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Logic in Theology by Bartosz Brozek

This collection of essays - written by philosophers, logicians, and theologians - is devoted to the problem of the utilization of logic in theological discourse. Viewed from the perspective of 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 relationships between science and theology.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788378860068
Publisher: Copernicus Center Press
Publication date: 03/04/2013
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

Theology and Logic Jan Wolenski 11

What Kind of Logic Does Contemporary Theology Need? Jerzy Dadaczynski 39

God's Omniscience: A Formal Analysis in Normal and Non-normal Epistemic Logics Antonino Rotolo Erica Calardo 61

Problems of Omniscience and Infallibility. A Temporal-Logical Approach Kazimierz Trzesicki 89

Miracles: A Logical Perspective Bartosz Brozek Adam Olszewski 123

The Role of Dialectics in Peter Abelard's Concept of Theology Damian Wasek 139

Formalizations of the Argument Ex Causa Efficientis Presented by Fr. Bochenski Marek Porwolik 159

Ambiguities in Natural Langauge and Ontological Proofs Marie Duzí 179

Mathematics and Religion: On a Remark by Simone Weil Kim Solin 219

Science - Logic - Philosophy. An Old Problem Resuscitated Pavel Materna 237

The Rationality of Theology Jan D. Szczurek 261

Science as Theology Mieszko Talasiewicz 277

Physics in the Service of Theology: A Methodological Inquiry Wojciech P. Grygiel 293

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