There are some interesting articles at: http://nippapanca.org/
I thought that this one was particularly useful (though tough going reading scanned handwriting...):
Dhamma and Irrationality: An explanation of the fundamentally irrational nature of spirituality in general, and the Buddhist path in particular, and thus of how "reason" is of very limited value on the path to Awakening. (This article was inspired by the author's dealings with two Buddhist intellectuals who insisted that Buddhism has to "make perfect sense.")
I thought his analysis was interesting. However, I found it strange that he keeps talking about the errors of "traditionalists", when it seems to me that some of the modern interpreters seeking to reason out the "true interpretation of the Buddha-Dhamma" are amongst those who should really take his comments to heart:
It may seem from the foregoing that I am betraying my own position by attempting to use discursive reasoning to bash the validity of discursive reasoning; but as this essay is directed particularly towards silly Buddhist intellectuals and dogmatic types who fondly cherish the belief that true Dhamma can be conceived rationalistically, it is expedient for me to speak their own language.