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dc.contributor.authorBerto, Franz
dc.contributor.editorBaşkent, Can
dc.contributor.editorMacaulay Ferguson, Thomas
dc.identifier.citationBerto , F 2020 , Modal Meinongianism : conceiving the impossible . in C Başkent & T Macaulay Ferguson (eds) , Graham Priest on Paraconsistency and Dialetheism . Outstanding contributions to logic , vol. 18 , Springer , Cham , pp. 3-19 .
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dc.description.abstractModal Meinongianism—the version of Meinongianism invented by Graham Priest—presupposes that we can think about absolute impossibilities. I defend the view that we can, by tidying up a couple of loose ends in Priest’s arguments to this effect from his book Towards Non-Being.
dc.relation.ispartofGraham Priest on Paraconsistency and Dialetheismen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesOutstanding contributions to logicen
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dc.subjectConceivability and possibilityen
dc.subjectModel Meinongianismen
dc.subjectImpossible worldsen
dc.subjectBC Logicen
dc.titleModal Meinongianism : conceiving the impossibleen
dc.typeBook itemen
dc.contributor.institutionUniversity of St Andrews.Philosophyen

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