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  Klaas J. Kraay

   Associate Professor, Philosophy Department                                                                                                                                                     Full CV  

Current Funded Research Project: 
Research Group:
Edited Book:
(forthcoming) God and the Multiverse: Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Perspectives (Routledge).

Journal Articles:
 (forthcoming) “Peter van Inwagen on Gratuitous Evil”Religious Studies.
 (forthcoming) “Perspectives and Positions in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy of Religion”, Toronto Journal of Theology.
 (2013) “Method and Madness in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy of Religion”, Toronto Journal of Theology 29: 245-264.
  (2013) “On Preferring God's Non-Existence”Canadian Journal of Philosophy 43: 157-178. [with C. Dragos].
  (2013) “Can God Satisfice?”, American Philosophical Quarterly 50: 399-410.
  (2013) “Megill's Multiverse Meta-Argument”, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 73: 235-241.
  (2011) “Theism and Modal Collapse”, American Philosophical Quarterly 48: 361-372.
  (2011) “Incommensurability, Incomparability, and God's Choice of a World”, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 69: 91-102.
  (2010) “Theism, Possible Worlds, and the Multiverse”, Philosophical Studies 147: 355-368.
  (2008) “Creation, World-Actualization, and God's Choice Among Possible Worlds”, Philosophy Compass 3: 854-872.
  (2007) “Divine Unsurpassability”, Philosophia 35: 293-300.                                                                                                                [Reprinted here in 2013]
  (2007) “Absence of Evidence and Evidence of Absence”, Faith and Philosophy 24: 203-228.
  (2006) “God and the Hypothesis of No Prime Worlds”, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 59: 49-68.
  (2005) “William L. Rowe's A Priori Argument for Atheism”, Faith and Philosophy 22: 211-234.
  (2005) “Theistic Replies to the A Priori Argument for Atheism”, Philo 8: 22-36.                                                                           [Reprinted here in 2010]
  (2003) “Philo's Argument for Divine Amorality Reconsidered”, Hume Studies 29: 283-304.    
  (2002) “Externalism, Memory, and Self-Knowledge”, Erkenntnis 56: 297-317.
Book Chapters:
  (2012) “The Theistic Multiverse: Problems and Prospects”, in Nagasawa, Y. [Ed.], Scientific Approaches to the Philosophy of Religion,
  Palgrave MacMillan, 143-162.
  (2010) “The Problem of No Best World”, in Taliaferro, C., Draper, P., and Quinn, P. [Eds.], A Companion to Philosophy of Religion, 2nd
  ed., Wiley-Blackwell, 481-491.

  (2008) “Can God Choose a World at Random?”, in Wielenberg, E., and Nagasawa, Y. [Eds.], New Waves in Philosophy of Religion, Palgrave
  MacMillan, 22-35.

Annotated Bibliographies:
  (2013) “The Problem of Divine Hiddenness”,  Oxford Bibliographies Online.

Work in Progress:
  “God and Gratuitous Evil” for Philosophy Compass.
  “God and Possible Worlds” for Oxford Bibliographies Online [with A. Chantler and K. Lougheed].

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