Supervenience and infinitary logic

Noûs 35 (3):419-439 (2001)
The discussion of supervenience is replete with the use of in?nitary logical operations. For instance, one may often ?nd a supervenient property that corresponds to an in?nite collection of supervenience-base properties, and then ask about the in?nite disjunction of all those base properties. This is crucial to a well-known argument of Kim (1984) that supervenience comes nearer to reduction than many non-reductive physicalists suppose. It also appears in recent discussions such as Jackson (1998).
Keywords Infinitary Logic  Logic  Properties  Set Theory  Supervenience
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DOI 10.1111/0029-4624.00304
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