The ways things are: studies in ontology

This book is a collection of essays in systematic ontology. The parts of its title - "Things" and "Ways They Are"--Are indicative of two broadly and intensively discussed issues in current ontology, namely, what categories of entities there are and in what ways they are relevant...

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Contributors: Kanzian, Christian 1963- (Other); Löffler, Winfried 1965- (Other); Quitterer, Josef 1962- (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Berlin De Gruyter 2011
Series/Journal:Philosophische Analyse
Further subjects:B Ontology
B Philosophy, Modern
B Metaphysics
B Electronic books
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Parallel Edition:Erscheint auch als: Löffler, Winfried: Ways Things Are : Studies in Ontology. - Berlin : De Gruyter, ©2011. - 9783110325102
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Summary:This book is a collection of essays in systematic ontology. The parts of its title - "Things" and "Ways They Are"--Are indicative of two broadly and intensively discussed issues in current ontology, namely, what categories of entities there are and in what ways they are relevant for our discourses. The three sections of the volume correspond to focuses of ontological research: "Before Ontology" is dedicated to conceptual, methodological, and meta-ontological issues; "Ontology at Work" raises general topics of categorial ontology, and the final section "Ontology in Application" discusses quest
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ISBN:3110325780