К вопросу о философских основаниях семантики возможных миров
In this paper I briefly consider the following questions: 1) the actual ontology of states of affairs as it is given in Plantinga’s semantics; 2) the problem of transworld identity; 3) the redundancy of the concept of «object» as A. Plantinga postulates it. A philosophical analysis of this concept, as well as the concepts of «I» and of «actual world» within the framework of «states of affairs semantics» is provided.
In the present paper we continue our analysis of some problems related to different ontologies. We focus on possible worlds semantics (PWS) as a framework for analyzing basic theological questions as they are put by contemporary analytic theologians (e.g. A. Plantinga). The article upholds some ideas that are key for successful research in the field of contemporary analytic theology, namely: 1) the need to clarify the ontology before investigating its particalar issues; 2) the importance of distinguishing between modalities de dicto and de re; 3) recognition of untranslatability between different ontologies as a starting point of contemporary research for "scholastic" questions.