1. Holly Gail Thomas (1996). Combinatorialism and Primitive Modality. Philosophical Studies 83 (3):231 - 252.
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  2. Holly Gail Thomas (1995). The Principle of Recombination and the Principle of Distinctness: A Puzzle for Armstrong's Theory of Modality. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 73 (3):444 – 457.
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  3. Holly Gail Thomas (1989). Possibility, Explanation, and Justification of Belief. Dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles
    The theme of the dissertation is that we should not be too cautious about engaging in metaphysics of modality; what may appear to be a refusal to engage in metaphysical speculation may instead involve a commitment to epistemic consequences that we should not accept. In Part I, I argue that David Lewis's modal realism implies that scepticism towards induction is rationally unavoidable. I conclude that his theory must be rejected. ;While not endorsing Lewis's account of the nature of possible worlds, (...)
     
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