Radical Misinterpretation

Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 104 (3):646-684 (2023)
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This paper provides an exposition and defence of Lewis' theory of radical interpretation. The first part explains what Lewis' theory was; the second part explains what it wasn't, and in so doing addresses a number of common objections that arise as a result of widespread myths and misunderstandings about how Lewis' theory is supposed to work.

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Edward J. R. Elliott
University of Leeds


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