Rigidity and the Description of Counterfactual Situations

Theoria 13 (3):477-490 (1998)
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In this paper I discuss two approaches to rigidity. I argue that they differ in the general conception of semantics that each embraces. Moreover, I argue that they differ in how each explains the rigidity of general terms, and in what each presupposes in that explanation
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