Metaphysics is a primary subject area in philosophy which investigates the nature, constitution, and structure of reality. It also deals with notions such as causation, time, modality (necessity and possibility), particulars and universals, and the relation of mind to body.
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Big Bang Philosophy
Exploring the consequences of a finite universe.
Book I of Hegel's Science of Logic - Being
Hegel's Science of Logic, linked to commentary by Lenin. The Doctrine of Being (Quality - Quantity - Measure).
Hong Kong Baptist University: Kant's Theocentric Metaphysics
Essay by Prof. Stephen Palmquist answering the question, "Was Kant the destroyer of Metaphysics?"
The Metaphysics Research Lab
Developers of the axiomatic theory of abstract objects and relations.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Mereology
The relations of part to whole and of part to part within a whole; by Achille Varzi.
A collaboratively edited article explaining several central metaphysical problems: the problem of objecthood, the problem of universals, and the mind-body problem.
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