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I only have a rudimentary knowledge of Mario Bunge's philosophy.

But what I've read in the Ontology part of his Treatise of basic philosophy seems much promising.

I'm astonished that Bunge is not more frequently referred to.

Is it because of the technical complexity of his discourse ( that makes use of set theoretic and algebraic concepts)?

Or rather, is it because his attempt at using such concepts in philosophy is not considered as serious?

Is there any "bungeian" philosopher on this site that could indicate a reference allowing to enter more easily into Bunge's philosophy?

Thanks.

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