What's wrong with possibilism

Analysis 69 (2):219-226 (2009)
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Abstract

Argues (1) that the debate between actualists and possibilists in deontic logic distorts what is really at issue, and (2) that reframing the debate as being about reasons strongly suggests that those with possibilist sympathies should adopt more moderate claims (which may nevertheless be distinct from actualism).

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Christopher Woodard
Nottingham University

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