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    O platońskich ideach.Bogdan Dembiński - 2016 - Zagadnienia Filozoficzne W Nauce 60:83-98.
    This paper is an attempt to clarify the ontological status of Platonic ideas. My considerations are based on the example of mathematical ideas and their relation to the subjects of mathematics and phenomena, since such modes of existence are distinguished in the philosophy of Plato.
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    Platonian Philosophy of Mathematics.Bogdan Dembiński - 2008 - Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 2:51-59.
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    Relacja Jedno–wiele jako filozoficzny fundament metafizyki Proklosa.Bogdan Dembiński - 2008 - Roczniki Filozoficzne 56 (2):33-42.
    The analysis inherent in this text is basic for the construction of Proclus’s system, namely the problem of the relation: the One/Multiplicity. This question is central and constitutes the most meaningful systems of Greek philosophy. The relation: the One/Multiplicity is the starting point in constructing metaphysical systems, it makes that all that is its consequence must have and has a relational nature. This eliminates thinking about the world in terms of isolated, autonomic, and unrelated objects. The considerations in question have (...)
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    Streit um die "Zweiweltentheorie" in der Philosophie von Plato.Bogdan Dembiński - 2007 - The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 10:67-72.
    In this article I analyze a traditional interpretation of Platonic philosophy, which assumes a "theory of two worlds." I try to prove that it is difficult to accept such an interpretation. If one can say that the on tic status of ideas differs from the ontic status of undefined matter (the phenomenon is always for Plato a relation, a compositum, of idea and undefined matter), one nevertheless cannot say that accepting this necessarily results in accepting two independently existing worlds. For (...)
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    Streit Um Die.Bogdan Dembiński - 2007 - The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 10:67-72.
    In this article I analyze a traditional interpretation of Platonic philosophy, which assumes a "theory of two worlds." I try to prove that it is difficult to accept such an interpretation. If one can say that the on tic status of ideas differs from the ontic status of undefined matter, one nevertheless cannot say that accepting this necessarily results in accepting two independently existing worlds. For then what would phenomena be, if they lacked the ideas that are the source of (...)
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    The Theory of Ideas and Plato’s Philosophy of Mathematics.Bogdan Dembiński - 2019 - Philosophical Problems in Science 66:95-108.
    In this article I analyze the issue of many levels of reality that are studied by natural sciences. Particularly interesting is the level of mathematics and the question of the relationship between mathematics and the structure of the real world. The mathematical nature of the world has been considered since ancient times and is the subject of ongoing research for philosophers of science to this day. One of the viewpoints in this field is mathematical Platonism. In contemporary philosophy it is (...)
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