Southwest Philosophy Review 37 (1):159-167 (2021)

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Samuel J. M. Kahn
Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis
Abstract
In this paper I intend to raise a problem for so-called Frankfurt examples. I begin by describing the examples and what they are used for. Then I describe the problem.
Keywords Frankfurt  principle of alternate possibilities  Frankfurt example  permissibility  mere permissibility  Frankfurt case
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