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Readership: Students and scholars of metaphysics and philosophy of mind.
Douglas Ehring, Southern Methodist University, Dallas
Douglas Ehring was born in New York City. He went to undergraduate school in California, and received his PhD in philosophy from Columbia University. Ehring has taught at SMU in Dallas since 1981, and is currently the William Edward Easterwood Professor of Philosophy there.
"highly original, carefully argued, and systematic" - Sophie C. Gibb, Analysis
"All in all, Tropes is a challenging and rewarding read, one that offers us a number of interesting and novel solutions to an age-old problem." - Brian Jonathan Garret, Philosophy in Review XXXIII
Introduction: Properties and Concrete Particulars
Part 1: Tropes
1: Distinguishing Particulars from Universals
2: Why Believe in Tropes
3: The Individuation of Tropes
4: Bundle Theory
5: Tropes and Mental Causation
Part 2: Natural Class Trope Nominalism
6: Why Natural Class Tropes
7: The Classic Objections to Natural Class Trope Nominalism
8: The Determination Objections
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