Philosophy of Ontology: Intro to Metaphysics

In this lesson we shall be taking a detailed look at the Philosophy of Ontology. We shall take an introduction to the study of Ontology itself, and then move on to the Quinean method for finding Ontological Commitments. We then move on to look at how we can apply our methods to begin the basis for where we should begin Metaphysical inquiry. This brings us to the Study of Abstract entities in the next lesson.

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Sources:

A.Ney “Introduction to Metaphysics”, Ch.2 Introduction to Ontology, p.g. 30-58

Ontology, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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