Actualism and Possible Worlds
Plantinga (Alvin)
Source: Loux - Metaphysics - Contemporary Readings
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    I argue that the canonical conception of possible worlds is defective in that it implies that there are things that don't exist; I suggest an alternative conception that does not suffer from that defect.

Comment:

Also in "Loux (Michael), Ed. - The Possible and the Actual: Readings in the Metaphysics of Modality".

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