This is a book about facts that don’t have explanations—or what philosophers call brute facts. Although a lot has been written about explanation, little attention has been given to what it means for something to lack an explanation. The papers in this collection are meant to address this deficiency by posing this question with respect to things that, in the title of this collection, are rather liberally called “facts,” e.g., laws, properties, states, phenomena, etc....
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