On the logic of demonstratives

@article{Kaplan1979OnTL,
  title={On the logic of demonstratives},
  author={David Kaplan},
  journal={Journal of Philosophical Logic},
  year={1979},
  volume={8},
  pages={81-98}
}
  • David Kaplan
  • Published 1979
  • Philosophy
  • Journal of Philosophical Logic
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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 of
Demonstratives (Draft # 2) mimeographed, UCLA Philosophy Department
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extensive presentation occurs in my manuscript Demonstratives. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation
  • extensive presentation occurs in my manuscript Demonstratives. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation
2 Or possibly, just in case 4 was true at every index which differed from the given index only in possible world coordinate
  • 2 Or possibly, just in case 4 was true at every index which differed from the given index only in possible world coordinate