Necessity and Color Incompatibility
A traditional view is that all necessary truths are analytic. A frequent objection is that certain claims of color incompatibility – e.g., 'Nothing is both red and green all over' – are necessarily true but not analytic. I argue that this objection to the traditional view fails because such color incompatibility claims are either analytic or contingent.
Kierland, Brian. (2011). "Necessity and Color Incompatibility". Disputatio, 4(31), 235-237.
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