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Philosophical Studies 69 (2-3):195 - 208 (1993)
|Abstract||A central stream running through the history of philosophy has been the attempt to gather a wide range of ostensibly disparate intuitive phenomena under a small, integrated set of concepts. Edward Zalta’s work is a sustained celebration of this tradition. This paper — part of a symposium on Zalta's work — is a friendly, but critical examination of Zalta's commitment to possibilism and the roles they play in his theory.|
|Keywords||possibilism object theory possible worlds modality|
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