Could there have been Nothing?: Against Metaphysical by Geraldine Coggins

By Geraldine Coggins

the 1st book-length research of metaphysical nihilism: an analytical remedy of 1 of the main fascinating and primary questions in modern analytic metaphysics: may there were not anything in any respect? No actual universe, no humans, no dwelling beings, no planets, no atoms, regardless of, no strength - nothing?

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