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Tytuł książki:

Goedels Ontological Argument. History, Modifications and Controversies

Autor książki:

Kordula Świętorzecka

Dane szczegółowe:
Wydawca: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Semper
Rok wyd.: 2015
Oprawa: miękka
Ilość stron: 246 s.
Wymiar: 140x220 mm
EAN: 9788375071894
ISBN: 978-83-7507-189-4
Data: 2016-02-10
pozycja dostępna Wyślemy w czasie: 7 dni

Opis książki:

This book, devoted to Gödel’s famous ontological argument for the existence of God, contains six contributions which present Gödel’s approach in very different contexts, using different methods and driven by different motives. These include a guided tour through the jungle of published literature following Gödel’s manuscript 1970; some critical analysis of epistemological value of the argument as an inspiration for developing logically grounded theological theories; an application of a net of traditional philosophical concepts to the ontological argument; an investigation showing that it is possible to obtain a “slingshot” effect in Gödel’s theory of positiveness in the presence of the theorem of the necessary existence of God; an analysis relating the ontological argument to Gödel’s view that causality is the fundamental concept in philosophy, as well as an analysis of objections to Gödel’s argument and references to documentation from a blog run by Die Zeit.

The book provides the reader an opportunity to obtain wieder philosophical insight into Gödel’s ontological argument, both in historical terms and concerning possible new interpretations.

Książka "Goedels Ontological Argument. History, Modifications and Controversies" - Kordula Świętorzecka (red.) - oprawa miękka - Wydawnictwo Naukowe Semper. Książka posiada 246 stron i została wydana w 2015 r. Cena 40.95 zł. Zapraszamy na zakupy!

Spis treści:


Chapter 1
Gödel’s ‘Ontologischer Beweis’. Remarks on Its Philosophical Background and Variations
(Kordula Świętorzecka)

Chapter 2
From Ontological Proof to Theological Theories
(Johannes Czermak)

Chapter 3
Gödel’s summum bonum versus Leibniz’s ratio sufficiens
(Edward Nieznański)

Chapter 4
Gödel’s “Slingshot” Argument and His Onto-Theological System
(Srećko Kovač, Kordula Świętorzecka)

Chapter 5
Causal Interpretation of Gödel’s Ontological Proof
(Srećko Kovač)

Chapter 6
Blogging Gödel: His Ontological Argument in the Public Eye
(André Fuhrmann)