Signos Filosóficos 12 (24):103-133 (2010)

Abstract
En este artículo examino el tratamiento escéptico que Quine hace de la necesidad proposicional (de dicto) y no-proposicional (de re) a través de su teoría de tres grados de compromiso modal. Argumento que, a pesar de poseer diversos aspectos valiosos, sufre de varias limitaciones importantes que lo ..
Keywords MODALIDAD   NATURALISMO   NECESIDAD   NO-COGNITIVISMO   QUINEMODALITY   NATURALISM   NECESSITY   NON-COGNITIVISM   QUINE
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