ResumoIn §1 I explain that my rejection of possible (and impossible) states of affairs as a basis for an account of falsity is not part of a general rejection of modal notions but is a rejection of possible and impossible entities of any sort. I then show that my account of senses and of propositions is indeed a modal account. In §2 I examine some of Wittgenstein’s ideas about falsity, as presented by Luiz Carlos, in relation to my account of falsity and negation. In §3 I discuss the modal aspects of identification for propositions.
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