Shalkowski, S. and Bueno, O. (2000) A plea for a modal realist epistemology. Acta Analytica, 15 (24). pp. 175-193. ISSN 1874-6349
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David Lewis’s genuine modal realism postulates the existence of concrete possible worlds that are spatio-temporally discontinuous with the concrete world we inhabit. How, then, can we have modal knowledge? How can we know that there are possible worlds and how can we know the characters of those worlds?
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