Ročník 37 (1982), 6
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 699-708.
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 709-720.
The idea of social progress has great tradition in the history of European thinking. It was a part of several revolutionary initiatives, political movements and philosophical activities. The first line of development of the idea of social progress (Montesqieu, Turgot, Condorcet) interpreted social progress as a postulated principle which is expected from the history… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 721-733.
Analysis of the relation of the scientific discipline to the object of research may be done from various aspects and on different theoretical levels. It is not the analysis and specification of individual aspects, qualities or manifestations of morale that is discussed in the study, but the possibility of grasping this phenomenon in its whole, the possibility of… Čítať ďalej
State - 100. výročie úmrtia Charlesa Darwina
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 734-738.
The paper is dedicated to the one hundredth aniversary of Charles Darwin’s death. The author analyzes philosophic-worldview aspects of Darwin’ evolutionary theory. The stress is laid on Darwin’s evolutionary conception which made it possible for the first time to explain all phenomena of the living nature, including the development of Man, in consistent materialist… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 739-749.
In the second half of the XIXth century and at the beginning of the XXth century Darwin’s evolutionary theory of the development of biological species, which laid the materialist foundations of biology, came in the center of scientific interest. Ideological struggle which broke out between the adherents and opponents of Darwinism in Slovakia bore specific character.… Čítať ďalej
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 750-754.
Z vedeckého života
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 755-756.
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 757-758.
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 759-760.
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 761-762.
Filozofia, 37 (1982), 6, 763-765.