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Free Will and Determinism
Space and Time
The Metaphysics Research Lab
Developers of the axiomatic theory of abstract objects and relations.
Two Contemporary Approaches to Transcendental Arguments
Karl-Otto Apel and Zeljko Loparic on their transcendental arguments in critical relationship with other philosophical trends of the age.
Metaphysics, Multiple Meanings
This site distinguishes popular and academic metaphysics, and provides links related to each.
20th World Congress of Philosophy: Metaphysics
Proceedings of the 20th WCP, with an archive of papers contributed in Metaphysics.
Big Bang Philosophy
Exploring the consequences of a finite universe.
Metaphysics Topics Page
Metaphysics links from Episteme Links.
Metaphysics resource page from the Social Science Information Gateway.
Naive Metaphysics: A Theory of Subjective and Objective Worlds
Supporting material for the book written by Geoffrey Klempner. Two extracts are provided; the preface, which explains the unusual circumstances and goals the author had whilst writing the book; and the first chapter, which consists of a long meditation on two problems of existence.
The theory of parthood relations: of the relations of part to whole and the relations of part to part within a whole; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Achille Varzi.
A Radical New Metaphysics
A paper by Tom Milner-Gulland presented at the Philosophy As Conference, November 30th, 2002
Pete Mandik's Objectivity Home Page
A resource for those interested in the philosophy of objectivity and subjectivity.
Book I of Hegel's Science of Logic - Being
Hegel's Science of Logic, linked to commentary by Lenin. The Doctrine of Being (Quality - Quantity - Measure).
A philosophical apologetic, or argument from pure reason in answer to Immanuel Kant's challenge. Pure Philosophical Argument for the Existence of a Supreme Being (consisting of five a priori principles).
Kant's Theocentric Metaphysics
Essay by Prof. Stephen Palmquist on Kant's Theocentric Metaphysics (Answers the question: "Was Kant the destroyer of Metaphysics?")
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