Current Volume

Volume 76 (2021)

Editorial

Zeleňák, E. On Conceptual Relativism   [PDF] 1 – 2
Wollner, U.   [PDF] 79 – 80

Articles

Labuda, P. Is Conceptual Relativism a Prerequisite for Philosophy as Conceptual Engineering? [Abstract] [PDF] 3 – 17
Zeleňák, E. Overcoming Relativism in Current Philosophy of History [Abstract] [PDF] 18 – 30
Hrkút, J. Goodman and Gombrich on the Nature of Pictorial Representa- tion and Pictorial Realism [Abstract] [PDF] 31 – 45
Foltin, M. Moral-normative Justification of Human Rights [Abstract] [PDF] 46 – 58
Vydra, A. Epistemological Obstacle and “the Guardian of Threshold” in Gaston Bachelard [Abstract] [PDF] 59 – 71
Sedová, T. On Freedom as a Political Value [Abstract] [PDF] 81 – 96
Wollner, U. Does Nussbaum Understand Capabilities as Freedoms? [Abstract] [PDF] 97 – 109
Hejduk, T. Three Concepts of Liberty [Abstract] [PDF] 110 – 124
Yun, S.W. - Lee, H. [Abstract] [PDF] 125 – 136
Gatto, A. [Abstract] [PDF] 137 – 150
Lysý, J. The Spirit of Weight in J. L. Fischer [Abstract] [PDF] 167 – 180
Tomašovičová, J. Social and Ethical Consequences of Neuro-enhancement [Abstract] [PDF] 181 – 194
Suvák, V. Foucault: From the Microphysics of Power to the Governmentality [Abstract] [PDF] 195 – 208
Jeong, J. [Abstract] [PDF] 209 – 222
Démuth, A. - Števček, M. Defending Vagueness [Abstract] [PDF] 237 – 251
Rybák, D. The Issue of Life of the Pure Ego in Husserl’s L-Manuscripts [Abstract] [PDF] 252 – 266
Smreková, D. Jankélévitch and Ricœur on the Duty of Memory [Abstract] [PDF] 267 – 280
Stelmach, M. Philosophical Problems and Therapy. Polemic with The New Wittgenstein [Abstract] [PDF] 281 – 292
Vašek, M. Eco and Vattimo – Negative Realism versus Weak Thought [Abstract] [PDF] 293 – 306
Sedová, T. On the Phenomenon of Human Dignity, its Concept, and Relation to Human Rights [Abstract] [PDF] 317 – 332
Borovjak, M. The Virtue of Prudence According to Dante Alighieri [Abstract] [PDF] 333 – 350
Ryška Vajdová, I. Adolf Portmann, Philosopher of Life Sciences [Abstract] [PDF] 351 – 363
Bielik, L. Abduction and its Place in Science and Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 391 – 406
Zámečník, L. Towards a Universal Account of Asymmetry in Non-causal Explanations [Abstract] [PDF] 407 – 422
Čukljević, F. McDowell and Brandom on Observational Knowledge [Abstract] [PDF] 423 – 435
Błahut-Prusik, J. On Social Consequences of Epistemic Ignorance [Abstract] [PDF] 436 – 450
Spodniak, S. Utilitarianism as a Pragmatic Choice with Empirical Support in Joshua Greene’s Ethics – A Critical Analysis [Abstract] [PDF] 451 – 464
Gellens, S. How “Amor Fati” Became Nietzsche’s Formula for Learning to Love Necessity and Human Thriving [Abstract] [PDF] 465 – 479
Vydrová, J. Corporeality as the Excentric Positionality in Helmuth Plessner’s Anthropology and Philosophy of Biology [Abstract] [PDF] 487 – 498
Gahér, F. Did Frege Really Plagiarize the Stoics? [Abstract] [PDF] 499 – 520

Book Reviews

Nebošková, M. - Stančo, R.   [PDF] 72 – 75

Obituary

Lalíková, E.   [PDF] 77 – 78

Book reviews

Fořtová, H.   [PDF] 151 – 154
Moural, J.   [PDF] 155 – 158
Stodola, I. HONNETH, Axel: The Idea of Socialism: Towards a Renewal   [PDF] 159 – 164
Tomašovičová, J. DÉMUTH, Andrej: Beauty, Aesthetic Experience, and Emotional Affective States   [PDF] 223 – 226
Sisáková, O. GEHLEN, Arnold: Primitive Man and Late Culture. Philosophical Results and Statements   [PDF] 227 – 231
Zelinová, Z. ŠKVRNDA, František: The Socratic Question as a Problem of the Historiography of Ancient Philosophy   [PDF] 232 – 235
Petrucijová, J. JAROMÍR FEBER, HELENA HREHOVÁ, PETER RUSNÁK: Man between Sacrum and Profanum in Russian Philosophy in 20th Century   [PDF] 307 – 311
Volek, P. JAROMÍR FEBER, HELENA HREHOVÁ, PETER RUSNÁK: Man between Sacrum and Profanum in Russian Philosophy in 20th Century   [PDF] 312 – 314
Fikejzová, M. ŠVANTNER, Martin – KARĽA, Michal – ŠEDIVCOVÁ, Karolína (eds.): Semiotic Marginalia: Between Epistemology, Aesthetics and Politics   [PDF] 377 – 379
Valach, M. VIŠŇOVSKÝ, Emil: Science as a Sociocultural Practice   [PDF] 380 – 383
Horyna, B. BRÁZDA, Radim: Philosophers in the City   [PDF] 384 – 388
Vavríková, D. PETER SÝKORA (ed.): Promises and perils of emerging technologies for human condition. Voices from four postcommunist Central and East European countries Berlin: Peter Lang 2019, 208 s.   [PDF] 480 – 483
Sedová, T. NAGY, Ladislav: From Romance to Novel and Back   [PDF] 549 – 553
Zelinová, Z. SUVÁK, Vladislav: Ars vivendi, or the Art of Living, from Socrates to Foucalt   [PDF] 554 – 559

Critical notice

Leško, V. The Phenomenology of Spirit – the Unity of Philosophy and the History of Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 364 – 376

Scientific events

Spodniak, S. Human Rights in a State of Emergency. May 20, 2021, Online Conference   [PDF] 484 – 485

Reflections

Šebela, K. On the very Analytic-Continental Division in Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 521 – 530
Dožudić, D. Thoughts In Exchange: A Note on Frege’s Tractatus Letters [Abstract] [PDF] 531 – 541

Interviews

Hohoš, L. - Hrubec, M. FROM SEPTEMBER 11 TO THE PANDEMIC: 20 Years of Global Conflicts   [PDF] 542 – 548