Volume 56 (2001), 2
The paper deals with Kant's peace project seen in a broader philosophical-theoretical context of the 18th century. The author focuses not only on Kant's essay Towards an Eternal Peace, but he examnines also his other works confirming his deep interest in this issue. He argues, that the problem of peace is a constitutive part of Kant's philosophy of… Read more
The paper focuses on G. E. Moore's contribution to the discussion of the concept of good. Its aim is to explain Moore's understanding of this concept and his argument against naturalism and to call the attention to the more problematic aspects of his philosophical analysis of ethical concepts. The author also tries to show, why Moore's philosophy, in spite of its… Read more
The paper focuses on three problems. First, Deleuze's vocabulary is there of help in describing contemporary Swedish feminism as one of the characters, which Nietzsche called ascetic priests. The revolt against cultural hegemony of modern society is exemplified on Lyotard's essay Au Juste. Finally, attention is paid to postmodern public sphere.