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    Realisms. Temporal and Spatial.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1995 - Logic and Logical Philosophy 3:3-22.
    Conceptual realism acknowledges the existence of abstract objects: theoretical realism acknowledges the existence of non-observable objects; whereas classical realism acknowledges the existence of observable objects. Similarly, temporal realism accepts the existence of future and past events along with present ones, and spatial realism accepts the events which occur there (else-where) as well as those that occur here. We dealt earlier with the three former kinds of realism and their opposites: nominalism, instrumentalism and (ontological) idealism [2]. This paper contains an examination (...)
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    Past, Present and Future in Relativity.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1976 - Studia Logica 35 (1):45 - 53.
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    Past, Present, Future.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1980 - Dialectics and Humanism 7 (1):105-112.
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    Absolute Relational Time.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1979 - Dialectics and Humanism 6 (1):133-136.
  5. Z ontologii czasoprzestrzeni.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1994 - Filozofia Nauki 2.
    The question concerning the ontic nature of space-time points and of space-time itself - is the question: are these objects set-theoretic sets or individuals, i.e. nonsets? Two classifications of the standpoints concerning the nature of these objects are formulated and then they are intersected. In concequence three standpoints appear: mereological substantivalism, set-theoretic substantivalism and set-theoretical relationism; it is showed that mereological relationism is not real. It is proved that set-theoretic standpoints logically imply so called set-theoretic realism which accepts the existence (...)
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    Genidentity.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1981 - Dialectics and Humanism 8 (1):193-202.
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    Section.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1977 - Dialectics and Humanism 4 (4):41-41.
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    Eventism and Pointism.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1993 - Logic and Logical Philosophy 1:157-169.
    The domain of contemporary physics consists of two different classes of objects: a) physical objects — point events (shortly — events), elementary particles (and their aggregates), and fields; b) spatio-temporal objects — space-time points (shortly — points), moments, space points, and their corresponding sets: space-time, time and physical space. If objects of some kind (physical or spatio-temporal) are treated as individuals, i.e. nonsets, then it is possible to define the remaining kinds of objects from both above-mentioned classes. In this way (...)
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  9. Abstrakty a czasoprzestrzeń.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1989 - Studia Filozoficzne 289 (12).
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  10. Ewentyzm a punktyzm.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1993 - Filozofia Nauki 1.
    The domain of contemporary physics consists of two different classes of objects: a) of physical objects - events, particles (and their aggregates) and fields; b) spatio-temporal objects - space-time points, moments, space points and their corresponding sets: space-time, time and space. If objects of some kind (physical or spatio-temporal) are treated as individuals (= nonsets), then it is possible to define (equivalently) all remaining kinds of objects belonging to both classes which were mentioned above. This way we can construct two (...)
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  11. Ewentyzm punktowy.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1990 - Studia Filozoficzne 293 (4).
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  12. Lokalizacja i rozciągłość.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1993 - Filozofia Nauki 4.
    The paper presents an outline of two related space-time notions: the notion of location and the notion of extension. The first notion concerns only physical objects, the second notion referrs also to space-time objects. The approach to both notions is here non-metric of - strictly speaking - topological. The construction is carried out within the ontology of point-eventism. Hence two problems appear immediately: the problem of location of certain sets and the problem of their extension. The reason is that according (...)
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  13. Natura czasoprzestrzeni a istnienie zbiorów.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1995 - Filozofia Nauki 1.
    This paper tries to prove two statements. Firstly, that set-theoretic positions in the controversy on the ontic nature of space-time logically imply set-theoretic realism. Secondly, thatmereological positions in this controversy give set-theoretic nominalism an appearance of verisimilitude.
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  14. Obiekty fizyczne.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1995 - Filozofia Nauki 3.
    The paper presents an analysis of two basic notions of the ontology of physics: the notion of physical entity; and the notion of spatio-temporal entity. The author claims that there are three types of physical as well as spatio-temporal entites: (i) objects; (ii) propertes; and (iii) relations. The philosophical background of the author's considerations is his conception of point-eventism.
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  15. Punkty czasoprzestrzeni.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1996 - Filozofia Nauki 1.
    The author compares and evaluates four characterizations of spatio-temporal points, proposed by various modern ontologies of space-time, namely by set-theoretical substantivism and relationism on one hand, and by mereological substantivism in causal (exemplified by H. Field) or acauasal (exemplified by J. Jadacki) version, on the other hand. It is the question of properties (extension, localisation, causality, and individuality), and contexts (relation to moments or spatial points, and status in the theory of relativity), ascribed to spatio-temporal points in these ontologies. The (...)
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  16. Realizmy: temporalny i spacjalny.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1992 - Przeglad Filozoficzny - Nowa Seria 1 (1):131-147.
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  17. Wspólna podstawa czasu i przestrzeni.Zdzisław Augustynek - 1995 - Filozofia Nauki 4.
    The conceptual framework of the article consists of three basic terms: „quasi-simultaneity”, „co-location” and „genidentity” (with their negations). Within this framework the author formulates and discusses his main thesis: if two events are not genidentical, then they are either spatially or temporally separated. This thesis expresses the fact, that, loosely speaking, time and space have their common basis in difference of things.
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