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Gray, Frances and McPhillips, Kathleen (2007). A third way : Explicitating the post in Post-Christian feminism. In Lisa Isherwood and Kathleen McPhillips (Ed.), Post-Christian feminisms : A Critical Appraisal (pp. 167-177) Aldershot: Ashgate Press. 42  
Gray, Frances Cartesian philosophy and the flesh: reflections on incarnation in analytical psychology. London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2013. 75 8
Gray, Frances Jung, Irigaray, individuation : Philosophy, analytical psychology, and the question of the feminine. London, Engalnd, U.K.: Routledge, 2008. 28  
Gray, Frances (2006). 'My daddy was my hero': Steve Irwin, the hero archetype, and Australian Identity. In Nancy Cater (Ed.), Psyche and nature (pp. x-xx) New Orleans, LA, United States: Spring Journal. 38  
Gray, Frances (2013). Mystery appropriated: disembodied Eucharist and meta-theology. In Anne Elvey, Carol Hogan, Kim Power and Claire Renkin (Ed.), Reinterpreting the Eucharist: explorations in feminist theology and ethics (pp. 113-129) Bristol, United Kingdom: Equinox Publishing. 40 5
Gray, Frances (2013). Original habitation: pregnant flesh as absolute hospitality. In Sarah LaChance Adams and Caroline R. Lundquist (Ed.), Coming to life: philosophies of pregnancy, childbirth and mothering (pp. 71-87) Baltimore, Maryland, United States: Fordham University Press. 50 50
Gray, Frances (2008). Plato's Echo : A feminist re-figuring of the anima. In Lucy Huskinson (Ed.), Dreaming the myth onwards : New directions in Jungian therapy and thought (pp. 156-167) London, Engalnd, U.K.: Routledge. 19  
Gray, Frances (2005) Walking with death, walking with science, walking with living: Philosophical praxis and happiness. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 1 2: 334-347. 35