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a type of formal logic primarily developed in the 1960s that extends classical propositional and predicate logic to include operators expressing modality

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This is going to come off as vague or obscure; but, I hope the idea is performatively expressed: Two questions: Do you think that Kripke would argue that the impossibility of de re counterfactuals o …
asked May 30 by PhilGrad
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Wikipedia lists a vivid designator as the following: Vivid designator: In modal logic and the philosophy of language, a vivid designator is a term which is believed to designate the same th …
asked Jun 12 by PhilGrad