Comment on “Black Hole Entropy: A Closer Look”

@article{Pessoa2020CommentO,
  title={Comment on “Black Hole Entropy: A Closer Look”},
  author={Pedro Pessoa and Bruno Arderucio Costa},
  journal={Entropy},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
In a recent paper (Entropy 2020, 22(1), 17), Tsallis states that entropy—as in Shannon or Kullback–Leiber’s definitions—is inadequate to interpret black hole entropy and suggests that a new non-additive functional should take the role of entropy. Here we counterargue by explaining the important distinction between the properties of extensivity and additivity; the latter is fundamental for entropy, while the former is a property of particular thermodynamical systems that is not expected for… 
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