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1. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 13 > Issue: 4
Janusz Kostrzewski Janusz Kostrzewski
The Dynamics of Intellectual and Social Development in Down’s Disease: Results of Experimental Investigations
Dynamika Rozwoju Intelektualnego i Społecznego w Chorobie L. Downa

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2. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 15 > Issue: 1
Bohdan Bejze Bohdan Bejze
Somme actual problems of the Research on the Philosophy of God
Somme actual problems of the Research on the Philosophy of God

3. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 27 > Issue: 1
Przemysław Mroczkowski Przemysław Mroczkowski
J. H. Newman’s The Idea of A University: Outmoded or Topical?
Czy Newmana Koncepcja Uniwersytetu jest przebrzmiała?

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4. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 31 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
The Probable Ways of the Synthesis of Porphyrin Compounds during Chemical Evolution
Prawdopodobne drogi syntezy związkow porfirynowych podczas ewolucji chemicznej

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5. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 31 > Issue: 3
Józef Zon Józef Zon
Electronic Conductivity in Biological Membranes
Elektronowe przewodnictwo w błonach biologicznych

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6. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 33 > Issue: 3
Józef Turek Józef Turek
Georges Lemaître’s Contribution to the Formation of the Dynamic View of the Universe
Wkład Jerzego Lemaitre’a w kształtowanie się dynamicznej wizji Wszechświata

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7. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 34 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
Silicon Porphyrins in the Living Organisms
Możliwość występowania krzemoporfiryn w organizmach żywych /streszcz./

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The problem of the possible occurrence of silicon porphyrins in the living organisms has been put forward in the context of the hypothesis of siliceous life forms and the study of the molecular evolution of porphyrin systems. Some properties of the tetrapyrrole complexes of silicon as well as essential data and theories from domains of silicon biochemistry and paleobiochemistry have been reviewed.This has been a basis for doing some extrapolations and showing connections with bioelectronics, whereas some possible functions of hypothetical Si-porphyrins in biostructures, e.g. catalytic ones, have been shown. In the bioplasma concept, a possible use of Si-tetrapyrrole complexes as a model useful in the study of the plasma mechanism of enzymatic catalysis has been proposed, and a role of silicon analogues of chlorophyll-like compounds in primordial photosynthesis has been suggested.
8. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 34 > Issue: 3
Józef E. Zon Józef E. Zon
Bioelectronics: A Background Area for Biomicroelectronics in the Science of Bioelectricity
Bioelectronics

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Bioeleotronics is a branch of science of bioelectricity dealing with biological systems and life processes from the angle of either physical or applied electronics with an Im to describe the electronic properties of biosystems and to establish their role in physiological phenomena, including the coupling that exists between the biological systems and their environment. Quantum biochemistry, physics of biological solid stat e,and the studies in the dependence of organisms on the external factors which may be realized with the involvement of the electronic features of biostructures have been the three domains mainly contributing to the bioelectronic research. Because of the difficulties stemming from the complexity of organisms as well as from the lack of methodological and semantical studies, bio- electronics as a whole seems presently to be in a phase of slowing down its development. This does not hold true, however, as far as the development of biomicroe- lectronios a new subdomain in bioelectronics, is concerned. In fact, this biology-oriented counterpart of molecular electronics has been inherent in most of the bioelectronic studies since the very beginning of this discipline.
9. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 35/36 > Issue: 3
Marian Wnuk Marian Wnuk
Bioelectronic Aspect of Enzymatic Catalysis
Bioelektroniczny aspekt katalizy enzymatycznej

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10. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 47 > Issue: 2
Stanisław Wielgus Stanisław Wielgus
The Genesis and History of ius gentium in the Ancient World and the Middle Ages
Geneza i historia ius gentium w starożytności i w średniowieczu

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11. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 50 > Issue: 3
Dalia Marija Stanciene Dalia Marija Stanciene
Metaphysical Principles of Genesis
Metafizyczne zasady genezy

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12. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 50 > Issue: 3
Gintautas Vysniauskas Gintautas Vysniauskas
Potentiality as a Source of Becoming in Aristotelian Philosophy
Potencjalność jako ź ródło stawania się w filozofii Arystotelesa

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13. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 50 > Issue: 3
Jurate Morkuniene Jurate Morkuniene
Openness as a Social and Philosophical Task
Otwartość jako zadanie filozoficzne i społeczne

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14. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 50 > Issue: 3
Józef M. Życiński Józef M. Życiński
Metaphysical and Epistemplogical Presuppositions in Stephen Hawking’s Interpretation of the Creation of the Universe
Metafizyczne i epistemologiczne założenia w Stephena Hawkinga ujęciu kreacji wszechświata

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15. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 60 > Issue: 2
Adam Świeżyński Adam Świeżyński
The Concept of Miracle as an “Extraordinary Event”
Koncepcja cudu jako „zdarzenia niezwykłego”

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16. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 60 > Issue: 3
Jarosław Merecki Jarosław Merecki
Some Remarks on the Philosophy of Love in Dietrich von Hildebrand and Karol Wojtyla
Kilka uwag na temat filozofii miłości w ujęciu Dietricha von Hildebranda i Karola Wojtyły

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Tematem artykułu jest filozofia miłości rozwijana przez dwóch wybitnych fenomenologów wymienionych w tytule: Dietricha von Hildebranda i Karola Wojtyłę. Obydwaj korzystali w swoich badaniach z metody fenomenologicznej; celem artykułu jest pokazanie, że w obydwu wypadkach metoda ta prowadziła do podobnych rezultatów. Autor czyni to w trzech krokach. Po pierwsze, pokazuje, że miłość pojętą w sensie ogólnym obydwaj autorzy rozumieją jako odpowiedź na wartość osoby. W Lubelskiej Szkole Personalizmu zasada miłości została wyrażona w formule: persona est affirmanda propter seipsam, a treścią afirmacji, która jest należna osobie, jest miłość. W kategoriach von Hildebranda zasada ta wyrażona jest w sposób następujący: dobro osoby afirmowane jest poprzez obiektywne dobra dla osoby, które stanowią właściwą treść miłości. Po drugie, obydwaj autorzy wiele uwagi poświęcają tej specyficznej formie miłości, jaką jest miłość małżeńska. Podczas gdy mińość w sensie ogólnym stanowi odpowiedź na wyjątkową wartość osoby w stosunku do świata pozaosobowego, to miłość małżeńska jest odpowiedzią na wyjątkową wartość jednej osoby pośród wszystkich innych osób doświadczaną przez osobę płci przeciwnej. W tym sensie miłość małżeńska jest również specyficzną odpowiedzią na wartość. Po trzecie, doświadczenie miłości małżeńskiej pokazuje, że nie istnieje sprzeczność między wolnością a wzajemną przynależnością, co von Hildebrand wyraził w pojciu intentio unionis.
17. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 60 > Issue: 4
Kenneth W. Kemp “With Friends Like Those, Who Needs Enemies”: How Aggressive Atheism Impedes the Acceptance of Evolutionary Biology
18. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 60 > Issue: 4
Paweł Kawalec Paweł Kawalec
Moderately Pluralistic Methodology
Umiarkowanie pluralistyczna metodologia

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The paper outlines and discusses the major tenets of moderately pluralistic methodology. The latter is juxtaposed to J. Życiński’s principle of natural interdisciplinarity. It instantiates scientific pluralism as a domain-specific agenda for research. The symbolic and causal understanding are integrated in this methodological conception by means of a specific kind of counterfactual reasoning, which is coined the delimiting counterfactual. It makes the moderately pluralistic methodology applicable to non-experimental research.
19. 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.
20. Roczniki Filozoficzne: Volume > 61 > Issue: 4
Deborah Savage Deborah Savage
The Centrality of Lived Experience in Wojtyla’s Account of the Person
Fundamentalne znaczenie przeżycia w Karola Wojtyły ujęciu osoby

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The aim of this paper is to illuminate the centrality of lived experience in Karol Wojytla’s account of the person and identify its significance for philosophy and praxis in the contemporary period. Specifically the author intends to pursue the meaning of Wojtyla’s claim that “the category of lived experience must have a place in anthropology and ethics—and somehow be at the center of their respective interpretations.” The paper seeks to recover an important insight into the task of philosophy: according to Karol Wojtyla, if philosophy is to perform its essential function in the recovery of our culture, we have no choice but to turn our attention to the subjectivity of human persons—and this can only be done by taking up the somewhat risky challenge of studying the reality of lived human experience. The paper will analyze Wojtyla’s argument that the problem of human subjectivity is at the epicenter of debates about the human person and will argue that his solution reconciles the dilemma posed by the historical antinomies that have characterized anthropology and epistemology, viz., the “objective” or ontological view of the human being and the “subjectivism” often associated with the philosophy of consciousness, and their corollaries, realism and idealism.At least in the English speaking context, where the validity of individual experience has risen to the level of almost dogmatic significance for social and political life, Father Wojtyla’s claim appears either to have gone unnoticed or to have been rejected. And perhaps, at least on the surface, this is not without reason. The modern interest in human subjectivity is blamed for many contemporary maladies, including subjectivism, relativism and the pride of place now given to any individual point of view, no matter how ill informed. Claims about the existence of truth or an objective moral order often cannot find a foothold when confronted with the argument that such realities do not resonate with a particular individual’s personal “experience.” The priority given to subjective personal experience in determining what constitutes right thinking and moral human behavior, assuming that question is even asked, is now a commonplace assumption; it is something alternately deplored or celebrated both by intellectuals and the “man on the street.”Given this situation, that a philosopher of Father Wojtyla’s stature and obvious moral authority should make such an argument is a matter of critical importance, especially for those who seek to ground human action in objective moral norms in an era where an arguably flawed account of human subjectivity clearly has taken center stage. The paper shows that Wojtyla is not adverting to experience as an adjunct to moral relativism or personal preference as an approach to questions of the true and the good. On the contrary, the author shows that the philosopher Karol Wojtyla provides a way to remain grounded in the metaphysical and ontological categories that not only comprise our intellectual heritage, but refer to real and profound truths, while simultaneously accounting for the subjectivity and dynamism of the person. The paper concludes with an argument that this account provides a key hermeneutical device for understanding the enormous importance of the work of Pope John Paul II.