Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 317 - 320.
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 321 - 337.
In his influential series of lectures on Nietzsche in the 1930s and 1940s, Heidegger claimed that Nietzsche had failed to escape metaphysical thinking and had remained a metaphysician despite his own self-understanding. At the center of Heidegger’s charge is his interpretation of Nietzsche’s doctrine of “the will to power.” The argument in this paper is that… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 338 - 352.
Despite the courageous concept of Western philosophy as causa sui, there is much evidence of a significant exchange of thoughts between Europe and the Orient in the early modern period. In David Hume’s case, the Oriental influence was long ignored, but in recent decades several studies have highlighted significant affinities between Hume’s ideas and those of Buddhism… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 353 - 365.
The paper focuses on the place of struggles, the agones, in classical drama, and how the Socratic dialogue deals with them. The first part returns to Euripides, for whom the agones are an important tool for developing the dramatic plot. The next section deals with the struggle between two brothers in Euripides’ Antiope and relates it to Plato’s Gorgias, in which the… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 366 - 379.
The paper tries to find answers to the problem of current influential dichotomies such as virtual-physical, natural-artificial and, through that, also subjectiveobjective. We will try to show how these boundaries are blurred in the current socio-political situation and point out the problems in defining them using classical concepts. The problem is the contradiction… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 395 - 397.
Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 398 - 400.
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Filozofia, roč. 78 (2023), č. 5, 401 - 403.