Ročník 36 (1981), 6
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 625-641.
It was problems of the nation, patriotism and internationalism, the materialistic view of history, the theory of social classes and social struggle and the questions of culture that attracted the author’s attention among issues that were dealth with from the philosophic point of view or directly as philosophic problems in the social-democratic press at the sitart of… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 642-658.
The paper criticizes one aspect of the tendencies to revise the Marxist-Leninist philosophy in Czechoslovakia in the sixties — the existentialist-anthropologic revision. In the first part the author analyzes the substance of the existentialist-anthropologic revision of Marxist-Leninist philosophy both from the philosophical-theoretical aspect and from the aspect of… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 659-670.
The paper is concerned with problems of knowledge in the intuitive realism of N. O. Losskij, but it also takes into consideration those starting points and opinions of his that influenced his followers in Slovakia in the period of the so called Slovak State and immediately afterwards. Losskij lays stress on empirical and realistic attitudes in the theory of… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 671-691.
In the paper the philosophical works of Svätopluk Štúr areanalyzed — in the first part the authors concentrate on the interpretation of his gnoseologic conception developed in his book „The Problem of Transcendency in Contemporary Philosophy“, in the second part they pay attention to his works, published after the Second World War, especially to the conception of the… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 692-699.
The views of Francisci represent an attempt at the synthesis of the outlook on history and social progress, influenced by Hegel and Herder and a petty bourgeois conception of economic independence which, within this concept, means an extraordinarily important way to freedom. Francisci, unlike his contemporaries, conceived freedom not in the national sense only, but… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 700-718.
Z vedeckého života
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 719-732.
The ideologic movement, usually called the Austrian Marxism, was one of the most significant attempts to revise the philosophic principles of Marxism. The first part of the paper concentrates on the critical analysis of Max Adler’s endeavour to found historical materialism from the transcendental standpoint. The second part deals with the effort of Friedrich Adler to… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 733-746.
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 747-757.
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 758-761.
Filozofia, 36 (1981), 6, 761-763.