Indicative Conditionals Lack Truth Values
Defence of Adams's thesis that indicative conditionals with false antecedents lack truth values. Comparison of this with the analogous thesis about moral judgements; discussion of the difference between expressing and asserting in the context of Gricean ideas about meaning.
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