Formal ontology and conceptual realism
Theories about the ontological structure of the world have generally been described in informal, intuitive terms, and the arguments for and against them, including their consistency and adequacy as explanatory frameworks, have generally been given in even more informal terms. The goal of formal onto...
|Series:||Synthese library ;
v. 339. |
|Online Access:||Online version|
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