Gustav Bergmann (1906-1987) was arguably the greatest ontologist
of the twentieth century in pursuing the fundamental questions of
first philosophy as deeply as any philosopher of any time. In 2006
and 2007, international conferences devoted solely to his work were
held at the University of Iowa in the USA, Universit de Provence
(France), and Universit degli Studi Roma Tre (Italy). The papers in
this volume were presented at the first of these conferences, in
Iowa City, where he taught for nearly four decades after escaping
from Europe, following the dissolution of the Vienna Circle of
which he had been the youngest member.
"Laird Addis" is professor emeritus of philosophy at the
University of Iowa. "Greg Jesson" is completing his Ph.D. degree at
the University of Iowa with a dissertation on Husserl and the
ontology of knowledge. "Erwin Tegtmeier" is professor of philosophy
at University of Mannheim (Germany).
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