For asserting now seems to be something that either you do or you do not, and anyone saying a#39;England will win if it rainsa#39; has asserted ... But, by performing the actual act of asserting a#39;If it rains, England will wina#39; we enter into a commitment which is only conditional. ... If, however, when you say that two propositions, p and q, are contradictories you mean that they cannot both be true and cannot both beanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on metaphysics and the theory of knowledge|