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    Kłopoty z Davidsonem czyli \"O pojęciu schematu pojęciowego\" inaczej.Roman Piotr Godlewski - 2008 - Filo-Sofija 8 (1(8)):207-223.
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    Predykaty obiektywne.Roman Piotr Godlewski - 2009 - Filo-Sofija 9 (9):173-182.
    OBJECTIVE PREDICATION The author claims that there are two kinds of predicates that are used to describe cognitive states of mind like beliefs or perception. Using some of them, one can describe the cognitive states of mind directly, whereas using some others, one can describe these states in comparison with one’s own. For example, one can say that a person has a belief or one can say that that person’s belief is according to his own beliefs. In the latter situation, (...)
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  3. Zagadnienie istnienia świata.Roman Piotr Godlewski - 2005 - Filozofia Nauki 4.
    Let us ask: do the objects we think that exist, really exist? Davidson concludes, from rejection of dualism of content and conceptual scheme, that most of them really exist (coherentialism). Unfortunately, his reasoning is wrong, because though the rejection makes it impossible to doubt our knowledge as a whole, it is still possible to doubt all its elements one after another. The two main points of Davidson's theory are the following: (1) disquotationism (semantic terms are used only to speak about (...)
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  4. Znaczenie logiczne a psychologiczne czyli Davidson vs Kuhn (rozprawa z zakresu filozofii analitycznej).Roman Piotr Godlewski - 2005 - Filozofia Nauki 2.
    The objection raised by Davidson against Kuhn in article "On the Very Idea of Conceptual Scheme" that the argument presented in "The Structure of Scientific Revolution" was inconsistent is incorrect. Kuhn's conception belongs to psychology and sociology and his work could be titled "An Outline of Psychology and Sociology of Scientific Research". Consequently he is interested only and only in psychologi-cal reasons that affect scientists' theoretical decisions. E.g. his considerations concerning neutral observational language are polemous against thesis that language like (...)
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