Australasian Philosophical Review 1 (2):163-167 (2017)

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Bradley Armour-Garb
State University of New York, Albany
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ABSTRACTIn our paper, we mount a novel argument, which trades on recent work by Roy Sorensen [2016], following work by Saul Kripke, against Yablo's preferred reading of if-thenism, which is an attempt to read problematically ontologically committing sentences in a way that does not carry such ontological commitments. Although our argument is directed at Yablo's proposed reading of if-thenism, if the argument is successful, other versions of if-thenism may be affected. After reviewing Sorensen's recent work and presenting our argument, we consider a possible way out and use this as a means for presenting some challenges to Yablo.
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