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(Original title: Truth, Theft and Gift: Thoughts on Alētheia)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 351 - 364.
Abstract
In discussing truth in Being and Time Heidegger speaks of this as always involving a robbery (ein Raub). This is a revealing word but not noted by commentators. Is it an incidental metaphor not to be taken too seriously? Or does it help us focus on something of the informing orientation to being and truth marking the Heidegger of Being and Time? This reflection… Read more
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(Original title: Body, Illness and Symbol in Ernst Cassirer)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 365 - 379.
Abstract
The aim of this paper is to study Cassirer’s philosophy of the body, and some of its foundations developed in the report entitled “Pathology of Symbolic Consciousness.” It details how patients with cerebral aphasia and apraxia are characterized by a loss of symbolization abilities in the performance of operational tasks, as well as in their linguistic performance,… Read more
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(Original title: Living in Harmony with the Cosmos: A Comparative Study between Confucianism and John Dewey)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 380 - 394.
Abstract
The concept of living in harmony with the cosmos is difficult to grasp and has become misunderstood and misinterpreted in the Western tradition. However, it offers fruitful contributions to contemporary discourse by establishing a dialogue with Dewey’s notion of aesthetic experience. For Dewey, as for Confucius, the world does not have an established order but must… Read more
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(Original title: On the Two Conceptions of the Lawgiver in the Cratylus)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 395 - 410.
Abstract
Ιn this paper, I compare the two conceptions of the “lawgiver” in the Platonic dialogue Cratylus. I present both the idea that words constitute imitations of things (resemblance naturalism) and the claim that names are tools which “separate” and “teach” being (the tool analogy). Then I examine the respective figures of the lawgiver (nomothetes) appearing in each of… Read more
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(Original title: Philosophy of Academic Ethics and the Common Good)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 411 - 425.
Abstract
In the introduction, the author deals with the current state of the academic profession and the existing forms of academic ethics, based on which he defines a broad and narrow sense of academic ethics. Subsequently, he focuses on the narrow sense, i.e., the professional ethics of academics. He formulates a philosophy of academic ethics embodied in the ethics of… Read more
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(Original title: The Philosophy of Linguistics: Its Theoretical Groundings and Examples in Practice)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 426 - 441.
Abstract
The philosophy of language is a field that covers all kinds of philosophical reflections on language since Antiquity. In addition to the philosophy of language, there is a much newer branch of philosophy called “philosophy of linguistics.” Just like the philosophy of history, philosophy of biology, etc., the philosophy of linguistics focuses on the structure of… Read more
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(Original title: In What Sense Can Art Be Ecological? Art as an Event Flash of Nature According to Henri Maldiney)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 442 - 456.
Abstract
Art or at least what is called “eco art” or “environmental art” knows numerous ways in which to respond to environmental issues and become ecological. This article is not an analysis of art history, which would map the various tendencies or themes within eco art, but a philosophical study attempting to describe the most profound sense in which art literally is nature… Read more
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Book Reviews

(Original title: Christoph Demmerling – Dirk Schröder (eds.): Concepts in Thought, Action, and Emotion: New Essays)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 457 - 460.
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(Original title: Zdeněk Kratochvíl: Alternativy (dějin) filosofie)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 461 - 464.
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Scientific Events

(Original title: Upcoming International Conference: Heidegger, Daoism, and Intercultural Thinking Today)
Filozofia, vol. 79 (2024), No 4, 466 - 467.
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