Oxford: Oxford University Press (2021)

Tyron Goldschmidt
King's College London (PhD)
Sara Bernstein
University of Notre Dame
Nonexistence is ubiquitous, yet mysterious. This volume explores some of the most puzzling questions about non-being and nonexistence, from metaphysics to ethics and beyond: the contributors offer answers from diverse philosophical perspectives, drawing on analytic, continental, Buddhist, and Jewish philosophical traditions.
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