Alexander Carruth, Lecturer in Philosophy of Mind, University of Durham,Sophie Gibb, Professor of Philosophy, University of Durham,John Heil, Professor of Philosophy, Washington University, St Louis, and Monash University, Melbourne
Alexander Carruth is Lecturer in Philosophy of Mind at the University of Durham.
Sophie Gibb is Professor and Head of Department in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Durham.
John Heil is Professor of Philosophy at Washington University in St Louis and an Honorary Research Associate at Monash University.
Introduction, John Heil 1. Metaphysics as the Science of Essence, E. J. Lowe Part I: Categorical Ontology 2. Lowe, the Primacy of Metaphysics, and the Basis for Categorial Distinctions, Peter Simons 3. Existents and Universals, John Heil 4. Whole But Not One, Anna Marmodoro Part II: Necessity and Essence 5. The Impossibility of Natural Necessity, David Oderberg 6. The Epistemology of Essence, Tuomas Tahko 7. Essence and Necessity: The Case of Normative Non-naturalism, Antonella Corradini 8. Lowe's New Ontological Argument, Peter van Inwagen Part III: Mental Causation 9. The Ontology of E. J. Lowe's Substance Dualism, Alexander Carruth and Sophie Gibb 10. Could Mental Causation be Invisible?, David Robb Bibliography of the Works of E. J. Lowe