Vlastimil Vohánka Palacky University, University of Ostrava
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  • Faculty, Palacky University
  • Faculty, University of Ostrava
  • PhD, Palacky University, 2012.

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Interested mainly in applied ethical intuitionism and in probabilistic philosophy of religion.
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    Vlastimil Vohánka (2015). Necessary Laws? Seifert Vs. Oderberg. Studia Neoaristotelica 12 (1):5-56.
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    Vlastimil Vohánka (2014). Are Standard Lawlike Propositions Metaphysically Necessary? Hildebrand Vs. Groarke. Studia Neoaristotelica 11 (1):89-133.
    I discuss Dietrich von Hildebrand, a realist phenomenologist, and Louis Groarke, an Aristotelian. They are close in epistemology and modal metaphysics, but divided about the metaphysical necessity of standard lawlike propositions – i.e., standard natural laws and standard truths about natural kinds. I extract and undermine the reasons of both authors. Hildebrand claims that no standard lawlike proposition is metaphysically necessary, since none is in principle knowable solely by considering essences. I undermine this when I argue that the explanation of (...)
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    Vlastimil Vohánka (2013). Why Peter van Inwagen Does Not Help in Showing the Logical Possibility of the Trinity. Studia Neoaristotelica 10 (2):196-214.
    I conceive the Trinity doctrine as the proposition that there are three persons each of whom is God but just one being which is God. In two papers by Peter van Inwagen I distinguish three potential candidates for a reason that the Trinity doctrine is logically possible. First, a particular conjunction entailing the Trinity doctrine is formally consistent in relative identity logic. Second, the conjunction is formally consistent in the standard logic. Third, the conjunction shares a form in relative identity (...)
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    Vlastimil Vohánka (2009). Mezinárodní konference Formální metody v epistemologii náboženství (Formal Methods in the Epistemology of Religion). Studia Neoaristotelica 6 (2):308-311.
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    Vlastimil Vohánka (2009). Plantinga a princip slábnoucí pravděpodobnosti. Studia Neoaristotelica 6 (1):50-78.
    De Plantingae circa “principium decrescentis probabilitatis” doctrinaAlvin Plantinga criticam rationum historicarum pro fidei Christianae medullam proposuit, quae calculo probabilitatis innititur. Principium, super quod critica eius fundatur, est, probabilitatem argumenti vel conciunctionis propositionum in proportione ad eius complexitatem decrescere: quo quidem magis complexum sit argumentum, eo improbabilior. Dissertatio nostra elementa epistomologicae doctrinae Plantingae atque “calculi probabilitatis” exponit, indicando quoque partem eius in epistemologia hodierna. Deinde notio “boni argumenti” introducitur et explicatur, quomodo et cur secundum Plantingam nullum datur argumentum bonum pro fide (...)
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