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2019 | 47 | 2 | 59 - 69

Article title

Teoria autorytetu

Title variants

EN
THEORY OF AUTHORITY

Languages of publication

PL

Abstracts

EN
This study into the notion of authority have been inspired by Józef Maria Bocheński's treatise Co to jest autorytet? (What is Authority?). The elementary expression adopted here is: “x is subordinate to the authority y in the field a” – symbolically: xεsaut(y,a). Our basis is an elementary ontology enriched with these specific axioms: xεsaut(y,a) saut(x,a) saut(y,a) xεsaut(y,a) ~y saut(x,a) xεsaut(y,a) yεy saut(x,a)Osaut(y,a) xOy which are an interpretation of Frege's predication scheme. Functor Aya, which appears in the context xεAya read as “x is an authority for y in the field a”, is introduced by definition. The functor's special cases Ai and Ae appear in contexts xεAiya and xεAeya, which are respectively read as: “x is an authority only for y in the field a” and “x is an authority not only for y in the field a”. Moreover, the functor aut is introduced by definition, where the elementary sentence containing it – xεaut(y,a) – is read as “x is an authority for y in the field a”.

Year

Volume

47

Issue

2

Pages

59 - 69

Physical description

Contributors

  • Uniwersytet Rolniczy, Wydział Leśny, ul. 29 Listopada 46, 31-425 Kraków, Poland

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Publication order reference

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