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Qualitative Grounds

@inproceedings{Russell2016QualitativeG,
  title={Qualitative Grounds},
  author={J. S. Russell},
  year={2016}
}
Suppose that all non-qualitative facts are grounded in qualitative facts. I argue that this view naturally comes with a picture in which trans-world identity is indeterminate. But this in turn leads to either pervasive indeterminacy in the non-qualitative, or else contingency in what facts about modality and possible worlds are determinate. 1 Ground and Necessity Shamik Dasgupta argues that we shouldn’t think there are any fundamental facts about particular individuals: these would be… Expand
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