Tomasz z Akwinu monotonicznie

Filozofia Nauki 20 (2) (2012)

The paper is a critical reaction to Marcin Trepczyński article “Thomas Aquinas Non-Monotonically” (Filozofia Nauki 2/2011). It is shown that the author misunderstood the real forms of Thomas Aquinas reasoning. I present arguments which show why these reasonings are monotonic by analyzing some of the examples which Trepczyński is using to justify the opposite thesis
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