Modal Language and Modal Logic
Melia (Joseph)
Source: Melia - Modality, 2003, Chapter 2
Paper - Abstract

Paper Summary


Sections

  1. Quantified Modal Language
    • 1.1 QML: a Precise Modal Language
    • 1.2 QML: Some Concerns
    • 1.3 Expressive Limitations of QML
      … 1.3.1 Numerical Quantification
      … 1.3.2 There Could Have Been Other Things than There Actually Are
      … 1.3.3 Modalized Comparatives
    • 1.4 First-Order Quantification over Possibilia
      … 1.4.1 Numerical Quantification Revisited
      … 1.4.2 “There Could Have Been Other Things than There Actually Are” Revisited
      … 1.4.3 Modalized Comparatives Revisited
  2. Modal Logic
    • 2.1 A Perplexing Plethora
    • 2.2 Argument and Abstraction
    • 2.3 Model Theory: the Basics
    • 2.4 Model Theory for Modal Languages: an Intuitive Heuristic
    • 2.5 Model Theory for Modal Languages in Six Easy Pieces
    • 2.6 Validity
    • 2.7 The Philosophy of Model Theory

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