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January 02, 2007



Early point of reflection: In a discussion of, say, ontology or metaphysics, is it appropriate to invoke metaontology or metametaphysics? I have always assumed yes, but not everyone is happy with that.


Dear professor Chalmers,
You are tagged! There is a virtual tag-game going on in the blog-osphere, and now it is your turn to tell five intriguing things about yourself or your blog and tag five other people to do the same.
My five confessions you find here: (they're in dutch but if you want I can translate them for you :-) )


Teeny-weeny note:

In the bibliography there's a reference to Putnam's (2004) "Ethics without Ontology", but it's missing in the main text...

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