While reading about Nicolai Hartmann this morning I came across this resource – Theory and History of Ontology – that lists “living ontologists” here. Needless to say, none of the characters we know as the most important ontologists of all times are on the list – what gives? Are they not “authors with an interest in ontology”? Or are not sufficiently living? Is it possible they might not be as well-known and significant as they themselves imagine to be? This ain’t right – someone needs to inform Raul Corazzon who runs the resource of these recent seismic shifts in contemporary philosophy.
In any case, it’s an interesting list with selected bibliographies attached.