Philosophy and Phenomenological Research

Volume 88, Issue 3, May 2014

Timothy Williamson
Pages 744-764

Replies to Bricker, Divers, and Sullivan

The thoughtful and probing comments by Phillip Bricker, John Divers, and Meghan Sullivan on Modal Logic as Metaphysics raise a number of interlocking issues, both detailed ones about the reladon of my arguments to David Lewis's modal reahsm and more general ones about methodology in metaphysics. I will respond to each author separately, mentioning interconnections as they arise, and expanding some points made very briefly in the book.