1Z wrote:

>Jesse Mazer wrote:
> > But "natural laws" are usually taken to be contingent, we can imagine
> > possible worlds where they are different--can you have "supervenience" 
> > logical laws, or any other laws which must be the same in all possible
> > worlds?
>natural laws ae the same in all naturally possible worlds.

True, but when philosophers talk about "possible worlds" they are almost 
always using a broader notion than possibility under the laws of 
physics--any world that does not contain a logical or mathematical 
impossibility, or any other type of incoherence in its description, is 
viewed as a possible world.


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