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Routledge Philosophy Guidebook To Kant On Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason - 2839968318

129,99 zł

Routledge Philosophy Guidebook To Kant On Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>Philosophy>History of Western philosophy>c 1600 to c 1900Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie&...

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Kant's Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason - 2841703020

499,99 zł

Kant's Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Society & culture: general>Cultural studies>History of ideasKsiążki Obcojęzyc...

A Rigorous And Comprehensive Commentary, Showing How The Religion Develops Key Themes In Kant's Mature Philosophy.

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Kant: Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason - 2841485722

144,99 zł

Kant: Religion Within The Boundaries Of Mere Reason

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>Philosophy>History of Western philosophy>c 1600 to c 1900Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie&...

A New Translation Of Kant's Great Essay On Religion And Its Relation To Reason.

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Ends of Philosophy of Religion - 2834140234

478,28 zł

Ends of Philosophy of Religion PALGRAVE MACMILLAN

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

In The Ends of Philosophy of Religion, Timothy D. Knepper advances a new, historically grounded and religiously diverse program for the philosophy of religion. Knepper first critiques existing efforts in analytic and continental philosophy of religion for neglect of diversity among its objects and subjects of inquiry, as well as for failing to thickly describe, formally compare, and critically evaluate historical acts of reason-giving in the religions of the world. Knepper then constructs an alternative vision for the philosophy of religion, one in which religious reason-giving is described with empathetic yet suspicious sensitivity, compared with methodological and categorical awareness, and explained and evaluated with a plurality of resources and criteria. "The Ends of Philosophy of Religion casts a critical eye over both analytic and continental philosophy of religion and finds an ailment that besets them both. Knepper provides an analysis that is not only clear and eloquent but also sometimes frustrated and angry one. This gives his book the feeling of a manifesto, something I judge that the discipline needs." - Kevin Schilbrack, Professor, Philosophy and Religion Department, Western Carolina University, USA "Philosophy of religion is entering a new dawn, beyond the Western confines of bare theism and pale postmodernism, and towards the religions of the world, Eastern and Western, in all their rich diversity and complexity. Knepper's timely and insightful book outlines these broad and deep changes that have yet to be acknowledged by practitioners from both the analytic and Continental schools". - Nick Trakakis, Assistant Director of the Centre for the Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion, Australian Catholic University, Australia "Those of us who believe philosophy of religion should be about religion in all its complexity and diversity will welcome this book with relief. Knepper attacks the pretense of using the phrase 'philosophy of religion' to describe parochial philosophy of western theism or the disorganized religious insights of postmodern philosophers. He argues for historically grounded philosophy of religions, up-to-date on religious studies, and fearless about analyzing reasons for religious beliefs and practices. This is the kind of philosophy of religion that belongs in university religious studies departments. Here's hoping it catches on quickly." - Wesley J. Wildman, Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics, Boston University School of Theology, US

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - Anna Szklarska - 2836969008

31,90 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - Anna Szklarska

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Opis - Anna Szklarska is a philosopher at Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She is the author of many articles in the field of ethics, philosophy of man, social philosophy and history of philosophy. She has participated in international conferences such as "American and European Values IX" or "Ethics of Moral Absolutes". At the Institute of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University she teaches social philosophy and the philosophy of values. She is also interested in the relationship between, and common problems in, political philosophy and philosophy of religion. Most recently as a co-editor and author of one of the chapters, she has published a monograph devoted to various interpretations of Nietzsche"s idea of the eternal return (Polish title: Boska radość powtórzenia. Idea wiecznego powrotu.). She lives in Krakow. To live decently is also to know who one is while being oneself. Friendship and constructive dialogue on the religious and cultural planes, various ways of thinking, these are only possible among mature individuals who are aware of their roots, values and objectives. This concerns both the individual level and the collective level. Otherwise, dialogue is impossible, and all that remains is chatting about the weather.(...)False eulogists of progress and apologists for a thoughtlessly understood authenticity argue that man cannot be a reproducer of an existing cultural script and its associated patterns. Never before has such a vehement attempt been made to deprive the individual of pride in its roots. Indeed, contact with various cultures results in our taking on distance to our own tradition. But is it really the case, as John Dewey thought, that it is enough to begin thinking just one time, to exhibit a critical attitude towards reality, and the individual will inevitably be led to contesting existing norms, values and institutions, and as a consequence to losing the feeling of being at home" The choice between a thoughtless, even fanatic enchantment with the institutions and roots of one"s own culture or creatively contesting it is a gross oversimplification and skirts around the truth. Respect for one"s own traditions and identity does not exclude a charitable but simultaneously critical stance, readiness for a creative affirmation and for acting to further its development. (...) Our civilisation tries to promote an ethos of truth, reason and dignity. Let us not betray its best traditions by mistaking pluralism with relativism, humility before the mystery of the world and life with living in ignorance, power with violence and a stance of openness with a lack of identity. (excerpt from the book) Nazwa - Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man Autor - Anna Szklarska Oprawa - Miękka Wydawca - Libron Kod ISBN - 9788364275753 Kod EAN - 9788364275753 Rok wydania - 2014 Język - angielski Ilość stron - 156 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2014-10-20

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The Philosophy Of Religion Reader - 2843694513

209,99 zł

The Philosophy Of Religion Reader

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>Philosophy

Reflecting Trends And Research Interests In The Field - Including The Interest In Religious Diversity And Global Philosophy Of Religion - This Title Offers An Introduction That Explores Key Writings From Both The Western Theistic Tradition And From Non-Western, Non-theistic Sources.

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - 2825841893

30,30 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man LIBRON

Religia. ReligioznawstwoFilozofiaWydawnictwa naukowe i popularno-naukowe

Anna Szklarska is a philosopher at Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She is the author of many articles in the field of ethics, philosophy of man, social philosophy and history of philosophy. She has participated in international conferences such as ?American and European Values IX? or ?Ethics of Moral Absolutes?. At the Institute of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University she teaches social philosophy and the philosophy of values. She is also interested in the relationship between, and common problems in, political philosophy and philosophy of religion. Most recently as a co-editor and author of one of the chapters, she has published a monograph devoted to various interpretations of Nietzsche?s idea of the eternal return (Polish title: Boska radość powtórzenia. Idea wiecznego powrotu.). She lives in Krakow. To live decently is also to know who one is while being oneself. Friendship and constructive dialogue on the religious and cultural planes, various ways of thinking, these are only possible among mature individuals who are aware of their roots, values and objectives. This concerns both the individual level and the collective level. Otherwise, dialogue is impossible, and all that remains is chatting about the weather.(...)False eulogists of progress and apologists for a thoughtlessly understood authenticity argue that man cannot be a reproducer of an existing cultural script and its associated patterns. Never before has such a vehement attempt been made to deprive the individual of pride in its roots. Indeed, contact with various cultures results in our taking on distance to our own tradition. But is it really the case, as John Dewey thought, that it is enough to begin thinking just one time, to exhibit a critical attitude towards reality, and the individual will inevitably be led to contesting existing norms, values and institutions, and as a consequence to losing the feeling of being at home? The choice between a thoughtless, even fanatic enchantment with the institutions and roots of one?s own culture or creatively contesting it is a gross oversimplification and skirts around the truth. Respect for one?s own traditions and identity does not exclude a charitable but simultaneously critical stance, readiness for a creative affirmation and for acting to further its development. (...)Our civilisation tries to promote an ethos of truth, reason and dignity. Let us not betray its best traditions by mistaking pluralism with relativism, humility before the mystery of the world and life with living in ignorance, power with violence and a stance of openness with a lack of identity. (excerpt from the book)

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - 2824216734

28,90 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man Libron

NaukaReligiaFilozofia

Anna Szklarska is a philosopher at Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She is the author of many articles in the field of ethics, philosophy of man, social philosophy and history of philosophy. She has participated in international conferences such as

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - 2825079554

34,00 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man libron

Nauki humanistyczne >Filozofia

Anna Szklarska is a philosopher at Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She is the author of many articles in the field of ethics, philosophy of man, social philosophy and history of philosophy. She has participated in international conferences such as

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas Of Modern Philosophy Of Man - 2840047837

27,99 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas Of Modern Philosophy Of Man Libron

Książki>Religia. ReligioznawstwoKsiążki>Wydawnictwa naukowe i popularno-naukoweKsiążki>Nauki społeczne, humanistyczne, ekonomiczne>Filozof...

Anna Szklarska Is A Philosopher At Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She Is The Author Of Many Articles In The Field Of Ethics, Philosophy Of Man, Social Philosophy And History Of Philosophy. She Has Participated In International Conferences Such As "American And European Values IX" Or "Ethics Of Moral Absolutes". At The Institute Of Philosophy At Jagiellonian University She Teaches Social Philosophy And The Philosophy Of Values. She Is Also Interested In The Relationship Between, And Common Problems In, Political Philosophy And Philosophy Of Religion. Most Recently As A Co-editor And Author Of One Of The Chapters, She Has Published A Monograph Devoted To Various Interpretations Of Nietzsche's Idea Of The Eternal Return (Polish Title: Boska Radość Powtórzenia. Idea Wiecznego Powrotu. ). She Lives In Krakow. To Live Decently Is Also To Know Who One Is While Being Oneself. Friendship And Constructive Dialogue On The Religious And Cultural Planes, Various Ways Of Thinking, These Are Only Possible Among Mature Individuals Who Are Aware Of Their Roots, Values And Objectives. This Concerns Both The Individual Level And The Collective Level. Otherwise, Dialogue Is Impossible, And All That Remains Is Chatting About The Weather. (. . . )False Eulogists Of Progress And Apologists For A Thoughtlessly Understood Authenticity Argue That Man Cannot Be A Reproducer Of An Existing Cultural Script And Its Associated Patterns. Never Before Has Such A Vehement Attempt Been Made To Deprive The Individual Of Pride In Its Roots. Indeed, Contact With Various Cultures Results In Our Taking On Distance To Our Own Tradition. But Is It Really The Case, As John Dewey Thought, That It Is Enough To Begin Thinking Just One Time, To Exhibit A Critical Attitude Towards Reality, And The Individual Will Inevitably Be Led To Contesting Existing Norms, Values And Institutions, And As A Consequence To Losing The Feeling Of Being At Home? The Choice Between A Thoughtless, Even Fanatic Enchantment With The Institutions And Roots Of One's Own Culture Or Creatively Contesting It Is A Gross Oversimplification And Skirts Around The Truth. Respect For One's Own Traditions And Identity Does Not Exclude A Charitable But Simultaneously Critical Stance, Readiness For A Creative Affirmation And For Acting To Further Its Development. (. . . ) Our Civilisation Tries To Promote An Ethos Of Truth, Reason And Dignity. Let Us Not Betray Its Best Traditions By Mistaking Pluralism With Relativism, Humility Before The Mystery Of The World And Life With Living In Ignorance, Power With Violence And A Stance Of Openness With A Lack Of Identity. (excerpt From The Book)

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Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man - 2843581808

21,32 zł

Identity Violence Religion The Dilemmas of Modern Philosophy of Man LIBRON

Nauka / Filozofia

Anna Szklarska is a philosopher at Jagiellonian University, Krakow. She is the author of many articles in the field of ethics, philosophy of man, social philosophy and history of philosophy. She has participated in international conferences such as “American and European Values IX” or “Ethics of Moral Absolutes”. At the Institute of Philosophy at Jagiellonian University she teaches social philosophy and the philosophy of values. She is also interested in the relationship between, and common problems in, political philosophy and philosophy of religion. Most recently as a co-editor and author of one of the chapters, she has published a monograph devoted to various interpretations of Nietzsche’s idea of the eternal return (Polish title: Boska radość powtórzenia. Idea wiecznego powrotu.). She lives in Krakow. To live decently is also to know who one is while being oneself. Friendship and constructive dialogue on the religious and cultural planes, various ways of thinking, these are only possible among mature individuals who are aware of their roots, values and objectives. This concerns both the individual level and the collective level. Otherwise, dialogue is impossible, and all that remains is chatting about the weather.(...)False eulogists of progress and apologists for a thoughtlessly understood authenticity argue that man cannot be a reproducer of an existing cultural script and its associated patterns. Never before has such a vehement attempt been made to deprive the individual of pride in its roots. Indeed, contact with various cultures results in our taking on distance to our own tradition. But is it really the case, as John Dewey thought, that it is enough to begin thinking just one time, to exhibit a critical attitude towards reality, and the individual will inevitably be led to contesting existing norms, values and institutions, and as a consequence to losing the feeling of being at home? The choice between a thoughtless, even fanatic enchantment with the institutions and roots of one’s own culture or creatively contesting it is a gross oversimplification and skirts around the truth. Respect for one’s own traditions and identity does not exclude a charitable but simultaneously critical stance, readiness for a creative affirmation and for acting to further its development. (...) Our civilisation tries to promote an ethos of truth, reason and dignity. Let us not betray its best traditions by mistaking pluralism with relativism, humility before the mystery of the world and life with living in ignorance, power with violence and a stance of openness with a lack of identity. (excerpt from the book)

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Western Philosophy - 2843900948

149,72 zł

Western Philosophy BLACKWELL PUBLISHERS

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Western Philosophy: An Anthology provides the most comprehensive and authoritative survey of the Western philosophical tradition from ancient Greece to the leading philosophers of today.* Features substantial and carefully chosen excerpts from all the greats of philosophy, arranged thematically and chronologically* Readings are introduced and linked together by a lucid philosophical commentary which guides the reader through the key arguments* Embraces all the major subfields of philosophy: theory of knowledge and metaphysics, philosophy of mind, religion and science, moral philosophy (theoretical and applied), political theory, and aesthetics* Updated edition now includes additional contemporary readings in each section* Augmented by two completely new sections on logic and language, and philosophy and the meaning of life

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Habermas and Religion - 2826887463

397,33 zł

Habermas and Religion Wiley

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

To the surprise of many readers, Jurgen Habermas has recently made religion a major theme of his work. Emphasizing both religion's prominence in the contemporary public sphere and its potential contributions to critical thought, Habermas's engagement with religion has been controversial and exciting, putting much of his own work in fresh perspective and engaging key themes in philosophy, politics and social theory. Habermas argues that the once widely accepted hypothesis of progressive secularization fails to account for the multiple trajectories of modernization in the contemporary world. He calls attention to the contemporary significance of "postmetaphysical" thought and "postsecular" consciousness - even in Western societies that have embraced a rationalistic understanding of public reason. Habermas and Religion presents a series of original and sustained engagements with Habermas's writing on religion in the public sphere, featuring new work and critical reflections from leading philosophers, social and political theorists, and anthropologists. Contributors to the volume respond both to Habermas's ambitious and well-developed philosophical project and to his most recent work on religion. The book closes with an extended response from Habermas - itself a major statement from one of today's most important thinkers.

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On Faith And Reason - 2839891974

72,49 zł

On Faith And Reason

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Humanities>Philosophy>History of Western philosophy>Medieval & Renaissance, c 500 to c 1600Książki Obco...

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Faith and Reason - 2826745243

172,10 zł

Faith and Reason Oxford Paperbacks

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The philosophy of religion is an intrinsic part of the richness of western philosophy. This Oxford Reader displays in historical perspective some of the rich dialogue between religion and philosophy over two millennia, beginning with Greek reflections about God and the gods, and ending with twentieth-century debate about faith in a world which tends to reserve its reverence for science. Paul Helm takes as a case study the question of whether the world is eternal, or whether it was created out of nothing, and follows this theme from Plato, through medieval thought, to modern scientific speculation about the beginnings of the universe. The Reader also includes discussion of many other fundamental issues raised by the juxtaposition of faith and reason and, including arguments for and against the existence of God, the relation between religion and ethics, the contrast between reason and revelation as sources of knowledge, and the implications of religious belief for freedom of the will.

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