## Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments | |||

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Simons, Peter Books on Amazon |
Unintended Models | I 315 Unintended models/not intended/interpretation/Simons: arise e.g. when one axioms a modal term non-modally. - analog: if one interprets a mereological term topologically because topologically all quantities exist (closed as open). - Modal/non-modal/(s): non-modal: do then exist necessary as well as non-technical terms equally (indistinguishable). - Solution/Simons: We can embed a non-modal theory in a modal. - Problem: the modalized theory cannot deal then with facts and actual existence. --- I 318 To connect mathematics and world, you need the relations of modal and non-modal truths. |
Si I P. Simons Parts Oxford New York 1987 |

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