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Wessel, Horst
 
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Counterfactual Conditionals I 308
Counterfactual Conditionals/Wessel: can always be replaced by conjunctions of real conditionals - Counter-position: leads out of unreal conditional clauses
Bizet/Verdi/Wessel: is due to the ambiguous predicate "compatriots": might both be Japanese - Solution: E.g. "if someone is a compatriot of Bizet's, he is a Frenchman"

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H. Wessel
Logik Berlin 1999


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