Readership: Scholars and students of philosophy, especially philosophy of logic and mathematics, philosophy of language, and metaphysics
Edited by Agustín Rayo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Gabriel Uzquiano, The Ohio State University
Agustín Rayo and Gabriel Uzquiano: Introduction
1: Kit Fine: Relatively Unrestricted Quantification
2: Michael Glanzberg: Context and Unrestricted Quantification
3: Geoffrey Hellman: Against 'Absolutely Everything'!
4: Shaughan Lavine: Something About Everything: Universal Quantification in the Universal Sense of Universal Quantification
5: Øystein Linnebo: Sets, Properties, and Unrestricted Quantification
6: Vann McGee: There's a Rule for Everything
7: Charles Parsons: The Problem of Absolute Universality
8: Agustín Rayo: Beyond Plurals
9: Stewart Shapiro and Crispin Wright: All Things Indefinitely Extensible
10: Gabriel Uzquiano: Unrestricted Unrestricted Quantification: The Cardinal Problem of Absolute Generality
11: Alan Weir: Is it too much to ask, to ask for everything?
12: Timothy Williamson: Absolute Identity and Absolute Generality