Imagining Possibilities

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This paper argues that the imaginability of propositions
of a certain kind under certain special circumstances
implies their possibility. It then attempts to use that
conclusion is doing some modal epistemology. In particular,
the paper argues that the conclusion justifies some
ascriptions of possibility and that it promises to justify
some ascriptions of impossibility.

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  • epistemology
  • imagination
  • modal
  • possibility
  • proposition

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  • Dominic Gregory

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