A–theory for tense logicians

Analysis 63 (1):4–6 (2003)
Josh Parsons
University of Otago
Let us call “tense logic” the programme of explaining tense in natural languages by means of a model theory similar in structure to possible worlds semantics for modality. This programme would make the following claims.
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DOI 10.1111/j.0003-2638.2003.00386.x
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