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Towards a Formalization of Thomistic Theodicy: Formalized Attempts to Set Formal Logical Bases to State First Elements of Relations Considered in theBy: Edward Nieznanski (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThe aim of the book is to gauge the possibilities of formalization of the Thomistic Theodicy. The benefits of such formalization attempts may be mutual, both in applied logic and the formalized field. Concerning formal logic on the linguistic improvements in all areas of science, formalization attempts provide useful material that can be applied to develop semiotics of the Thomistic language.
About AuthorEdward Nieznanski studied philosophy and logic in Warsaw. After graduating in 1962, he obtained his PhD in 1969 and was habilitated in 1977. He is head of the Department of Logic at the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski and of the Department of Theory of Law and Deontological Logic at the Lazarski's University in Warsaw. His research focuses on formal logic, history of logic, metalogic, deontological logic, methodology of sciences and formalization of philosophical arguments.
ContentsContents: Logic - Thomistic Theodicy - Applied logic - Formalization - First Elements of Relations.
- publication date: 27/06/2013
- ISBN13: 9783631623398
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 193
- ID: 9783631623398
- weight: 350
- ISBN10: 3631623399
- edition: New edition
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