Knowledge and Reality: Selected Essays

Oxford University Press (1999)
This book brings together a selection of Colin McGinn's philosophical essays from the 1970s to the 1990s, whose unifying theme is the relation between the mind and the world. The essays range over a set of prominent topics in contemporary philosophy, including the analysis of knowledge, the a priori, necessity, possible worlds, realism, mental representation, appearance and reality, and color.
Keywords Knowledge, Theory of  Realism
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Call number BD161.M384 1999
ISBN(s) 0198238231   0199251584   9780198238232     9780199251582
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