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1. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Bożena Czernecka-Rej Bożena Czernecka-Rej
Czym jest pluralizm logiczny?: (stanowisko J.C. Bealla i Grega Restalla)
What Is Logical Pluralism?

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2. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Jacek Jarocki Jacek Jarocki
Davida Chalmersa argument z logicznej możliwości istnienia zombi
David Chalmers’ Argument for the Logical Possibility of Zombies

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3. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Tomasz Mróz Tomasz Mróz
Radiowa adaptacja Platoskich dialogów w przekńadzie W. Witwickiego i jej recepcja na seminarium filozoficznym H. Jakubanisa w KUL
Radio Adaptation of the Plato’s Dialogues’ Translated by W. Witwicki and Its Reception at H. Jakubanis’ Philosophical Seminar in the Catholic University of Lublin

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4. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Dariusz Sagan Dariusz Sagan
Naturalizm metodologiczny – konieczny warunek naukowości?
Methodological Naturalism—a Necessary Condition of Science?

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5. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Joanna Klara Teske Joanna Klara Teske
Moral Commitment of the Realistic, Modernist and Postmodern Novel
O moralnym zaangażowaniu powieści realistycznej, modernistycznej i postmodernistycznej

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The present paper discusses moral ideas expressed in the contemporary novel of the realistic, modernist and postmodern conventions. More precisely, it tries to define how the poetics of a given convention determines the novel’s ethical thought. It is argued that both the modernist and postmodern fiction, which are often perceived as amoral or relativist, are morally committed, though perhaps not as much as the realistic convention. The shape of this moral commitment is consistent with the dominant of each convention (epistemological in modernism and ontological in postmodernism). These theoretical considerations are subsequently illustrated with three case studies of Virginia Woolf’s novels (each of which represents a different convention). Throughout the whole essay the emphasis falls on the meaning of the novelistic form, i.e. on the way that the novel’s form conveys the novel’s interpretation of reality.
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6. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Ted A. Warfield, Małgorzata Polanowska, Marcin Iwanicki Ted A. Warfield
Ockhamizm a molinizm: przedwiedza i proroctwo
Ockhamism and Molinism

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7. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 1
Jolanta Prochowicz Not for Profit. Why Democracy Needs the Humanities
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