Metametaphysics contains sixteen original essays (as well as an extended introduction by one of the editors) drawn from two conferences on the subject that took place in 2005 (at ANU) and in 2007 (at Boise State). The editors have done a fantastic job in selecting essays which offer a balance of opinions and approaches; the authors include some of the big names in the subject as well as some of the exciting young guns. The resulting volume is simply now the canonical source for work on this exciting topic, and is unlikely to be surpassed in the near future. Each of the papers is a very worthwhile read, some are excellent, and the introduction does an admirable job of situating them in the wider debate. This volume is essential reading for anyone interested in metaphysics and its foundations.

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