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Single Idea 17286

[catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / B. Logical Consequence / 1. Logical Consequence]

Full Idea

Under the possible worlds semantics for logical consequence, each sentence of a language is associated with a truth-set of possible worlds in which it is true, and then something is a consequence if one of these worlds verifies it.

Gist of Idea

Logical consequence is verification by a possible world within a truth-set


Kit Fine (Guide to Ground [2012], 1.10)

Book Reference

'Metaphysical Grounding', ed/tr. Correia,F/Schnieder,B [CUP 2012], p.71

A Reaction

[compressed, and translated into English; see Fine for more symbolic version; I'm more at home in English]