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Volume 31 (1976), 1

Papers and Discussions - Society, Culture and Morale

(Original title: Kultúra a civilizácia)
Filozofia, 31 (1976), 1, 34-42.
Abstract
There is no unsurpassable limit between the notions of culture and civilization. The environment of civilization can not, of course, be reduced only to a passive, inert basis,, to an uncreative starting point for cultural creation. Both notions — civilization and culture — are inseparably connected, both together create the social environment in the particular… Read more
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(Original title: Morálka a hodnoty)
Filozofia, 31 (1976), 1, 43-54.
Abstract
The paper in its first part follows the sources of ideas of one of the well-known contemporary bourgeois ideologists R. S. Hartman: G. E. Moor’s intuitivism, phenomenology and neo-positivism. The other part is devoted to R. S. Hartman himself. Starting from these sources R. S. Hartman attempts at a „scientification“ of ethics through symbolic logic or formal… Read more
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(Original title: K aktuálním problémům sociální revoluce v současné epoše)
Filozofia, 31 (1976), 1, 55-70.
Abstract
Elucidating the topical problems of social revolution the author criticizes the one-sided aspects of reformism and anarchism, but also dogmatism and revisionism as they are manifested in the process of social revolution in the contemporary epoch, which opens new chances for the revolutionary movements of all nations:
1. to materialize the transition to… Read more
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