Ontological proofs today / Mirosław Szatkowski (ed.).

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Frankfurt : Ontos Verlag, 2012.
Description
520 p. ; 22 cm.

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Series
  • Philosophische Analyse ; Bd. 50. [More in this series]
  • Philosophische Analyse ; Band 50 = Philosophical analysis ; volume 50
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Part I. Introduction -- ch. 1. Guided tour of the book : ontological proofs today / Szatkowski Mirosław -- Part II. Interpretation of old ontological proofs : God's attributes -- ch. 2. Ratio Anselmi / Hiltscher Reinhard -- ch. 3. Two ontological arguments for the existence of an omniscient being / Megill L. Jason -- ch. 4. A modal theistic argument / Megill L. Jason and Reagor Amy -- ch. 5. A debate on God : Anselm, Aquinas and Scotus / Tkaczyk Marcin -- ch. 6. Three versions of the ontological argument / Van Inwagen Peter -- Part III. New ontological proofs -- ch. 7. More modest ontological argument / Gale M. Richard-- ch. 8. A new modal version of the ontological argument / Lowe E.J. -- ch. 9. A cosmo-ontological argument for the existence of a first cause- perhaps God / Meixner Uwe -- ch. 10. A Godelian ontological argument improved ever more / Pruss R. Alexander -- Part IV. Semantics for ontological proofs -- ch. 11. Logic of existence, ontological frames, Leibniz;s and Godel's ontological proofs / Galvan Sergio -- ch. 12. Fully free semantics for Anderson-like ontological proofs / Szatkowski Mirosław -- Part V. Ontological proofs and kinds of necessity -- ch. 13. Conceptual modality and ontological argument / Anderson C. Anthony -- ch. 14. Does the kind of necessity which is represented by S5 capture a theologically defensible notion ofa necessary being? / Gerogiorgakis Stamatios -- ch. 15. Modal collapse in Godel's ontological proof / Kovac Srecko -- ch. 16. What kind of necessary being could God be? / Swinburne Richard -- Part VI. Ontological proofs and formal ontology -- ch. 17. On Grim's cantorian anti-ontological argument / Maydole E. Robert -- ch. 18. Concepts of proof and formalized arguments ex gradibus perfectionis / Nieznanski Edward -- ch. 19. Onto/Logical melioration / Perzanowski Jerzy -- ch. 20. Doomed to fail : the sad epistemological fate of ontological arguments / Turri John -- ch. 21. The premises of Anselm's argument / Weingartner Paul -- Part VII. Debate Maydole-Oppy -- ch. 22. Maydole on ontological arguments / Oppy Graham -- ch. 23. Ontological arguments redux / Maydole E. Robert -- ch. 24. Response to Maydole / Oppy Graham -- ch. 25. Reply to Oppy's respons to "Ontological Redux" / Maydole E. Robert.
ISBN
9783868381818 (hd.bd.)
OCLC
824728821
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H - S
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