This volume is a long overdue collection of essays on the work of Frank Jackson. No doubt the broadness of Jackson's interests, which range from philosophy of mind, language and logic to meta‐philosophy, ethics and metaphysics, present a challenge for any such collection. But the editor comfortably meets the challenge by offering high quality essays on key topics to which Jackson has made notable contributions. Fourteen new essays followed by Jackson's replies (part V) make up the collection. Part I features six papers devoted to topics in metaphysics and philosophical method, such as the nature of conceptual analysis (Simon Blackburn, William Lycan), physicalism (Jennifer Hornsby), Jackson's semantics (Laura Schroeter and John Bigelow, Huw Price), and his theory of colour (Peter Menzies). Part II features two papers in philosophy of mind. Given the extent of Jackson's contribution to this area, one would expect more development here, but the reader can find...

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