1: Introduction 2: The Problem of Evaluating Counterfactuals 3: Counterfactual Chances 4: A Puzzle About Counterfactuals 5: Restriction and Modification 6: Counterfactuals and Arbitrariness 7: Applications 8: Triviality 9: Concluding Remarks
Moritz Schulz studied Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Hamburg before completing a BPhil at Oxford University. Shultz received his PhD from the Humboldt University of Berlin in 2011. Since then, he completed a post-doc at the University of Barcelona and acted as an assistant at the University of Tubingen before taking up his current role as junior professor at the University of Hamburg.
This is an exciting investigation of the semantics of counterfactuals that I highly recommend to both experts and people who want to catch up with recent results in the literature. It addresses both epistemic and metaphysical aspects of counterfactuals, and develops a novel refinement of the standard semantics. ... a well written and original study that merits reading from various perspectives. * Holger Andreas, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews *