This collection of papers tackles some of the issues that have been pressed by the critics of naturalised metaphysics, and which have, up to now, been generally neglected. They take on the question of mutual dependencies between metaphysics and science, and address the debate’s disadvantageous fixation on contributions by the natural sciences. In doing so, our authors underline the complexity and breadth of the relationship between metaphysics and science, which is all too easily lost sight of when you are emerged in the details of the contemporary debate over the naturalisation of metaphysics.
HomeFaculty of Arts and HumanitiesPhilosophyProfessorshipsUniversity ProfessorshipsIII - Metaphysics and Philosophy of ScienceMarkus SchrenkPublicationsHume. Epistemology and Metaphysics
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