Ročník 43 (1988), 6
State - Z dejín filozofického myslenia na Slovensku
From the beginning of the last decennium of the 19th century T. G. Masaryk was aware of the fact that the Czech nation could develop in the German and Austrian element that encircled it only if the Czechs managed to enforce a constructive program of national liberation. Its objective was to achieve a standing equal to the one of other, especially governing,… Čítať ďalej
In the paper the works of the Czech philosopher, J. Tvrdý, written in the years of his stay in Slovakia in the period between the two world wars,, are analyzed. The author shows Tvrdý’s standpoints to the Czech and European positivism, whereby the specificity of Tvrdý’s own conception is characterized by the term „the thinking of the positivist-realist orientation… Čítať ďalej
In the context of contemporary investigations in the theory of invention the author analyzes I. Hrušovský’s philosophical debut in which highly topical problems of inventing in science, of creativity and evolution were set up at the most general level. Hrušovský was stimulated but also confined by contemporary philosophical and biological theories, nevertheless he… Čítať ďalej
In the paper attention is paid to one of the most important Slovak scientists who lived abroad and achieved high scientific honours there.
The author analyzes Stodola’s book on the worldview problems of an engineer in which he took a stand not only to various discoveries in natural science and to ideological streams of the day but also to questions of the… Čítať ďalej