Metaphysics what there is
New York, N.Y. : Infobase, , c2004.
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Systematic thought about the true nature of things is the very foundation of philosophical reasoning: idealism and materialism.realism, nominalism, and conceptualism.the noumenal and the phenomenal.logical positivism, emergentism, and modal realism. In this program, Rutgers philosophers Brian McLaughlin, Barry Loewer, John Hawthorne, Ted Sider, and Dean Zimmerman discuss the nature of this most ancient branch of philosophy, exploring concepts of causation, time, necessity, and possibility and contemplating the big questions of "Who am I?" and "Where am I?" In the process, they reference the works and theories of Aristotle, Plato, William of Ockham, Hume, Kant, Mill, Leibniz, and others.
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(20052004). Metaphysics: what there is . Infobase.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
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Metaphysics: What There Is New York, N.Y.: Infobase, 20052004.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
Metaphysics: What There Is Infobase, 20052004.
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