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Review of: Ontology after Carnap, by Stephan Blatti and Sandra Lapointe (eds.)
Blatti & Lapointe, the editors of Ontology after Carnap, tell us that 'careful and sustained work in metaontology is a relatively recent phenomenon. The single most significant episode in the brief history of metaontological inquiry was the mid-twentieth century debate between' Carnap and Quine (p.1). It will be sad if we forget works like Kant's Prolegomena or James's Pragmatism when we write metaontology's history. Still, the editors' remark is a clear point to the book's focus: metaontologydoi:10.17863/cam.7297 fatcat:63nxitr6ybaxxh6qtkhgfgj5ei