A collection of Cambridge Undergraduate essays, on Metaphysics, addressing the following questions;
1. Laws. Do laws reveal necessities in nature?
2. Induction. What is the Problem of Induction? Does it rest on a Misguided Notion of Justification?
3. Personal Identity. Does Personal Identity Matter?
4. Ontological Argument for the Existence of God. "Can we see that God exists just by reflecting on the meaning of the word ‘God’?"
5. Functionalism. "‘The possibility of Martians with a completely different physiology but a mental life just like ours shows that mental states cannot be brain states’ Discuss."
6. Truth. "Are there any areas of discourse for which a correspondence theory of truth is satisfactory?"
7. Long essay covering many arguments for the existence of God (incl. the above Ontological essay)
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