical reflection on the possibility of a moral relationship with animals. Environmental Values, 6 (4), 377-392.


6. H. Zwart (1997) “The experience of moral obligation: preparatory notes on behalf of a historical ontology of moral subjectivity”. In: P. Cobben, L. Heyde (eds.) How natural is the law? Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 87 110.


1991 - 1994


5. H. Zwart (1994) The resurgence of nature-speak. Health Care Analysis, Vol. 2 (3), 221 - 226.6


4. H. Zwart (1993) Rationing in the Netherlands: the liberal and the communitarian perspective. Health Care Analysis, Vol. 1 (1), 1993, 53 - 56.


3. H. Zwart (1992) « Pour une conception narrative de la personne. Implications pour la bioéthique » . In: Q. Debray, B. Pachoud (dir.) Le récit. Aspects philosophiques, cognitifs et psychopathologiques. Paris: Masson.


2. H. Zwart (1992) “Ethical consensus in a pluralistic society: The Engelhardt/Callahan controversy”. In: A.W. Musschenga, A. Soeteman, B. Voorzanger (eds.) Morality, world view, and law. The idea of a universal morality and its critics. Assen/Maastricht: van Gorcum, 99-107.


1. H. Zwart (1991) “Psychology, self-determination, and the veil of ignorance”. In: A.O.A. Smook, B. de Vos-Schippers (eds.) Right to self-determination. Proceedings of the 8th world conference of the International Federation of Right to Die Societies. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 33-37.



Nederlandstalig (Selectie)


H. Zwart (2011) De tuin als landschapsarchief, laboratorium en dialoog. In: R. van den Born, M. Drenthen, P. Lemmens en T. van Slobbe (red.) Filosofische beschouwingen over plaats: verbondenheid met natuur en landschap. Zeist: KNNV, 72-85.


H. Zwart (2011) De mens als genetisch geïnformeerde ondernemer? Bespreking van Gen-ethische grensverkenningen vanuit filosofisch perspectief. Liberaal Reveil 52 (2), 77-82.


H. Zwart (2010) Wordt ons leven anders? Over genomics en zelfarbeid. In: H. Zwart, G. Olthuis (red.) 10 jaar Humaan Genoom.  Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidszorg en Ethiek, 20 (2), 73-76.


H. Zwart (2009) De “bedenkelijkheid” van proefdieronderzoek. In: J. Swart, M. Jonger, R. Tramper (red.) De weging gewogen. Beschouwingen over ethiek en dierproeven. NVDEC-Reeks Dierproeven 3. Budel: Damon, 174-182.


A. Nelis, H. Zwart (2009) Gulliver moet opnieuw op reis. Biowetenschap en het maakbare leven. In: B-J Koop, C. Lüthy, A. Nelis en C. Sieburgh (red.) De maakbare mens. Tussen fictie en fascinatie. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, pp. 120-138.


H. Zwart (2009) Michel Foucault als psycholoog. Verdringing en terugkeer van de dimensie van het Zelf. Thema: De actuele Foucault. Wijsgerig Perspectief, 49, 8 – 15.



H. Zwart (2008) “De actualiteit van de archeologie van de medische blik: geboorte en dood van de klinische ervaring”. Nawoord bij M. Foucault, De geboorte van de kliniek. Amsterdam: Boom / SUN. 253 – 268.


H. Zwart (2007) “Slankheid als beschavingsoffensief: de culturele en maatschappelijke betekenis van obesitas”. In: Hans Dagevos en Geert Munnichs (red.) De obesogene samenleving. Maatschappelijke perspectieven op overgewicht. Amsterdam University Press. 43-52.


H. Zwart (2005) Hysteria chemicorum. Een beroepsziekte van scheikundigen. De Uil van Minerva, 22 (2), 187-200.


P. Lemmens / H. Zwart ((2004) Sloterdijk in vogelvlucht. Wijsgerig Perspectief. Themanummer: Peter Sloterdijk, 44 (3), 4-13



H. Zwart (2000) Filologie of Fysiologie? Nietzsche en de Cultuurstrijd tussen Bildung en Wetenschap. In: M. van den Bossche, M. Weyembergh (eds.) Links Nietzscheanisme. Damon, pp. 95-106.


H. Zwart (1998) Soap Politics. De Gelderlander. 26 september 1998.


H. Zwart (1995 ) “Ik ben een machine…” Over het Cartesiaanse gehalte van de Freudiaanse Zelf-conceptie”. In: H. Hermans (red.) De echo van het ego: over het meerstemmige zelf. Annalen van het Thijmgenootschap, 83 (2). Baarn: Ambo, pp. 49-80.


H. Zwart (1992) Psychoanalyse en vertrouwelijkheid: het analytische dilemma. De Psycholoog, 1992, 27 (9), 354-60.


H. Zwart  (1988) De kapiteinsdochter. Een freudiaanse lezing van Poesjkins roman. Forum der Letteren, 29 (4), 254-267.




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