Nested supervaluations for future indefinite contingent vagueness.


A.L. Blinov


It seem s that som e English sentences naturally invite irreducibly m ultiple application o f the m ethod o f supervaluations. m achinery and ideology o f Game-Theoretical Semantics (GTS)' to investigate this phenom enon and trace som e o f its implications, both on the logical and linguistic sides.






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