Thought and Reality

Oxford University Press (2006)
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In this short, lucid, rich book, Sir Michael Dummett, perhaps the most eminent living British philosopher, sets out his views about some of the deepest questions in philosophy. The fundamental question of metaphysics is: what does reality consist of? Dummett puts forward his controversial view of reality as indeterminate: there may be no fact of the matter about whether an object does or does not have a given property.
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Call number BD171.D86 2006
ISBN(s) 0199207275   9780199207275   019151408X   9780191514081
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