Library

Welcome to the online library of Philosophy of Chiropractic. This is a database of articles, videos, dialogues, and websites mostly posted in other locations on the site. We included several other references not yet posted here.

This is not a complete list of the literature on the history and philosophy of chiropractic. The library emphasizes resources already available online. Many of these we have obtained special permission to reproduce. As time permits the list will grow extensively. We hope this is useful and enjoyable!

ACA. (1963). A master plan for chiropractic survival and advancement. American Chiropractic Association.

Steve Agocs. (2011). Chiropractic’s fight for survival. History of Medicine 13(6):384-388.

Fred Barge. (2002). Editorial “Thoughts” In… and “Thoughts” Out… The Chiropractic Choice. (Apr):3,22.

Fred Barge. (2002). Editorial “Thots” In… Chiropractic Physician? Chiropractic Medicine? The Chiropractic Choice. (Jun):3.

Fred Barge. (2002). Editorial “Thots” In… Positioning Ourselves The Chiropractic Choice. (Sep):3.

Fred Barge. (2002). Letter to the Editor Thoughts In – Chiropractor vs. Physician  The Chiropractic Choice. (Sep):18.

Fred Barge. (2002). Editorial “Thots” In… Chiropractic Diagnosis: The Issue Must Be Faced The Chiropractic Choice. (Nov):3.

Fred Barge. (2002). Book Review: A Chiropractor’s Review of “The Chiropractic Profession” Be not deceived by the clever verbiage The Chiropractic Choice. (Nov):14. [Chapman-Smith Reply & Barge reply to Chapman-Smith.]

Fred Barge. (2002). Editorial “Thots” Out… The Chiropractic Choice. (Nov):23.

Fred Barge. (2003). Editorial “Thots” In… Lest We Forget. The Chiropractic Choice. (Jan):3.

Fred Barge. (2003). Editorial “Thots” In… P.A.C.E. The Chiropractic Choice. (Mar):3.

Fred Barge. (2003). Editorial “Thots” Out… The Chiropractic Choice. (Mar):23.

Ronald P. Beideman. (1996). The role of the encyclopedic Howard System in the professionalization of Chiropractic National College, 1906-1981. Chiropr Hist 16(2): 29-41.

Ludwig Von Bertalanffy. (1972). . The Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 15, No.4, General Systems Theory (Dec.,1972): 407-426.

Lesley Biggs, Dale Mierau, & David Hay. (2002). Measuring philosophy: A philosophy index. JCCA46(3):173-184.

Peter Blacher. (1992). The evolution of higher education in Chiropractic: A Survey 1906-74. Chiropr Hist 12(1):37-42.

Robert Blanks. (2009). Reorganizational healing: A health change model whose time has come. J Altern Complement Med, 15(5): 461-464. [Abstract]

George S. Blodgett. (1921). Philosophy and Practice of Chiropractic in Special Diseases. Chicago: Hammond Press. [Excerpt: Preface, Introduction, & Subluxation and Its Relation to Disease.]

W. Ralph Boone & Graham Dobson. (1997). A proposed vertebral subluxation model reflecting traditional concepts and recent advances in health and science: Part I. JVSR 1(1). [Abstract]

W. Ralph Boone & Graham Dobson. (1997). A proposed vertebral subluxation model reflecting traditional concepts and recent advances in health and science: Part II. JVSR 1(2). [Abstract]

W. Ralph Boone & Graham Dobson. (1997). A proposed vertebral subluxation model reflecting traditional concepts and recent advances in health and science: Part III. JVSR 1(3). [Abstract]

Gary Bovine. (2010). The Bohemian Thrust: Frank Dvorsky, the Bohemian “Napravit” Bonesetter. Chiropr Hist 31(1):39-46. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Candy Gunter Brown. (2009). Touch and American religions. Religion Compass 3(4):770-783.

Candy Gunter Brown. (2010). Chiropractic and Christianity: The Power of Pain to Adjust Cultural Alignments. Church History 79(1):144-181.

Myron Brown. (2009). Old Dad Chiro: his thoughts, words, and deeds. J Chiropr Hum 16:57-75.

Sue Brown. (2004). Subluxation and Chaos Theory. ICA Philosophy Conference, May.

Steven J. Burich. (1920). Chiropractic Chemistry. Davenport: Palmer School of Chiropractic. [Innate Intelligence Excerpt from Sinnott, R. (1997). The Greenbooks: A collection of timeless Chiropractic works – by those who lived it! Mokena, IL, Chiropractic books.]

California Chiropractic Act: An Important Superior Court Decision. (1934). Cal West Med. February; 40(2): 142–143.

Clayton Campbell, Christopher Kent, Arthur Banne, Amir Amiri, Ronald W. Pero. (2005). Surrogate indication of DNA repair in serum thiol after long term chiropractic Intervention—a retrospective study. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, (Feb. 18):1-5.

CCP Guidelines. (2003). Council on chiropractic practice clinical practice guideline number 1: Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice.

N.C. (1887). Psychometry and Thought-transference with practical hints for experiments. Boston: Esoteric Pub Co. *(From D.D. Palmer’s Traveling Library).

Willard Carver. (1915). Carver’s Chiropractic Analysis of Chiropractic Principles as applied to Biology, Histology, Anatomy, Physiology, Physics, Symptomatology and Diagnosis. Oklahoma City: Carver Chiropractic College.

Willard Carver. (1936). History of Chiropractic. Retyped and Pageset by Keating (2002).

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2002). Whose chiropractic? Chiropr J Aust, 32:41.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2002). New game, new rules. Chiropr J Aust, 32:77.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2003). Chiropractic identity and clinical diversity. Chiropr J Aust, 33:1.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2004). What’s worth writing is worth writing well. Chiropr J Aust, 34:81.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2005). E Pluribus Unum. Chiropr J Aust, 35:85.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2005). Is subluxation our worst enemy? Chiropr J Aust, 35:121.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2006). Science, philosophy and the gentle art of letting go. Chiropr J Aust, 36:45.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2006).What is this thing called chiropractic? Chiropr J Aust, 36:81.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2006). Appreciating a legacy without prejudice. Chiropr J Aust, 36:121.

Mary Ann Chance and Rolf Peters (2007). If B.J. were alive today… Chiropr J Aust, 37:125.

C.S. Cooley. (1940). The guiding principle for success is ”To Thine Own Self Be True.” National Chiropractic Journal, 1940. 9(11): p. 11-2.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

C.S. Cooley. (1941). One important “extra” every chiropractor should employ in his practice. National Chiropractic Journal, 10(2): p. 11-2,44-5.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

C.S. Cooley. (1936). Daniel David Palmer: a tribute to the founder of chiropractic. The Chiropractic Journal (NCA), 5(4): p. 5-10,36.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

C.S. Cooley. (1938). Daniel David Palmer was the first true “basic scientist.” The Chiropractic Journal (NCA), 7(3): p. 9-13.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

C.S. Cooley. (1937). Daniel David Palmer: an immortal among the great names in history. The Chiropractic Journal (NCA), 6(3): p. 7-8,50-1.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

John Craven. (1916/1920). Universal Intelligence. In B.J. Palmer and John Craven’s Philosophy of Chiropractic: Volume V. Davenport: Palmer Chiropractic College. [Excerpt from Sinnott, R. (1997). The Greenbooks: A collection of timeless Chiropractic works – by those who lived it! Mokena, IL, Chiropractic books.]

E.L. Crowder. (1986). Stand for Something. Straight from Sherman, Fall:7,12.

E.L. Crowder. (1987). Where is Chiropractic Headed? Straight from Sherman, Spring:9,12.

E.L. Crowder. (1987). Accommodating Without Compromise. Straight from Sherman, Summer:6,13.

Ian Coulter. (1991). An institutional philosophy of chiropractic. Chiropr J of Austr 21(4):136-141. [Abstract]

Ian Coulter. (1991). Chiropractic philosophy has no future. Chiropr J of Austr 21(4):129-131. [Abstract]

Ian Coulter. (1991). Sociology and philosophy of chiropractic. Chiropr J of Austr 21(4):149-152. [Abstract]

Ian Coulter. (1992). Uses and abuses of philosophy in chiropractic. Constructs 2(1):3-7. [Abstract]

A.P. Davis. (1899). Osteopathy Illustrated: A drugless system of healing. Fred L. Cincinnati: Rowe.

A.P. Davis. (1909). Neuropathy: The new science of drugless healing amply illustrated and explained. Cincinnati: F.L. Rowe. [Chapter Links]

A.P. Davis. (1915). Neuropathy Illustrated. F.L. Rowe: Cincinnati.

A.P. Davis. (1915). How to manipulate the body to change conditions & The philosophy of manipulations. In Neuropathy Illustrated. F.L. Rowe: Cincinnati.

Frank P DeGiacomo. (1989). Must we forsake chiropractic terminology? JCCA, 33(1): 9–10.

William Denton (1882). The Deluge In The Light Of Modern Science. Denton Pub Co: Wellesley, Mass. *(From D.D. Palmer’s Traveling Library).

Joseph Donahue. (1987). D.D. Palmer and the metaphysical movement in the 19th century. Chiropractic History, 7(1):22-7.

Joseph Donahue. (1990). Philosophy of chiropractic: Lessons from the past – guidance for the future. J of the Canadian Chiropr Assoc 34(4):194-205.

Joseph Donahue. (1990). The man, the book, the lessons: The Chiropractor’s Adjustor, 1910. Chiropractic History, 10(2):35-42. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

James Edwards (2011). Drugs and Chiropractic: Exposing the red herring and the Trojan horse. Dynamic Chiropractic, 29(20).

James Edwards (2012). Primary Care: Be careful what you wish for. Dynamic Chiropractic, 30(8).

Donald Epstein, Simon Senzon, & Dan Lemberger. (2009). Reorganizational Healing: A Paradigm for the Advancement of Wellness, Behavior Change, Holistic Practice, and Healing. J Altern Complement Med, 2009. 15(5):475-487. [Global Gateway Foundation]

Jorge N. Ferrer, Marina T. Romero and Ramon V. Albareda. (2005). Integral Transformative Education A Participatory Proposal. Journal of Transformative Education 3(4): 306-330

Alana Fergusan & Glenda Wiese. (1988). How many chiropractic schools? An analysis of institutions that offered the D.C. degree. Chiropr Hist, 8(1): p. 27-36. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Marc Filippi. (1999). Subluxation as a social/cultural imitation: Resolving a phylobiological epiphenomenon. JVSR 3(3). [Abstract – part 1] [Abstract – part 2]

Firth, J. (1923). Chiropractic Symptomatology. Volume 7. Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic.

James Firth. (1925). Chiropractic Symptomatology: Volume 7. Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic. [Innate Intelligence Excerpts from Sinnott, R. (1997). The Greenbooks: A collection of timeless Chiropractic works – by those who lived it! Mokena, IL, Chiropractic books.]

Heidi Folk. (2006). Vertebral vitalism: American metaphysics and the birth of chiropractic, 2006, Indiana University.

Arthur Forster. (1921). Chiropractic Philosophy: How subluxation of a vertebra causes disease. In Forster, A. (1921). The White Mark: An editorial history of chiropractic. Chicago, National Publishing Association. *(Made available thanks to NUHS archives.)

Clint Fuhs. Core Integral Introduction. Integral Life. [The Integral Map] [What are the Quadrants] [What are Lines and Levels] [What are Types][What are States]

Meridel Gatterman. (1992). The vertebral subluxation syndrome: Is a rose by another name less thorny? JCCA, 36(2):102-104.

Meridel Gatterman. (1997). Teaching chiropractic principles through patient centered problems. JCCA41(1):27-35.

Meridel Gatterman. (2005). Foundations of Chiropractic Subluxation: 2nd Ed. St. Louis: Mosby. [Description @ googlebooks]

Ralph E. Gay & Craig F. Nelson. (2003). Chiropractic Philosophy. In: Wainapel SF, Fast A, editors. Alternative Medicine and Rehabilitation: A Guide for Practitioners. New York: Demos Medical Publishing.

Thom Gelardi. (1996). The science of identifying professions as applied to chiropractic. J Chiropr Hum, 1996: p. 11-17.

Thom Gelardi. (2010). Foreword to Success, Health, and Happiness by Simon Senzon. Integral Altitude, Inc: Asheville.

Russell W. Gibbons. (1981). Solon Massey Langworthy: Keeper of the flame during the ‘lost years’ of chiropractic.” Chiropr Hist 1(1): 15-21. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Russell W. Gibbons. (1985). Chiropractic’s Abraham Flexner: The lonely journey of John J. Nugent, 1935-1963. Chiropr Hist 5:45-51. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Russell W. Gibbons. (1987). Assessing the oracle at the Fountainhead: B.J. Palmer and his times, 1902-1961.” Chiropractic History 7(1): 8-14. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Russell W. Gibbons. (1987). There is alchemy in the creation of chiropractic. Chiropr Hist. [Book Review of Gaucher-Peslherbe’s Chiropractic: Early Concepts] (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Russell W. Gibbons. (1993). Skeletons in the medical closet: Pioneer chiropractic and osteopathic schools in Western Pennsylvania, 1910-1944. Western Pennsylvania History.

Vern Gielow. (1981). Daniel David Palmer: Rediscovering the Frontier Year, 1845-1887. Chiropr Hist 1(1):11-13. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Brian Gleberzon. (2001). Chiropractic “Name Techniques”: A review of the literature. JCCA 45(2):86-99.

A.T. Godzway. (1934). “That old medical fool!” said the Old Master with great disdain! The Chiropractic Journal (NCA), 3(4): p. 5,30.**(Republished with thanks to the ACA.)

Christopher Good. (2010). The great subluxation debate: A centrist’s perspective. J Chiropr Hum 17:33-39.

Alva Gregory. (1909). Rational Therapy. Palmer-Gregory College: Oklahoma City.

Alva Gregory. (1922). Spondylotheraphy Simplified.

Susanne R. Cook-Greuter. (2002). A detailed description of the development of nine action logics adapted from ego development theory for the Leadership Development Framework.

John Gruber. Curriculum for the Soul: Envisioning the Integral classroom. Next Step Integral.

Sean Esbjörn-Hargens, & Ken Wilber. (2006). Toward a comprehensive integration of science and religion: A post-metaphysical approach. In P. Clayton & Z. Simpson (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science (pp. 523-546). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sean Esbjörn-Hargens. (2007). Integral Teacher, Integral Students, Integral Classroom: Applying Integral Theory to Education. AQAL: Journal of Integral Theory and Practice, 2 (2): 72-103.

John Hart. (1996). Remembering Dr. Lyle Wheeler Sherman. Chiropr Hist 16(2): 67-75. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

John Hart. (1997). Did D.D. Palmer Visit A.T. Still in Kirksville? Chiropr Hist 17(2): 49-55. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Orval Hidde. (2005). Historical perspective: The Council of Chiropractic Education and the Committee on Accreditation, 1961-1980. Chiropr Hist 25(1): 49-77. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Herbert Marshall Himes. (1980). Exclusive interview with Dr. Marshall Himes. Beacon (Mar/Apr), Number 2, pp. 1, 6, 23

David G. Hinz. (1987). Diversified chiropractic: Northwestern College and John B. Wolfe, 1941-1984. Chiropr Hist 7(1):35-41. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Arthur Holmes. (1924). Malpractice as Applied to Chiropractors: Volume 17. Davenport: Palmer College of Chiropractic. [Philosophical Excerpts from Sinnott, R. (1997). The Greenbooks: A collection of timeless Chiropractic works – by those who lived it! Mokena, IL, Chiropractic books.]

John Fitz Alan Howard. (1934). The philosophy of chiropractic and reminiscences of its early development and growth. Republished and compiled by Beideman (1998). Journal of Chiropr Hum. *(Made available thanks to NUHS archives.)

Joseph Janse. (1975). History of the development of chiropractic concepts: Chiropractic terminology, in The research status of spinal manipulative therapy: A workshop held at the National Institutes of Health, February 2-4, 1975. M. Goldstein, Editor. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Bethesda. p. 25-42.

Claire Johnson. (2010). Reflecting on 115 years: the chiropractic profession’s philosophical path. J Chiropr Hum 17:1-5.

Claire Johnson. (2011). Use of the term subluxation in publications during the formative years of the chiropractic profession. J Chiropr Hum 18:1-9.

Claire Johnson & Bart Green. (2010). 100 Years after the Flexner Report: Reflections on its influence on chiropractic education. J Chiro Ed. 24(2).

Edmund Jonckheere. (2009). Network Spinal Analysis. Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, 15(5), 469-470. [Abstract]

Joe Keating. (1987). Claude O. Watkins: Pioneer advocate for clinical scientific chiropractic. Chiropr Hist 7(2):11-15. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Joe Keating. (1992). The evolution of Palmer’s metaphors and hypotheses. Philosophical Constructs for the Chiropractic Profession, 2(1): p. 9-19.

Joe Keating. (1995). D.D. Palmer’s forgotten theories of chiropractic. A presentation tot he Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. February 18, 1995.

Joe Keating. (1996). Early Palmer theories of Dis-ease.

Joe Keating. (1996). The short life & enduring influence of the American Chiropractic Association, 1922-1930.

Joe Keating. (1997). B.J. of Davenport: The early years of chiropractic. Davenport: Association for the History of Chiropractic. [CONTENTS]

Joe Keating. (1997). Chronology of Willard Carver.

Joe Keating. (1997). Faulty logic & non-skeptical arguments in chiropractic.

Joe Keating. (1997). Lincoln College: A Glimpse at the Early Years. Dynamic Chiropractic’s The Ivory Tower Review.

Joe Keating. (1998). Alva Gregory, M.D., D.C.

Joe Keating. (1998). Chronology of the Lincoln Chiropractic College.

Joe Keating. (1998). D.D. Palmer’s Lifeline.

Joe Keating. (1999). Tom Morris, Defender of Chiropractic, Part I. Dynamic Chiropractic 17(25).

Joe Keating. (2000). The search for a science of straight chiropractic: Herbert Marshall Himes, D.C., Ph.C., F.I.C.C. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(26).

Joe Keating. (2000). Tom Morris, Defender of Chiropractic, Part II. Dynamic Chiropractic 18(2).

Joe Keating. (2001). Chronology of Herbert Marshall Himes, D.C., Ph.C. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2001). Chronology of Neuropathy. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2001). Chronology of Radiophone Station WOC, 1922-1932. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2001). Philosophy and science in chiropractic: essential, inseparable and misunderstood. European Journal of Chiropractic 46:51-60. [Abstract]

CCP Guidelines. (2003). Council on chiropractic practice clinical practice guideline number 1: Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice.

Joe Keating. (2002). Chronology of Mabel Heath Palmer, D.C. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2002). Chronology of Tom Morris. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2002). The meanings of Innate. Journal Canadian Chiropractic Assoc 46(1):4-10.

Joe Keating. (1998). Chronology of professional organizations in chiropractic (NACD, ACA, UCA, CHB, ICA), especially the National Chiropractic Association (NCA).

Joe Keating. (1998). Chronology of the Lincoln Chiropractic College (Extended version). National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Chiropractic in Mexico & Latin America. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Council on Chiropractic Education. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Tullius de Florence Ratledge and Cleveland Chiropractic College Los Angeles. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Universal Chiropractic College. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Universal Chiropractors Association. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of William Charles Schulze, M.D., D.C. and the National College of Chiropractic (and the schools which were eventually absorbed by National). National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Women in Chiropractic. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Chronology of Universal Chiropractors Association. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Notes on BJ Palmer & the Palmer School. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Notes on the Chiropractic Health Bureau/ICA. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2004). Willard Carver, LL.B., D.C. & The Carver College of Oklahoma City. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2006). The Homewood influence in Canada and beyond. JCCA 50(1):51-89.

Joe Keating. (2007). Chronology of Shegataro Morikubo, D.C. National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Joe Keating. (2008). William D. Harper, Jr, MS, DC: Anything can cause anything. JCCA 52(1):38-66.

Joe Keating, Richard Brown, & Paul Smallie. (1991). T.F. Ratledge, the missionary of straight chiropractic in California. Chiropr Hist 11(2): 27-38. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Joe Keating, Alana Callender & Carl Cleveland III. (1998). Federal recognition and the accreditation wars. In A History of Chiropractic Education in North America, Association for the History of Chiropractic. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Joe Keating, Keith Charlton, Jaroslaw P. Grod, Stephen Perle, David Sikorski, & James Winterstein. (2005). Subluxation: dogma or science. Chiropractic & Osteopathy, 13(17).

Joe Keating & Carl Cleveland III. Sylvia L. Ashworth, D.C.: “The Grand Old Lady of Chiropractic. No Date.

Joe Keating, & Steven Troyanovich. (2005). Wisconsin versus chiropractic: the trials at LaCrosse and the birth of a chiropractic champion. Chiropr Hist, 25(1): p. 37-45. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Christopher Kent. (1996). Models of vertebral subluxation: a review. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 1(1). [Abstract]

Christopher Kent. (1997). Surface electromyography in the assessment of changes in paraspinal muscle activity associated with vertebral subluxation: a review. Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, 1(3 ).

Christopher Kent. (2008). Where’s the evidence for evidence-based chiropractic? 26(21).

Christopher Kent. (2009). Chiropractic: Designing our future. Dynamic Chiropractic, 27(1).

Christopher Kent. (2010). Dysrationalia in Chiropractic. Dynamic Chiropractic, 28(1).

Christopher Kent. (2010). A new direction for CCE? Dynamic Chiropractic 28(24).

Christopher Kent. (2011). An Analysis of the General Chiropractic Council’s Policy on Claims Made for the Vertebral Subluxation Complex. Chiropractic Dialogues. May 16, 2011. P. 1-9. [Abstract]

Christopher Kent. (2011). A four-dimensional model of vertebral subluxation. Dynamic Chiropractic, 29(1).

Christopher Kent. (2011). The profession formerly known as chiropractic. Dynamic Chiropractic, 29(10).

Christopher Kent. (2011). Scientism, fool’s gold and the RCT. Dynamic Chiropractic, 29(21).

Christopher Kent. (2012). Tone, tensegrity, and chiropractic. Dynamic Chiropractic, 30(11).

Christopher Kent. (2012). Healing From Within: The Power of You. Dynamic Chiropractic, 30(21).

Christopher Kent. (2013). Legacy and Lifestyle: Epigenetics and the Potential for Chiropractic. Dynamic Chiropractic, 31(1).

Solon Langworthy, Smith, and Minora Paxson. (1906). Appendix: General Philosophy and Pathology. In Modernized Chiropractic.

Charles A. Lantz. (1995). A review of the evolution of chiropractic concepts of subluxation. Topics in Clin Chiropr 2(2):1-10.

Robert Leach & Reed Phillips. (2004). Philosophy: Foundation for theory development. In Leach (2004) The Chiropractic Theories. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. [Google books preview]

Cyrus Lerner. (1952). The Lerner Report: A history of the early years of chiropractic. Reproduced by Joe Keating (1998). National Institute of Chiropractic Research.

Herbert Lee. (1981). Honoring the founder in his country: Conception and struggle for Canada’s Memorial College. Chiropr Hist 1(1):43-45. (Reprinted by permission of the Association for the History of Chiropractic.)

Joy Loban. (1915). Technic and Practice of Chiropractic. Universal Chiropractic College: Davenport.

Pier Luigi Luisi. (2003). Autopoiesis: a review and a reappraisal. Naturwissenschaften, 90, 49-59.

Steven C. Martin. (1993). Chiropractic and the social context of medical technology, 1895-1925. Technology and Culture 34(4):808-834. [Abstract]

Humberto Maturana & Franciso Varela. Autopoiesis and cognition: The realization of the living. 1980, Dordrecth: D. Reidel Pub. CO. [Google book preview]

Matthewy McCoy, Christopher Kent, William Decken, Harold George, Myron Brown, Beth Risser, Norm Ross, Jay Thompson, Fred Nay. (2011). A Survey of Chiropractors Attitudes and Opinions Regarding Chiropractic College Curricular Content, Length, Relationship to Practice Success and Recommendations for Change. Chiropractic Dialogues. (September 8):10-11.

Leroy Moore & Leslie Wise (edited by Kenneth Shelby Armstrong). (1978). A Report on Chiropractic Politics & Education. Atlanta: Chiropractic Foundation of America.

J.P. Morat. (1906). Physiology of the Nervous System. Chicago: W.T. Keener & Co. *(A favorite reference of B.J. Palmer’s.)

Shegataro Morikubo (1904). Yamato-Damashu. St. Paul Globe, July 4.

Shegataro Morikubo (1907). Sailing of the Atlantic Fleet: Dr. Shegetaro Morikubo gives Tribune his ideas. LaCrosse Tribune, December 21.

Shegataro Morikubo (1904). Who are the Japanese: Not cousins to the Chinese. St. Paul Globe, September 4.

Shegataro Morikubo (1907). Chiropractic. LaCross Leader.

Shegataro Morikubo (1915). Chiropractic Philosophy. The Chiropractor, 11(5): p. 13-17.

E.A. Morinis. (1980). Theory and practice in chiropractic: An anthropological perspective. JCCA 24(3):114-119.

Ted Morter. (1998). The Theoretical Basis and Rationale for the Clinical Application of Bio-Energetic Synchronization. JVSR 1(2). [Abstract]

Jerome F. McAndrews. (1991/2012). The knowledge of our knowledge. J Chirpr Hum 19:36-39.

Brian J. McAulay. (2004). The philosophy of chiropractic: A scholarly pursuit. FCLB Annual Meeting, May. [Power point presentation]

Brian J. McAulay. (2005). Rigor in the philosophy of chiropractic. J Chiropr Hum.

Brian J. McAulay. (2006). Language of the philosophy of chiropractic as barrier to understanding. The Chiropractic Choice, February: 9, 12-13, 15.

Brian J. McAulay & Edward F. Owens. (2000). A bidimensional analysis of chiropractic professional practice approaches: Outcomes and methods.

Brian J. McAulay, Ed Owens, & Dan Lemberger. (2000). Success in chiropractic practice: a practitioner-based content analysis. Proceedings Lisbon 2000 – ICA/FACTS conference. November 17-18, Lisbon, Portugal.

Brian J. McAulay & Greta Naylor. (2000). Philosophy in chiropractic education: A content analysis. WFC/ACC/NBCE.

William McDonald, Keith Durkin, & Mark Pfefer. (2004). How chiropractors think and practice: The survey of North American Chiropractors. Seminars in Integrative Medicine, 2004. 2(3): p. 92-98. [ABSTRACT] [Overview of findings in Dynamic Chiropractic] [Chiropractic Report Review]

Robert Mootz & Reed Phillips. (1992). Chiropractic belief systems. In Cherkin & Mootz (eds). (1992). Chiropractic in the United States: Training, Practice, and Research.

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Rolf Peters (2009). The Subluxation – Historical Perspectives. Chiropr J Aust, 39:143-50.

Rolf Peters (2012). A ‘TITANIC’ Year: The Year that was 1912. Chiropr J Aust, 42:143-58.

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Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (1994).  Historical notes:  A man called “Doss.”  Chiropr J Aust, 24:113-6.

Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (2001).  Chiropractic in Australia, 1905 – 1945:  The Searby saga:  a story of hardships and determination.  Chiropr J Aust, 31:17-32.

Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (2003).  The Palmer School of Chiropractic: Development of the faculty 1906-1945. Chiropr J Aust, 33:98-116.

Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (2003).  “The Lost Years”—1902-1904.  Chiropr J Aust, 33:2-10.

Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (2003)  “The Lost Years” revisited.  Chiropr J Aust, 33:55-6.

Rolf Peters and Mary Ann Chance MA. (2005).  What early chiropractors “treated”.   Chiropr J Aust 2005; 35:57-70.  This paper was voted the best paper published in Chiropractic Journal of Australia in 2005 by its Editorial Board.

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Simon A. Senzon. (2008). Our roots in morality. Today’s Chiropractic Lifestyle Feb/Mar: 60-61.

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Simon A. Senzon. (2008). Chiropractic and energy medicine: A shared history. J Chiropr Humanit, 2008. 15: p. 27-54.

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Simon A. Senzon. (2007). Letters to the Editor: Concerning Mr. Gibbons; review of The Secret History of Chiropractic. Chirpr Hist 27(1):5-7.

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Simon A. Senzon. (2003). What is Life? J of Vertebr Subl Res, 2003. Jun13: p. 1-4.

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