As good as it gets: Lewis on truth in fiction

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 82 (1):112 – 128 (2004)
Abstract
David Lewis's approach to analysing truth in fiction, significantly amended by 'Postscripts' in 1983, has been widely criticized on three main grounds, and it seems fair to say that nearly every writer on the subject thinks that one of these grounds is sufficient to show that Lewis is mistaken. I argue that with some minor revision, Lewis's approach survives all extant objections. Indeed, I judge the Lewis approach to be even more successful than Lewis himself seems to think.
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Richard Woodward (2011). Truth in Fiction. Philosophy Compass 6 (3):158-167.
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