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  1. Paul Weingartner (unknown). Zu welchen philosophischen Fragen führen neuere Forschungsergebnisse der Naturwissenschaft heute? Kriterion 12 (1):3-23.
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  2. Paul Weingartner (forthcoming). Is There Teleological Order in Nature? Is There Teleological Explanation in Science? Epistemologia.
  3. Paul Weingartner (2014). Bibliography. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 273-282.
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  4. Paul Weingartner (2014). Contents. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter.
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  5. Paul Weingartner (2014). List of Definitions. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 283-302.
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  6. Paul Weingartner (2014). List of Names. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 311-314.
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  7. Paul Weingartner (2014). List of Subjects. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 315-322.
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  8. Paul Weingartner (2014). List of Theorems. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 303-310.
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  9. Paul Weingartner (2014). Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter.
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  10. Paul Weingartner (2014). Preface. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter.
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  11. Paul Weingartner (2014). 10. Whether Everything That Happens Comes Under God’s Providence. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 106-117.
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  12. Paul Weingartner (2014). 11. Whether Everything That Comes Under God’s Providence is Known by God. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 118-128.
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  13. Paul Weingartner (2014). 12. Whether Everything That Comes Under God’s Providence is Willed or Permitted by God. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 129-140.
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  14. Paul Weingartner (2014). 13. Whether Everything That Comes Under God’s Providence is Caused by God or by Creatures. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 141-173.
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  15. Paul Weingartner (2014). 14. Whether Everything That Comes Under God’s Providence is Directed to Some Goal or Integrated Into a Network of Goals. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 174-199.
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  16. Paul Weingartner (2014). 16. Whether God’s Providence is Compatible with Evil. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 236-272.
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  17. Paul Weingartner (2014). 15. Whether Nature’s Order and God’s Providence Are Compatible with Free Will. In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 200-235.
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  18. Paul Weingartner (2014). 2. Whether Providence Can Be Attributed to God? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 8-12.
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  19. Paul Weingartner (2014). 3. Whether Providence is Concerned with Creation? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 13-16.
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  20. Paul Weingartner (2014). 9. Whether Providence is Compatible with Both Order and Chance? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 94-105.
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  21. Paul Weingartner (2014). 1. Whether There Can Be Providence at All? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 1-7.
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  22. Paul Weingartner (2014). 4. Whether There is Order in the Change of Things? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 17-30.
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  23. Paul Weingartner (2014). 5. Whether There is Teleological Order in Non-Living Things? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 31-45.
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  24. Paul Weingartner (2014). 6. Whether There is Chance and Randomness in Non-Living Things? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 46-61.
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  25. Paul Weingartner (2014). 7. Whether There is Teleological Order in Living Things? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 62-77.
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  26. Paul Weingartner (2014). 8. Whether There is Chance and Randomness in Living Things? In Nature's Teleological Order and God's Providence: Are They Compatible with Chance, Free Will, and Evil? De Gruyter. 78-93.
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  27. Paul Weingartner (2012). The Premises of Anselm's Argument. In Miroslaw Szatkowski (ed.), Ontological Proofs Today. Ontos Verlag. 50--423.
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  28. Paul Weingartner (2011). God's Existence: Can It Be Proven? A Logical Commentary on the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 3 (1):243 - 248.
    The aim of the book is to show that the ’five ways’ of Thomas Aquinas, i.e., his five arguments to prove the existence of God, are logically correct arguments by the standards of modern predicate logic. In the first chapter this is done by commenting on the two preliminary articles preceding the five ways in which Thomas Aquinas points out that on the one hand the existence of God is not self-evident to us and on the other hand, that, similar (...)
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  29. Paul Weingartner (2011). Matrix-Based Logic for Avoidingparadoxes and its Paraconsistentalternative. Manuscrito 34 (1):365-388.
    The present article shows that there are consistent and decidable manyvalued systems of propositional logic which satisfy two or all the three criteria for non-trivial inconsistent theories by da Costa . The weaker one of these paraconsistent system is also able to avoid a series of paradoxes which come up when classical logic is applied to empirical sciences. These paraconsistent systems are based on a 6-valued system of propositional logic for avoiding difficulties in several domains of empirical science ).
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  30. Paul Weingartner (2011). Presuppositions of Classical Logic. Presuppositions of Classical Physics. Studia Philosophiae Christianae 4:85-102.
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  31. Albert J. J. Anglberger & Paul Weingartner (eds.) (2010). Neuer Atheismus Wissenschaftlich Betrachtet. Ontos.
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  32. Gerhard Schurz & Paul Weingartner (2010). Zwart and Franssen's Impossibility Theorem Holds for Possible-World-Accounts but Not for Consequence-Accounts to Verisimilitude. Synthese 172 (3):415 - 436.
    Zwart and Franssen’s impossibility theorem reveals a conflict between the possible-world-based content-definition and the possible-world-based likeness-definition of verisimilitude. In Sect. 2 we show that the possible-world-based content-definition violates four basic intuitions of Popper’s consequence-based content-account to verisimilitude, and therefore cannot be said to be in the spirit of Popper’s account, although this is the opinion of some prominent authors. In Sect. 3 we argue that in consequence-accounts , content-aspects and likeness-aspects of verisimilitude are not in conflict with each other, but (...)
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  33. Paul Weingartner (2010). An Alternative Propositional Calculus for Application to Empirical Sciences. Studia Logica 95 (1/2):233 - 257.
    The purpose of the paper is to show that by cleaning Classical Logic (CL) from redundancies (irrelevances) and uninformative complexities in the consequence class and from too strong assumptions (of CL) one can avoid most of the paradoxes coming up when CL is applied to empirical sciences including physics. This kind of cleaning of CL has been done successfully by distinguishing two types of theorems of CL by two criteria. One criterion (RC) forbids such theorems in which parts of the (...)
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  34. Paul Weingartner (2010). Basis Logic for Application in Physics and Its Intuitionistic Alternative. Foundations of Physics 40 (9-10):1578-1596.
    This article proposes a basic logic for application in physics dispensing with the Principle of Excluded Middle. It is based on the article “Matrix Based Logics for Application in Physics (RMQ) which appeared 2009. In his article with Stachow on the Principle of Excluded Middle in Quantum Logic (QL), Peter Mittelstaedt showed that for some suitable QLs, including their own, the Principle of Excluded Middle can be added without any harm for QL; where ‘without any harm for QL’ means that (...)
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  35. Paul Weingartner (2009). Matrix-Based Logic for Application in Physics. Review of Symbolic Logic 2 (1):132-163.
    The paper offers a matrix-based logic (relevant matrix quantum physics) for propositions which seems suitable as an underlying logic for empirical sciences and especially for quantum physics. This logic is motivated by two criteria which serve to clean derivations of classical logic from superfluous redundancies and uninformative complexities. It distinguishes those valid derivations (inferences) of classical logic which contain superfluous redundancies and complexities and are in this sense from those which are or in the sense of allowing only the most (...)
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  36. Paul Weingartner (2008). Omniscience: From a Logical Point of View. Ontos.
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  37. Paul Weingartner (2008). The Places of Values in Science. In Evandro Agazzi & Fabio Minazzi (eds.), Science and Ethics: The Axiological Contexts of Science. P.I.E. Peter Lang. 14--141.
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  38. Paul Weingartner (2007). Russell’s Concepts ‘Name’, ‘Existence’ and ‘Unique Object of Reference’ in Light of Modern Physics. Russell 27 (1).
    With his theory of descriptions Russell wanted to solve two problems concerning denotation and reference, which are formulated here as Problem I and Problem II. After presenting each problem, we describe the main points of Russell’s solution. We deal with Russell’s concepts of existence and then elaborate his presuppositions concerning the relation of denoting and referring. Next we discuss the presuppositions or principles which underlie Russell’s understanding of the objects of reference. These principles are such that if the objects of (...)
     
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  39. Paul Weingartner (2006). Are the Laws of Nature Time Reversal Symmetric?: The Arrow of Time, or Better: The Arrow of Directional Processes. In Michael Stöltzner & Friedrich Stadler (eds.), Time and History: Proceedings of the 28. International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium, Kirchberg Am Wechsel, Austria 2005. De Gruyter. 289-300.
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  40. Winfried Löffler & Paul Weingartner (eds.) (2004). Knowledge and Belief: Proceedings of the 26th International Wittgenstein Symposium, 3rd to 9th August 2003, Kirchberg Am Wechsel (Austria). [REVIEW] Öbv & Hpt.
     
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  41. Paul Weingartner (2004). Alternative Logics Do Sciences Need Them?
     
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  42. Paul Weingartner (2002). El fatalismo religioso y el problema del mal. Analogía Filosófica: Revista de Filosofía, Investigación y Difusión 16 (1):65-116.
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  43. Paul Weingartner (2000). Basic Questions on Truth. Kluwer Academic Publishers, C.
    There are basic questions concerning truth that have been perennial throughout the history of philosophy from the Ancient Greeks onwards: Is 'true' a ...
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  44. Paul Weingartner (2000). Sind die physikalischen Gesetze auf unser Universum beschränkt? Philosophia Naturalis 37 (2):303-315.
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  45. Paul Weingartner (1999). Tarski’s Truth Condition Revisited. Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook 6:193-201.
    The paper is divided into the following sections: In the first section a short historical survey is given which presents precursors of both Tarski’s truth-condition and Tarski’s truth definition . Secondly some purported objections against Tarski’s truth condition are stated and two important presuppositions of Tarski’s truth condition are analyzed. Thirdly TTC is enlarged in different ways as to incorporate the preconditions explicitly. Finally in the fourth section it will be shown how the revised T-conditions solve different versions of the (...)
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  46. Gerhard Schurz & Paul Weingartner (1998). Koexistenz Rivalisierender Paradigmen Eine Post-Kuhnsche Bestandesaufnahme Zur Struktur Gegenwärtiger Wissenschaft.
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  47. Paul Weingartner (1998). Are Statistical Laws Genuine Laws? A Concern of Poincaré and Boltzmann. Philosophia Scientiae 3 (2):215-236.
     
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  48. Paul Weingartner (1998). Bochenski: Attempts to Apply Logic to Problems of Religion. Philosophia Scientiae 3 (4):175-198.
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  49. Paul Weingartner (1998). Forgotten and Neglected Solutions of Problems in Philosophical Logic. In Katarzyna Kijania-Placek & Jan Woleński (eds.), The Lvov-Warsaw School and Contemporary Philosophy. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 379--393.
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  50. Paul Weingartner (1998). The Weakness of Logical Equivalence”. Bulletin of the Section of Logic 27:46-49.
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