Jan Nohas quoted8 months ago
is a “systematic” rather than an “historical” introduction to metaphysics.
Jan Nohas quoted8 months ago
Although it contains discussions of arguments that have their origins in the works of various great philosophers, it does not pretend to present these arguments in a way that does scholarly justice to the form in which they were originally presented.
Jan Nohas quoted8 months ago
Is there a plurality of things, or is there only one thing? (Arguments for Monism, particularly those of Spinoza and Bradley; the authority of mystical experiences.)
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