Notes on Plantinga, 'Modalities: Basic Concepts and Distinctions'
Funkhouser (Eric)
Source: Funkhouser (Eric) - Metaphysics, Spring 2014
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    ”Explain, in some detail, how Quine’s mathematical cyclist argument, as discussed in our Plantinga article, is supposed to serve as an objection to de re modality1. According to Plantinga, what is wrong with Quine’s argument? Along the way, be sure to explain the concept of de re modality2.”


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