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Metaphysics, Volume 25

John Hawthorne (Redaktør) ; Jason Turner (Redaktør)

Philosophical Perspectives, an annual, aims to publish original essays by foremost thinkers in their fields, with each volume confined to a main area of philosophical research. Les mer
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Philosophical Perspectives, an annual, aims to publish original essays by foremost thinkers in their fields, with each volume confined to a main area of philosophical research.

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Back to the Open Future Elizabeth Barnes Ross P. Cameron 1


By Our Bootstraps Karen Bennett 27


Life Without Essence: Man as a Force of Nature Mandel Cabrera Sarah Coolidge Joseph Almog 43


Ontological Superpluralism Ben Caplan 79


The Bare Necessities Shamir Dasgupta 115


An Abstract Characterization of the Determinable/Determinate Distinction Kit Fine 161


In Search of (Spacetime) Structuralism Hilary Greaves 189


What are Natural Kinds? Katherine Hawley Alexander Bird 205


A Metaphysical Mix: Morphing, Mai, and Mining Hud Hudson 223


Conspecific Coincidence and Mutual Incorporation Christopher Hughes 241


Multilocation and Mereology Shieva Kleinschmidt 253


Essence, Plenitude, and Paradox Sarah-Jane Leslie 277


Impure Reference: A Way Around the Concept Horse Paradox Fraser Macbride 297


The Extent of Metaphysical Necessity Daniel Nolan 313


Hylomorphism Reconsidered Michael C. Rea 341


Experience and the Passage of Time Bradford Skow 359


Relational vs. Constituent Ontologies Peter Van Inwagen 389


On Doing Ontology without Metaphysics Achille C. Varzi 407


Dispositions and Generics Ryan Wasserman 425

Om forfatteren

John Hawthorne is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University. He has published numerous articles on metaphysics, philosophy of language, epistemology, philosophy of mind, and early modern philosophy. His books include Knowledge and Lotteries, Substance and Individuation in Leibniz, and The Grammar of Meaning.
Jason Turner is a philosopher who received his PhD from Rutgers University. He has worked at the University of Leeds, St. Louis University, and the University of Arizona.