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Dialogue and Universalism

Volume 5, Issue 1, 1995
Selected Contributions to the 6th ISU Symposium

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Janusz Kuczyński, Jan Szczepańki Editorial
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selected contributions to the 6th isu symposium, london, march 15-18, 1994
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Leszek Kołakowski Introductory Remarks
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John Dunn Political and Economical Obstacles to Rapid Collective Learning
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Brian Locke Technology Beyond the Limits: What Can We Do? What Now?
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Albert A. Anderson Universal Justice and Ecological Crisis
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Ryszard Ochwat Prevention of Ecological Dangers as discussed in the Polish Senate
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Aubrey Rose Biblical Roots of Ecology and Modem Applications
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John G. McGraw The Proto-Ecophilosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche
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This paper sketches the relationship of Nietzsche's "Lebensphilosophie," panpsychism, animism, proto-existentialism and naturalism to contemporary ecologism/ecology. It considers his assaults on the metaphysical, epistemological and ethical foundations of anti-ecophilosophy. It connects some of his central doctrines, including self-overcoming, the will to power, "amor fati" and "fierism" (the metaphysics of becoming) to his proto-ecophilosophy and explores three kinds of nihilism which are particularly hostile to it. Finally, it notes Nietzsche's applied ecology-concems, including conservationism, preservationism and pollution.
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HRH Crown Prince Hassan Philosophy and the Social Sciences Confronting Ecological Disaster
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John F. Quinn Anthropocentric Modernism and the Search for a Universal Environmental Philosophy
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Errol E. Harris World Government and Universalism
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Jan Jasion The Macrocosm and the Microcosm of Universalism
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A Note on the London Symposium
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proposals for a general discussion
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Michael H. Mitias Universalism and the Meaning of History: Significance of the Question of Meaning
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profiles
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J. Jasion Sir Sigmund Sternberg
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universalism in practical applications
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Editors Universities — "Universitas" — Universalism
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Ettore Gelpi New Concept of Development of, by and for the Community in a Changing Democracy?
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Janusz Kuczyński Universalism and Lifelong Education as Ways of Evolving Democracies and Communities into a Universal Society and Universal Civilization
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An Appeal for Improving the Situation of the World
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isu news bulletin
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The Second World Congress of Universalism (Second Circular)
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