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Universals / by Mary C. MacLeod and Eric M. Rubenstein. [Electronic resource]

By: MacLeod, Mary CContributor(s): Rubenstein, Eric MSubject(s): Universals (Philosophy) | Nominalism | Realism -- Philosophy | ConceptualismOnline Resources: CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRONIC COPY OF TEXT In: Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy / James Fieser and Bradley Dowden, eds (ISSN 2161-0002)
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Contents: Introduction.-- The nature of universals.-- Reasons to postulate universals.-- The problems of universals.-- 2. Versions of Realism.-- Extreme Realism.-- Strong Realism.-- Objections to Realism.-- 3. Versions of Anti-Realism.-- Predicate nominalism.-- Resemblance nominalism.-- Trope Nominalism.-- Conceptualism.- 4. Concluding thoughts.-- References and further reading.

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