However, this paper proves that it follows from Lewis's possible world semantics
for counterfactuals, in particular his Centring condition, that all nonmodal facts supervene on counterfactuals.
Bryan Frances concentrates on two areas only: Kripke's challenge to the Fregean paradigm (regarding meaning and reference), and his work on the metaphysics of meaning; he also briefly mentions Kripke's theses regarding names and possible world semantics
, and his reading of Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations.
A good illustration of this is the discussion of possible world semantics
and Montague's treatment of intensions in Chapter 10.
In Brandom's story, the overthrow of Quineanism waits on the work of David Lewis whose possible world semantics
yields the modal logic that Quine would not sanction.