• Mansbach. Abraham. (forthcoming) The Feldenkrais Method and the Power of Self-Transformation: Theory and Practice.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2002. Beyond Subjectivism, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1998. Existence and Meaning: Heidegger on Man, Language and Art, Jerusalem: Magnes Press. (Hebrew)


  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2016. “Becoming Ourselves: Feldenkrais and Foucault on Soma and Culture.” Feldenkrais Research Journal, 5: 2-15.
  • Mansbach, Abraham, et. al. 2014. “Reporting Misconduct of a Co-worker to Protect a Patient,” The Scientific World Journal.
  •  Mansbach, Abraham, 2013. “Nursing Students’ Willingness to Blow the Whistle,” Nurse Education Today 33: 69-72.
  • Mansbach, Abraham,  2012. “Blowing the Whistle to Protect a Patient: A Comparison between Physical Therapy Students and Professionals,” Physiotherapy 98(4): 312-317.
  • Mansbach, Abraham, 2012. On the Readiness of Physical Therapists to Blow the Whistle to Protect the Patient’s Interests Italian Journal of Physiotherapy 2(4):128-34.
  •  Mansbach, Abraham. 2011. “Drifting Away from Democracy: A Micropolitical Critique of the Relation between the ‘I’ and the ‘We.’ in Israel.” Israeli Studies Review 26(1): 130-145.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2011. “Whistleblowingas Fearless Speech: The Radical Democratic Effects of Late Modern Parrhesia,” in David Lewis and Wim Vandekerchove (eds.), Whistleblowing and Democratic Values, pp. 13-29. London: International Whistleblowing Research Network.
  •  Mansbach, Abraham & Bachner, Yaacov. 2010. “Internal or External Whistleblowing:  Nurses’ Willingness to Report Wrongdoing,” Nursing Ethics 17(4): 483-490.
  • Mansbach, Abraham, 2010.  “Physical Therapy Students’ Willingness to Report Misconduct to Protect the Patient’s Interests,” Journal of Medical Ethics 36(12): 802-805.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2010. “La Lógica de la Micropolítica,” Afinidades: Revista de Literatura y Pensamiento, 4, pp. 60-72.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. & Bachner, Yaacov. 2009. “Self-Reported Likelihood of Whistleblowing by Social Work Students.” Social Work Education 8 (2): 18-28
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2009. “Keeping Democracy Vibrant: Whistleblowing as Truth-Telling in the Workplace.” Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory 16(3): 363-376.
  • Mansbach, Abraham & Bachner, Yaacov. 2008. “On the Readiness of Social Work Students to Blow the Whistle in Protection of Client’s Interests.” Journal of Social Work Ethics and Values, Fall.
  •  Mansbach, Abraham. 2007. “The Globalization of Israel: A Commentary.” Hagar: Studies in Culture, Politics and Identities, 7(1): 138-143.
  • Mansbach, Abraham & Bachner, Yaacov. 2007. “On Social Work and Whistleblowing.” Society and Welfare 27(4): 551-566.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2007. “The Political Surplus of Whistleblowing: A Case Study.” Business Ethics: A European Review 16(2): 124 –130.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2006. “Heidegger on Practice, Language, and the Dualism of the Self.” Philosophical Inquiry, vol. 28 (3-4): 63-75.
  • Mansbach. Abraham. 2005. “Criticism without Fear: A Critical Perspective on Social Work – Karl Marx and Michel Foucault,” Society and Welfare 25(2): 167 – 183.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2003. “Heidegger’s Dualism of the Self and its Traces in Rorty and Lyotard.” Iyyun- The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 52: 355–368.
  • Mansbach, Abraham & Kaufman, Roni. 2003. “Ethical Decision Making of Social Workers Associations: A Case Study of the Israeli Association of Social Worker’s Responses to Whistle Blowing.” International Social Work, 46:  303–312.
  • Mansbach, Abraham & Hilfrich, Carola. 2002. “Ser Humano y Ser Judío en el Pensamiento Contemporaneo: Maurice Blanchot and Hélène Cixous, in Shulamit Golsmith (ed.), Humanismo en el Pensamiento Judío.  México: Universidad Iberoamericana.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 2000. “Beyond Subjectivism: Heidegger on Human Being and Language.” Philosophical Inquiry, vol. 22, pp.115-133.
  • Mansbach, Abraham.  2000. “Heidegger: sa critique et sa conquête du cartesianisme,” in Y. Senderowicz & Y.Wahl (eds.), Descartes: Réception et Déception, Tel Aviv: University Publishing Projects,pp. 141-151.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1998. “Strange Epoch!” South African Journal of Philosophy, vol. 17, pp. 226-238.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1998. “Heidegger: Philosophical Enemy/Political Enemy”, Iyyun- The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, vol.47, pp. 419-427 (Hebrew).
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1997. “El Inmortal de Borges y la Concepción Heideggeriana de la Muerte y la Individualidad”.  Revista Hispánica Moderna (Columbia University), vol. L, pp. 110-115.
  • Mansbach, Abraham 1997. “Overcoming Anthropocentrism: Heidegger on the Heroic Role of Works of Art” Ratio, vol. 10, pp. 157-169.
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1997. “On the Passage from Modernism to Postmodernism”, Iyyun- The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly 46, pp. 193-208 (Hebrew).
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1994. “Rosselini’s film Socrates in a Course on the History of Greek Philosophy.” Aitia, vol. 20, pp. 31‑32. Reproduced in The American Philosophical Association Newsletter, 1995, vol. 15 (2).
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1994. “Heidegger on Works of Art and Authentic Existence.”  Iyyun- The Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 43 , pp. 427-440 (Hebrew).
  • Mansbach, Abraham. 1991. “Heidegger on the Self: Authenticity and Inauthenticity,” Iyyun, the Jerusalem Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 40, pp. 65-91.

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