Towards a Formalization of Thomistic Theodicy: Formalized Attempts to Set Formal Logical Bases to State First Elements of Relations Considered in the Thomistic Theodicy by Edward Nieznanski (Hardback, 2013)
The aim of the book is to gauge the possibilities of formalization of the Thomistic Theodicy. The benefits of such formalization attempts may be mutual: The limits of formal logic in natural languages have not yet been sufficiently analyzed and formalization provides useful insights to develop semiotics of the Thomistic language.
Edward 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.
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Date of Publication
European Studies in Theology, Philosophy and History of Religions