Understanding Our World: An Integral Ontology
Co-published with the Institute for Christian Studies, this volume provides a general categorical framework underlying a Christian worldview. The main components which make up this framework are world origin, world order, and ordered world.
The Problem of Universals and the Nature of Things
Order An Ontology of Universality
Functors and Functions
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