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BURNHAM, Douglas (2015) Philosophy Between the Minds. Perspectives on Political Science, 44 (3). p. 166. ISSN 1930-5478

BURNHAM, Douglas and Skilleas, Ole Martin (2014) Categories and Appreciation. The Journal of Value Inquiry, 48 (3). ISSN 1573-0492

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BURNHAM, Douglas (2014) Apollo and the Problem of the Unity of Culture in the Early Nietzsche. In: Nietzsche's Value as a Scholar of Antiquiry. Bloomsbury, pp. 75-95. ISBN 9781472511522

BURNHAM, Douglas (2014) The Suicide and Rebirth of Religion. In: Jenseits von Gut und Bose. de Gruyter, pp. 69-89.

BURNHAM, Douglas (2013) Nietzsche, Style and the Body. In: Style in Theory: Between Literature and Philosophy. Bloomsbury/ Continuum, London, pp. 91-110. ISBN 9781441128935

BURNHAM, Douglas and JESINGHAUSEN, Martin (2011) Of Butterflies and Masks: the Transfigurations of Apollo in Nietzsche's Early to Later Writings. In: Nietzsche and Phenomenology. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 33-52. ISBN 978-1443833035

BURNHAM, Douglas and EBDON, Melanie (2009) Philosophy, Literature and Interpretation. In: The Continuum Companion to Continental Philosophy. Continuum./ Bloomsbury, London, pp. 238-258. ISBN 9780826498304

Book / Proceeding

BURNHAM, Douglas and LAMB, Peter (2018) The First Marx: A Philosophical Introduction. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781350029613 (In Press)

BURNHAM, Douglas (2017) The Critique of Intermediate Existence. ?. (Unpublished)

BURNHAM, Douglas (2014) The Nietzsche Dictionary. Bloomsbury.

BURNHAM, Douglas and Skilleas, Ole Martin (2012) The Aesthetics of Wine. New Directions in Aesthetics . Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester. ISBN 9781444337662

BURNHAM, Douglas and JESINGHAUSEN, Martin (2010) Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Edinburgh/ Indiana University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780253222787

BURNHAM, Douglas and JESINGHAUSEN, Martin (2010) Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy. Reader's Guides . Bloomsbury/ Continuum, London. ISBN 9781847065858

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