Naming and Necessity: Appendix - Kripke’s Response To His Critics
Kripke (Saul)
Source: Kripke - Naming and Necessity, 1980, Preface, pp. 7-21
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Sections1

  1. Non-Unique Names
  2. The Relation of Rigidity to Scope
  3. Why did Russell et al Oppose the Rigidity of Names?
  4. Possible Worlds
  5. Substitutability of Proper Names?
  6. Rigidity and Non-Existence


Write-up2 (as at 01/08/2017 00:11:31): Kripke - Naming and Necessity - Appendix

I wrote a detailed review and analysis of the whole book – "Kripke (Saul) - Naming and Necessity" – when an undergraduate at Birkbeck. This document is still in a single pdf (see this link). However, I intend to break it out into individual Notes by Section. The “sectioning” is not Kripke’s, but relates to my analysis in the above document.
This – "Kripke (Saul) - Naming and Necessity: Appendix - Kripke’s Response To His Critics" – is the second 2/3 of the Preface only. See "Kripke (Saul) - Naming and Necessity: Preface" for the former part.


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