19232 | In ordinary language a conditional statement assumes that the antecedent is true [Peirce] |
14279 | Asking 'If p, will q?' when p is uncertain, then first add p hypothetically to your knowledge [Ramsey] |
22432 | Normally conditionals have no truth value; it is the consequent which has a conditional truth value [Quine] |
15722 | Conditionals are pointless if the truth value of the antecedent is known [Quine] |
14282 | On the supposition view, believe if A,B to the extent that A&B is nearly as likely as A [Edgington] |
13854 | Conditionals express what would be the outcome, given some supposition [Edgington] |