Before she goes to sleep Sunday;
When she wakes on Monday;
When she wakes on Tuesday; and
When she wakes on Wednesday?
KeywordsCredence Function Fire Extinguisher Singular Proposition Centered World Singular Thought
Thanks to Adam Elga, Elizabeth Harman, Ishani Maitra, Ted Sider, Robert Stanlaker and Seth Yelcin for comments on an earlier, and mistake-riddled, draft.
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