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Securitology – security of a subject
Securitology – security of a subject

Author(s): Leszek Fryderyk Korzeniowski
Subject(s): Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Security and defense, Penal Policy, Philosophy of Law, Sociology of Law
Published by: Collegium Civitas
Keywords: security; threats; objective state; science on security; practical sciences

Summary/Abstract: Subjective security (security of a subject) is a state of a subject, his potential and abilities of adequate reaction to hazards as well as an issue of protecting a subject from any hazards. The first scientific analyses of security issue have been known for eighty years now, however, formally science on security as an academic subject was registered (in Poland) just in 2011, in a new distinguished area and field of social science. Science is an intentional activity of man aimed at exploring the world we live in. Scientific knowledge is based on searching constant relations between facts (colloquial knowledge restricts to occasional relations).

  • Issue Year: 1/2016
  • Issue No: 23
  • Page Range: 111-120
  • Page Count: 10
  • Language: English