Philosophy of Science 71 (5):1095-1106 (2004)
I commemorate David Lewis by discussing an aspect of modality within analytical mechanics, which is closely related to his work on counterfactuals. This concerns the way Hamilton ‐Jacobi theory uses ensembles, i.e. sets of possible initial conditions.
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