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New Waves in Metaphysics by Allan Hazlett
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New Waves in Metaphysics

by Allan Hazlett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230222331, Paperback)

Metaphysics covers a rather broad area of philosophy, and one which addresses some fundamental questions about existence. This timely volume picks out both controversial and unusual views amongst some bright young metaphysicians who are daring to challenge established views in the field.

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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.… (more)

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