I examine the approach to vagueness which attempts to combine a ‘three-valued’ analysis—in which some things are determinately true, other things are determinately false, and a third category are neither, and which seeks to model this in terms of a collection of different two-valued evaluations. This approach to vagueness is supervaluationism. I explain it, and then explore some of its tensions.

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