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In this exhaustive study of Russell on modality and relevance, the author imputes seven S5 logics to Russell and shows that Russell states the key to his modal theory in at least nine works over a period of at least 36 years. He then explains five modal 'howlers' which Russell has been accused of, as based on misunderstandings.
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