The problems of how the world is made, how things could have gone, and how causal relations work (if any such relation is at play) cross the entire historical development of philosophy. In the last forty years, the philosophical debate has given these problems a prominent role in its agenda, and David Lewis has suggested methodologies and theories that have contributed to enrich our notions in the fields of mereology, modality and the theory of causation. Such contributions have been among the most influential in analytic philosophy.
|Titolo:||Composition, Counterfactuals and Causation. Special Issue on the Philosophy of David Lewis|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|