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Logic in Theology

Logic in Theology


A collection of essays devoted to the peculiarities of theological language and logic. The issues covered include such topics as the logic of miracles, the problem of God’s omniscience, the application of non-classical logics to theology and the relationship between science and theology, viewed from the perspective of logic.

Jan Woleński

Theology and Logic

 

Jerzy Dadaczyński

What Kind of Logic Does Contemporary Theology Need?

 

Antonino Rotolo, Erica Calardo

God's Omniscience: A Formal Analysis in Normal and Non-normal Epistemic Logics

 

Kazimierz Trzęsicki

Problems of Omniscience and Infallibility. A Temporal-Logical Approach

 

Bartosz Brożek, Adam Olszewski

Miracles: A Logical Perspective

 

Damian Wąsek

The Role of Dialectics in Peter Abelard's Concept of Theology

 

Marek Porwolik

Formalizations of the Argument Ex Causa Efficientis Presented by Fr. Bocheński

 

Marie Duží

Ambiguities in Natural Langauge and Ontological Proofs

 

Kim Solin

Mathematics and Religion: on a Remark by Simone Weil

 

Pavel Materna

Science – Logic – Philosophy. An Old Problem Resuscitated

 

Jan D. Szczurek

The Rationality of Theology

 

Mieszko Tałasiewicz

Science as Theology

 

Wojciech P. Grygiel

Physics in the Service of Theology: a Methodological Inquiry

  • Tytuły: Logic in Theology
  • Autor: Bartosz Brożek, Jan Woleński, Adam Olszewski, Wojciech P. Grygiel, Marie Duží, Jerzy Dadaczyński, Mieszko Tałasiewicz, Marek Porwolik, Pavel Materna, Damian Wąsek, Antonino Rotolo, Kim Solin, Jan Szczurek, Kazimierz Trzęsicki
  • ISBN Ebooka: 978-8-3788-6052-5, 9788378860525
  • Data wydania: 2013-08-24
  • Identyfikator pozycji: e_510d
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  • Wydawca: Copernicus Center Press