Content And Modality: Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Stalnaker
Eleven distinguished philosophers have contributed specially written essays on a set of topics much debated in recent years, including physicalism, qualia, semantic competence, conditionals, presuppositions, two-dimensional semantics, and the relation between logic and metaphysics. All these topics are prominent in the work of Robert Stalnaker, a major presence in contemporary philosophy, in honor of whom the volume is published. It also contains a substantial new essay in which Stalnaker replies to his critics, and sets out his current views on the topics discussed.
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actual world antecedent argued asserted content axiomatization axioms belief Benny Parsons Bert Cambridge Chomsky claim class to teach common language communication conceivability argument concept conditional-assertion context set conversational participants counterpart theory diagonal proposition distinction domain Dummett epistemically possible example experiences explain expressed fact false fred Free Abstraction Frege Frege-Schlick view I-language identity idiolects interpretation intuition Inverted Spectrum Janet Kripke language faculty Lingens linguistic livid logically possible Lycan mathematical metaphysically possible modal logic natural language notion object Oxford University Press paperweight Parsons is teaching Perry person Philosophical physicalism physicalist possible world-states possible worlds posteriori predicate presupposed presupposition failure priori problem Prof properties QCBF qualia quantification question reason reference relation relevant Robert Stalnaker role rules of inference schema semantics sense speakers speech acts Stalnaker Stalnaker's Strawson suppose theory thesis things tion true truth truth-conditions truth-value utterance valid variables word