Content of Volume

Mészáros, O. Actual State of the Historiography of the Hungarian Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 1-12
Guba, Á. Isaacus Zabanius’ Existentia Atomorum. Searching for a New Historical-Philosophical Context [Abstract] [PDF] 13-27
Mester, B. Béla Hamvas’s Concept of Authentic Tradition in European Context [Abstract] [PDF] 28-39
Kovács, G. National Characterology in the Interwar Hungarian Thought [Abstract] [PDF] 40-50
Szabados, B. Georg Lukács in Heidelberg: A Crossroad Between the Academic and Political Career [Abstract] [PDF] 51-64
Kuna, M. A Critique of Brown’s Concept of Hate Speech [Abstract] [PDF] 77-90
Bielik, L. Alternative Options for Reconstructing, Analyzing and Evaluating Argument [Abstract] [PDF] 91-108
Vydrová, J. Convergence of Phenomenology, Prague Structuralism and Art Creation. Genealogy of Phenomenology in Central European Context [Abstract] [PDF] 109-120
Horyna, B. Hamann and Herder on Metacriticism. Contribution to the History of Concepts [Abstract] [PDF] 133-147
Švec, J. On Historical Sources of Liberalism – Between Political Ideology and Philosophical Concepts [Abstract] [PDF] 341-355
Anchústegui Igartua, E. The Topicality of Political Republicanism [Abstract] [PDF] 356-371
Šajda, P. Existence, Subjectivity, Ethics. The Reception of Kierkegaard in German and French Phenomenology [Abstract] [PDF] 372-385
Stewart, J. Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion as a Phenomenology [Abstract] [PDF] 386-400
Sivák, J. Husserl’s Theory of Imagination and the “New Phenomenology” of M. Richir [Abstract] [PDF] 401-417
Launter, P. NÉMETH, Atilla: Epicurus on the Self. Issues in Ancient Philosophy   [PDF] 65-66
Tákács, D. GURKA, Dezső (ed.): Changes in the Image of Man from the Enlightenment to the Age of Romanticism – Philosophical and Scientific Receptions of (Physical) Anthropology in the 18 – 19th Centuries   [PDF] 67-68
Véber, V. BOROS, Gábor – SZALAI, Judit – TÓTH, Olivér István (eds.): The Concept of Affectivity in Early Modern Philosophy   [PDF] 69-70
Foltin, M. ANNA ALEXANDROVA: A Philosophy for the Science of Well-being New York: Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. xlv + 196   [PDF] 158-162
Lipták, M. JAROSLAVA VYDROVÁ: Výraz, dielo, telesnosť. Fenomenologické eseje Červený Kostelec: Pavel Mervart, 2019, 167 s.   [PDF] 163-167
Horyna, B. VIEWEG, Klaus: Hegel. Der Philosoph der Freiheit. Biographie   [PDF] 418-423
Sivák, J. RENAUD BARBARAS: Métaphysique du sentiment   [PDF] 424-429
Hévizi, O. - Szabados, B. Remembering Ágnes Heller     72-75
Démuth, A. On the Problematics of Geometrizing Beauty and Aesthetic Terms [Abstract] [PDF] 121-132
Lacko, I. Not Random, Not Deliberate – Something In-Between: Posthumanist Themes in Ex Machina [Abstract] [PDF] 148-157


Cepko, J. Atopia – the Cynic’s Place in the Universe [Abstract] [PDF] 170-182
Fraňo, P. Appius Claudius Caecus and the Beginnings of Roman Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 183-194
Evangelou, G. The Role of Socrates, Lysis, and Menexenus in Plato’s Lysis [Abstract] [PDF] 195-211
Škvrnda, F. - Zelinová, Z. Platoʼs Socrates and the Problems of Anthropological Turn [Abstract] [PDF] 212-223
Suvák, V. Foucault on <i>parrhesia</i>: Socrates vs. Diogenes [Abstract] [PDF] 224-236
Calvo, J.María Zam What Is That Which Is Always Becoming, and What Is That Which Always Is? [Abstract] [PDF] 237-250
Dumitru, A.C. [Abstract] [PDF] 263 – 278
Dolník, J. The Basis of Rationality of Natural Language [Abstract] [PDF] 279 – 293
Peterková, E. [Abstract] [PDF] 294 – 308
Gahér, F. - Mrva, M. - Števček, M. - Turčan, M. Open Texture of Concepts and Rules – Fuel for the Fire of Subjectivism in Applied Semantics? [Abstract] [PDF] 309 – 323
Maco, R. From Particles to Fields: Ontological Issues of Physics [Abstract] [PDF] 431 – 445
Lipták, M. Hegel’s Conception of Bureaucracy as Universal Class [Abstract] [PDF] 446 - 459
Juan José Gómez Gutiérrez Republican Freedom and Subjective Legitimacy of Power [Abstract] [PDF] 460 - 473
Buráň, J. Why Popper’s Critical Dualism Should Be Understood Decisionistically [Abstract] [PDF] 474 - 489
Vacura, M. The Problem of Foundation and Legitimization of Human Rights [Abstract] [PDF] 513 – 526
Sedová, T. Human Rights from Philosophical Point of View [Abstract] [PDF] 527 – 538
Turčan, M. On the Negative View of M. Rothbard on the Idea of Animal Rights [Abstract] [PDF] 539 – 554
Smolková, E. On the Philosophical Issues of Implementing Social Rights [Abstract] [PDF] 555 – 568
Muránsky, M. On Philosophical-Economic Starting Points of Social Hu- man Rights in Karl Polanyi and Ernst Tugendhat [Abstract] [PDF] 569 - 583
Spodniak, S. On One Attempt to Evolutionary Explain Morals [Abstract] [PDF] 584 – 595
Smreková, D. Forgiveness in Politics: Reality or Illusion? [Abstract] [PDF] 596 – 611
Zouhar, M. The Notion of Argumentation and Its Definition [Abstract] [PDF] 615 – 627
Bielik, L. Pollock’s Conception of Defeasible Reasoning and the Criticism of Arguments [Abstract] [PDF] 628 – 643
Halas, J. Argumentation and Primary Explanations [Abstract] [PDF] 644 – 659
Gahér, F. Methods of Abstraction, Idealization and Concretization in Logic: the Case of Shifted Time in Factual Conditionals [Abstract] [PDF] 660 - 676
Marko, V. On Cicero’s Fabius Argument [Abstract] [PDF] 677 – 692
Tvrdý, F. Mysterianism and the Division of Epistemic Labour [Abstract] [PDF] 693 – 705
Bánovský, J. What Kinds of Representations and Cognitive Mechanisms Enable Cumulative Culture? [Abstract] [PDF] 706 – 722
Višňovský, E. Naturalism in American Philosophy and Classical Pragmatism [Abstract] [PDF] 734 – 746
Chabada, M. Natural and Moral Goodness or Evil: The Approach of Philippa Foot [Abstract] [PDF] 747 – 759
Szapuová, M. - Nuhlíček, M. Naturalism and Skepticism [Abstract] [PDF] 760 – 775
Chudárková, P. A Critique of Intuitionism and Huemer’s Revisionist Account [Abstract] [PDF] 776 – 792
Schmidt, M. On Discovering and Construing Possibilities [Abstract] [PDF] 793 – 803
Sťahel, R. Towards the Philosophy of the Ecological Civilization [Abstract] [PDF] 815 – 831
Horyna, B. Three Negations of Environmental Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 832 – 844
Mravcová, A. Environmental Citizenship in the Context of Current Development and Immediate Threat [Abstract] [PDF] 845 – 860
Rozemberg, A. With Time: <em>akrasia</em> and Intertemporal Strategies [Abstract] [PDF] 861 – 872


Kalaš, A. Zuzana Zelinová: Paideia v sokratovskej filozofii   [PDF] 251-255
Černý, M. Luciano Floridi: The Logic of Information: A Theory of Philosophy as Conceptual Design   [PDF] 256-260
Siegel, L.   [PDF] 331 – 333
Nuhlíček, M.   [PDF] 334 – 338
Maco, R.   [PDF] 500 - 504
Plašienková, Z.   [PDF] 505 – 510
Foltin, M.   [PDF] 723 – 725
Fraňo, P.   [PDF] 726 – 730
Maco, R.   [PDF] 804 – 807
Daubner, P. WALLACE-WELS, David: The Uninhabitable Earth. Life After Warming   [PDF] 899 – 904
Dědečková, E. HÁLA, Vlastimil, KOLÁŘSKÝ Rudolf: Philosophy and Endangered Earth   [PDF] 905 – 907


Sedová, T. About Philosophy like Project for Life. Some Reflections on Book At the Existentialist Cafe by Sarah Bakewell [Abstract] [PDF] 324 – 330


Zvada, Ľ. On Zionism and the Jewish Renaissance in Martin Buber’s Pre-dialogical Thoughts [Abstract] [PDF] 490 - 499


Sťahel, R. Environmental Philosophy   [PDF] 813 – 814

Critical notices

Cmorej, P. On the Problems of the Methodology of Empirical Sciences. Comments on the Book <em>Methodological Aspects of Science</em> by L. Bielik [Abstract] [PDF] 873 – 891


Münz, T. My Atitude Towards the Relationship Between Man and Nature [Abstract] [PDF] 892 – 898