Oxford University Press (2017)

Kenneth L. Pearce
Trinity College, Dublin
Tyron Goldschmidt
King's College London (PhD)
Idealism is the view that reality is fundamentally mental. Idealism has been influential historically, but it has been neglected in contemporary metaphysical debate. This volume of 17 essays by leading philosophers rectifies the situation.
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