Volume 16 · Number 1 · Pages 096–100
Author’s Response: Counterfactuals: Multiple Realities or an Observable World?

Andrey S. Druzhinin

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Abstract: I reformulate and elaborate on important claims relevantly put for debate by the commentators, i.e., (a) counterfactuals are a form of observable experience rather than a plurality of inaccessible worlds; (b) experience cannot be observed in descriptions, but can be observed in films; (c) counterfactuals are a syntactic unity, or a synthesis, of relationally changing attentional objects.

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Druzhinin A. S. (2020) Author’s response: Counterfactuals: Multiple realities or an observable world? Constructivist Foundations 16(1): 096–100. https://constructivist.info/16/1/096

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