За пределами «золотого треугольника»: логико-философские основания 2-дименсионализма
The paper deals with the so-called “golden triangle” of constitutive connections between meaning, reason, and modality. This classical triangle has been critically reassessed in contemporary analytical philosophy, but some forms of it still seem to be indispensible in studies of consciousness and AI. A lot of to-date anti-reductionist arguments are based on subtle nuances of relationships between the concepts of necessity and analyticity and a priori knowledge (e.g. “zombie” argument). The most effective tool for the study of these issues is the two-dimensional approach, developed by D. Chalmers and some other researchers. Author’s main concern is to analyze the basic concepts and methodological principles of two-dimensionalism in order to identify its vulnerable points and outline the limits of its applicability.