Soft reduction of modality is sketched. It is a metaphysical position according to which modal facts are just as real and objective as temporal facts. Various kinds of possibility are distinguished. Some theories of how ‘that’-clauses designate propositions are discussed and rejected. A Russellian alternative is proposed.
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