I just hate sitting and writing - I had to do that in school. Plus, I have terrible handwriting.— Saul Kripke
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Any necessary truth, whether a priori or a posteriori, could not have turned out otherwise.
Certainly the philosopher of 'possible worlds' must take care that his technical apparatus not push him to ask questions whose meaningfulness is not supported by our original intuitions of possibility that gave the apparatus its point.
I am somewhat uncertain whether there is a definite factual question as to whether natural language handles truth-value gaps. Nor am I even quite sure that there is a definite question of fact as to whether natural language should be evaluated by the minimal fixed point or another, given the choice of a scheme for handling gaps. We are not at the moment searching for the correct scheme.
For a sensation to be felt as pain is for it to be pain.
I wish I could have skipped college.
Proper names are rigid designators.
In fact, of course, I hold that propositions that contemporary philosophers would properly count as 'empirical' can be necessary and be known to be such.
It really is a nice theory. The only defect I think it has is probably common to all philosophical theories. It's wrong.