In Vincent Hendricks & Sven Ove Hansson (eds.), Handbook of Formal Philosophy. Springer (forthcoming)

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Carlo Proietti
University of Amsterdam
Gabriel Sandu
University of Helsinki
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This work presents an overview of four different approaches to the problem of future contingency and determinism in temporal logics. All of them are bivalent, viz. they share the assumption that propositions concerning future contingent facts have a determinate truth-value. We introduce Ockhamism, Peirceanism, Actualism and T x W semantics, the four most relevant bivalent alternatives in this area, and compare them from the point of view of their expressiveness and their underlying metaphysics of time.
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