Strong And Weak Possibility

@article{Turner2005StrongAW,
  title={Strong And Weak Possibility},
  author={Jason Turner},
  journal={Philosophical Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={125},
  pages={191-217}
}
The thesis of existentialism holds that if a proposition p exists and predicates something of an object a, then in any world where a does not exist, p does not exist either. If “possibly, p” entails “in some possible world, the proposition that p exists and is true,” then existentialism is prima facie incompatible with the truth of claims like “possibly, the Eiffel Tower does not exist.” In order to avoid this claim, a distinction between two kinds of world-indexed truth –and two associated… Expand

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