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Theism and contrastive explanation (2017)
Journal Article
Came, D. (2017). Theism and contrastive explanation. European journal for philosophy of religion, 9(1), 19-26 . https://doi.org/10.24204/ejpr.v9i1.1862

I argue that there could not be grounds on which to introduce God into our ontology. My argument presupposes two doctrines. First, we should allow into our ontology only what figures in the best explanation of an event or fact. Second, explanation is... Read More about Theism and contrastive explanation.

The themes of affirmation and illusion in The birth of tragedy and beyond (2013)
Book Chapter
Came, D. (2013). The themes of affirmation and illusion in The birth of tragedy and beyond. The Oxford handbook of NietzscheOxford University Press (OUP). doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199534647.013.0010

The main theme of Nietzsche’s first published work, The Birth of Tragedy (BT, 1872), is that the affirmation of life requires ‘illusion’ which allows us to cope with the ‘insight into the horrible truth’ of our condition. This article argues that Nie... Read More about The themes of affirmation and illusion in The birth of tragedy and beyond.

Moral and aesthetic judgments reconsidered (2012)
Journal Article
Came, D. (2012). Moral and aesthetic judgments reconsidered. Journal of Value Inquiry, 46(2), (159-171). doi:10.1007/s10790-012-9333-1. ISSN 0022-5363

Traditionally in philosophy, ethics and aesthetics are bracketed together under the heading of "value judgment." This classification tends to obscure important differences between the domains of ethical and aesthetic judgment as we normally practice... Read More about Moral and aesthetic judgments reconsidered.

Schopenhauer on salvation and the highest good (2011)
Book Chapter
Came, D. (2011). Schopenhauer on salvation and the highest good. In M. Wasmaier-Sailer, & B. P. Göcke (Eds.), Idealismus und natürliche TheologieVerlag Karl Alber

Disinterestedness and objectivity (2009)
Journal Article
Came, D. (2009). Disinterestedness and objectivity. European Journal of Philosophy, 17(1), 91-100. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2008.00334.x


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