Lewis's generalization

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Lewis's generalization is an analysis of the non-monotonic semantics of definite descriptions. It was proposed, as an aside, by David Lewis in Counterfactuals (1973): a sort of corollary to possible world semantics. Philippe Schlenker revived the analysis, dubbing it "Lewis's generalization" in 2003.[1]

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  1. ^ Schlenker (2003): 417


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