Content of Volume


Marcelli, M. Foucault as a Historian [Abstract] [PDF] 1-13
Fišerová, M. Meta-Representation. Michel Foucault and Semantic Violence of Structuralism [Abstract] [PDF] 14-24
Charvát, M. Archeology as Symptomatology: Michel Foucault and the Depths of Language [Abstract] [PDF] 25-37
Černý, V. Resemblance and Wealth: Foucault’s Archeology versus Photographic Discourse [Abstract] [PDF] 38-49
Goldschmit, M. A Different Sign: Outside the Double Archeological Game of Michel Foucault [Abstract] [PDF] 50-59
Zaccarello, B. The Courage of Truth: Philosophy as Making Statements [Abstract] [PDF] 60-69
Suvák, V. Socratian Therapeia: Antisthenes on Wisdom [Abstract] [PDF] 85-95
Škvrnda, F. Was Antisthenes a Pythagorean? [Abstract] [PDF] 96-106
Zelinová, Z. Cynic Paideia or Antisthenes between Odysseus and Socrates [Abstract] [PDF] 107-118
Kalaš, A. Diogenes’ Attitude to Human Sexuality: Hedonism or Asceticism? [Abstract] [PDF] 119-130
Cepko, J. „Everything Belongs to the Wise“: A Blasphemy or a Utopia? [Abstract] [PDF] 131-140
Nový, M. On the Reception of Adorno’s Method in Recent Forms of Critical Theory [Abstract] [PDF] 173-185
Hohoš, L. The Philosophy of History without Historical Necessity (?) [Abstract] [PDF] 186-196
Chung, H. Psychological Egoism and Hobbes [Abstract] [PDF] 197-208
Hajko, D. Wilmon Henry Sheldon and His “Synthesis of Philosophies” [Abstract] [PDF] 209-219
Kosterec, M. Methods of Conceptual Analysis [Abstract] [PDF] 220-230
Petkanič, M. Foundations of Kierkegaard’s Apolitical Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 257-269
Marek, J. Kierkegaard’s Apolitical Politics or How to Give the Emperor what Belongs to the Emperor, and God what Belongs to God [Abstract] [PDF] 270-281
Šajda, P. Four Models of Social Involvement in Kierkegaard’s The Single Individual [Abstract] [PDF] 282-291
Thonhauser, G. Social Philosophy in Being and Time with Special Attention Paid to Kierkegaard’s Role [Abstract] [PDF] 292-303
Bizoň, M. Buber’s Question to the Single One [Abstract] [PDF] 304-315
Barker, J. Epic or Tragedy? Karl Marx and Poetic Form in The Communist Manifesto [Abstract] [PDF] 316-327
Kubok, D. Parmenides’ Methodological Criticism and the Problem of Phronesis [Abstract] [PDF] 345-356
Suvák, V. Socratic Therapeia: Platoʼs Charmides 153a-158d [Abstract] [PDF] 357-368
Wollner, U. Opposition Sophrosyne – Phronesis in Plato’s Callicles [Abstract] [PDF] 369-378
Chovanková, A. On the Distinction between Knowledge and True Opinion (Theaet. 201a-c) [Abstract] [PDF] 379-388
Boháček, K. Phronesis and Free Decision [Abstract] [PDF] 389-400
Fraňo, P. Prudentia in the Writings of Marcus Tullius Cicero [Abstract] [PDF] 401-409
Zouhar, M. Conceptual Analysis in Analytical Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 410-424
Sisáková, O. The Aesthetics of Existence: A Sort of Art, or the Ethos of Individual Life? [Abstract] [PDF] 437-449
Fišerová, M. Signature’s Aporia: Repeating the Unrepeatable in Derrida and De- leuze [Abstract] [PDF] 450-461
Slováček, P. Thomas Aquinas’ Metaphysics of Human Being: Human Being as the Middle Component of the Creation Hierarchy [Abstract] [PDF] 462-473
Varga, J. Walter Burley’s Propositional Semantics [Abstract] [PDF] 474-486
Scala, A. Sport and Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 541-549
Janoušek, H. Passions and Personality as a Condition of Philosophy in Hume’s Treatise [Abstract] [PDF] 550-561
Vydrová, J. The Presence of Man. Anthropological Approach of Helmuth Plessner [Abstract] [PDF] 562-571
Urban, P. Edith Stein’s Differentiating between Man and Woman: A Phenome- nological Perspective [Abstract] [PDF] 572-582
Černý, J. The Aporia of Political Action in Hannah Arendt [Abstract] [PDF] 583-594
Karul, R. Contemporary Art on the Way to Post-post? Modesty, Triviality and Non-Grandiosity in André Stanguennec’s Vision of Art [Abstract] [PDF] 595-607
Kaiser, B. Laughing and Alterities. On the Movement of Alterity in the Philosophies of Laughter [Abstract] [PDF] 608-616
Gahér, F. Method as Procedure [Abstract] [PDF] 629-643
Miloš Taliga Is Popper’s Falsifiability the Demarcation Criterion? [Abstract] [PDF] 644-655
Schmidt, M. Inscrutability of Reference, and Persistence [Abstract] [PDF] 656-668
Sedová, T. Towards the Cognitive Strategy in Social Cognition: Between Interpretivism and Naturalism [Abstract] [PDF] 669-679
Mihina, F. Moritz Schlick, the Vienna Scientism, and New Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 680-695
Chabada, M. Internalist Features of the Conception of Intuitive Cognition according to Duns Scotus [Abstract] [PDF] 721-732
Greif, A. Skeptical Intuitions [Abstract] [PDF] 733-745
Maco, R. Intuition in Mathematics [Abstract] [PDF] 746-758
Démuth, A. Three Mathematical Approaches to Beauty: A Historical Perspective [Abstract] [PDF] 759-770
Halas, J. Marx and Weber on the Method of Abstraction (I) [Abstract] [PDF] 771-778
Di Piazza, S. The Uncertainty of Medicine: Galen on the Notion of τέχνη στοχαστική [Abstract] [PDF] 779-790
Gluchman, V. The Care of the Self and Others or The Art of Life according to J. S. Mill [Abstract] [PDF] 791-802
Halas, J. Marx and Weber on the Method of Abstraction (II) [Abstract] [PDF] 809-820
Slováček, P. Carl Schmitt’s Theory of the Political and Its Anthropological and Theological Preconditions [Abstract] [PDF] 821-831
Zágoršeková, M.B. Culture as Superstructure in the Works of Igor Hrušovský [Abstract] [PDF] 832-844
Mészáros, O. Hegel in Hungarian and Slovak Philosophy of the 19th Century [Abstract] [PDF] 845-857
Doyle, T. Nietzsche and the Reciprocal Relationship between Art and Science: A Question of Philosophical Methodology [Abstract] [PDF] 858-868


Prášil, J. Marcelli, M.: Place, Time, Rhythm (in Slovak)   [PDF] 70-73
Sluková, T. Fišerová, M.: Image and Power. Interviews with French Thinkers (in Czech)   [PDF] 73-76
Zelinová, Z. Suvák, V.: Antisthenica Cynica Socratica (multilingual ed.)   [PDF] 164-166
Chovanková, A. Collobert, C. – Destrée, P. – Gonzalez, F. J. (eds.): Plato and the Myth. Studies on the Use and Status of Platonic Myths (in English)   [PDF] 166-168
Mihina, F. Višňovský, E.: Richard Rorty and the Mirror of Philosophy (in Slovak)   [PDF] 168-171
Plašienková, Z. Münz, T.: The Way to Reality without Metaphysics. Together with Nietzsche and against Him (in Slovak)   [PDF] 246-248
Steiger, P. Kováč, L.: Closing Human Evolution: Life in the Ultimate Age (in English)   [PDF] 248-251
Nežinská, E. Kováč, L.: Closing Human Evolution: Life in the Ultimate Age (in English)   [PDF] 251-255
Babičová, M. Stewart, J. (ed.): Kierkegaard’s Influence on Social-Political Thought (in English)   [PDF] 338-340
Lysý, J. Liessmann, K. P.: Witching Hour. The Practice of Ignorance. A Polemical Writing (in Czech)   [PDF] 341-343
Porubjak, M. Labuda, P.: Introduction to Ancient Philosophy I. Origins and Development of Early Greek Philosophy (in Slovak)   [PDF] 431-433
Fraňo, P. Garani, M. - Konstan, D.: The Philosophizing Muse: The Influence of Greek Philosophy on Roman Poetry   [PDF] 433-435
Volek, P. Sousedík, S.: Cosmological Argument of God’s Existence in Life and Thinking (in Czech)   [PDF] 533-536
Brenišin, J. Laumakis, J. A.: The Font of Life (Fons vitae) By Solomon Ibn Gabirol (Avicebron) (in English)   [PDF] 536-539
Maco, R. Kanichová, R.: German Philosophical Terminology. A structural-Functional Analysis (in Slovak)   [PDF] 617-621
Bilasová, V. Gluchman, V. (ed.): Morality: Reasoning on Different Approaches (in English)   [PDF] 622-624
Gáliková, S. Marvan, T., Polák, M.: Consciousness and Consciousness Theory (in Czech)   [PDF] 716-719
Pichler, T. Ihringová, K. et al.: Cultural Variances by Milan Hamada (bilingual Slovak – English edition)   [PDF] 803-805
Nežinská, E. Novosád, F.: What? How? Why? Social Theory: Questions and Answers (in Slovak)   [PDF] 806-808
Škvrnda, F. Flachbartová, L.: Diogenian Cynicism as a Way of Life (in Slovak)   [PDF] 898-900
Kleyman, M. Žalec, B.: Genocide, Totalitarianism and Multiculturalism: Perspectives in the Light of Solidary Personalism (in English)   [PDF] 901-903

Scientific Events

Karol Kollár Teodor Münz Celebrates His 90th Birthday   [PDF] 77-79
Čupková, L. The 5th Slovak Philosophical Congress (Meta)philosophy – Practice. A report   [PDF] 79-81
Smorada, M. Social Conflicts: The West and Its Alternatives. A report from the conference   [PDF] 82-83
Zozuľak, J. Byzantine Philosophical and Cultural Initiative and Its Influence on the Composition of Modern Europe’s Image: A Report from a Conference   [PDF] 904-905

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Dión z Prúsy Diogenes or On Virtue   [PDF] 141-152
Gorgias Encomium of Helen   [PDF] 425-430
Bonaventura Has Been the World Produced from Eternity, or in Time?   [PDF] 494-502


Maglione, M. Diogenes: The Dog Looking (in Himself) for a Human Being [Abstract] [PDF] 153-163
Daneš, J. The Use and Abuse of Ideology in the Study of Athenian Democracy and Tragedy [Abstract] [PDF] 503-513
Čengeri, M. Kant and Anthropology as a Vade-mecum of a Cosmopolitan [Abstract] [PDF] 514-524
Karol Kollár Selected Problems of the Recent History of Slovak Philosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 881-891


Hrabovský, M. Seductive Face of Inhumanity [Abstract] [PDF] 231-239
Nun Stewart, K. Kierkegaard’s Appreciation of Thomasine Gyllembourg’s Everyday Stories and Two Ages [Abstract] [PDF] 328-337
Sucharek, P. A Total Image: Praise of Thinking [Abstract] [PDF] 487-493
Jančovič, I. Interpretivism and Literary Science [Abstract] [PDF] 696-707
Nežinská, E. E. Višňovský’s Book 'Richard Rorty and the Mirror of Philosophy' [Abstract] [PDF] 708-715
Muránsky, M. On the Freedom to See the World Differently [Abstract] [PDF] 869-880


Plašienková, Z. On Reality and Metaphysic. An Interview with Teodor Münz   [PDF] 240-245
Vydrová, J. Continuous Searching. On the Phenomenology in Russia. An Interview with Natalia Artemenko   [PDF] 525-532
Suvák, V. - Neubauer, Z. One Question, One Answer. An Interview with Zdeněk Neubauer   [PDF] 892-897
Münz, T. Karol Nandrásky (2. 12. 1927 − 11. 7. 2016)   [PDF] 625-627
Bakoš, O. Jaroslav Hroch (6. 5. 1947 − 17. 6. 2016)   [PDF] 627