Prolegomena 11 (2):299-303 (2012)

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Ghislain Guigon
University of Geneva (PhD)
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This paper is a review of Geralding Coggins's book on metaphysical nihilism: Could There Have Been Nothing?
Keywords Metaphysical nihilism  possible worlds
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