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first world congress of universalism
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Janusz Kuczyński Dialogue - Solidarity - Covenant - Synergy
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Venant Cauchy The Universal and the Particular Reflections on the Future
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Jan Szczepański Florian Znaniecki's Concept of a Humanist All-mankind Civilization
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Michael H. Mitias Universalism and the Meaning of History
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universalism and global transformation
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Brian Locke The Global Framework Into Which the Solution of the Middle East Problem Fits
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The Club of Rome: The Mission
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The Club of Rome: The Declaration of Hannover
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Zdzisław L. Sadowski Development, Universalism and Systemic Change in Central Europe
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An unsolved contradiction exists between the universal zest for economic growth and the menace to the future of mankind which results from it. It cannot be solved as long as human thinking is focussed on short-term issues. The global predicament of humanity calls for imiversal solutions. There is an urgent need to overcome all kinds of political and ideological Manicheism in order to arrive at universal understanding of the real problems of mankind. The present experience of Coitral European countries which find themselves in a unique historical situation of transforming their economic, social and political systems in the conditions of global predicament offers observations of relevance for the universal solutions.
love and beauty
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Albert A. Anderson Universal Love
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Piotr Jaroszyński Kalokagathia
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To understand the meaning of kalokagathia one must take into account not the contemporary but the Greek theories of beauty and the good. Beauty in the Greek tradition had at least three significations: as an end in itself, as harmony, and what pleases as seen. The so conceived beauty comes to a very close relation with the moral goodness, especially with bonum honestum.Bonum honestum is also an end in itself, and, when other moral values are properly related to it, there is a harmony on the personal as well as on the social level. And finally, the moral goodness is something to be admired (it pleases as seen). The concept of kalokagathia, then, was at the core of morality, education and culture. It is too precious a pearl to be forgotten.
john paul ii and contemporary christianity
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Maciej Zięba, OP Two or Even Three Liberalisms
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universalism and practice
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Janusz Kuczyński Postmodern Business, Complexity and Universal Society
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universal meaning of the warsaw uprising of 1944
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The Editor Gloria Victis
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Aleksander Gieysztor The Warsaw Uprising in the Europe of 1944
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Wieńczyslaw J. Wagner Reflections on the Warsaw Uprising
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isu news bulletin
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Józef Krakowiak A Truly Universal Congress
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The ISU Work Plan for 1994--95, Prior to the Second World Congress of Universalism
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The International Forum of Dialogue and Universalism
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On Contributors
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