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Naming and Necessity
I hope that some people see some connection between the two topics in the title. If not, anyway, such connections will be developed in the course of these talks. Furthermore, because of the use ofExpand
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Outline of a Theory of Truth
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Semantical Analysis of Modal Logic I Normal Modal Propositional Calculi
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses semantical analysis of modal logic ii and non-normal modal propositional calculi. The proof of sufficiency, which is omitted by many, proceeds by constructingExpand
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Semantical Considerations on Modal Logic
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A Completeness Theorem in Modal Logic
  • S. Kripke
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • J. Symb. Log.
  • 1 March 1959
The present paper attempts to state and prove a completeness theorem for the system S5 of [1], supplemented by first-order quantifiers and the sign of equality. Expand
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A Puzzle about Belief
In this paper I will present a puzzle about names and belief. A moral or two will be drawn about some other arguments that have occasionally been advanced in this area, but my main thesis is a simpleExpand
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Semantical Analysis of Intuitionistic Logic I
Publisher Summary The chapter discusses a semantical analysis of intuitionistic logic I. The chapter presents a semantical model theory for Heyting's intuitionist predicate logic and proves theExpand
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Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language: An Elementary Exposition
  • S. Kripke
  • Psychology, Philosophy
  • 1 September 1984
Preface 1. Introductory 2. The Wittgensteinian Paradox 3. The Solution and the 'Private Language' Argument Postscript Wittgenstein and Other Minds Index
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Identity and Necessity
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