Stephen Mumford





Stephen Mumford

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Metaphysics: A Very Short I...
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Causation
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Dispositions
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Laws in Nature
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David Armstrong
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Getting Causes from Powers
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Russell on Metaphysics: Sel...
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Watching Sport: Aesthetics,...
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The Non-league Football Gro...
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Metaphysics and Science
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“All that matters for philosophers is that it could be true.”
Stephen Mumford, Metaphysics: A Very Short Introduction

“we should instead substitute a simple notion of existence and allow that things come into and go out of existence. When present, they are real. After that, they are not.”
Stephen Mumford, Metaphysics: A Very Short Introduction

“We like to feel that we are dealing in objective, eternal, and immutable truths, unaffected by our human perspective on things.”
Stephen Mumford, Metaphysics: A Very Short Introduction



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