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Fragments from the Year-Book Philosophica slovaca

(Original title: Fragmenty z histórie Philosophica slovaca)
Filozofia, 2004, vol. 59, No 10, pp. 707-714.
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Abstract

An inseparable part of the history of the philosophical thought in Slovakia is also a short term existence of the year-book Philosophica slovaca. A scientific periodical published by the Institute of Philosophy, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, appeared for the first time in 1946, as the second Slovak philosophical periodical in a short period between two totalitarian regimes. Characteristic for this short intermediate period (1946 – 1948) was the comeback and development of the principle of plurality and liberalism, making the existence of various streams and tendencies od theoretical activity possible. The history of Philosophica slovaca gives us an example how a violent enforcing of totalitarianism can inhibit the creative thought in humanities and especially in philosophy.

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