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    • O rozumowaniach imperatywnych 

      Brożek, Anna; Jadacki, Jacek (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2012)
      We assume that the imperative reasoning is a reasoning containing at least one step which is an imperative (or rather its content). At the same time, we understand the term "imperative" as a synonym of "imperative ...
    • O wielości metod w filozofii Wolffa 

      Paź, Bogusław (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2012)
      The main goal of the article is to demonstrate that (against general opinion) Wolff used not one but few different research methods in his philosophy. Except mathematical (more geometrico), there were semiotic, eidetic ...
    • Problemy z dyskursem. Czytając Jürgena Habermasa 

      Smrokowska-Reichmann, Agnieszka (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2012)
      The author of the paper presents some critical opinions (including her own) on Habermas' conception of language and discourse. At the same time she strives to explain the main controversies which arise from Habermas' key ...
    • W obronie Gumika. Uwagi o "Bajkach funkcjonalistów" Tadeusza Skalskiego 

      Grabarczyk, Paweł ORCID (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2012)
      The titular "Bandie" is a fictional creature devised by Tadeusz Skalski in his "Fairy Tales of Functionalism" (published in "Folia Philosophica" 24). It is supposed to be a reduction ad absurdum for the thesis of ...
    • Znaczenie religii w ateistycznej filozofii Hegla 

      Szocik, Konrad (Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, 2012)
      Hegel's philosophy of religion is typical for critical philosophy of Enlightenment. Hegel treats about religion as an earlier and less developed form of human mind. Religion is product of culture, society and mythological ...