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e-book: Podmiot i własności. Analiza podstawowej struktury przedmiotu
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Marek Piwowarczyk
Pages: 350
Format: B5
Year: 2015
Language: Polish

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A list of bibliographical abbreviations

0.1. The problem of the dissertation, the current state of research, possible solutions
0.1.1. The problem
0.1.2. The state of research and possible approaches
0.1.3. Possible positions
0.2. Elements of meta-ontology
0.2.1. Ontology and metaphysics
0.2.2. Ingardenian theory of pure possibilities and ideas
0.2.3. Eidetic intuition and variation
0.2.4. Problems of Ingardenian meta-ontology
0.2.5. Problems peculiar to the cognition of subject-properties structure

Chapter 1: Matter - form - way of existence
1.1. Matter and form
1.1.1. Three basic concepts of matter and form
1.1.2. Relations and formal relationships
1.2. Way of existence
1.2.1. Basic pairs of existential moments
1.2.2. The problem of the difference between inseparability and dependence
1.3. Existential characteristics of objects enduring in time

Chapter 2: Subject-properties structure: fundamental concepts and theses
2.1. Constitutive nature
2.2. Properties
2.3. Constitution and characterization. Traps of abstraction
2.4. Accidentia non sunt entia sed entis
2.5. Subject-properties structure and form of states of affairs
2.6. The problem of uniqueness and structure of constitutive natures
2.7. The criticism of immanent realism

Chapter 3: Subject-properties structure in the context of change
3.1. Changes of subjects of properties
3.1.1. Types of change and types of understanding of change
3.1.2. Classical substantialism and „paradox” of identity in time
3.1.3. Problems with the concept of change as a process of actulization. Modification of the concept of process
3.2. The criticism of prime matter in the context of substantial change
3.2.1. The criticism of prime matter as the ultimate stuff
3.2.2. Prime matter as a subject of substantial change - Mieczysław A. Krąpiec's theory
3.2.3. The concept of prime matter as self-contradictory. A sketch of an alternative solution of the problem of substantial change

Chapter 4: Subject-properties structure in the context of interaction
4.1. The problem of dispositions
4.1.1. Analytic approaches
4.1.2. The Ingardenian approach
4.1.3. The classical approach
4.2. The philosophical concept of force
4.2.1. From the history of the philosophical concept of force
4.2.2. The importance of the concept of law-force for the problem of subject-properties structure: the example of Leibniz
4.3. The Ingardenian concept of constitutive nature and the concept of law-force
4.4. Clarification of the author's position

Conclusion: Two models of subject-properties structure

Appendix 1: Are processes subjects of properties?
Appendix 2: Whole-parts structure and subject-properties structure - a small contribution to a theory of mutual relationships



Index of names

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