A possible world is not necessarily enough, or, A play for a cat
Source document: Studia philosophica. 2011, vol. 58, iss. 1, pp. -199
ISSN1803-7445 (print)2336-453X (online)
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The hero of this play – Arthur – introduces to the audience and readers several different worlds that share the fact that they are all possible worlds. The theory of possible worlds is the major theoretical background of the play. The plot is based on the idea that one and the same individual can appear in several possible worlds in a more or less different form. If one finds a way of traveling among the worlds – at least fictionally on the stage – which is accomplished by the Cat, the Schrödinger' Cat, Arthur can set off for a journey to meet himself or possibly even God.
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