Part of the Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science book series (BSPS, volume 43)
Two-Dimensional Propositional Tense Logics
Consider the following tensed sentences:
John will win
John did win (won)
John has been winning (all the time)
Since John won he did not write to Mary.
KeywordsInduction Hypothesis Truth Table Logical System Kripke Model Tense Model
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