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Journal of Philosophical Logic 22 (4):335 - 383 (1993)
|Abstract||Gupta's book  contains a theory of modal logic that is closely related to my modal language ML v , and his theory is used to treat some interesting philosophical problems. Hence, it is natural for me to review this valuable book and to concentrate on its logics, the more so as its use has already been spoken of and appreciated by Kapitan , although I cannot but share his appreciation|
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