David J. Chalmers constructs a highly ambitious and original picture of the world, from a few basic elements. He returns to Rudolf Carnap's attempt to do the same, and adopts the idea of scrutability--according to which reasoning from a limited class of basic truths yields all truths about the world--to address central themes in philosophy.
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Oxford University Press
October 25, 2012
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