Purpose in the Universe. The moral and metaphysical case for Ananthropocentric Purposivism.
Oxford University Press, 2015. 448p. Hardback. This book has expanded my philosophical horizons in substantial ways, offering an incredibly original, provocative, and unified account of the nature of reality and of value from within the Western tradition. I will not view debates about cosmology and about ethics the same way again. In a nutshell, Tim Mulgan argues for a third alternative that stands in between atheism and monotheism. ... his book is complex, intricate, and intelligible, and I also think it is beautiful. It is extraordinarily wide-ranging ... a work of brave and exhilarating philosophy. Thaddeus Metz, Ethics |a 28/6/17 (Publisher's information).