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2020-09-21
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Jan Woleński, Urszula Wybraniec-Skardowska, Andrzej Pietruszczak, Yaroslav Shramko, Andrew Schumann, Piotr Łukowski, Matheus Gabriel Barbosa, Fabien Schang, Vadim Verenich, Jaap Hage, Roman Murawski, Arkady Zakrevsky, Andrea Reichenberger, Marina F. Bykova, Robert W. McGee,

Piotr Łukowski – habilitated doctor of Humanities, since 2020 professor of the Jagiellonian University, head of the Department of Logic at the Institute of Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Jagiellonian University. From 1987 to 2020, he worked at the University of Lodz. He held foreign internships at: Imperial College of London (1993), University of Warwick (Coventry, 1993), Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology JAIST (Hokuriku-Kanazawa, 1995-1997), Université de Nantes (1998, 2000), Ruhr-Universität Bochum (2011), and a course in marketing and logistics in The Hague (1994). He is a member of the Polish Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science. He works in both philosophical and formal logic; he is also interested in communication theory, especially manipulation, persuasion and lying.

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Proof of the Existence of Hell: An Extension of the Stone Paradox

As shown in [24], the paradox of the stone is a failed attempt to show that “omnipotence” is a contradictory concept. An element of the argument presented there is that God, while unable to lift the stone, can nevertheless annihilate it. This work considers the amplification of the paradox of the stone to the form generated by the question: can God create a stone which He will not be able to lift, nor, once created, will He be able to destroy.

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