Content of Volume

Scientific Life

The Era of Globalization as Reflected in Philosophy. An International Conference     74
An International Conference     202
The 5th Central and Eastern European Conference on Phenomenology     203
A Report from the Symposium Gender, Empire, and the Politics of Central and Eastern Europe   [PDF] 294-295
International Workshop Life as an Intertwinning of Subjectivity with Objectivity   [PDF] 383
A Series of Lectures by Helen Longino     457
Chabada, M. An International Conference (The 700 Hundreth Anniversary of the Death of John Duns Scotus): A Report   [PDF] 464-466
Life as an Intersection of Subjectivity and Objectivity. A Workshop Report   [PDF] 550-551
A MacIntyrian Conference   [PDF] 551-553
Prof. Glombik Visiting Philosophical Faculty of the Košice University   [PDF] 553-554
Historical and Contemporary Forms of Thought and Communication. An Invitation to a Conference     555
A SPhA Lecture     732
Plenar Assembly of Slovak Philosophical Association: A Report   [PDF] 733
The Committee of Slovak Philosophical Association (September 13th 2006 – September 18th 2008): A Report   [PDF] 734-739
A New Committee of SPhA   [PDF] 789
An International Seminar Embryonic (and Adult) Stem Cells: Regenerative Medicine and PGD. Research and Application Ethics: A Report   [PDF] 846-847
A Conference: A-subjective Phenomenology of Jan Patočka and the History of Philosophy   [PDF] 942-944
Johannes Duns Scotus (1308 – 2008). A Report from an International Conference   [PDF] 944-946

Papers

Wollner, U. Plato’s Socrates about Poetry and Rhetoric in Ion and Gorgias [Abstract] [PDF] 18-27
Porubjak, M. The Problem of Anamnesis and Plato’s Meno [Abstract] [PDF] 28-38
Andreanský, E. Socratic Paradoxes and Their Epistemological Importance [Abstract] [PDF] 39-49
Suvák, V. Anthistenes’ Account of Homer [Abstract] [PDF] 50-62
Kvasz, L. Newton and Cartesian Physics [Abstract] [PDF] 93-108
Kanichová, R. Terminological Neologisms in Martin Heidegger [Abstract] [PDF] 109-121
Dupkala, R. Recentivism of J. Bańka as „Practicing Philosophy in Harmony with the Spirit of the Age“ [Abstract] [PDF] 122-130
Belás, Ľ. Kant and the Problem of Politics [Abstract] [PDF] 131-143
Hroch, J. On the Philosophy of William James [Abstract] [PDF] 144-154
Piaček, J. Problems of Perichronosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 206-218
Kalaš, A. Socrates: En Exemplary Citizen, Or a Man Subverting Athenian Democracy? [Abstract] [PDF] 2-17
Hohoš, L. Global Inequality: Justice and Law in the Globalization Era [Abstract] [PDF] 219-228
Szapuová, M. Gender in Philosophy: The Case of Harriet Taylor Mill [Abstract] [PDF] 229-239
Višňovský, E. The Elements of the Conception of Good Life in Classical Pragmatist Ethics [Abstract] [PDF] 328-335
Šulavíková, B. Integrity and Good Life [Abstract] [PDF] 336-343
Mistrík, E. Narcist Adoration of Body and the End of Postmodern Culture [Abstract] [PDF] 344-351
Višňovský, E. On the Problem of Norms and Normativity: Basic Conceptions and Questions [Abstract] [PDF] 386-396
Kanovský, M. Social Representations: A Cognitive Research Program [Abstract] [PDF] 397-406
Findor, A. Historical Representations: Theory and a Case of Nationalisation of „Cultural Superiority“ [Abstract] [PDF] 407-416
Sirota, M. The Evidence of Bayesian Reasoning and Its Place in the Context of the Empirical Argument about Rationality [Abstract] [PDF] 417-426
Nagl-Docekal, H. Feminist Philosophy: How Philosophy Could Contribute to the Establishment of Gender-Fair Conditions [Abstract] [PDF] 469-479
Muránsky, M. Is Ethics Absolutely Obligatory? (Freedom in Kantian Tradition) [Abstract] [PDF] 562-572
Šajda, P. The Theory of Image on the Background of the Doctrine of Analogy and Univocity in the Works of Meister Eckhart [Abstract] [PDF] 573-581
Fišerová, M. Beyond the Logic of Representation: The Problem of the Unrepresentable in the Philosophy of Image of J. Rancière [Abstract] [PDF] 582-591
Tomašovičová, J. The Appearance of the Sublime [Abstract] [PDF] 592-599
Šedík, M. The Ontology of a Work of Visual Art as a Process [Abstract] [PDF] 600-610
Sedová, T. Concepts of Human Nature and Culture and The Role They Play in Social Knowledge [Abstract] [PDF] 657-669
Černík, V. Making of the Theory of Social Fact [Abstract] [PDF] 670-682
Zeleňák, E. The Way Davidson Approaches Events [Abstract] [PDF] 683-694
Dubnička, J. The Theory of Strings and the Physical Picture of the World [Abstract] [PDF] 695-703
Mandzela, M. Is Ethics a Consequence of a Logical Error? [Abstract] [PDF] 704-714
Novosád, F. Karl Marx and Friedrich Nietzsche on the Politics of Theatricality [Abstract] [PDF] 741-749
Muránsky, M. Is Ethics Absolutely Obligatory? Part II (Suspension of Ethics and the Problem of Self-Understanding in Existentialist Tradition) [Abstract] [PDF] 750-762
Palovičová, Z. David Miller and His Grammar of Social Justice [Abstract] [PDF] 763-775
Pauer, J. On Habitation and the Shared World (Architecture: Philosophy and Public Sector) [Abstract] [PDF] 776-789
Bakoš, V. Samuel Štefan Osuský as a Historiographer of Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 849-862
Zigo, M. Anthology of Philosophers’ Works in he Development of Slovak Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 863-873
Mészáros, O. Philosophical Views of Two Neothomists from Nitra on the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries [Abstract] [PDF] 874-882
Šulavíková, B. The Real World and Its Cognition in Slovak Philosophy of the 1940s [Abstract] [PDF] 883-891
Martinkovič, M. Conceptual Parallels and Different Strategies in Slovak Political Thinking [Abstract] [PDF] 892-900

Reflections

Kriššák, M. In a Defense of Another Socrates. A Remark to Jan Patočka [Abstract] [PDF] 63-74
Sedová, T. Constructivism, Constructions, and the Plurality of Worlds [Abstract] [PDF] 155-160
Šajda, P. Kierkegaard’s Rejection of the of the Mysticism of Master Eckhart [Abstract] [PDF] 161-168
Gažík, P. Early-Christian Transformation of the Greek Logos in the Philosophy of Justin Martyr [Abstract] [PDF] 169-173
Mičaninová, M. Philosophical Terminology in Rabbi Solomon Ben Gabirol’s Royal Crown [Abstract] [PDF] 427-432
Pechar, J. Lévinas and Phenomenology   [PDF] 520-528
Vydra, A. Nabokov and Textual Images [Abstract] [PDF] 611-618
Vydrová, J. Phenomenological and Aesthetical Attitudes. Remarks on Their Autonomy and Overlapping [Abstract] [PDF] 619-624
Pauer, J. ome Very Short Reflections (with Very Long Titles) on the Image of the Body and on the Body as an Image, or Also on Desire and Abandonment [Abstract] [PDF] 790-797
Smreková, D. Stumbling Blocks of Euthelia. On L. Bitó’s A Book on Good Death. Euthelia – Euthanasia [Abstract] [PDF] 798-803
Pichler, T. Eötvös, Grünwald, Mudroň and the Idea of the Hungarian State [Abstract] [PDF] 914-920
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Xenofón, Oeconomicus. „The Complete Householder“   [PDF] 75-81
Kalaš, A. Sextus Empiricus: Against Logicians Or an Invitation to Ancient Scepticism [Abstract] [PDF] 252-257
Sextos Empiricos, Adversus Mathematicos 7, 1, 1 - 7, 1, 37   [PDF] 258-262
Novosád, F. Andrej Kopčok: A Philosopher Challenging the Disfavors of Times   [PDF] 557-559

Reviews

Šimon, F. Die Heilkunst als Vorbild in Platons Staatslehre und Ethik. Zur aktuellen Bedeutung und Bewertung der Heilkunst in Platons Schriften (D. Mielke)   [PDF] 82-83
Urbancová, E. Xenofon: Symposion. The Defense of Socrates   [PDF] 84-85
Radová, I. Xenofon: Oeconomicus. „The Complete Householder“   [PDF] 86-87
Wollner, U. Prawda i mniemania. Studium filozofii Parmenidesa z Elei. (D. Kubok)   [PDF] 88-91
Mičaninová, M. Menachem Kellner: Maimonides’ Confrontation with Mysticism   [PDF] 192-196
Hamzová, Z. Milovan Ješič: Descartes and His Metamorphoses in Hegel’s Philosophy   [PDF] 196-199
Hargašová, J. Vladimír Manda: The Epistemology of John Locke   [PDF] 200-201
Farkašová, E. Nagl-Docekal, H., Feminist Philosophy (Results, Problems, Prospects)   [PDF] 281-285
Chabada, M. Matula, J., Epistemological and Psychological Aspects of Th. Aquinas’ Understanding of Man   [PDF] 286-288
Kalaš, A. Palaifatos, Unbelievable Stories   [PDF] 289-290
Kobová, Ľ. Fraser, N., The Radical Imagination: Between Redistribution and Recognition   [PDF] 291-293
Potančok, M. Gálik, S., Philosophy and Mysticism. The Human Spiritual Development from the Perspective of the Mysticisms in the World History   [PDF] 379-380
Sačková, M. Searle, J., Speech Acts   [PDF] 380-382
Omasta, M. Labuda, P., Onto-theology: Plotinos versus Heidegger   [PDF] 458-460
Jusko, Š. Tholt, P., Jan Patočka and the Rise of Mathematical Natural Sciences   [PDF] 460-463
Sisáková, O. Farkašová, E., On the Way to the „Room of Her Own“. Representatives /Patterns/ Problems of the Feminist Philosophy   [PDF] 544-546
Šuch, J. Ankersmit, F., Sublime Historical Experience   [PDF] 547-549
Démuth, A. Schelling, F. W. J., Philosophy of Art   [PDF] 648-651
Vydra, A. Aristotelés, Poetics   [PDF] 652-653
Tokárová, M. Didi-Huberman, G., Before the Time. The History and Anachronism of Images   [PDF] 654-655
Gáliková, S. Petrů, M.: Physiology of Mind: An Introduction to the Cognitive Science   [PDF] 724-727
Černík, V. Brzeziński, I. – Klawiter, A. – Kuipers, T. A. F. – Łastowicki, K. – Paprzycka, K. – Przybisz, P.: The Courage of Doing Philosophy: Essays Dedicated to Leszek Nowak   [PDF] 728-732
Zigman, P. Preuss, D., ... et in pulverem reverteris? Vom ethisch verantwortlichen Umgang mit menschlichen Überresten in Sammlungen sowie musealen und sakralen Räumen   [PDF] 839-841
Popovičová, D. Bitó, L., A Book on a Good Death: Euthelia – Euthanasia   [PDF] 842-845
Lalíková, E. Leško, V. – Plašienková, Z.: Acta Facultatis Philosophicae Universitatis Šafarikanae. Studia Philosophica, 2008: Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit   [PDF] 935-938
Karol Kollár Mészáros, O.: School Philosophy in the Former Upper Hungary   [PDF] 939-941

Pohľad za hranice

Egyed, B. Nietzsche’s Anti-democratic Liberalism   [PDF] 174-185
Maclean, I. The Science of Nature and the Science of God: Conflict and Collaborationin the Early Modern Period   [PDF] 352-364
Mulnix, J.W. Reliabilism, Intuition, and Mathematical Knowledge [Abstract] [PDF] 715-723
Varga, S. Expression, Self-Knowledge and Authority. Wittgenstein and Subjectivity [Abstract] [PDF] 830-838

Discussions - Polemics

Münz, T. Focused on Spiritual Periphery   [PDF] 186-191
Maco, R. Critical Remarks on Contemporary Phenomenology   [PDF] 263-269
Bžoch, A. A Hurt Ego Giving Birth to a Critique?   [PDF] 374-378
Sýkora, P. Why There is No Need for an Unconditional Protection of Every Human Zygote   [PDF] 804-816

Anniversaries

Chabada, M. Entrenching Ethics in Natural Law in Ian Duns Scotus [Abstract] [PDF] 240-251
Chabada, M. Complementarity of Metaphysics and Theology in John Duns Scotus [Abstract] [PDF] 433-443
Sitár, M. Does Theology Meet the Aristotelian Standards of a Theoretical Science? A Dispute between Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus [Abstract] [PDF] 444-457
Escoubas, É. On the Anthropology of the Visual. M. Merleau-Ponty and H. Jonas [Abstract] [PDF] 480-487
Krištofová, L. „The Second Sex“ and S. de Beauvoir’s Contribution to the Discussion of Corporeality and Sexuality [Abstract] [PDF] 488-498
Mendelová, L. „The Other among the Others“ as a Permanent Challenge to a Cross-Cultural Dialogue. S. de Beauvoir in the Context of Feminist Epistemologies [Abstract] [PDF] 499-508
Smreková, D. Morals on the Background of Ambiguity [Abstract] [PDF] 509-519
Gluchman, V. The Philosophy (Ethics) of Life of Martin Rázus [Abstract] [PDF] 901-913

Philosophy in the School Desk

Buraj, I. Towards Some Characteristics of the Ancient Political Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 270-280

Young Philosophy

Sedlár, I. Do the Names of Natural Species Have Connotations? [Abstract] [PDF] 297-300
Dolák, A. Tractatus: The Conception of Natural Laws [Abstract] [PDF] 301-304
Bartoš, Vít What Is Meaning? [Abstract] [PDF] 305-310
Kolárová, A. Philosophy Solving the Problem of American Exceptionalism: The Case of Richard Rorty [Abstract] [PDF] 311-317
Timko, M. Interdisciplinary Approach and Evolutionary Ontology [Abstract] [PDF] 318-323
Roman, D. An Encounter with V. E. Frankl [Abstract] [PDF] 324-327

Orientations

Luft, S. Subject As a Moral Person. Towards Husserl’s Late Reflections on the Concept of Person   [PDF] 365-373
Kačerauskas, T. Bodiness and the Living World [Abstract] [PDF] 625-634
Benoist, A. The Ideology of Liberalism: A Critique   [PDF] 817-829

Interviews

Problems and Prospects of the Feminist Researches. An Interview with Herta Nagl-Docekal   [PDF] 529-534
The Second and/versus the Other. Simone de Beauvoir and Luce Irigaray: An Imaginary Conversation   [PDF] 535-543
Image, Subject, Power. An Interview with Marie-José Mondzain   [PDF] 635-647

From the Archives

Hrušovský, I. Monologues and Dialogues II (A Selection)   [PDF] 921-934