The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2021)

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Antonella Mallozzi
Providence College
Anand Vaidya
San Jose State University
Michael Wallner
University of Graz
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Keywords metaphysical necessity  modal knowledge  conceivability and possibility  counterfactual knowledge  essence and essentialism  possible worlds  a priori knowledge  intuition  modal empiricism  natural kinds
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