The Center for the Advancement of Logic, its Philosophy, History and Applications
"Existence and Necessary Existence"
with Richard Mendelsohn, City University of New York (CUNY)
February 5, 2014
Social Science Tower, Room 777
If there are object-dependent propositions, and the objects depended on are contingent existents, then the propositions themselves would appear to be contingent existents. Some have accepted this conclusion; others have denied that ordinary objects are contingent existents. Mendelsohn's talk will sort out the issues to help determine which parts of the dispute are substantial and which are not.
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