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Bibliography on worlds and modality

@inproceedings{Bacon2009BibliographyOW,
  title={Bibliography on worlds and modality},
  author={John Bacon and Keith Campbell},
  year={2009}
}
ion is usually regarded as a property of certain objects--sets, numbers, propositions, properties, etc. this paper proposes that it be viewed instead as a feature of the languages or conceptual systems by means of which we conceive such objects--specifically, the property of being predicate-poor. Thus there are no abstract objects-only possible concrete ones understood in the terms of language of various degrees of abstraction. Noonan, Harold. 1994. “In Defence of the Letter of Fictionalism… Expand

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