May the Sea-Battle Tommorow Not Happen?


  • Bożena Pięta Nicolaus Copernicus University, Faculty of Humanities



Aristotle, future contingents, structure of time


This note provides a review of the book 'On the Sea-Battle Tomorrow That May Not Happen' by Tomasz Jarmużek.


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How to Cite

Pięta, B. (2020). May the Sea-Battle Tommorow Not Happen?. Bulletin of the Section of Logic, 49(1), 97–102.




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