Distinguished metaphysicians examine issues central to the high-profile debate between philosophers over how to classify the natural world, and discuss issues in applied ontology such as the classification of diseases.
- Leading metaphysicians explore fundamental questions related to the classification and structure of the natural world
- An essential commentary on issues at the heart of the contemporary debate between philosophy and science
- Interweaves discussion of overarching themes with detailed material on applied ontology
Nyckelord: Philosophy of Mind, Metaphysics, philosophy, the structure of reality, evolutionary biology, the nature and identity of animate beings, applied ontology, objectivity, the taxonomy of disease progression