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  1. The deep incoherence of strong necessities.Harry Cleeveley - forthcoming - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy.
    Modal rationalism is the claim that for all p, if it is ideally conceivable that p, then there is a metaphysically possible world, W, in which p is true. This will be true just if there are no strong a posteriori necessities, where a strong necessity (for short) is a proposition that is conceivably false, but which is true in all metaphysically possible worlds. But are there any strong necessities? Various alleged examples have been proposed and argued over in the (...)
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