Graham Nerlich is one of the most distinguished of contemporary philosophers of space and time. Eleven of his essays are here brought together in a carefully structured volume; they deal with ontology and methodology in relativity, variable curvature and general relativity, and time and causation. The author has provided a general introduction and also introductions to each part to bring the discussion up-to-date and draw out the general themes. This volume will be welcomed by all philosophers of physics, and of science in general.
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