Fara’s Formula and the Supervaluational Thin Red Line

Theoria 28 (2):267-282 (2013)
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This paper establishes two facts. The first is that a recently presented problem for supervaluationism applies equally to the branching-time cousin of the theory. The second fact is that a new version of branching-time supervaluationism avoids this and related problems.

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