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Contents: I. Property attribution and its modes — II. Essentialistic foundations — III. Individuation and the constructive theory of possible individuals — IV. The constitution of possible worlds and the problem of the trans-world identity of individuals — V. The systematization of quantified modal logic — VI. Existence stipulations — VII. Dispositions — VIII. Laws and lawfulness — IX. Contrary-to-fact suppositions and counterfactual conditionals — X. The doctrine of internal relations — XI. A conceptualistic metaphysic of possibilia
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Nicholas Rescher (/ˈrɛʃər/; German: [ˈʀɛʃɐ]; born 15 July 1928) is a German-American philosopher at the University of Pittsburgh.
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