What is the difference in meaning between 'came' and 'went', as in 'John came to the party' and 'John went to the party'? Is it ok for me to say 'John came to the party' when I am not at the party, or to say 'John went to the party' when I am at the party? It seems so, under appropriate circumstances. What are those circumstances?
"Bed is the most dangerous place - more people die there than anywhere else." What should we make of this?
Is it more difficult for a philosopher to give a nice clear and simple explanation of something, being aware of all the complications?