Reading Metaphysics: Selected Texts with Interactive Commentary

Helen Beebee, Julian Dodd, "Reading Metaphysics: Selected Texts with Interactive Commentary"
Wiley-Blackwell | 2007 | ISBN: 1405123672, 1405123664 | 256 pages | PDF (Scan) | 7,3 mb

This collection brings together key contemporary texts in metaphysics and features an interactive commentary which helps readers engage the texts critically and to use them to develop their own views.

* Each text is followed by a detailed commentary, setting it in context
* Includes questions designed to help readers think hard about what the author is saying and why, to think of objections, and to formulate his or her own views
* Aims to improve the reader’s ability to engage critically with philosophical texts, and to use them as a springboard for philosophical thought and writing
* Introduces readers to the perennial problems of metaphysics and the ways that different analytic philosophers have approached them


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