|Another Look at Armstrong's Combinatorialism|
|Source: Noûs 39 (2005): 680–696|
|Paper - Abstract|
Given an account of the latter notions, one can reduce the former via the biconditionals. In A Combinatorial Theory of Possibility, and then again in A World of States of Affairs, Armstrong characterizes possible worlds as rearrangements of elements of the actual world. But he says comparatively little about true in. This omission figures prominently in what follows.
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