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Stanisław Brzozowski wobec myśli filozoficznej romantyzmu polskiego
Stanisław Brzozowski and philosophical idea of polish romanticism

Author(s): Tomasz Tadeusz Brzozowski
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego
Keywords: Stanisław Brzozowski; polish romanticism; Brzozowski;

Summary/Abstract: Stanisław Brzozowski was under the influence of Romanticism in the area of philosophy and ethics as he says. He managed to cover a lot of topics in letters and theories. In this way deed philosophy and then work philosophy appeared. Although Brzozowski was a discursively receptive and changeable person. His „Legenda Młodej Polski” includes the intense analysis and widespread criticism of Polish Romanticism but the idea of romanticism was valued more than German philosophy. The attitude towards Polish Romanticism was used to change from the great period of fundamental changes in national movement to magical feelings. Having your head in the clouds at the same time. He was a great believer in a human being that acts through creative work. The effect of this not subjected world was the result of efforts, work and was equally basic to change the world. Work enabled the adequate recognition of himself and others.

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 23
  • Page Range: 3-23
  • Page Count: 21
  • Language: Polish