Critiques of Metaphysics
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So far we have introduced some of the central questions of metaphysics: ontological questions about the existence of abstract and material objects. In later chapters, we’ll address other ontological issues such as whether we should believe in the existence of past or future objects and events or only present ones, whether we should believe in addition to natural features and objects, in those that are socially constructed like gender or race. We’ll also address questions that are not distinctly ontological, but are metaphysical in that they concern other features of our world such as the nature of causality or whether we have free will.