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Edgington, Dorothy, , . On Conditionals
1995, Mind 104(414): 235-329.
Added by: Emily Paul, Contributed by: Helen De Cruz

Summary: Examines the theory of conditionals and whether it’s possible to have a unified theory of them.

Comment: Great core text as there are many important discussion points here, and Edginton uses lots of helpful examples. Could set students the task of coming up with their own conditionals, and analysing these in the would/will sense. This definitely requires a background in beginner's logic.

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