Content and modality: Themes from the philosophy of Robert Stalnaker, edited by Judith Thomson and Alex Byrne. Oxford: Clarendon press, 2006. Pp. VIII + 304. H/b £40.00 [Book Review]

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The eleven original essays in this collection competently cover a wide range of Robert Stalnaker’s philosophical work, and Stalnaker’s replies to them are clear, well-thought out, and informative. Anyone interested in Stalnaker’s philosophy or the areas covered in this volume is well advised to read it.
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