Content of Volume


Bielik, L. Evidence in Semantics [Abstract] [PDF] 1-14
Glavaničová, D. Definitions from the Perspective of Hyperintensional Semantics [Abstract] [PDF] 15-23
Gráfová, L. The Ethics of Using Smart Drugs in the Context of MacIntyre’s Ethics of Virtues [Abstract] [PDF] 24-30
Keck, F. Dissolution of Subject and Ecological Catastrophe in Lévi-Strauss [Abstract] [PDF] 31-45
Bierhanzl, J. Labor and Work. Levinas, Arendt and Marxism [Abstract] [PDF] 46-53
Stewart, J. Hegel and the Egyptian Religion as a Mystery or Enigma: The Inner and the Outer [Abstract] [PDF] 54-63
Suvák, V. The Art of Living between Socrates and Epictetus [Abstract] [PDF] 81-91
Cepko, J. Crates’ Cynic Utopia [Abstract] [PDF] 92-102
Wollner, U. Achilles: Socrates’ Role Model? (Apol. 28b3-d6) [Abstract] [PDF] 103-113
Kalaš, A. Philosophical Aspects of Horatiusʼ Work [Abstract] [PDF] 114-127
Škvrnda, F. Diogenes and Plato [Abstract] [PDF] 128-139
Raclavský, J. Models of Language in Synchronic and Diachronic Sense [Abstract] [PDF] 140-153
Hrkút, J. Is the Distinction between Two Kinds of “Christian Philosophy” Meaningful? [Abstract] [PDF] 162-172
Labuda, P. Eleonore Stump’s Problematic Normative Definition of the Relationship between Philosophy and Theology [Abstract] [PDF] 173-180
Nemec, R. Some Views on “Homo Interior” in Selected Writings of Augustine of Hippo [Abstract] [PDF] 181-191
Karaba, M. The Application of Some Scientific Methodologies to the Questions of Religious Knowledge [Abstract] [PDF] 192-203
Grassi, M. The Loving Creativity of Law. An Essay on Paul Ricœur’s Herme- neutical Ethics [Abstract] [PDF] 204-214
Hanzel, I. Definitions and Defining in Newton’s Principia: An Attempt at a Methodological Analysis [Abstract] [PDF] 245-258
Puc, J. How does Novelty Arise? Institution and Transcendence [Abstract] [PDF] 259-270
Scala, A. Light and Colour [Abstract] [PDF] 271-282
Sivák, J. Towards the Phenomenology of Culture: Tymieniecka versus Husserl [Abstract] [PDF] 283-293
Országh, L. On Charles S. Peirce’s Economy of Research [Abstract] [PDF] 294-305
Blecha, I. The Technology, Building and Dwelling in Martin Heidegger and José Ortega y Gasset [Abstract] [PDF] 333-346
Capobianco, R. Heidegger on Pindar’s “Gold” and Heraclitus’s “Kosmos” as Being Itself [Abstract] [PDF] 347-356
Leško, V. Heidegger and Parmenides [Abstract] [PDF] 357-370
Jusko, Š. Values in Heidegger and Nietzsche [Abstract] [PDF] 371-380
Zach, M. Scientific Realism as Spiritual Cultivation [Abstract] [PDF] 381-391
Sucharek, P. Reconciliation is not Forgiveness. Praise of Forgiveness [Abstract] [PDF] 417-428
Suvák, V. The Courage of Truth: Foucault and the Cynics [Abstract] [PDF] 429-439
Popa, D. Sense and Creation: The Limits of Imagination [Abstract] [PDF] 440-450
Koubová, A. The Sacrifice and the Ludic Stances Reflected Through the Theatre Practice of the 20th Century [Abstract] [PDF] 451-462
Neština, M. Luther’s Differentiating between Philosophy and Theology from Logical and Semantic Perspectives [Abstract] [PDF] 463-474
Batka, Ľ. Libero Arbitrio and Ratio in Luther’s Theological Antropology [Abstract] [PDF] 475-486
Lambert, G. Derrida’s “Philopolemology” [Abstract] [PDF] 505-514
Fišerová, M. Deconstruction „is no“ Critique [Abstract] [PDF] 515-526
Charvát, M. Justice, Deconstruction and Différance: About Bestiality and State [Abstract] [PDF] 527-536
Kramoliš, O. Antisthenes’ “Natural Economy“. Enkrateia and Hedone Seen through the Lens of Rational Choice [Abstract] [PDF] 537-547
Holub, G. Human Enhancement and the Question of Human Beings [Abstract] [PDF] 548-556
Glavaničová, D. The Explication of Modal Concepts [Abstract] [PDF] 557-566
Taliga, M. Falsification and the Paradox of Inference [Abstract] [PDF] 593-602
Zouhar, M. The Fiction of Fictionalism [Abstract] [PDF] 603-615
Gahér, F. Deductive and Abductive Retrodictions and Predictions [Abstract] [PDF] 616-631
Sedová, T. Methodological Relevance of the Concept of Culture [Abstract] [PDF] 632-644
Bánovský, J. Direct Perception, Social Cognition and Interactive Turn [Abstract] [PDF] 645-655
Buraj, I. Three Possible Models of the Relationship between the Natural/Biological and the Political/Social [Abstract] [PDF] 685-697
Chabada, M. - Szapuová, M. Human Nature, Reason and Emotions: Thomas Aquinas and David Hume [Abstract] [PDF] 698-710
Halas, J. The Method of Explanation as a Sequence of Instructions [Abstract] [PDF] 711-723
Persijn, J.J. Badiou beyond Formalization? On the Ethics of the Subject [Abstract] [PDF] 724-735
Tlolka, J. The Restless Liberalism of Alexis de Tocqueville [Abstract] [PDF] 736-747


Mičaninová, M. - Brenišin, J. Philosophy in the Islamic World. An interview with prof. Peter Adamson   [PDF] 64-67
Leško, V. Talking Engagingly about Engaging Heidegger. An Interview with Professor Richard Capobianco   [PDF] 397-408
Suvák, V. Philosophy as a Lived Experience. An Interview with Ágnes Heller   [PDF] 497-499


Gálik, S. Ströhl, A.: Vilém Flusser (1920 − 1991): Phenomenology of Communication (in Czech)   [PDF] 68-71
Mravcová, A. Manda, V., Sťahel, R., Pružinec, T.: Individual, Freedom and Property in the Early New Age Philosophy (in Slovak)   [PDF] 72-76
Zelinová, Z. Cepko, J., Kalaš, A., Suvák, V.: Diogenis Fragmenta Diogenove zlomky, Fontes Socraticorum II (in Slovak)   [PDF] 154-156
Chovanková, A. - Wollner, U. Jirsa, J., Thein, K., Jinek, J.: Polis and Psyche: Plato’s Practical Philosophy (in Czech)   [PDF] 156-159
Nosál, M. Šedík, M.: Philosophy of Art / Analytic Tradition (in Slovak)   [PDF] 238-240
Zeleňák, E. Borbone, G. − Brzechczyn, K. (eds.): Idealization XIV: Models in Science   [PDF] 241-243
Tolnaiová, S.Gáliková Deuze, M.: Media life (in Czech)   [PDF] 328-332
Hruška, D. Capobianco, R.: Heidegger’s Way of Being (in English)   [PDF] 409-412
Bajla, M. Denke r, A. – Heinz, M. – Sallis, J. – Vedder, B. – Zaborowski, H. (Hrsg.): Heidegger-Jahrbuch 2. Heidegger und Nietzsche (in German)   [PDF] 413-415
Manda, V. Kanda, R. et al..: The Autumn of Postmodernism. Theoretical Challenges of Our Times (in Czech)   [PDF] 500-502
Zelinová, Z. Flachbartová, L., Sisáková, O., Suvák, V.: The Care of the Self: Ancient Problematizations of Life and Contemporary Thinking (in Slovak)   [PDF] 503-504
Fišerová, M. Charvát, M.: Gilles Deleuze: Asignificant Semiotics (in Czech)   [PDF] 586-587
Lošťák, D. Charvát, M., Karľa, M., Švantner, M.: Archeology of Sign: Selected Studies on the History of Semiotics (in Czech)   [PDF] 588-589
Lysý, J. Suša, O., Hrubec, M. a kol.: Risk Society and Global Threat. The Critical Theory of Ulrich Beck (in Czech)   [PDF] 679-680
Majerník, J. Šajda, P.: Kierkegaard Renaissance. Philosophy, Religion, Politics (in Slovak)   [PDF] 681-683
Münz, T. Plašienková, Z., Bizoň, M.: The Normativity Anthropology in Pierrre Teilhard de Chardin and Martin Buber. Humans – Nature – God (in Slovak)   [PDF] 759-762
Karol Kollár Zozuľak, J.: Byzantine Philosophy (in Slovak)   [PDF] 763-765


Karol Kollár Ján Bodnár (18. 10. 1924 − 20. 12. 2016)   [PDF] 77-79
Hrkút, J. Introduction     161


Volek, P. Thomistic Version of Christian Philosophy in the Dialogue of Worldviews [Abstract] [PDF] 215-227

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Lullus, R. Disputation between Faith and Intellect (Disputatio fidei et intellectus). (Prologue and the 1st part)   [PDF] 228-237


Pavel Šaradín Considering Contemporary Democracy [Abstract] [PDF] 306-311

Discussions - Polemics

Mikušiak, M. Language and the Method of Metaphilosophy [Abstract] [PDF] 312-324
Edward, T.Rajivan A Solution to the Surprise Exam Paradox [Abstract] [PDF] 325-327
Sivák, J. Remarks upon One View of Husserl’s Phenomenology   [PDF] 392-396
Cmorej, P. How Concepts Develop (I) [Abstract] [PDF] 567-580
Peregrin, J. Vexing can be Cultivation. But does it then Cease to be Vexing? [Abstract] [PDF] 581-585
Cmorej, P. How Concepts Develop (II) [Abstract] [PDF] 656-667

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Flachbartová, L. From the Socratics to the Socratic Schools [Abstract] [PDF] 487-496

Scientific Events

Malinovská, Z. XXVIth French Summer School   [PDF] 590-591


Cepková Feješová, Z. The Methodological Basis of Social Constructivism: S. J. Schmidt [Abstract] [PDF] 668-678
Smoczynski, R. The Totemic Function of the Contemporary Polish Post-Noble Milieu [Abstract] [PDF] 748-758


Gahér, F. Václav Černík (7. 5. 1931 – 13. 10. 2017)   [PDF] 766-767
Popa, D. Approaching the Subject [Abstract] [PDF] 769-778
Scala, A. Michel Foucault’s Plebeian Ontology [Abstract] [PDF] 779-788
Šajda, P. On the Epistemological Advantage of the Vanquished: C. Schmitt and R. Koselleck [Abstract] [PDF] 789-799
Muránsky, M. The Undecidable Problem of Universalism in Tugendhat’s Anthropology [Abstract] [PDF] 800-812
Lipták, M. Towards the Phenomenology of Art Criticism [Abstract] [PDF] 813-824
Vandenabeele, B. Touching Matter in Art: Towards a ‘Matterist’ Aesthetic with Fra Angelico, Vermeer, Lucebert, De Bruyckere, and Moreau [Abstract] [PDF] 825-833
Karol Kollár Some Interdisciplinary Aspects in the Research of „Štúrian Problematics“ [Abstract] [PDF] 834-843
Gálik, S. Carr, N.: The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains (Czech translation)   [PDF] 844-847
Zouhar, J.   [PDF] 847-849
Chabada, M.   [PDF] 850-851