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Human Affairs


Issue no.2 /1998


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Slovenská Akadémia Vied - Kabinet výskumu sociálnej a biologickej komunikácie

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 Articles 
    
A View of Rationality at the End of the Modern Age    
On the Corpus of Literary Works    
An Essay on the Modernism of Octavio Paz    
Some Remarks on Questions of Teaching of History in the Present Times    
On the Development and Character of Slovak Philosophy I. (From early times to the nineteenth century)    
Translated Title: On the Development and Character of Slovak Philosophy I. (From early times to the nineteenth century)
Publication: Human Affairs (2/1998)
Author Name: Višňovský, Emil; Dupkala, Rudolf;
Language: English
Subject: Philosophy
Issue: 2/1998
Page Range: 147-160
No. of Pages: 14
File size: 152 KB
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Summary: An overview of the main features of the development and the character of Slovak philosophy from early times to the nineteenth century is provided. The authors stress the European and Christian cultural context of Slovak philosophical thought. The development of culture in the territory of what is today Slovakia gives safe evidence of the tradition of philosophy existing there. Slovak philosophers have always had knowledge of and scholarship in Western philosophy which they not only accepted but also interpreted in their own way and used for their own purposes.
Is Linguistic Legislation Acceptable?    
The European Character of the Slovak Regional and Local Press (Part Two)    
The Phenomenon of Poverty in the Slovak Countryside