|Williamson’s Many Necessary Existents|
|Source: Analysis 69 (2009): 50–58|
|Paper - Abstract|
This note is to show that a well-known point about David Lewis’s (19861) modal2 realism applies to Timothy Williamson’s (19983; 20024) theory of necessary existents as well. Each theory, together with certain “recombination” principles, generates individuals too numerous to form a set.
Footnote 1: See "Lewis (David) - On the Plurality of Worlds".
Footnote 3: See "Williamson (Timothy) - Bare Possibilia".
Footnote 4: See "Williamson (Timothy) - Necessary Existents".
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