About What There Is: An Introduction to Contemporary Metaphysics
by T. Roy
Publisher: California State University 2009
Number of pages: 178
Metaphysics is the study of certain very general and basic questions about what the world is like. Central to contemporary metaphysics are questions about what there is. These questions will be the focus of this introductory book.
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