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    • Kant and the Ontological Argument 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1965)
      An essay reaffirming Kant's criticism of the ontological argument for the existence of God – a conjecture conceived in the 11th century by Anselm of Canterbury and defended in the mid-20th century by Charles Hartshorne and ...
    • On Mathematics, Music and Film 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1970)
      An early attempt by the author to comprehend the nature, scope and limits of the constraints on the possibilities of 'colour music'. (Thesis submitted in the Spring of 1968 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for ...
    • On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art (Oral Examination Abstract) 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1970)
      Extended abstract of the author's dissertation 'On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art', summarising its logical and artistic enquiries, as used by the members of the examining committee of the Graduate School of Boston ...
    • On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art (Part I) 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1970)
      Part I (of two parts) of the dissertation of May 1970 within which author unpacks and defends the conjecture that works of art must be structured to be playable as inductive games if they are to be experienced powerfully ...
    • On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art (Part II) 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1970)
      Part II (of the two parts) of the dissertation of May 1970 within which author unpacks and defends the conjecture that works of art must be structured to be playable as inductive games if they are to be experienced powerfully ...
    • On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art (Summary) 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1970)
      A summary of the discussion and conclusions of the author's dissertation 'On the Inductive Structure of Works of Art', submitted and defended in May of 1970, comprising a revision of Chapter II amended at beginning and end ...
    • A Prescriptive Criterion for Distinguishing Analytic from Synthetic Judgments 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1974)
      An essay confirming, in defiance of an opinion shared by many philosophers after Quine, that we may indeed, as Kant suggested, distinguish analytic from synthetic judgments but only by attending to how students could be ...
    • Randomness and Mr. Goodman's Paradox 

      Cameron, Evan Wm. (1975)
      Viable inductions can only be drawn from unbiased samples. A predicate like Nelson Goodman's 'Grue', therefore, cannot be used within inductions, for the temporal nature of its definition ensures that any sampling of objects ...

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