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New Waves in Metaphysics

by Allan Hazlett

Part of the New Waves in Philosophy Series

New Waves in Metaphysics Synopsis

A collection of new essays by young scholars on the cutting edge of this ancient philosophical area. Diverse topics, including ontology, free will, fundamental properties, and causation, the volume will appeal both to specialists and to anyone interested in the present and future state of metaphysics in the English-speaking world.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780230222328
Publication date: 20th January 2010
Author: Allan Hazlett
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 280 pages
Categories: Philosophy: metaphysics & ontology,

About Allan Hazlett

ROSS P. CAMERON is a Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Leeds, UK SARA RACHEL CHANT is Assistant Professor in Philosophy, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA JOSHUA GLASGOW works on a variety of topics in moral and political philosophy NEAL JUDISCH is Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma, USA URIAH KRIEGEL is a Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science (and Associate Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies), University of Arizona, USA DOUGLAS KUTACH teaches in the Philosophy department, Brown University, USA RAE LANGTON is Professor of Philosophy at MIT, USA MARI MIKKOLA is a Lecturer in Philosophy, Lancaster University, UK ...

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