Qualitative Grounds

Philosophical Perspectives 30 (1):309-348 (2016)
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Suppose that all non-qualitative facts are grounded in qualitative facts. I argue that this view naturally comes with a picture in which trans-world identity is indeterminate. But this in turn leads to either pervasive indeterminacy in the non-qualitative, or else contingency in what facts about modality and possible worlds are determinate.

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Jeffrey Sanford Russell
University of Southern California


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