|This Side of Paradox|
|Source: Salmon (Nathan) - Metaphysics, Mathematics, and Meaning, 2005|
|Paper - Abstract|
Oxford Scholarship Online
Salmon’s critique of the conventional wisdom concerning the logic of what might have been is defended against Timothy Williamson’s rejoinder. It is argued that Williamson’s variation of Salmon’s modal1 paradox, properly understood, yields further support for Salmon’s solution over Williamson’s.
Review of Timothy Williams's "Identity and Discrimination"
Photocopy filed in "Various - Papers on Identity Boxes: Vol 16 (S1: Sa-Sl)". Electronic available at OSO
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