Guises, identity and nonexistent objects (in Polish)

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Maciej Sendłak

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The article outlines the main motivations for the Guise Theory and its intriguing theses concerning identity, predication, existence, and fiction. The second part of the article is devoted to an assessment of Castañeda’s theory. It discusses the most influential critiques of the Guise Theory, as well as Russell’s objection (important from a historical point of view) to theories of nonexistent objects. The last section of the article contains a comparison of the Guise Theory with the Meinong’s Theory of Objects, and points out that despite various similarities, we should draw a distinction between original and moderate versions of Meinong’s theory. The main motivation for this distinction are differences between accounts of predications, which allow us to call the Guise Theory “quasi-Meinongian” rather than just “Meinongian”. This is because one of its main claims is taken from the work of Meinong’s pupil Ernst Mally, and not from Meinong himself.

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Sendłak, Maciej. 2012. “Guises, Identity and Nonexistent Objects (in Polish)”. Diametros, no. 31 (March):56-87. https://doi.org/10.13153/diam.31.2012.463.
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Maciej Sendłak, University of Szczecin

Maciej Sendłak, MA Department of Philosophy University of Szczecin ul. Krakowska 71/ 79 71-004 Szczecin Poland maciej.sendlak@gmail.com
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