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  1. David E. Ward (2002). Explaining Evil Behavior: Using Kant and M. Scott Peck to Solve the Puzzle of Understanding the Moral Psychology of Evil People. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 9 (1):1-12.
  2. David E. Ward (2002). The Complexity of Evil Behavior. Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 9 (1):23-26.
  3. David E. Ward (1995). Imaginary Scenarios, Black Boxes and Philosophical Method. Erkenntnis 43 (2):181 - 198.
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  4. David E. Ward (1991). Explaining Agency Via Kant and Spinoza. Studia Spinozana: An International and Interdisciplinary Series 7:57-68.
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  5. David E. Ward, A Basic Schema for Understanding Aesthetic Transactions.
    My intention in this paper is to present a schema for understanding �sthetic transactions. (By '�sthetic transactions' I mean to refer to the artist's creation of a work of art and the audience's appreciation of it). For Kant a schema was a rule or principle that enables the under- standing to apply its categories. I am using this term in a narrower sense but in the same spirit : The schema to be considered is to serve as a principle which (...)
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  6. David E. Ward, THE SOLUTION TO THE PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEM OF AKRASIA.
    I would like to begin by welcoming all of you and by saying how nice it is to be President of the AAP NZ DIV or (the altervative Title) and to be addressing you tonight in that capacity. As I began writing this it occurred to me that every former Secretary of this Association must have asked themselves at some time just how meaningful this automatic honour of becoming President the following year actually is. Certainly it is an advantage to (...)
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  7. David E. Ward, The Abortion Debate : A Compromise.
    The fundamental issue dividing Pro- and Anti-abortionists is the question of whether or not the foetus/unborn child is to be regarded as a human being, a person with a right to life. An answer to this question which would satisfy both disputants must be developed in a consistent way from beliefs that are shared between them. I outline these shared beliefs (viz., attitudes towards potential life, and, how and when the value of life is realised by an individual) and argue (...)
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