The American Weil Society hopes to provide useful resources about the life and thought of Simone Weil. To this end, the society will attempt to maintain a standing bibliography of secondary works on Weil in English. We appreciate being notifed by members and readers of any items that may not appear in the bibliographies below (please use the form on the contact page).
GRAVITY AND GRACE CONCORDANCE
AWS is pleased to provide a helpful new resource for those interested in Weil's Gravity and Grace. Over the course of many years, the late Martin Andic worked at locating the original Notebooks source for each entry in Gravity and Grace. When he died, Eric O. Springsted came into possession of his copy of Gravity and Grace in which the references were noted in the margins. These notes are now fully transcribed and introduced by Eric O. Springsted. Access this file by clicking here.
First and Last Notebooks. Trans. Richard Rees. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.
Formative Writings 1929-1941. Trans. Dorothy Tuck McFarland and Wilhelmina van Ness. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1987.
Gravity and Grace. Trans. Emma Crawford and Mario von der Ruhr. London: Routledge, 2002.
Gravity and Grace. Trans. Arthur Wills. Lincoln, NE: University of Lincoln Press, 1997.
Gateway to God. Ed. David Raper. New York: Crossroad, 1982.
Intimations of Christianity among the Ancient Greeks. Trans. E.C. Geissbuhler. London: Routledge, 1988.
Lectures on Philosophy. Trans. Hugh Price. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978.
Letter to a Priest. Trans. Arthur Wills. London: Routledge, 2002.
The Notebooks of Simone Weil. 2 Vols. Trans. Arthur Wills. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1956, 1976.
The Need for Roots. Trans. Arthur Wills. London: Routledge, 2002.
Oppression and Liberty. Trans. Arthur Wills and John Petrie. London: Routledge, 2001.
Oppression and Liberty. Trans. Arthur Wills and John Petrie. Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1973.
Selected Essays. Trans. Richard Rees. London: Oxford University Press, 1962.
Seventy Letters. Trans. Richard Rees. New York: Oxford University Press, 1965.
On Science, Necessity, and the Love of God. Trans. Richard Rees. London: Oxford University Press, 1968.
Simone Weil: An Anthology. Ed. Siân Miles. New York: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1986.
Simone Weil on Colonialism. Trans. Patricia Little. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003.
Simone Weil Reader. Ed. George A. Panichas. Wakefield, RI and London: Moyer Bell, 1977.
Simone Weil: Writings. Ed. Eric O. Springsted. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1998.
Waiting for God. Trans. Emma Craufurd. New York: Harper and Row, 1973.
Waiting for God. Trans. Emma Craufurd. New York: HarperCollins, 2001.
Attente de Dieu. Paris: La Colombe, 1950.
Attente de Dieu. Paris: Fayard, 1966.
Cahiers II. Paris: Plon, 1972.
Cahiers III (nouvelle edition). Paris: Plon, 1974.
La Condition ouvrière. Paris: Gallimard, 1951–.
La Connaissance surnaturelle. Paris: Gallimard, 1950.
L’Enracinement. Paris: Gallimard, 1990.
Écrits historiques et politiques. Paris: Gallimard, 1957.
Écrits de Londres et dernières lettres. Paris: Gallimard, 1957.
Intuitions pré-chrétiennes. Paris: La Colombe, 1951.
Leçons de philosophie de Simone Weil (Roanne 1933-1934). Paris: Plon, 1959.
Lettre à un religieux. Paris: Gallimard, 1951.
Œuvres completes. Paris: Gallimard, 1981–.
OC I Premiers écrits philosophiques
OC II.1 Écrits historiques et politques: L’Engagement
syndical (1927 – juillet 1934)
OC II.2 Écrits historiques et politques: L’Expérience
ouvrière et l’adieu à la revolution (juillet 1934 – juin
OC II.3 Écrits historiques et politques: Vers la guerre (1937
OC VI.1 Cahiers (1933 – septembre 1941)
OC VI.2 Cahiers (septembre – février 1942)
OC VI.3 Cahiers (février 1942 – juin 1942)
Oeuvres. Ed. F. de Lussy. Paris: Gallimard, 1999.
Oppression et Liberté. Paris: Gallimard, 1955.
Poèmes. Paris: Gallimard, 1963.
Pensées sans ordre concernant l’amour de Dieu. Paris: Gallimard, 1962.
La Source grecque. Paris: Gallimard, 1963.
Sur la science. Paris: Gallimard, 1966.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY WORKS
1990s (incomplete, except for books)
Prepared By: Eric O. Springsted
1. Abosch, H., Simone Weil: An Introduction, (trans. K.A. Kenny) New York, 1994: Pennbridge Books.
2. Allen, D. & Springsted, E. O., Spirit, Nature and Community: Issues in the Thought of Simone Weil, Albany, 1994: State University of New York Press.
3. Bell, R. (Editor), Simone Weil's Philosophy of Culture: Readings Toward a Divine Humanity, Cambridge, 1993: Cambridge University Press.
4. Brueck, K., The Redemption of Tragedy: The Literary Vision of Simone Weil, Albany: 1995, SUNY Press.
5. Dargan, J. Thing Poetically: Studies in the Style of Simone Weil, Albany, 1999, SUNY Press.
6. Dunaway, J. & Springsted, E. (Eds.), The Beauty that Saves: Essays on Aesthetics and Language in Simone Weil, Macon: Mercer University Press, 1996.
7. Finch, H.L., Simone Weil and The Intellect of Grace. New York, Continuum International, 1999.
8. Nevin, T., Simone Weil: Portrait of a Self-Exiled Jew, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1991.
9. Nye, A., Philosophia: The Thought of Rosa Luxembourg, Simone Weil and Hannah Arendt, London: 1994, Routledge.
10. Oxenhandler, N. Looking for Heroes in Postwar France: Albert Camus, Max Jacob and Simone Weil, 1996, University Press of New England.
11. Patsouras, L. Simone Weil and the Socialist Tradition, San Francisco: Mellen Research University Press, 1992.
12. Rhees, Rush. Discussions of Simone Weil. Ed. D.Z. Phillips. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.
13. Springsted, E.O. (see I.1 Allen, D. & Springsted, E.O.& I.6 Dunaway,J. & Springsted, E.).
14. Stokes, Thomas, Audience, Intention, and Rhetoric in Pascal and Simone Weil, New York: Peter Lang, 1996 (vol.22 "Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures").
15. Strickland, S. The Red Virgin: A Poem of Simone Weil Madison: University of Wisconsin Press 1993.
16. Vetö, M., The Religious Metaphysics of Simone Weil, (trans. J. Dargan) Albany, 1994: State University of New York Press.
II. Articles and Chapters in Books:
Allen, D., "Liberation from Illusion," The Christian Century, August 22-29, 1990.
Allen, D. "The Concept of Reading and the 'Book of Nature'" in I.1 and I.2.
Allen, D., "Manifestations of the Supernatural according to Simone Weil," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.3 Sept. 1994.
Andic, M. "Fairy Tales," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.1, Mar., 1992.
Andic, M. "Discernment and the Imagination" in I.2.
Andic, M., "Supernatural Justice and the Madness of Love," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.4 Dec. 1994.
Andic, M. "The Love of Truth," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVIII.4 (dec. 1995), pp. 389-418.
Beauchesne, R. "Attention in Simone Weil, and Dying as Supreme Attention," Église et Théologie, 24 (1993), pp.259-271.
Bell, R. "Introduction: Divine Humanity: Simone Weil's Philosophy of Culture," in I.2.
Bell, R. "Reading Simone on Rights, Justice and Love," in I.2.
Blum, L., "Simone Weil," in Encyclopedia of Ethics, ed. Becker and Becker, NewYork, 1992: Garland Publishing, Inc.
Brueck, K.T., "Simone Weil's Attachment," Crosscurrents: Religion and Intellectual Life, February, 1991.
*Burns, S.A.M., "Justice and Impersonality: Simone Weil on Rights and Obligations," Laval Théologique et Philosophique, 49(3), Oct. 1993.
Callahan, A., "Simone Weil: Witness to Solidarity in Affliction," Chapter 4 of Spiritual Guides for Today, New York: Crossroad, 1992.
Collins, R. & F. Nielsen, "The Spirit of Simone Weil's Law," in I.2.
Daniels, Kate "Excerpts from the Testimony of Simone Weil" (poem) The Critical Quarterly, vol. 35, no.2 (Summer, 1993) pp.94-96.
Devaux, A.-A., "On the Right Use of Contradiction according to Simone Weil," in I.2.
Evans, C.A., "The Nature of Narrative in Simone Weil's Vision of History," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.1 mars, 1994.
Finch, H.L., "Simone Weil: Harbinger of a New Renaissance?" in I.2.
Fischer, C.B., "Simone Weil and the Civilization of Work," in I.2.
Grey, Christopher "Towards a Critique of Managerialism: The Contribution of Simone Weil" The Journal of Management Studies, vol. 33, no. 5 (Sept., 1996) pp. 591-611.
Grote, J., "Weil's Theory of Social Force," Spirituality Today, 42.3, autumn, 1990.
Hirsch, E., "Simone Weil: The Year of Factory Work," (poem) The New Yorker, Jan. 13, 1992.
Ignatieff, M., "The Limits of Sainthood," The New Republic, June 18, 1990 pp.40-46.
King, U., "Simone Weil: Waiting on God," Expository Times, 101:292-295, July, 1990.
Little, J.P., "Simone Weil's Concept of Decreation," in I.2.
Loades, A., "Simone Weil and Antigone: Innocence and Affliction," in I.2.
Nielsen, F. (see Collins, R. & Nielsen, F.).
Oxenhandler, N. "The Bodily Experience of Simone Weil," L'Esprit Créateur, XXXIV.3 (Fall, 1994) pp.82-89.
Palmer, B. "Simone Weil and Secular Religions of Self-Affirmation," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.4, Dec. 1992.
Phillips, D.Z., "God and Concept-Formation in Simone Weil," in I.2.
Pirruccello, A., "Interpreting Simone Weil: Presence and Absence in Attention" Philosophy East and West, vol. 45, no.1, Jan. 1995, pp.61-72.
Pirruccello, A., "Overcoming Self: Simone Weil on Beauty," in Divine Representation: Postmodernism and Spirituality, ed. A.W. Astell, New York: 1994, Paulist Press, pp.34-46.
Pirruccello, A., "Time and the Body," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVIII.1 mars, 1995.
Pirruccello, A., "'Gravity' in the Thought of Simone Weil," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 57.1.
Poole, A., "War and Grace: The Force of Simone Weil on Homer," Arion, 3rd series, vol. II.1, Winter, 1992, 1-15.
Purcell, D., "Iris Murdoch's The Green Knight and Simone Weil" CSW 19.2 (juin, 1996) pp.225-238.
Reitan, E., "Punishment and Community: The Reintegrative Theory of Punishment," in Canadian Journal of Philosophy 26.1 (Mar.1996) pp.57-82.
Reynolds, S. "Simone Weil and Women Workers in the 1930s: Condition ouvrière and Condition féminine" in Women in French Society and Culture: Papers in Memory of Andrea Cady, ed. D. Berry & A. Hargreaves, Loughborough: European research Centre, 1993 (reprinted in CSW XIX.1 pp.97-113).
Schmidt, L., "Simone Weil on Religion: A Voegelinian Critique," Cahiers Simone Weil, XV.3, Sept. 1992.
Schmidt, L. “George Grant on Simone Weil as Saint and Thinker” in George Grant and the Subversion of Modernity: Art, Philosophy, Politics, Religion and Education ed.A. Davis, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996 pp.263-281.
Schmidt, L. & Maratto, S., “The Measure of Justice: The Language of Limit as Key to Simone Weil’s Political Philosophy” ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University. Vol. 28 (2000) pp. 53-66.
Sherry, P. " Simone Weil on Beauty," in I.2.
Springsted, E. "Simone Weil," in Great Thinkers of the Western World, ed. I. McGreal, San Francisco: HarperRow, 1992.
Springsted, E., "Conditions of Dialogue: John Hick and Simone Weil," Journal of Religion, January, 1992.
Springsted, E., "Of Tennis, Persons and Politics," Philosophical Investigations, July, 1993.
Springsted, E. O., "Rootedness: Culture and Value," in I.1 and I.2.
Springsted, E.O. "The Need for Order and the Need for Roots: To Being through History," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVII.2 juin, 1994.
Springsted, E.O., "Simone Weil," in The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, ed. R. Audi, Cambridge: 1995, Cambridge University Press.
Steiner, G., "Bad Friday," The New Yorker, March 2, 1992, pp.86-91.
Steiner, G., "The Self-Hatred of Simone Weil," The Times Literary Supplement, June 4, 1993 pp.3-4 (reprinted in No Passions Spent: Essays 1978-1995, New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996 pp.171-179).
Terdiman, R., "The Obligation of the Past: Simone Weil's Memory," Cahiers Simone Weil, XVI.4, Dec. 1993.
Williams, R., "The Necesssary Non-Existence of God," in I.2.
Wisdo, D. "Simone Weil on Scepticism, Objectivity and Epistemic Life," Cahiers Simone Weil, XIV.3, Sept. 1991.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SECONDARY WORKS
Prepared By: Eric O. Springsted
(NB: Some of the works cited, particularly in the articles and chapters section, are not directly on Weil or contain only portions on her. However, they owe a great deal to a reading of Weil and become relevant for inclusion in that way.)
1. Allen, D., Three Outsiders: Pascal, Kierkegaard and Weil, Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1983.
2. Blum, L. & Seidler, V., A Truer Liberty: Simone Weil and Marxism, New York: Routledge, 1989.
3. Coles, R., Simone Weil: A Modern Pilgrimage, Reading,MA: Addison-Wesley, 1987.
4. Deitz, M., Between the Human and Divine: The Political Thought of Simone Weil, Totowa, NJ: Rowman and Littlefield, 1988.
5. Dunaway, J., Simone Weil, Boston: Twayne, 1984.
6. Fiori, G., Simone Weil: An Intellectual Biography. Athens,GA: University of Georgia Press, 1989.
7. Hellman, J., Simone Weil: An Introduction to Her Thought, Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984.
8. Idinopulos, T. & Knopp, J.Z. (eds), Mysticism, Nihilism, Feminism: New Critical Essays on the Theology of Simone Weil, Johnson City, TN: Institute of the Social Sciences and Arts, 1985.
9. Little, J.P., Simone Weil: Waiting on Truth, Oxford: Berg, 1988.
10. MacLane-Iles, B., Uprooting and Integration in the Writings of Simone Weil, New York: Peter Lang, 1987.
11. McClellan, D., Simone Weil: Utopian Pessismist, London: Macmillan, 1989.
12. McFarland, D.T., Simone Weil, New York: Frederick Ungar, 1983.
13. Springsted, E.O., Christus Mediator: Platonic Mediation in the Thought of Simone Weil, Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1983.
14. Springsted, E.O., Simone Weil and the Suffering of Love, Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1986.
15. White, G.A. (editor), Simone Weil: Interpretations of a Life, Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1981.
16. Winch, P., Simone Weil "The Just Balance", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
II. Articles and Chapters in Books
1. Allen,D., "Suffering at the Hands of Nature," Theology Today, July, 1980 (also in Traces of God, Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 1981).
2. Allen, D., "Natural Evil and the Love of God," Religious Studies, Dec., 1980, vol. 16 no.4 (also in Traces of God, Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications).
3. Allen, D., "A Christian Theology of Other Faiths," Theology Today, October, 1981.
4. Allen, D., "Simone Weil on Suffering and Reading," Communio, Fall, 1984
5. Allen, D., "The Witness of Nature to God's Goodness and Existence," Faith and Philosophy, Vol.I.1, Jan., 1984.
6. Allen, D., "George Herbert and Simone Weil," Religion and Literature, Summer, 1985, vol.17.2.
7. Allen, D., "Spiritual Waiting in the Theology of Simone Weil," Perspectives, Dec., 1986.
8. Allen, D., "Incarnation in the Gospels and the Bhagavad Gita," Faith and Philosophy, vol. 6.3; July, 1989.
9. Andic, M., "Simone Weil and Soren Kierkegaard," Modern Theology, Oct., 1985.
10. Andic, M., "Simone Weil's Caussadism," Mystics Quarterly, June, 1987 (XIII.2).
11. Andrew, E., "Simone Weil on the Injustice of Rights-Based Doctrines," Review of Politics. 48.1 (1986) pp.60-91.
12. Bregman, L., "The Barren Fig Tree: Simone Weil and the Problem of Feminine Identity," in I.8.
13. Brueck, K.T., "The Mysticism of Simone Weil and Francois Mauriac's Viper's Tangle: Affliction, Gravity, Grace," Mystics Quarterly, 15:166-176, Dec. 1989.
14. Calder, J.G., "Against Algebra: Simone Weil's Critique of Modern Science and Its Mathematics," Explorations in Knowledge, 4:47-73, 1987.
15. Cameron, J.M., "The Life and Death of Simone Weil," in I.15.
16. Carden, L.E., "Waiting: Spiritual Transformations and the Absence of God," St. Luke's Journal of Theology 31:189-203, June, 1988.
17. Carlson, T., "The New Spirituality Confronts the Old Dualism," Books in Religion, 13, no.18-19, Nov., Dec., 1985.
18. Chen, S.F., "Simone Weil's Experience of God in Solitude, Silence and Suffering," Cistercian Studies, XXIII.3 (1988).
19. Clampitt, A., "An Anatomy of a Migraine," (poem) The New Yorker, Nov. 8, 1986.
20. Cliff, M., "Sister/Outsider: SOme Thoughts on Simone Weil," in Between Women: Biographers, Novelists, Critics, Teachers, abd Artists Write about Their Work on Women, ed. Ascher, deSalvo, Ruddick; Boston: Beacon Press, 1984.
21. Coles, R., "Simone Weil: The Mystery of Her Life," Yale Review, Winter, 1984.
22. Coles, R., "Simone Weil's Mind," in I.8.
23. Coles, R., "Preface," in I.14.
24. Cruise, P.E., "The Problem of Being Simone Weil." Judaism, 35.1, Winter, 1986.
25. Dunaway, J., "Estrangement and the Need for Roots: Prophetic Visions of the Human Condition in Albert Camus and Simone Weil," Religion and Literature, Summer, 1985 vol.17.2.
26. Eaton, J., "Simone Weil and Feminist Spirituality," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Winter, 1986 (LIV.4).
27. Elshtain, J.B., "The Vexation of Weil," Telos, Winter, 1983-84.
28. Ferber, M.K., "Simone Weil's 'Iliad'," in 1.15.
29. Fischer, C.B., "Liberating Work," in Christian Feminism, ed. J. Weidman, New York: Harper and Row, 1984.
30. Fischer, C.B., "Women's Workplace Culture," Journal of Women and Religion, 6:45-51, Winter, 1987.
31. Grant, G., "In Defence of Simone Weil," The Idler, No.15, 1988.
32. Hamblin, M., "Simone Weil's Theology of Evil, Love and the Self-Emptying God," in I.8.
33. Hardwick, E., "Simone Weil" in Bartleby in Manhattan, New York: Random House, 1984.
34. Harries, R., "Stewart Sutherland on Suffering," Theology 91:308-317, July, 1988 (see item on Sutherland below).
35. Idinopulos, T., "Necessity and Nihilism in Simone Weil's Vision of God," in I.8.
36. Jensen, D.J., "Soteriology from a Christian and Hindu Perspective," Journal of Dharma, 14:353-365, Oct.-Dec. 1989.
37. Kawano, R., "A Model for Learned Pastors," The Christian Century, Jan.23, 1980.
38. Knopp, J.Z., "The Carnal God: Simone Weil's Anti-Judaic Perspective," in I.8.
39. Lagowski, B., "Simone Weil and Romantic Conservatism," Reports on Philosophy, No.5, 1981.
40. Lindroth, J., "Simone Weil and Wallace Stevens: The Notion of Decreation and Subtext in 'An Ordinary evening in New Haven.'" Religion and Literature, vol. 19.1, Spring, 1987.
41. Loades, A., "Sacrifice: A Problem for Theology," in Images of Belief, ed. D.Jasper, London, New York: Macmillan, St. Martin's Press, 1984.
42. Loades, A., "Eucharistic Sacrifice: Simone Weil's Use of a Liturgical Metaphor," Religion and Literature, Summer, 1985, vol.17.2.
43. Lynd, S. "Marxism-Leninism and the Language of Politics Magazine: The First New Left... and the Third," in I.15.
44. Maddocks, M. "Religion and Politics in the 80s, and Earlier" The Christian Science Monitor, February 27, 1987.
45. Marshall, S.E., "Paper Saints," Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 10:101-115, Autumn, 1989.
46. Meadow, M.J., "The Dark Night of Mysticism: Depression and 'The Dark Night'," Pastoral Psychology, 33, Winter, 1984.
47. Miles, S., "Introduction" to Simone Weil: An Anthology.
48. Milosz, C., "The Importance of Simone Weil," in The Emperor of the Earth: Modes of eccentric Vision, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981.
49. Milosz, C., "The Nobel Lecture," The New York Review of Books, March 5, 1981.
50. Murdoch, I., "On 'God' and 'Good'" in Revisions, ed. S. Hauerwas & A. MacIntyre, Notre dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1983.
51. Murray, M., "The Jagged Edge: A Biographical Essay on Simone Weil," in I.15.
52. Murray, M., "Simone Weil: Last Things," in I.15.
53. Oates, J.C., "May God Grant That I Become Nothing," in The Profane Art: Essays and Reviews, New York: E.P. Dutton, 1983.
54. O'Brien, C.C., "Patriotism and The Need for Roots: The Antipolitics of Simone Weil," in I.15.
55. O'Hearn, D., "The Gnosticism of Simone Weil," Epoche: Journal of the History of Religions at UCLA, Vol.XII, 1984.
56. Panichas, G., "The Christ of Simone Weil," Studies in Formative Spirituality, May, 1983.
57. Perlin, T., "Mystery and Truth, Attention and Action: Simone Weil and Mohandas Gandhi," in I.8.
58. Phillips, L.B., "Simone Weil : A Stranger Among Her Own," Encounter, Spring, 1982.
59. Ruddick, S., "New Combinations: Learning from Virginia Woolf," in Between Women: Biographers, Novelists, Critics, Teachers and Artists Write About Their Work on Women, ed. Ascher, deSalvo, Ruddick Boston: Beacon Press, 1984.
60. Schnackenberg, G., "The Heavenly Feast (Simone weil 1909-1943)" (poem) The New Yorker, Sept. 17, 1984.
61. Smock, A., "Doors: Simone Weil with Kafka," MLN, May, 1980.
62. Springsted, E.O., "Is There a Problem with the Problem of Evil?" International Philosophical Quarterly, Oct., 1984.
63. Springsted, E.O., "Contradiction, Mystery and the Use of Words in Simone Weil," Religion and Literature, Summer, 1985, vol.17.2.
64. Springsted, E.O., "The Works of Simone Weil," Theology Today, Oct., 1981.
65. Springsted, E.O., "The Religious Basis of Culture: T.S. Eliot and Simone Weil," Religious Studies, 25.1, March, 1989.
66. Stewart-Robinson, C., "Philosophical Reflections on the Obligation to Attend," Philosophy Today, 31:54-68, Spring, 1987.
67. Summers, J.H., "Notes on Simone Weil's Iliad", in I.15.
68. Sutherland, S., "Simone Weil and Albert Camus," Chapter 4 in Faith and Ambiguity, Londo: SCM Press, 1984.
69. Teuber, A., "Simone Weil: Equality as Compassion, " Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Dec. 1982.
70. Van Herick, J., "Looking, Eating and Waiting in Simone Weil," in I.8.
71. Weaver, F.E., "The Mystical Vision of Simone Weil in Relationship to Roman Catholicism," Horizons, 13.2, Fall, 1986.
72. Weckman, G., "Simone Weil: Hinduism and Buddhism," in I.8.
73. White, G.A., "Introduction," in I.15.
74. White, G.A., "Simone Weil's Work Experiences: From Wign Pier to Chrystie Street," in I.15.
75. White, G.A., "Simone Weil's Bibliography: Some reflections on Publishing and Criticism," in I.15.
76. Winch, P. "Text and Context," Philosophical Investigations, Jan., 1982.
77. Wisdo, D., "Simone Weil on the Limits of Virtue," Religion and Intellectual Life, VI.3/4, Spring/Summer 1989.
One of the most valuable resources available online for Simone Weil research is a bibliography of critical works on Simone Weil (1995-date) maintained by Saundra Lipton (University of Calgary) and Debra Jensen (Mount Royal University, Calgary): Simone Weil Bibliography. See also their blog to check out updates on this project.