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Conceivability, Plural Quantification, and Haecceitism

By Khudairi, Hasen

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Title: Conceivability, Plural Quantification, and Haecceitism  
Author: Khudairi, Hasen
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy
Collections: Authors Community, Philosophy
Historic
Publication Date:
2018
Publisher: Gutenberg
Member Page: Hasen Khudairi

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This essay aims to redress the contention that epistemic possibility cannot be a guide to the principles of modal metaphysics. I argue that the interaction between the multi-dimensional intensional framework and intensional plural quantification enables epistemic possibilities to target the haecceitistic properties of individuals. I outline the elements of plural logic, and I specify, then, a multi-dimensional intensional formula encoding the relation between the epistemic possibility of haecceity comprehension and its metaphysical possibility. I examine the Julius Caesar problem as a test case. I conclude by addressing objections from the indeterminacy of ontological principles relative to the space of epistemic possibilities, and from the consistency of epistemic modal space.

 

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