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1. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Josef Petrželka Editorial
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2. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Matěj Troup Matěj Troup
Legitimita aristotelské inspirace v současné filozofii přátelství
Legitimacy of Aristotelian Inspirations in Contemporary Philosophy of Friendship

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The starting point of the article is that the contemporary English written philosophy of friendship is strongly inspired by Aristotelian theory of friendship and considers this theory as the most influential among ancient theories. The starting point is illustrated in the first part of the article by general and specific examples.Second and main part aims to examine justification of such a primacy of Aristotle’s inspirationsin contemporary philosophy of friendship. The verification is performed through comparison of qualities of Aristotle´s theory and theories of other ancient philosophers – Plato, Cicero and Plutarch.
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3. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Jakub Mácha Jakub Mácha
Analytické teorie metafory: I. Počátky interakční teorie u I. A. Richardse
Analytic Theories of Metaphor

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4. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Martin Nuhlíček Martin Nuhlíček
Vzťah pravdy a zdôvodnenia v teórii poznania
The Relation of Truth and Justification in the Theory of Knowledge

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5. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Tomáš Korda Tomáš Korda
Jaderná energie a environmentální krize
Nuclear power and environmental crisis

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Hana Řehulková Hana Řehulková
Masarykova Univerzita Masarykova
Masaryk’s Masaryk University

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rozhledy – recenze – rozhovory / views – reviews – interviews
7. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Ivana Holzbachová Zygmunt Baumann – Leonidas Donskis, Tekuté zlo; život bez alternativ
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Ivana Holzbachová Francis Fukuyama, Identita: Volání po důstojnosti a politika resentimentu
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Josef Petrželka Josef Petrželka
Filosofie jako archeologie?
Philosophy as Archeology?

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10. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 67 > Issue: 1
Josef Petrželka Josef Petrželka
Rozhovor s Pavlem Maternou
Interview with Pavel Materna

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11. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 2
Josef Petrželka Editorial
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12. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 2
Zlatica Plašienkova, Oksana Slobodian Zlatica Plašienkova
Some ethical-religious views of Nikolai O. Lossky and Eugene V. Spektorsky (searching for thought parallels)
Niektoré eticko-náboženské názory Nikolaja O. Losského a Jevgenija V. Spektorského (hľadaní myšlienkových paralel)

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Two famous Russian thinkers Nikolai O. Lossky (1870–1965) and E. Vasilievich Spektorsky (1875–1951) had a lot in common: both were talented intellectuals, lecturers and authors of many works on philosophy, history of philosophy, culture, politics and literature; both had to leave Russia and settle down abroad, and continue academic and creative activities in foreign environments. All these factors contributed to their friendly and intellectual communication which we want to pay attention to in this article. The purpose of the article is to demonstrate similarities in how Lossky and Spektorsky formulated and addressed ethical issues on the grounding of Christianity and Christian-based philosophy. Thus, we have chosen several aspects of their ethical systems which are crucial for understanding the way of their moral thinking and which are representative in terms of comparison of these two authors: general philosophical positions, grounding ethics in Christianity, absolute basis of ethics and the way it can be cognized, human freedom, motives and goals of moral behavior, and moral evolution and the perspectives of humanity.
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13. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 2
Tomaš Měšťanek Tomaš Měšťanek
Filozofie na gymnaziu
Philosophy in High School

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14. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 2
Josef Petrželka Josef Petrželka
Jak se kresli (neexistujici) zlo
How to draw (non-existent) evil

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15. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 2
Jiři Gabriel Miloš Dokulil, Kristus Ježíš, anebo Ježíš Kristus?
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Jiři Gabriel Dvě knihy o Olegu Susovi
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Josef Petrželka Rozhovor s Janou Nechutovou a Janem Zouharem
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18. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 1
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19. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 1
Andrej Kalaš Andrej Kalaš
The Problem of Truth, Happiness and Self-Refutation in the Philosophical Viewpoint of the World by Pyrrho of Elis
Problém pravdy, blaženosti a sebavyvrátenia vo filozofickom pohľade na svet u Pyrrhóna z Elidy

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This paper attempts to explore the concept of truth, human happiness and the related prob­lem of self-refutation in the philosophical viewpoint of the world by Pyrrho of Elis. I argue that according to the so-called metaphysical interpretation of Pyrrho, the reason for our radical incompetence when it comes to knowledge is not our cognitive inability to grasp the truth, but rather the very nature of things of the world. I provide an alternative philosophical interpretation which is based on a philological conjecture in the preserved textual source. I then point out a surprising connection between this radical attitude and the achievement of human happiness, which constitutes the ultimate goal of Pyrrho’s philosophy. Finally, I pres­ent a possible solution to the problem of self-refutation, which is in a sense a challenge for radical Pyrrhonian agnosticism. By this paper, I endeavour to show how bizarre could be the image of the world viewed by the prism of radical skepticism of the early Pyrrhonism. Nev­ertheless, it is a world, wherein the philosopher vindicates his/her eudaimonia and defends the logical consistency of one’s own claims.
20. Studia Philosophica: Volume > 66 > Issue: 1
Tomáš Korda Tomáš Korda
Návrh intepretace konce dějin u Hegela
An Outline of the Interpretation of Hegel’s End of History

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Tato stať je výrazně ovlivněna pronikavou intepretací Hegelovy Fenomenologie ducha, kte­rou pod titulem Hegelova fenomenologie světa předložila Tereza Matějčková. Stať vychází z otázky, co z hlediska časovosti dělá duch, který nahlíží rozum působící v dějinách, když tento rozum nahlíží jakožto věčně působící princip (motor) dějin. Duch nevyhnutelně zaují­má perspektivu konce dějin. Tuto perspektivu ale neinterpretuji jako pokus vystoupit z dějin, popírat jejich časovost či přehlížet právě probíhající přítomné dění. Neboť právě „nynějšek“ má duch poznat tak, že v něm kulminuje věčně působící rozum. Z hlediska konce dějin či věč­nosti duch v přítomném poznává to věčně přítomné (totiž Rozum). K objasnění perspektivy konce dějin ji jednak krátce kontrastuji s Nietzscheho a Kantovým náhledem na konec dějin a jednak ji navrhuji připodobnit k „andělu dějin“, kterého viděl Walter Benjamin na obraze Angelus Novus a který zděšen z přítomného couvá zády k budoucnosti.